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From Site Catchment Analysis to Regional Settlement Pattern Analysis: Making a Regional Map of Environmental Resources’ Potential. The Case of Arid Syria

Abstract : The last decades have seen an increasing refinement in site catchment analysis, envi- ronmental and landscape studies in Near Eastern archaeology. To compare trends and dynamics in several regions, we propose methods for good representations at a macro- regional scale of a synthesis of known environmental conditions and constraints identified at a micro-regional scale.
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Frank Braemer, Bernard Geyer, Gourguen Davtian. From Site Catchment Analysis to Regional Settlement Pattern Analysis: Making a Regional Map of Environmental Resources’ Potential. The Case of Arid Syria. Reconstructing Ancient Eco-Systems. 9th International Congress on the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East, 2014, Bâle, Switzerland. pp.265-276. ⟨halshs-02196412⟩

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