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Across the North Sea: Later Historical Archaeology in Britain and Denmark, c. 1500-2000 AD (Bog, Hæftet)

Forlag: University Press of Southern Denmark
Format: Hæftet
Sprog: Engelsk
Serietitel: University of Southern Denmark Studies in History and Social Sciences
Sideantal: 344
Dato for udgivelse: 1-8-2012
Udgivelse: 1. udgave, 2012.
Nr. i serien: Bind: vol. 444,
Redaktion: Henrik Harnow, David Cranstone, Paul Bedford, Lene Høst-Madsen
ISBN-13: 9788776746582
Produkt type: Bog
Illustrationsangivelser: ill. (nogle i farver)
År for denne udgave: 2012
Første udgivelsesår: 2012
Originalsprog: Sproget kan ikke bestemmes
Udgave: 1
Oplag: 1

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What are the challenges facing archaeologists looking at the remains of the last 500 years? What are the issues for archaeology itself in today's rapidly-changing economic and political circumstances? How can we develop a uniquely European historical archaeology? The result of a conference in 2009, Across the North Sea contains 24 papers from 28 leading archaeologists, historians, curators and heritage managers from Britain and Denmark, and explores a wide range of issues - including the development of the discipline and current practice in both countries, together with a range of case studies, and discussion of future directions. This fascinating book provides an essential guide for anyone wanting to understand the evolving discipline of historical archaeology in Britain, Denmark and the North Sea region.

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