Posted on March 25, 2010
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In terms of landscape, it was not until New Archaeology or ‘processualism’ became the predominant doctrine that sites in their settings could begin to be understood. An essential part of the New Archaeology was the use of intensive, systematic and diachronic archaeological field survey, the use of which was readily taken up by archaeologists working in Greece. In Arkadia, the late 1960s witnessed the first regional survey undertaken by Roger Howell in the eastern plains.