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511). Then, pointing out that Hoskins had overlooked Dudley Stamp's work on the evolution of scenery, he added: There is no doubt that a new pungency would be given to the historian's narrative, stimulating and alive as it already is, were he as constantly aware as is Dr. Stamp of what may be termed regional differentiation. Surface relief and drainage, soil and climate, position and juxtaposition, constitute a totality of conditions which limit and control land use and so lie always behind landscape history.

27) This, however, did not persist, for: 'What happened was the discovery of structural relations between elements which had initially been perceived as isolated from one [an]other' (Claval, 1988). While clear links can be traced between the work of early human geographers in France and Germany and the development of Sauer's cultural geography, it is not possible to see a strong thread of influence and continuity running through the work of European geographers and into the form of landscape history which is currently flourishing in the UK.

In this role he perpetuated the tradition of association between national mapping and archaeology first established by General Roy. The Great War had demonstrated the importance of aerial photography as a source of intelligence, and Crawford recognised that it also had a great archaeological potential. In 1927 he founded Antiquity, a serious but readable archaeological journal, which he edited until his death. In 1953 he published an expanded version of lecture notes as Archaeology in the Field, a book destined to become a landmark study in the development of landscape archaeology and landscape history.

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