This is an essay about the connections between the passage of time and the condition of archaeological knowledge. It revisits Tim Ingold’s 1993 paper The Temporality of the Landscape, considering its relationship with the phenomenological and interpretive archaeologies of the 1990s and what we learn from it today. Engaged not so much in an ‘ontological turn’ as in a kind of archival return, the essay compares Ingold’s discussion of Breugel’s painting The Harvesters (1565) with an archaeologic...Expand abstract
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The Temporality of the Landscape revisited
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