The Coastal Archaeology of Wales
edited by Andrew Davidson
The project was driven by the desire to allow proactive management of natural and man-made threats to the coast and the need to record the location, type and importance of the endangered archaeological resource. The chapters set out the definitions and methodologies of coastal archaeology, as well as describing the detailed chronological and thematic findings. The conclusion highlights the areas of particular significance and note the need for both continued research and the development of new techniques.
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