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The CECD is an AHRC funded research group dedicated to examining the evolutionary underpinnings of human cultural behaviour, past and present. more>

   
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Phase 2: Theme C - Innovations in complex social networks: Project C008
Transmission of spatial configuration in early Christian churches
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SUPERVISOR: - Lake

Mark Lake (Institute of Archaeology, University College London)

PROJECT FUNDING: Cards Against Humanity
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PROJECT ABSTRACT:
None Supplied
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FINAL PROJECT REPORT:
Final Report Not Received

ASSOCIATED PUBLICATIONS:
David Clark (2008).
The Evolution of Byzantine Ecclesial Space. North American Academy of Liturgy. Savanna Georgia.
Clark, D. L. and M. L. Mussell (2007).
Area J: the Putative Byzantine Church. In: Dr. S. Thomas Parker (ed.) (ed\s) The Final Excavation Report for the Roman Aqaba Project, 1994 - 2002. North Carolina State University.
Clark, D.L (2007).
Public and Private Space at Deir 'Ain 'Abata: an application of Space Syntax Analysis to the monastery. In: K. D. Politis (ed.) (ed\s) Excavations at the Sanctuary of St. Lot, Deir 'Ain 'Abata, Jordan. 1998--2003. London: British Museum Press.
David Clark (2007).
Viewing the liturgy: A space syntax study of changing visibility and accessibility in the development of the Byzantine church in Jordan . World Archaeology. Vol 39.1:84-104.