Identifying and protecting historic landscapes

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Authors: Darvill, T., Gerrard, C. and Startin, B.

Journal: Antiquity

Volume: 67

Issue: 256

Pages: 563-574

eISSN: 1745-1523

ISSN: 0003-598X

DOI: 10.1017/S0003598X00045762

Six years ago, Darvill and colleagues reported (ANTIQUITY 61: 393–408) on the Monuments Protection Programme, a new English initiative to build, from a century of haphazard acts of site protection, a set of balanced judgements and priorities by which to recognize ancient places that are more precious, genuinely of a national importance. The Programme, they tell ANTIQUITY, has now completed the first-stage review of information in local sites and monuments records and is proceeding with the identification of nationally important monuments in every English county. This further paper reports on how the Monuments Protection Programme is addressing landscapes, as distinct from ‘spot sites’ with clear limits, where the matters of defining a ‘relict cultural landscape’ and judging relative value are harder. © 1993, Antiquity Publications Ltd. All rights reserved.

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Authors: DARVILL, T., GERRARD, C. and STARTIN, B.

Journal: ANTIQUITY

Volume: 67

Issue: 256

Pages: 563-574

ISSN: 0003-598X

DOI: 10.1017/S0003598X00045762

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