Definition of landscape history in English:

landscape history

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[mass noun]
The history of the rural landscape, as determined from visible features, ecological and archaeological evidence, and documentary records.
More example sentences
  • Furthermore Dyer continues to pursue his interest in local history, in landscape history and in archaeology.
  • Since its purchase in 1991, experts in architecture, history, archaeology, landscape history, and Victorian interior design have combined forces to recreate the authentic look of a sophisticated 1860s Georgia household.
  • Cunliffe demonstrates his interdisciplinary skills in introductory chapters on myth, archaeology, geography, and landscape history.

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