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The Archaeology of the Landscape Park: Garden design in Norfolk, England, c. 1680-1840Tom Williamson 1998 © BAR Publishing
The study of 18th century gardens in Norfolk from an archaeological point of view. Attention is focused on different kinds of designed landscape in time and space, on ways in which these landscapes were created and on the ways in which they related to the 'vernacular' landscape upon which they were imposed. The task was to supply information about distributions and chronology which is generally lacking in studies of eighteenth-century landscapes.
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