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Buildings Archaeology – Recording & Analysing Historic Buildings

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A talk by James Wright, Triskele Heritage

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The study of buildings archaeology involves the forensic application of techniques to observe, record and analyse the standing remains of historic structures found above-ground. Unpicking the history, functions and phasing of the built environment has been a relatively recent addition to the archaeologist’s toolkit. This talk looks at the practical ways in which the historic built environment can be recorded and analysed by archaeologists.

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