The reuse of monuments in Atlantic Scotland: variation between practices in the Hebrides and Orkney
Aines, Ethan D.
McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research
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Sharples, N. (2021). The reuse of monuments in Atlantic Scotland: variation between practices in the Hebrides and Orkney. In Stoddart, Simon. McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, Gardening time: Monuments and landscape from Sardinia, Scotland and Central Europe in the very long Iron Age. [Book chapter]. https://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.81514
Gardening may seem worlds away from Nuraghi and brochs, but tending a garden is a long process involving patience, accretion and memory. Scholars argue that memories are also cultured, developed and regained. The monuments in Scotland and Sardinia are testament to the importance of memory and its role in maintaining social relations. This collection of twenty-one papers addresses the theme of memory anchored to the enduring presence of monuments, mainly from Scotland and Sardinia, but also from Central Europe and the Balkans.
This book, and the conference upon which it was based, were funded by The ACE Foundation, The Fondazione Banco di Sardegna and the McDonald Institute. We are grateful to the British School at Rome and Magdalene College, Cambridge for their support.
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