- It deliberately subverts the idea / rules of reconstruction
- It provides an easily comprehended idea of scale
- It makes the past feel more familiar, mundane, and utilitarian.
Studying the Imaginary past
Structural archaeologist Geoff Carter's radical view of building in the ancient world, especially the archaeology of the lost timber built environment of Southern England. It is new research into of prehistory of architecture, available in a series of articles that are designed to be read in order, and to be accessible to the non-specialist - and there is even some humour