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A century of prehistory and landscape studies at the British School at Rome1

  • T. W. Potter and Simon Stoddart

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Dr Simon Stoddart, Magdalene College, Cambridge, CB3 OAG, Great Britain. Ess16@cam.ac.uk

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This celebration of landscape and prehistory at the British School should have been written entirely by Tim Potter. The current Director wrote in the Papers of the British School at Rome ‘it is characteristic that having been invited to contribute a survey of BSR work on landscape archaeology one month before his death, he used the Christmas break to write half of it’ (Wallace-Hadrill, 2000: xiv). The co-author was drawn into the Ager Faliscus by Tim Potter's enthusiasm and encouragement. The article draws on Tim Potter's draft of Ashby's contribution and a tribute to Ward-Perkins written by Tim Potter for the foreign schools in Rome, with Simon Stoddart adding the dimension of prehistory and the era that follows Ward-Perkins.

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A century of prehistory and landscape studies at the British School at Rome1

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