This volume breaks new ground by conceptualizing landscape as a dynamic cultural complex in which the natural world and human practice are inextricably linked and are constantly interacting. It examines the social and cultural construction of space in the early medieval period in South Asia, as manifest in society, religious architecture and as shaped through trade and economic transactions.

chapter |84 pages

The Archaeology of Space

chapter |190 pages

Defining Cultural Landscapes

chapter |1 pages

About the Editor

chapter |2 pages

Notes on Contributors