NOTES 1. 2. Langer's contribution is being documented by Andrew Wilson at the University of Queensland. Such an encyclopedia exists in Aitken, R. and M. Looker, Eds. (2002). Oxford Companion to Australian Gardens. Melbourne, Oxford University Press in association with the Australian Garden History Society. While Catherin Bull wrote an earlier book that featured some history of the industry in Australia (Bull, 2002) it was mostly focused on relatively contemporary projects, as was the book by Elizabeth Mossop (Mossop 2006). HOPEWELL CEREMONIAL LANDSCAPES OF OHIO: MORE THAN MOUNDS AND GEOMETRIC EARTHWORKS Mark J. Lynott. 2014. Oxbow Books United Kingdom and Havertown, PA, USA. 271 pages. Paperback Edition: ISBN 978-1-78297-754-4, Digital Edition: 978-1-78297755-1. Reviewed by John Koepke In this posthumous publication, Mark Lynott, considered one of the foremost students of Hopewell archaeology in the modern era, provides a rigorous documentation of the history of the archaeological study and the current state of our scientific understanding of Hopewell ceremonial landscapes. The primary audience for the book, in my estimation, is one that is already knowledgeable about the field of archaeology and is interested in learning more about the Hopewell Mound builder landscapes; however, it also offers valuable insights for those
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