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Soil and archaeology groundwork for landscape development projects of the Flemish Land Agency – the case study of Assebroek.

Ampe, Carole; Korneel Gheysen, Korneel

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This paper describes the preliminary soil and archaeological research carried out by the Flemish Land Agency, to achieve a well substantiated project design. At the circular structure of Ver-Assebroek (Bruges), the site of a former medieval castle, a landscape development project aims to increase the visibility of the structure while respecting the soil values and archaeological structures on the site.

This article is part of a book edited at the occasion of the Geoarchaeological meeting of Bruges: Soils as records of Past and Present: the geoarchaeological approach. Focus on: is there time for fieldwork today? - Bruges (Belgium), 6 and 7.11.2019. Editors Judit Deák, Carole Ampe and Jari Hinsch Mikkelsen Technical editor Mariebelle Deceuninck English language reviewer Caroline Landsheere Graphic design Frederick Moyaert Printing and binding Die Keure, Bruges
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