AMAP2 - Characterising the Potential for Wrecks

SeaZone Solutions Limited, University of Southampton, 2012

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AMAP2 - Characterising the Potential for Wrecks

Location World regionBritish Isles and Ireland
British Isles countryEngland
English regionSouth East
TGNWorld, Europe, United Kingdom, England [7002445]
Grid reference Latitude longitude
bounding box
56.186738
-6.646729 4.740601
49.606913
Subject Event Type (England)HISTORIC SEASCAPE CHARACTERISATION
Library of Congress Subject HeadingsArchaeology
MEDIN Categorysociety
Monument Type (England)WRECK
Monument Type (England)MARITIME
Period MIDASMedieval
MIDASModern
MIDASPost Medieval
Project dates Created From01-OCT-2010
Created To28-AUG-2011
First Released09-JAN-2012
Identifiers ALSF ID5653
Related information Associated CollectionRefining Areas of Maritime Archaeological Potential (AMAPs) for Shipwrecks
Associated CollectionEnhancing our Understanding: Mapping Navigational Hazards as areas of Maritime Archaeological Potential
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