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Piecing Together Sha PoArchaeological Investigations and Landscape Reconstruction$
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Mick Atha and Kennis Yip

Print publication date: 2017

Print ISBN-13: 9789888208982

Published to Hong Kong Scholarship Online: May 2017

DOI: 10.5790/hongkong/9789888208982.001.0001

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Reconstructing Sha Po’s Landscapes and Lifeways

Reconstructing Sha Po’s Landscapes and Lifeways

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(p.161) 8 Reconstructing Sha Po’s Landscapes and Lifeways
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Piecing Together Sha Po
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Mick Atha

Kennis Yip

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Hong Kong University Press
DOI:10.5790/hongkong/9789888208982.003.0008

In Chapter 8 all the strands of evidence are drawn together within an overarching synthetic analysis of patterns of human activity through time, which are then interpreted in terms of the development, use, and past experience of Sha Po’s multi-period cultural landscape. The shifting patterns of human activity during the 6,500-year span of the study also permit the changing backbeach landform to be modelled as it expanded westward through time. Social landscape reconstructions, aided by artist’s impression drawings, focus in particular on activities evidenced during the Bronze Age, Six-Dynasties-Tang period, and Qing to early twentieth century.

Keywords:   Social landscape reconstruction, Ancient environment, Artist’s reconstruction drawings, Neolithic, Bronze Age, Six Dynasties-Tang, Qing dynasty

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