By Margaret M. Miles
A spouse to Greek Architecture offers an expansive evaluation of the subject, together with layout, engineering, and building in addition to conception, reception, and lasting influence.
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FURTHER READING Grove and Rackham 2001 explore Mediterranean climate and vegetation from antiquity to the present. Wylie 2007 is an excellent starting point for exploring the full range of landscape studies and human geography. Though not focused on antiquity, Cosgrove 1998 is highly readable and still very influential. In Ashmore and Knapp 1999, the 12 Betsey A. Robinson editors’ lead article lays out useful definitions and themes; case studies in world archaeology follow. Contributions in Miller and Gleason 1994 focus on the excavation of cultivated contexts, while Carroll‐Spillecke 1992 and Osborne 1992 reconstruct Greek gardens from images and texts as well as archaeological evidence.