North Sea Archaeologies: A Maritime Biography, 10,000 BC to AD 1500 Hardcover – 1 Mar 2011
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Robert van de Noort makes such an ambitious effort ... he is well placed to combine elements rarely observed on an exceptionally broad canvas ... [He] gives a concise, readable and iconoclastic view expanding the boundaries of period-based, regionally focused and methodologically driven source literature. (James Barrett, Times Literary Supplement)
a comprehensive archaeological study of an entire sea, the North Sea (The Irish Skipper)
A concise, readable and iconoclastic view expanding the boundaries of period-based, regionally focused and methodologically driven source literature (James Barrett, Times Literary Supplement)
By viewing the North Sea as a lived space and a living landscape this work deepens our understanding of the archaeology of the region. As such the book is successful in its desire to make the sea good to think and provides a useful text for students and all those interested in the scope of maritime archaeology or the North Sea region. (R. H. Farr, Journal of Maritime Archaeology)
an interesting and different book that ... deserves to find a home on the bookshelves of those with a broad interest in maritime and landscape archaeology. (Simon Fitch, Northern Scotland)
About the Author
Robert Van de Noort is Professor in Wetland Archaeology at the University of Exeter. He has led the multi-period Humber Wetlands Project and the excavations at the Iron Age 'marsh-fort' at Sutton Common, in Yorkshire.
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