The Humber, its sewn-plank boats, their context and the significance of it all.

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Title: The Humber, its sewn-plank boats, their context and the significance of it all.
Author: Van de Noort, Robert
Citation: In: Clark. P., (ed.). 'The Dover Bronze Age Boat in Context: Society and Water Transport in Prehistoric Europe'. Oxford: Oxbow books: pp. 90-98.
Publisher: Oxbow Books
Date Issued: 2004
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10036/29575
Links: www.oxbowbooks.com
Type: Meetings and Proceedings
Description: Reproduced with permission of the publisher. © Oxbow Books and the individual authors, 2004.
Keywords: Humbersewn-plank boatsmaritime archaeologyprehistoric
ISBN: 1-84217-139-9


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