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Maritime Archaeology: A Technical Handbook Hardcover – 17 Jun 2004

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2nd ed, xx + 470pp, inc. many b/w illus, laminated board, 8vo

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By Heidi A. Hubbell - Published on
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A good resource for the professional and armchair archaeologist and maritime historians
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4.0 out of 5 stars Top notch technical guide. 18 Aug. 2009
By A. Viglietta - Published on
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This was a great book for information you can't find on the internet. Beware you need a dictionary but over all it was really well done and can really be educational when you want to learn about how maritime archaeology is done. The pictures and illustration in this book really helped you to understand what they are talking about. The back of the book contains a great list to help you find more sources for the things that interested you and it used references to different societies to help you gain information on recent and upcoming projects. Worth the price I paid for the book it should be in everyone library who has any kind of fascination with marine archaeology.
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