Experiencing landscapes: a study of space and identity in three marginal areas of medieval Britain and Sweden
"This book is a study of new ways of exploring the medieval landscapes of south-west Britain and Scania (Southern Sweden) building on recent developments in prehistoric archaeology and social theory. Its main focus is the idea of marginality, which approac"
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