The world in a spin: representing the Neolithic landscapes of South Uist

Vicky Cummings

HISAR, PO BOX 909, Cardiff University, CF1 3XU. CummingsVM@cardiff.ac.uk

Cite this as: V. Cummings 2000 'The world in a spin: representing the Neolithic landscapes of South Uist', Internet Archaeology 8. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.8.4

Summary

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Archaeologists have recently become interested in exploring the importance of the landscape in the past, particularly in relation to Neolithic monuments. As the interest in landscape archaeology has grown over the past decade, however, problems of representation have also begun to emerge. This article will highlight a few of these issues and present a case study which illustrates how computing and the Internet may offer assistance in the presentation and understanding of prehistoric landscapes.

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