The social context of submerged prehistoric landscapes
English Heritage Project no. 6593, Meeting Report: July 2013
By Fraser Sturt, Tyra Standen
The report identifies that if we wish to contextualise the submerged landscapes that we are now becoming more adept at locating and describing, we may need to change the methods we employ to investigate them. Currently, the shift from landscape description to more human archaeological accounts is challenged by the different qualities of the records created on land and at sea.
- Publication Status: Completed
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