Assessments of the Past, Strategies for the Future ( S. Alcock ). Methodology: Methods of Collection, Recording and Quantification ( D. Mattingly ); Cultural Depositional Processes andPost-depossitional Problems ( J. Taylor ); Ceramics and the Site ( Vincent Gaffney ); What Are we Counting For? ( Elizabeth Fentress ); Dating, Quantifying and Utilizing Pottery from Surface Survey ( Martin Millett ); Towards an Analysis of Incomplete Distributions ( Nicola Terrenato ); Quando i Campi Hanno Pochi Significati da Estarre ( Franco Cambi ); Prospection et Chronologie: de la quantification du temps au modèle de peuplement ( Frédéric Trément ); Discussion ( Martin Millett ). Ceramic Studies in Mediterranean Survey: Prehistoric Ceramic Studies ( Caroline Malone & Simon Stoddart ); Roman Ceramic Studies in Mediterranean Survey ( John W. Hayes ); Early Medieval and Medieval Ceramic Studies ( Helen Patterson ). Case Studies: Surface Survey Analysis of the Copper Age Site of La Pijotilla (Spain) ( Victor Hurtado ); On-site Surface Distributions and Geophysica: the site of Rodik-Adjovscina ( Bozidar Slapsak, Branko Music & Verena Perko ); Il Caso dell'Itlia Medio-tirrenica ( Andrea Zifferaro ); Ceramic Chronology and Roman Rural Settlement in the Lower Guadalquivir Valley during the Augustan Period ( Simon Keay ); Terracotta and its Territory ( Franco Cambi ); The Adriatic Islands Project ( Vincent Gaffney, Branco Kirigin, John W. Hayes & Peter Leach ); Céramologie et Histoire du Peuplement dans la Cité de Mines ( Claude Raynaud ); Insediamento e Circolazione Ceramica fra V e X Secolo nella Toscana Centro-meridionale ( Riccardo Francovich & Marco Valenti ); Reconstructing the Classical Landscape with Figures: some interpretive explorations in North-West Keos ( Todd Whitelaw ); Demographic Trends: the Contribution of Regional Survey Data ( John Bintliff & Kostas Sbonias ); Conclusion ( Susan E. Alcock, Franco Cambi, Simon Keay & Claude Raynaud ).
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To me the most important contribution of the publication is the rich overview of diverse methodologies that is made available in one integrated source.' (Richard E. Blanton Antiquity, 75, 2001)
These are the result of research by a highly impressive European network which addressed methodological issues in Mediterranean landscape archaeology...
The scale of work and detail of publication, as well as the broad vision by such a group of serious scholars, make this an enviable project for British archaeologists...
A useful quarry for techniques and comparative data.' (Alison Taylor The Archaeologist 41, Summer 2001)
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