Cultural Studies in Maritime and Underwater Archaeology

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This new series embraces all forms of theory in maritime and underwater archaeology (including inland rivers, lakes and waterways) that increases understanding of maritime cultural practices and identities in the past. The geographical scope of the series is global, with contributions from all regions of the world and from all time periods, from the Palaeolithic to the modern world.

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Le patrimoine subaquatique du lac Titicaca, Bolivie
Utilisation et perception de l’espace lacustre durant la période Tiwanaku (500-1150 PCN)
£65.00
Author:
Christophe Delaere
Publication Year:
2020
Language:
French
Paperback:
336 pages, Illustrated throughout in colour and black and white. 176 figures.
ISBN:
9781407356563
BAR number:
S2966
Sub Title:
Utilisation et perception de l’espace lacustre durant la période Tiwanaku (500-1150 PCN)
Sub-series name:
Cultural Studies in Maritime and Underwater Archaeology, 1
Ce livre propose de réexaminer l’étude de l’occupation du basin lacustre du lac Titicaca durant la période Tiwanaku (500-1150 PCN) en développant le concept... More
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