England's Historic Seascapes: Demonstrating the Method

SeaZone Solutions Limited, 2011

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England's Historic Seascapes: Demonstrating the Method

Location World regionBritish Isles and Ireland
British Isles countryEngland
TGNWorld, Europe, United Kingdom, England [7002445]
Grid reference Latitude Longitude55.1598144 1.1542104
Grid reference Latitude longitude
bounding box
-1.994019 4.779053
Library of Congress Subject HeadingsArchaeology
MEDIN Categorysociety
Monument Type (England)MARITIME
Period MIDASMedieval
MIDASPost Medieval
Project dates Created From01-APR-2009
Created To01-FEB-2011
First Released04-MAR-2011
Last Modified28-FEB-2011
Identifiers ALSF ID5555
Related information Associated CollectionEngland's Historic Seascapes: Liverpool Bay Pilot Area
Associated CollectionEngland's Historic Seascapes: Solent and Isle of Wight
Associated PublicationEngland's Historic Seascapes: Southwold to Clacton
Associated PublicationEngland's Historic Seascapes: Withernsea to Skegness
Associated PublicationEngland's Historic Seascapes: HSC Method Consolidation
Associated PublicationEngland's Historic Seascapes: Scarborough to Hartlepool
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