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B. Selfslagh, Foreword
A. Olivier, Preface
A. Olivier, The Europae Archaeologiae Consilium

Part I: Contexts and concepts

- G. Faairclough, Europe's landscape: archaeology, sustainability and agriculture
- M. Déjeant-Pons, The European Landscape Convention, Florence
- G. Fairclough, Archaeologists and the European Landscape Convention

Part II: Understanding and characterising the cultural landscape

- G. Cooney/T. Condit/E. Byrnes, The Archaeological Landscape Project: an approach to cultural landscapes in Ireland
- E. van Beusekom, Historic landscapes in the Netherlands
- D. Hallewas, The Belvedere Project: an integrated approach in the Netherlands
- I. Stoumann, Archaeology and the cultural environment: an example from the Danish Wadden Sea Region
- G. Fairclough/G. Lambrick/D. Hopkins, Historic Landscape Characterisation in England and a Hampshire case study
- P. Dixon/R. Hingley, Historic land-use assessment in Scottland

Part III: Managing change, making the future

- J. H. F. Bloemers, Past- and future-oriented archaeology: protecting and developing the archaeological-historical landscape in the Netherlands
- J. Darlington, Mapping Lancashire's historic landscape: the Lancashire Historic Landscape Characterisation programme
- A. Kraut, European Cultural Paths: a model of co-operation between archaeologists for the management and preservation of cultural landscapes
- C. Foley, The contribution of agricultural support measures to protecting the archaeological heritage of Northern Ireland
- P. Szpanowski, Before and After the Change: the social-economic transition period and its impact on the agriculture and cultural landscape of Poland
- P. V. Castro/R. W. Chapman/T. Escoriza/S. Gili/V. Lull/R. Micó/C. R. Herrada/R. Risch/M. E. Sanahuja Yll/P. Verhagen, Archaeology in the south east of the Iberian Peninsula: a bridge between Past and future social spaces
- J. Nord Paulsson, Raising awareness and managing change: the cultural landscape of the Bjäre peninsula, Sweden
- J. Coles, Rock carvings, cultural landscapes and management issues: case studies from Sweden
- M. Urtane, The Abava Valley: archaeological heritage and landscape planning in Latvia
- G. Ermischer, Spessart goes Europe: the historic landscape characterisation of a German upland region
- Examples of current national approaches
-- C. Dunning, Switzerland
-- L. Macinnes, Scotland
-- N. V. Oliveira/C. Tente, Portugal
-- M. Urtane/J. Urtans, Latvia
-- L. Krušinová, The Czech Republic

Part 4: Other ways of perceivig cultural landscape

- D. Gwyn, Associative landscape in a Welsh context
- E. Lee, Cultural Connections to the land: a Canadian example

Part 5: Conclusions

- G. Fairclough/S. Rippon, Conclusion: archaeological managment of Europe's cultural landscape
- G. Fairclough, EAC Strategy for the European Landscape

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