THE END GAMEAs Scotland’s Historic Land-use Assessment (HLA) projectnears completion what have we learned?Susan Hamilton, ...
The Historic Land-use AssessmentLandscape: ‘... an area, as perceived by people, whose character is theresult of the actio...
Historic Land-use Assessment: SourcesCurrent Ordnance Survey (C) Crown Copyrightand database right 2013. All rights reserv...
Medieval burgh. Culross, FifeCrown Copyright RCAHMS
Medieval rig and furrow cultivationCrown Copyright RCAHMS
Historic Land-use AssessmentCurrent Ordnance Survey (C) Crown Copyright and database right 2013.All rights reserved. Ordna...
Historic Land-use Assessment(C) Nextperspectives
HLA: applicationsContext: Archaeological records clustering within landscape typesmedieval village cores (left) and design...
HLA: applicationsCrown Copyright RCAHMS
HLA: applications
The Historic Land-use AssessmentCrown Copyright RCAHMS
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The end game: As Scotland’s Historic Land-use Assessment project reaches completion what have we learned?

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For over a decade, the Historic Land-use Assessment (HLA) Project – a partnership between Historic Scotland and RCAHMS – has undertaken the challenge of mapping Scotland’s historic landscape character. By 2015 the Project will have delivered 100% coverage and, for the first time, Scotland will have a map providing time-depth. The final stages of this project provide a valuable opportunity for review and reflection, and in this presentation we review where we have got to and think about some possibilities for the future.

Kirsty Millican and Mike Middleton
Computing Applications in Archaeology 2013 (25-28 March)
University of Western Australia

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The end game: As Scotland’s Historic Land-use Assessment project reaches completion what have we learned?

  1. 1. THE END GAMEAs Scotland’s Historic Land-use Assessment (HLA) projectnears completion what have we learned?Susan Hamilton, Kirsty Millican and Mike Middletonwww.rcahms.gov.uk
  2. 2. The Historic Land-use AssessmentLandscape: ‘... an area, as perceived by people, whose character is theresult of the action and interaction of natural and/or human factors’(Article 1, European Landscape Convention)Crown Copyright RCAHMS
  3. 3. Historic Land-use Assessment: SourcesCurrent Ordnance Survey (C) Crown Copyrightand database right 2013. All rights reserved.Ordnance Survey Licence number 100020548Roy 1747-55 First Edition Ordnance SurveyOrthorectified AP (C) NextperspectivesRCAHMS Aerial Photography RAF Aerial Photography 1946-7
  4. 4. Medieval burgh. Culross, FifeCrown Copyright RCAHMS
  5. 5. Medieval rig and furrow cultivationCrown Copyright RCAHMS
  6. 6. Historic Land-use AssessmentCurrent Ordnance Survey (C) Crown Copyright and database right 2013.All rights reserved. Ordnance Survey Licence number 100020548
  7. 7. Historic Land-use Assessment(C) Nextperspectives
  8. 8. HLA: applicationsContext: Archaeological records clustering within landscape typesmedieval village cores (left) and designed landscapes (right)
  9. 9. HLA: applicationsCrown Copyright RCAHMS
  10. 10. HLA: applications
  11. 11. The Historic Land-use AssessmentCrown Copyright RCAHMS
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