Badbury Rings is an Iron Age site in Dorset. A ‘modern’ approach to it appears in ‘Wessex from the air’ (1928) by pioneering aerial archaeologist O.G.S. Crawford, who believed his work could lead to mastery of the past. Ambasna’s concerns are more discreet and subjective, encompassing landscape, territory, belonging, heritage and nature.
|Publishers name||The Arts Institute at Bournemouth|
|Number of pages||77|