While I enjoyed reading Nicholas Saunders's review of recent archaeology books (THES, December 8) I was astonished by his assertion that the study of the interrelationship between cultural development and landscape is "relatively recent".
I can recommend W. G. Hoskins's The Making of the English Landscape published in 1995, or even The Shell Guide to Reading the Landscape, by Richard Muir, published in 1981.
A. G. WILLIAMS
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