MIPP: Forming questions (addendum)

By way of a little follow up to yesterday’s post on MiPP, I am currently reading Hunter Davis’s A Walk Along the Wall, in preparation for my own walk along there next month (in aid of Cancer Research UK). He says ‘if they can reproduce a fort on a painting, why can’t it be done in real life? I wouldn’t have been put off the Romans for twenty years, not if I could actually have seen something [emphasis in original]’.


Author: Stuart Dunn

I do various things, but mainly I am Professor of Spatial Humanities at King's College London's . My interests include things computational, cartographic and archaeological.

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