n.a., (1981). Waterfront archaeology in Britain and northern Europe.

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Waterfront archaeology in Britain and northern Europe
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a review of current research in waterfront archaeology in six European countries, based on the papers presented to the First International Conference on Waterfront Archaeology in North European Towns held at the Museum of London on 20-22 April 1979
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Council for British Archaeology Research Reports
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41
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cba_rr_041.pdf (13 MB) : Download
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Studies of waterfront development can materially assist the understanding of a town's origins, growth, or decline, especially if urban and nautical archaeologists combine forces. The first eight papers deal with the London waterfront in Roman, Saxon, and medieval times, and with its associated boats, buildings, and topography (pp 1-50; contributors B Hobley, P Marsden, S McGrail, J A Schofield, G Milne, A G Dyson, J Hillam & R Morgan, M G Dennis, and S P Needham & D Longley). Discussion of the medieval terms 'quay' and 'wharf' is included. The second section deals with the Continental evidence (51-101): Pomorze, Wolin, Bergen, post-Roman Rhine, and Schleswig (P Smolarek, W Filipowiak, A E Herteig, D Ellmers, and D Eckstein respectively) with summaries also on Velsen (J Morel & M D de Weerd), Dorestad (W A Van Es & W J H Verwers), and Dordrecht (H Sarfatij). Section 3 contains a report on Dublin's Wood Quay (P F Wallace, pp 109-18), shorter reports on Hull and King's Lynn (B S Ayers, H Clarke), and summaries on fifteen other towns.
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Gustav Milne
Brian Hobley
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1981
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0 906780 08 X
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Location - Auto Detected: Hull
Location - Auto Detected: Dublins Wood Quay
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Roman
Medieval
Early Medieval
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Date Of Issue From: 1981
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British Archaeological Abstracts (BAA)
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05 Dec 2008