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Summing up: cities in the world

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In 2002 the annual conference of the Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology was directed at a theme of international interest, Cities in the World, 1500-2000. This volume results from that conference and sets out to investigate a wide range of new archaeological and historical approaches to the development of large towns and cities in Britain, Europe and the World in the early modern period. Post-Medieval archaeologists working in European contexts should find much of interest in the experiences, investigations and interpretations of 19th and 20th century cities such as Boston, Jamestown and New York in North America and Sydney in Australia. Papers drawing upon recent research provide a contemporary international perspective on recent research in urban historical archaeology.

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Leech, Roger, (2006) Summing up: cities in the world Green, Adrian and Leech, Roger (eds.) In Cities In The World, 1500-2000: Proceedings of the Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology Conference, 2002. Maney. 344 pp, pp. 321-322.

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Published date: 2006
Venue - Dates: Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology Conference, 2002-01-01 - 2002-01-01

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Local EPrints ID: 44654
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/44654
ISBN: 190435002X
PURE UUID: 3fbc2e5e-3eb8-4f4a-a39f-59ad3e9c765a

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Date deposited: 06 Mar 2007
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 15:14

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Author: Roger Leech
Editor: Adrian Green
Editor: Roger Leech

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