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Council for British Archaeology (2007) CBA Research Reports [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1000332
ISBN 1 872414 05 2
If there was any doubt of the importance of water-front archaeology, this was soon dispelled by the consensus reached at this conference. It was agreed that its main function, as always, was to provide an on-going academic forum by bringing together those involved in current research in any relevant branch of scientific and historical studies, including settlement archaeologists of all periods, nautical archaeologists, artefact researchers, dendrochronologists, historical geographers, environmental archaeologists, other scientists, and anyone interested in the study of the interface between the sea and ships on the one hand, and the shore and waterfronts on the other.
The Bristol conference saw the presentation of 22 papers on the accustomed wide variety of themes. Would-be contributors had been urged to consider aspects either not previously covered in detail or needing further exposure, particularly the effects of sea-level change, fishing, waterfront trades and industries, and the use of waterfront buildings.
|Waterfront Archaeology: Proceedings of the third international conference on waterfront archaeology held at Bristol, 23-26 September 1988 (CBA Research Report 74)||20 Mb|