A collaborative endeavour that brings together a renowned archaeological theorist and a leading theatre artist in an investigation of landscape and cityscape, notions of physicality, encounter, site and context. This work challenges the boundaries of intellectual practice in the methodology of its analysis of the relationship between archaeology and performance.
Routledge, London, 2000, 215 pages, 72 black and white images, 24.5 cm x 17.8 cm.
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