Category Archives: Landscape Archaeology

Archaeology and perceptions of landscape

A few weeks ago I talked to someone, who – apart from some time away to study – has always lived in this part of Switzerland. What struck me, is how he said: “Yes, I have always lived under this … Continue reading

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The beauty of the Holy Land

Above the Hebron Hills the first rays break through the morning clouds clothing the hillsides in a golden light. The limestone outcrops stand out among the sparse cover of Jerusalem pines and low grass. Soon the sun will shine forcefully … Continue reading

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The old and the new

I worked on construction sites for the past few weeks and spent a lot of my time in Christchurch neighbourhoods worst affected by the Canterbury Earthquakes. Everywhere around me, buildings were shattered, windows were patched up, fences shut of sites, … Continue reading

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