Methods, Techniques, Interpretations and Field Examples
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Preface Didier Wirth 11 Gardens for Archaeologists Amina-Aïcha Malek 13 Part I A Short History of Garden Archaeology Preamble What do Archaeologists Look for when Looking for Gardens? Amina-Aïcha Malek 21 Chapter 1 Garden Archaeology in Japan Kenkichi Ono & Amina-Aïcha Malek 25 Chapter 2 Wilhelmina F. Jashemski and the Gardens of the Roman Empire Amina-Aïcha Malek 41 Chapter 3 Christopher Taylor and British Garden Archaeology Amina-Aïcha Malek 59 Chapter 4 American Garden Archaeology and the Chesapeake Bay Amina-Aïcha Malek 73 Conclusion Amina-Aïcha Malek 93 6 Sourcebook for Garden Archaeology Part II Preliminary Questions and Investigations Chapter 1 Apprehending the Garden: Non-destructive Approaches to Detecting Gardens Kathryn L. Gleason & Mark P. Leone 97 Chapter 2 Geophysical Exploration of Gardens Bruce Bevan & Rinita Dalan 127 Chapter 3 Ground-penetrating Radar Exploration and Mapping Techniques for Garden Archaeology Lawrence B. Conyers 163 Part III Excavating the Garden: Bringing the Garden to Light Chapter 1 Special Considerations in Excavating a Garden Kathryn L. Gleason 197 Chapter 2 Detecting and Documenting Archaeological Features of a Garden through Excavation Kathryn L. Gleason 217 Chapter 3 Coordinating the Study of Environmental Remains in the Garden Soils Kathryn L. Gleason 257 Chapter 4 Synthesis & Interpretation: The Garden as a Built Environment Kathryn L. Gleason & Michele Palmer 277 Glossary Kathryn L. Gleason, Michele Palmer & John E. Foss 316 Sourcebook for Garden Archaeology 7 Part IV Biological Investigations: The Archaeology of Living Matter Chapter 1 Garden Soils John E. Foss 321 Chapter 2 Macroremains...
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