|The Archaeology Of The Welsh Uplands|
Cover: Cadair Idris, Gwynedd
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The Archaeology Of The Welsh Uplands
Edited by David Browne & Stephen Hughes
Review of Contents
This book illustrates how important the uplands archaeology of Wales is as a resource for understanding the rich history of the country and for the future development of its society and economy.
It presents the results of Uplands Initiative surveys, chronological and thematic overviews, and outlines the pratical benefits for rural economies to be gained by the sympathetic exploitation of the archaeological resource.
- The archaeology of the Welsh Uplands: An introduction
- Themes & Chronologies
- The Uplands during the prehistoric and Roman periods
- Upland Archaeology in the medieval and post-medieval periods
- Industrial activity
- Case Studies
- The Blaenafon uplands landscape
- Mynydd y Ffynnon: Cwmystwyth and Eisteddfa Gurig
- Moel Bronymiod
- Y Berwyn
- Mynydd Epynt: Rediscovering an abandoned farming landscape
- The economic potential of the upland heritage
- The economics of cultural landscapes
- Site preservation and management
- The Achievements and fuure of the Uplands Initiative
- An illustrated guide to common field monuments
- Uplands Bibliography
Related Publication Links:
Related Uplands Archaeology Links:
The Uplands Archaeology Initiative
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