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Edited By: Carenza Lewis and Alan Aberg
122 pages, B/w photos, maps
The papers published here were given at a joint conference of the Nautical Archaeology Society and the Society for Landscape Studies. They review various aspects of, and approaches to, archaeological research in British coastal landscapes, bringing together two traditionally separate disciplines; terrestrial and maritime archaeology.
A maritime landscape in East Fife, Colin J.M. Martin; the National Trust - survey and management in the "neptune" zone, Philip Claris; the archaeology of the Essex coast, David Buckley; the Lanstone Harbour inter-tidal archaeological project - building a GIS for data integration, Dominic Fontana et al; maritime Fife, Ian Oxley; the changing landscape and coastline of the Isle of Scilly, Jeanette Ratcliffe and Vanessa Straker; sea ponds, with reference to the Solent, Hampshire, Christopher Currie; inter-tidal archaeology in Strangford Lough, Brian Williams; changing patterns in the use of coastal resources in Southern Britain during the Roman and mediaeval periods, Stephen Rippon; the archaeological potential for the Scottish intertidal zone, Alex Hale; assessing the terrestrial and submerged archaeological landscape on the shore of the "Magnus Portus", David Tomalin; the archaeology of coastal landscapes - the Cleveland experience, Robin Daniels; archaeology on the North Sea coast of Lower Saxony, Erwin Strahl.
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