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Medieval boats and ships of Germany, the Low Countries, and northeast France – archaeological evidence for shipbuilding traditions, shipbuilding resources, trade, and communication
Van de Moortel, A. (2011). Medieval boats and ships of Germany, the Low Countries, and northeast France – archaeological evidence for shipbuilding traditions, shipbuilding resources, trade, and communication. Siedlungs- und Küstenforschung im südlichen Nordseegebiet = Settlement and Coastal Research in the Southern North Sea Region 34: 67-104
In: Siedlungs- und Küstenforschung im südlichen Nordseegebiet = Settlement and Coastal Research in the Southern North Sea Region. Marie Leidorf: Rahden/Westf.. ISSN 1867-2744, more

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    Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, Northeast France, Southern North Sea coast, Middle Ages, Shipwreck archaeology, Shipbuilding, Ship types, Water transport

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  • Van de Moortel, A.

Abstract
    This paper presents an analysis of the medieval boatbuilding traditions found in Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, and northeast France, and the various different vessels the produced in response to changing resources and economic developments. This study is based primarily on the physical remains of ships and boats, with occasional references to the iconographic and historical record.

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