Ships of the Port of London

    SubTitle

    First to eleventh centuries AD
    Ships of the Port of London large image 1
        Paperback / softback

        Publication Date

        31 Jan 1996

        Summary

        Using evidence from the vessels, from the waterfronts, and from trade goods the author reconstructs the design and use of these ancient ships used in the port of London from the 1st to 11th century AD.
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        9920545

        Main Summary

          This report is the first full study of the remains of ships and boats used in the port of London from the first to the eleventh century AD.  Using evidence from the vessels, from the waterfronts, and from trade goods, Peter Marsden has reconstructed the design and use fo these ancient ships, and brought together for the first time the accumulated evidence of over 30 years of archaeolgoical research.

          Additional Information

          Series

          Archaeological Reports

          Author

          Peter Marsden

          Publishing Status

          Active

          Size

          290mm

          Number of Illustrations

          175

          Number of Pages

          238

          ISBN

          9781850744702

          Contents

            List of figures

            List of tables

            Acknowledgements

            Introduction

            1 The port from the mid first to the mid third centuries

            2 Blackfriars ship 1, 1962

            3 The New Guy’s House boat, 1958

            4 The port in the later third and fourth centuries

            5 The County Hall ship, 1910

            6 The port in the seventh to ninth centuries

            7 The port in the tenth to eleventh centuries

            8 Conclusions

            Appendices

            Summary

            Bibliography

            Index

            Reviews