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SUJET : Maritime Archaeology : A Technical Handbook

Maritime Archaeology : A Technical Handbook 02 Fév 2005 17:10 #148

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L’antenne du GRAN en Polynésie a reçu l’ouvrage de Jeremy Green (Western Australian Maritime Museum) :

Jeremy Green (2004) Maritime Archaeology : A Technical Handbook (second edition), Elsevier Academic Press, San Diego, 470 p.

This book not only asks (and answers) the question of what is maritime archaeology, but also forms a technical guide and reference for those working in the field. As practical guides go, this one is readable and clearly presented, and has also been revised and enlarged since the first edition published in 1989. Most of the structure of the book remains the same, apart from the loss of a chapter on conservation, with sections on searching, recording and excavating sites, site and project management, study, research and publication. However, as Jeremy Green acknowledges, things have moved on, and the increased use and potential of computers and GPS in maritime archaeology, in particular, are covered in detail.
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