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Author Benjamin, Jonathan, 1977-

Title Submerged Prehistory
Published Havertown : Oxbow Books, 2011
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Description 1 online resource (353 pages)
Contents Cover; The Editors; List of Contributors; Preface (The Editors); 1. Ertebølle Canoes and Paddles from the Submerged Habitation Site of Tybrind Vig, Denmark; 2. The Excavation of a Mesolithic Double Burial from Tybrind Vig, Denmark; 3. Mesolithic Hunter-Fishers in a Changing World: a case study of submerged sites on the Jäckelberg, Wismar Bay, northeastern Germany; 4. The Unappreciated Cultural Landscape: indications of submerged Mesolithic settlementalong the Norwegian southern coast
10. Th e Middle Palaeolithic Underwater Site of La Mondrée, Normandy, France11. Investigating Submerged Archaeological Landscapes: a research strategy illustrated with case studiesfrom Ireland and Newfoundland, Canada; 12. Submerged Prehistory in the Americas; 13. Underwater Investigations in Northwest Russia: lacustrine archaeology of Neolithic pile dwellings; 14. A Late Neolithic Fishing Fence in Lake Arendsee, Sachsen-Anhalt, Germany; 15. A Palaeolithic Wooden Point from Ljubljansko Barje, Slovenia; 16. Investigating the Submerged Prehistory of the Eastern Adriatic: progress and prospects
17. Th e Pavlopetri Underwater Archaeology Project: investigating an ancient submerged town18. Submerged Sites and Drowned Topographies along the Anatolian Coasts: an overview; 19. Palaeoecology of the Submerged Prehistoric Settlements in Sozopol Harbour, Bulgaria; 20. Was the Black Sea Catastrophically Flooded during the Holocene? -- geological evidenceand archaeological impacts; 21. Underwater Investigations at the Early Sites of Aspros and Nissi Beach on Cyprus; 22. Submerged Neolithic Settlements off the Carmel Coast, Israel: cultural and environmental insights
23. Research Infrastructure for Systematic Study of the Prehistoric Archaeology of the European SubmergedContinental Shelf24. Stone Age on the Continental Shelf: an eroding resource; 25. Continental Shelf Archaeology: where next?; 26. Epilogue
5. How Wet Can It Get? -- approaches to submerged prehistoric sites and landscapes on the Dutchcontinental shelf6. Seabed Prehistory: investigating palaeolandsurfaces with Palaeolithic remains from the southern North Sea; 7. Experiencing Change on the Prehistoric Shores of Northsealand: an anthropological perspectiveon Early Holocene sea-level rise; 8. Submerged Landscape Excavations in the Solent, Southern Britain: climate change and cultural development; 9. Submarine Neolithic Stone Rows near Carnac (Morbihan), France: preliminary results from acousticand underwater survey
Summary Major events of human prehistory such as the post-glacial recolonisation of Northern Europe and the spread of agriculture through the Mediterranean took place on landscapes that are now, at least partially, underwater. Large parts of this submerged terrain are accessible to divers and can be investigated archaeologically. Prehistoric underwater research has emerged in recent decades as a distinct sub-discipline, developing approaches and methodologies that can be applied in coastal regions worldwide. As a result there is growing awareness of the potential for underwater archaeology to transfor
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Subject Antiquities, Prehistoric.
Excavations (Archaeology)
Landscape archaeology -- Research.
Landscape archaeology.
Prehistoric peoples.
Underwater archaeology -- Research.
Underwater archaeology.
Form Electronic book
Author Bonsall, Clive.
Pickard, Catriona
ISBN 1842175815