England's Shipping

Wessex Archaeology, 2007

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Wessex Archaeology (2007) England's Shipping [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1000276

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The digital archive

The digital archive currently consists of the following resources:

  • Wessex Archaeology, 2003, England's Shipping: Source Appraisal, ref: 51552.01.
  • Wessex Archaeology, 2003, England's Shipping: Year 1 Report, ref: 51552.02
  • Wessex Archaeology, 2003, England's Shipping: Progress Report on Recording and Mapping Catalogue, ref: 51552.03
  • Wessex Archaeology, 2004, England's Shipping: Year 2 Report, ref: 51552.05

Any questions about the project or the archive should be directed to either the depositor or English Heritage's Maritime Team

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Non-digital Archive and Publications

In addition to the reports contained within the digital archive England's Shipping project also produced the following outputs:

Public Lecture. Land and Sea: Integrated Archaeologies. Centre for Maritime Archaeology. University of Southampton. 12/11/2003
Presentation: NAS conference. NAS Portsmouth. University of Portsmouth
Dive Show: Dive 2003. NEC Birmingham
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