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Oceans of archaeology
Fischer, A.; Pedersen, L. (Ed.) (2018). Oceans of archaeology. The National Museum of Denmark/Jutland Archaeological Society: Højbjerg. ISBN 978-87-93423-25-1. 237 pp.

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  • Fischer, A., redacteur
  • Pedersen, L., redacteur

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  • Fischer, A.; Pedersen, L. (2018). Welcome to oceans of archaeology, in: Fischer, A. et al. (Ed.) Oceans of archaeology. pp. 11-13, meer
  • Fischer, A. (2018). The world that vanished below the waves, in: Fischer, A. et al. (Ed.) Oceans of archaeology. pp. 15-19, meer
  • Fischer, A.; Petersen, P.V. (2018). Amber ornaments from North Sea shores - missives from the Stone Age, in: Fischer, A. et al. (Ed.) Oceans of archaeology. pp. 23-30, meer
  • Jensen, T.Z.T.; Fischer, A. (2018). Gifts from the sea - inland indications of early prehistoric activity at now submerged coasts, in: Fischer, A. et al. (Ed.) Oceans of archaeology. pp. 31-42, meer
  • Fischer, A.; Papoulia, C. (2018). Crossing the sea in early prehistoric Europe, in: Fischer, A. et al. (Ed.) Oceans of archaeology. pp. 43-53, meer
  • Papoulia, C. (2018). Maritime obsidian trade in the Aegean, in: Fischer, A. et al. (Ed.) Oceans of archaeology. pp. 54-55, meer
  • Fischer, A.; Lübke, H.; Klooß, S. (2018). Stralsund - boats in fragments, in: Fischer, A. et al. (Ed.) Oceans of archaeology. pp. 56-57, meer
  • Fischer, A. (2018). Sweden - surveying submerged landscapes from early prehistory, in: Fischer, A. et al. (Ed.) Oceans of archaeology. pp. 61-65, meer
  • Fischer, A. (2018). Haväng - life at the waterfront 9000 years ago, in: Fischer, A. et al. (Ed.) Oceans of archaeology. pp. 66-68, meer
  • Fischer, A.; Petersen, P.V. (2018). Denmark - a sea of archaeological plenty, in: Fischer, A. et al. (Ed.) Oceans of archaeology. pp. 69-83, meer
  • Petersen, P.V. (2018). Solrød Strand - reindeer hunters by the Baltic Ice Lake, in: Fischer, A. et al. (Ed.) Oceans of archaeology. pp. 84-85, meer
  • Pedersen, L.; Fischer, A.; Bartholin, T. (2018). Nekselø - fishing and woodland management on a grand scale, in: Fischer, A. et al. (Ed.) Oceans of archaeology. pp. 86-88, meer
  • Pieters, M.; De Clercq, M.; Demerre, I.; Missiaen, T.; Van Haelst, S. (2018). Belgium - finds from trawl fishing, dredging and beach walking, in: Fischer, A. et al. (Ed.) Oceans of archaeology. pp. 89-93, meer
  • Peev, P.; Slavchev, V. (2018). Bulgaria - burials and wooden settlement structures, in: Fischer, A. et al. (Ed.) Oceans of archaeology. pp. 95-99, meer
  • Oniz, H. (2018). Turkey - a gateway between Asia and Europe, in: Fischer, A. et al. (Ed.) Oceans of archaeology. pp. 101-103, meer
  • Oniz, H. (2018). Yenikapi - settlement and burials below sea level, in: Fischer, A. et al. (Ed.) Oceans of archaeology. pp. 104-105, meer
  • Uldum, O.C.; Lübke, H.; Benjamin, J. (2018). Investigating prehistoric sites on the seabed, in: Fischer, A. et al. (Ed.) Oceans of archaeology. pp. 109-117, meer
  • Fiedler, K.; Binder, A.G.; Hyttel, F.D.; Fischer, A. (2018). Køge Harbour - finding small things with large machines, in: Fischer, A. et al. (Ed.) Oceans of archaeology. pp. 118-119, meer
  • Johansen, M.; Ravn, M. (2018). Orehoved - high-tech hand excavation under water, in: Fischer, A. et al. (Ed.) Oceans of archaeology. pp. 120-122, meer
  • Skriver, C.; Galili, E.; Fischer, A. (2018). Threats to the submerged prehistoric cultural heritage, in: Fischer, A. et al. (Ed.) Oceans of archaeology. pp. 123-133, meer
  • Fischer, A.; Dencker, J.; Malm, T. (2018). Fløjstrup Skov - aggregate extraction and heritage management, in: Fischer, A. et al. (Ed.) Oceans of archaeology. pp. 134-135, meer
  • Gregory, D.; Matthiesen, H. (2018). Deterioration and preservation of organic materials on the seabed, in: Fischer, A. et al. (Ed.) Oceans of archaeology. pp. 137-143, meer
  • Andersen, S. (2018). Tybrind vig - organic materials in abundance and diversity, in: Fischer, A. et al. (Ed.) Oceans of archaeology. pp. 144-145, meer
  • Heron, C.; Saul, H.; Hartz, S.; Fischer, A. (2018). Neustadt - dietary insights from dirty cookware, in: Fischer, A. et al. (Ed.) Oceans of archaeology. pp. 146-147, meer
  • Fischer, A. (2018). The tip of the iceberg - taking stock of the early prehistoric submarine record for Europe and the eastern Mediterranean, in: Fischer, A. et al. (Ed.) Oceans of archaeology. pp. 151-161, meer
  • Fischer, A. (2018). Sacral and profane - diversity in the early prehistoric submarine record, in: Fischer, A. et al. (Ed.) Oceans of archaeology. pp. 163-173, meer
  • Cliquet, D. (2018). Fermanville 'La Mondrée' - a middle palaeolithic workshop below the sea, in: Fischer, A. et al. (Ed.) Oceans of archaeology. pp. 174-175, meer
  • Fischer, A.; Collina-Girard, J. (2018). Cosquer cave - an ice age 'cathedral' beneath the sea, in: Fischer, A. et al. (Ed.) Oceans of archaeology. pp. 176-177, meer
  • Bell, M. (2018). Goldcliff - tracks of mesolithic footprints, in: Fischer, A. et al. (Ed.) Oceans of archaeology. pp. 178-180, meer
  • Fischer, A. (2018). The qualities of the submarine Stone Age, in: Fischer, A. et al. (Ed.) Oceans of archaeology. pp. 181-192, meer
  • Fischer, A.; Benjamin, J. (2018). Managing early prehistory below the waves, in: Fischer, A. et al. (Ed.) Oceans of archaeology. pp. 193-199, meer
  • Fischer, A.; Jensen, T.Z.T. (2018). Radiocarbon dates for submarine and maritime finds from early prehistory, in: Fischer, A. et al. (Ed.) Oceans of archaeology. pp. 203-221, meer

Abstract
    Vast coastal plains that vanished below the waves thousands of years ago were highways to new territories and a cornucopia of natural riches for early humankind. Oceans of Archaeology presents these virtually unexplored areas of the archaeological world map. It scrutinises the submerged early prehistory of Europe and the eastern Mediterranean, and reveals a richness and diversity unmatched around the globe. Specialists from ten countries join forces to tell of flooded settlements, enigmatic sacred places, amazing art and skillful navigation. Multifarious traces of food preparation, flintworking, hunting and fishing vividly illustrate Stone Age life. While children's footprints lead the way to new investigations of early prehistoric life in these now inundated landscapes.

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