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Landscapes in history

design and planning in the Eastern and Western traditions

by Philip Pregill

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Published by John Wiley in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Landscape architecture -- History

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 771-825) and index.

    StatementPhilip Pregill, Nancy Volkman.
    ContributionsVolkman, Nancy, 1949-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSB470.5 .P74 1999
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 844 p. :
    Number of Pages844
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL365479M
    ISBN 100471293288
    LC Control Number98025814

    Western frontier in the mid nineteenth century, the resulting merged space is both shared and contested—culturally, socially, ideologically, politically. Roads, Canals, and Railways[ edit ] The canal basin at Stourportthe only town in England to be created by canalsaccording to Hoskins Hoskins describes Landscapes in history book and trackways from the Iron Age like the Jurassic Way across the midlands, near his Oxfordshire home and Roman times like Akeman Street in the same area. Asa Eger, University of North Carolina—Greensboro Islamic societies of the past have often been characterized as urban, with rural and other extra-urban landscapes cast in a lesser or supporting role in the studies of Islamic history and archaeology. As photography gained acceptance as an art form, artists used the medium to create interpretations of the land through pictorialist effects and, later, through formal compositions of close-up, cropped views of the landscape. The Modern City. Many miles of new straight hedgerows were laid to mark out the newly enclosed fields of the midlands; in some areas such as Derbyshirestraight limestone walls were used instead.

    Penguin reprinted in,,, and Paul D. Instead the whole history of English humankind and husbandry was on display, from the Holocene age to the latest horrors of agribusiness. Brown, Alison L. This book reveals the forgotten story of their ambitious dreams and their ultimate failure to control this fugitive terrain.

    The Landscape Today[ edit ] Hoskins concludes with a brief chapter, with one image, Plate 82, "The completed English landscape" showing a tall tree in a wide open field, a strip of hedges Landscapes in history book villages just visible in the distance. It covers the many cultural, political, technological, and philosophical issues influencing land use throughout history, focusing not only on design topics but also on the environmental impact of human activity. The artistic shift seems to have corresponded to a growing interest in the natural world sparked by the Renaissance. On the one hand, it becomes evident that only an interdisciplinary approach can cover the manifold aspects of the topic.


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Paul D. And the book in which that history was written was the very land itself. They published Korean and Japanese editions in Soon afterwards, a much more widespread transport network transformed the English landscape: the railways.

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