- Archaeology, Submarine
- Marine archaeology
- Maritime archaeology
- Nautical archaeology
- Submarine archaeology
Exact Matching Concepts from Other Schemes
- found: Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology, 2011.
- found: 2010022350: Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology, 2011 ("The study of maritime cultures by means of archaeology is not the same as underwater archaeology. Although it may often use the general methods of underwater archaeology, maritime archaeology does not include the archaeology of sinkholes, like Little Salt Spring and Wakulla Springs in Florida, with their Paleo-Indian and paleontological remains, or the cenotes of the Yucatan Peninsula, with their Maya deposits, or the lake dwellings in Poland, Italy, Germany, Switzerland, and elsewhere. Indeed, an argument might be made that maritime archaeology does not include riverine archaeology ... ")
- found: Wikipedia, May 27, 2010 (Maritime archaeology (also known as marine archaeology) is a discipline that studies human interaction with the sea, lakes and rivers through the study of vessels, shore side facilities, cargoes, human remains and submerged landscapes. One speciality is underwater archaeology, which studies the past through any submerged remains)
- found: About.com WWW homepage, May 27, 2010 (The study of ships and sea-faring is often called maritime or marine archaeology, and includes the underwater study of shipwrecks, but also the study of ancient voyages, inscriptions and written documents about sailing voyages and commerce, and ship construction)
- 1986-02-11: new
- 2010-07-07: revised
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