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Applying Auditory Archaeology to Historic Landscape Characterisation:
an English Heritage funded pilot project in the former mining landscape
of Geevor and Levant Mines, West Penwith, Cornwall


These web pages accompany the written report produced for English Heritage, a copy of which can be downloaded:

Download PDF of report (2.44mb)PDF document

Guidelines for using these web pages

Please follow the links above to find out more about the project


To find out more about Historic Landscape Characterisation please visit the English Heritage Characterisation web pages


These web pages were designed and constructed by Steve Mills.
All sound recordings, images, movies, maps and text © Steve Mills unless otherwise stated.
Historic Landscape Characterisation mapping reproduced under licence from Cornwall County Council.
Ordnance Survey 1:10,000 and 1:25,000 base mapping reproduced under licence from Cornwall County Council.

 
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