Soil and archaeology groundwork for landscape development projects of the Flemish Land Agency – the case study of Assebroek.
Korneel Gheysen, Korneel
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.
Judit Deák, Carole Ampe and Jari Hinsch Mikkelsen
English language reviewer
Printing and binding
Die Keure, Bruges
Judit Deák, Carole Ampe, and Jari Hinsch Mikkelsen (Eds.). Soils as records of past and Present. From soil surveys to archaeological sites: research strategies for interpreting soil characteristics. Proceedings of the Geoarchaeological Meeting Bruges (Belgium), 6 & 7 November, 2019. Raakvlak, Bruges., Publisher Raakvlak Archaeology, Monuments and Landscapes of Bruges and Hinterland, Belgium , www.raakvlak.be, Bruges, Belgium, pp. 307-312 (978 90 76297 811).