Political landscapes of capital cities
Christie, Jessica Joyce, editor
Bogdanoviç, Jelena, editor
Guzmán, Eulogio, editor
University Press of Colorado, publisher
Investigates the transformation of landscapes into culturally constructed and ideologically defined political environments of capital cities. In this spatially inclusive, socially dynamic interpretation, an interdisciplinary group uses a methodology to expose the associations between human-made environments and the natural landscape that accommodate socio-political needs of governmental authority.--Provided by publisher.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Cities and towns, Ancient
Space -- Political aspects
Landscape archaeology -- Political aspects