Book Volume 20 2017

Under the Sea: Archaeology and Palaeolandscapes of the Continental Shelf

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ISBN: 978-3-319-53158-8 (Print) 978-3-319-53160-1 (Online)

Table of contents (28 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xiii

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    Pages 1-17

    Archaeology and Palaeolandscapes of the Continental Shelf: An Introduction

  3. Techniques and Strategies

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      Pages 19-19

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      Pages 21-37

      Survey Strategies and Techniques in Underwater Geoarchaeological Research: An Overview with Emphasis on Prehistoric Sites

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      Pages 39-51

      Relative Sea Level Rise, Palaeotopography and Transgression Velocity on the Continental Shelf

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      Pages 53-63

      Joint Explorations of the Sunken Past: Examples of Maritime Archaeological Collaboration Between Industry and Academia in the Baltic

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      Pages 65-84

      The Late Mesolithic Site of Falden, Denmark: Results from Underwater Archaeological Fieldwork and a Strategy for Capacity-Building Based on the SPLASHCOS Mission

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      Pages 85-102

      Atlit-Yam: A Unique 9000 Year Old Prehistoric Village Submerged off the Carmel Coast, Israel – The SPLASHCOS Field School (2011)

  4. Underwater Archaeological Sites

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 103-103

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      Pages 105-130

      Submerged Pottery Neolithic Settlements off the Coast of Israel: Subsistence, Material Culture and the Development of Separate Burial Grounds

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      Pages 131-143

      Hjarnø Sund: An Eroding Mesolithic Site and the Tale of two Paddles

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      Pages 145-154

      Fished up from the Baltic Sea: A New Ertebølle Site near Stohl Cliff, Kiel Bay, Germany

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      Pages 155-163

      Investigations of Submerged Palaeoshorelines in the Kiel Fjord

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      Pages 165-175

      Submerged Settlement in the Öresund, Western Scania, Southernmost Sweden

  5. Underwater Landscapes and Archaeology

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 177-177

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      Pages 179-195

      Prospecting for Holocene Palaeolandscapes in the Sound of Harris, Outer Hebrides

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      Pages 197-209

      Early Holocene Landscape Development and Baltic Sea History Based on High-Resolution Bathymetry and Lagoonal Sediments in the Hanö Bay, Southern Sweden

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      Pages 211-222

      Tributaries of the Elbe Palaeovalley: Features of a Hidden Palaeolandscape in the German Bight, North Sea

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      Pages 223-231

      The Wadden Sea of North-West Germany: An Intertidal Environment of High Archaeological Research Potential

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      Pages 233-253

      Sacred Landscapes and Changing Sea Levels: New Interdisciplinary Data from the Early Neolithic to the Present in South-Eastern Sicily

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      Pages 255-266

      Archaeological Potential of the Anchialine Caves in Croatia

  6. Landscapes of the Continental Shelf and Human Dispersals

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      Pages 267-267

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      Pages 269-283

      The Role of the Submerged Prehistoric Landscape in Ground-Truthing Models of Human Dispersal During the Last Half Million Years

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      Pages 285-303

      The Northern Coasts of Doggerland and the Colonisation of Norway at the End of the Ice Age

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      Pages 305-319

      Doggerland and the Lost Frontiers Project (2015–2020)

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