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Spatial Patterns in Landscape Archaeology
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Contents
Acknowledgments
Chapter 1. Introduction
1.1 Survey archaeology and regional analysis: a focus on Italy
1.2 The importance of legacy survey data
1.3 The integration of legacy survey datasets for inter-regional comparative analysis
1.4 Outline of the proposed research procedure
1.5 Case study
1.6 Structure of the book
1.7 References
Chapter 2. A method for modeling dispersed settlements: visualizing an early Roman colonial landscape as expected by conventional theory
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Data
2.3 Visualizing the conventionally expected early colonial landscape
2.4 Discussion and further directions
2.5 References
Chapter 3. Testing settlement models in the early Roman colonial landscapes of Venusia (291 B.C.), Cosa (273 B.C.) and Aesernia (263 B.C.)
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Data
3.3 Methods
3.4 Testing settlement density: point-density analysis
3.5 Testing settlement distribution: point-pattern analysis
3.6 Conclusions
3.7 References
Chapter 4. Assessing visibility and geomorphological biases in regional field surveys: the case of Roman Aesernia
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Data
4.3 Methods
4.4 Evaluating surface visibility biases
4.5 Evaluating geomorphological biases
4.6 Combining results
4.7 Conclusions
4.8 References
Chapter 5. Surface visibility and legacy survey data: between desktop-based analysis and new fieldwork
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Desktop-based analysis: testing the legacy site density
5.3 Control samples from new fieldwork: testing the legacy site pattern
5.4 Conclusions
5.5 References
Chapter 6. A systematic GIS-based analysis of settlement developments in the landscape of Venusia in the Hellenistic-Roman period
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Data
6.3 Exploring the pre-Roman and Roman landscapes
6.4 Location preference analysis
6.5 Conclusions
6.6 References
Chapter 7. Conclusions
7.1 References
Appendix A
Appendix B

About the Author

Anita Casarotto is an archaeologist and researcher specializing in GIS, survey methodology, pattern analysis and digital applications for cultural resource management. She obtained her PhD in 2018 from the Faculty of Archaeology at Leiden University.

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