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Interpreting shipwrecks. Maritime archaeological possibilities

Interpreting shipwrecks. Maritime archaeological possibilities
Interpreting shipwrecks. Maritime archaeological possibilities
Shipwrecks are one of the primary type-sites for maritime archaeology. This volume brings together authors whose research focuses on Northern Europe and the Baltic Sea in particular. The environmental conditions of this sea have made it the most signifiacant repository for sunken watercraft anywhere in the world and it has figured significantly in the development of maritime archaeology as a dynamic sub-discipline. This volume explores the ways that ships can be understood and interpreted as material cuklture and the ways in which they provide a high-resolution conduit to past human action.
978-0-9926336-3-9
New Series Number 4
Highfield Press
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Ronnby, Johan, Hocker, Frederick, Lieno, Minna, Alvik, Riika, Wallace, Shaun, Zwick, Daniel, Tornquist, Oscar, Eriksson, Niklas, Arnshav, Mirja, Fors, Yvonne and Bjordal, Charlotte , Adams, Jonathan and Ronnby, Johan (eds.) (2013) Interpreting shipwrecks. Maritime archaeological possibilities (Southampton Monographs in Archaeology, New Series Number 4), Southampton, GB. Highfield Press, 160pp. (In Press)

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Shipwrecks are one of the primary type-sites for maritime archaeology. This volume brings together authors whose research focuses on Northern Europe and the Baltic Sea in particular. The environmental conditions of this sea have made it the most signifiacant repository for sunken watercraft anywhere in the world and it has figured significantly in the development of maritime archaeology as a dynamic sub-discipline. This volume explores the ways that ships can be understood and interpreted as material cuklture and the ways in which they provide a high-resolution conduit to past human action.

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Accepted/In Press date: 2013
Organisations: Archaeology

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Local EPrints ID: 359518
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/359518
ISBN: 978-0-9926336-3-9
PURE UUID: 8085665d-12d5-4a24-808b-d257ada122b6

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Date deposited: 06 Nov 2013 14:05
Last modified: 08 Apr 2020 16:39

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Editor: Jonathan Adams
Editor: Johan Ronnby
Author: Johan Ronnby
Author: Frederick Hocker
Author: Minna Lieno
Author: Riika Alvik
Author: Shaun Wallace
Author: Daniel Zwick
Author: Oscar Tornquist
Author: Niklas Eriksson
Author: Mirja Arnshav
Author: Yvonne Fors
Author: Charlotte Bjordal

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