The Hidden Landscape of Prehistoric Greece
AbstractFor all-period intensive surveys in Greece, even those of very recent years, an abiding problem has been the difficulty of detecting prehistoric remains, whether at the level of nucleated sites or in the form of scatters across the landscape. The authors suggest explanations for the problems encountered in this regard, over the past 20 years, by the Boeotia Survey. They offer some first steps toward the solutions of these problems, based on assessment of the actual results achieved, here and elsewhere by intensive survey methods.
How to Cite
Bintliff, J. L., Howard, P., & Snodgrass, A. (2000). The Hidden Landscape of Prehistoric Greece. Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology, 12(2), 139–168. https://doi.org/10.1558/jmea.v12i2.139
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