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作者 Orser, Charles E., author
書名 An archaeology of the English Atlantic world, 1600-1700 / Charles E. Orser, Jr., Vanderbilt University
出版項 Cambridge, United Kingdom ; New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2018
國際標準書號 9781107130487
1107130484
9781107571464 (paperback)
1107571464 (paperback)
book jacket
館藏地 索書號 處理狀態 OPAC 訊息 條碼
 傅斯年圖書館西文圖書區  CC77.H5 O76 2018    在架上    30530001322890
說明 xvi, 486 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
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附註 "This book represents the culmination of over twenty years of person research into whether historical archaeology, as a study of post-1500 history, can contribute to broad-scale analyses having global significance. The most salient inquiries of this archaeology are: can historical archaeology add to what scholars know about the development of our modern, Western world and beyond? And if so, how might this be accomplished? This book sets out to address these questions and to provide one path toward making historical archaeology relevant as a field engaged in examining the development of the today's world."--Preface
Includes bibliographical references (pages 399-470) and index
Foundations of the seventeenth-century English Atlantic world -- Archaeology and the seventeenth-century English Atlantic world -- The material world of seventeenth-century England -- The material worlds of seventeenth-century Ireland, coastal Africa, and eastern native America -- The seventeenth-century English Atlantic world -- Atlantic material culture: boats, ships, and navigation -- Tracing the ideological haunts in the seventeenth-century English world -- The fixed material world of the seventeenth-century English Atlantic -- The portable material world of the seventeenth-century English Atlantic -- Archaeology and early modern history -- Archaeology and the modern world
"On February 25, 1577, the first vestiges of daylight began to streak across the eastern horizon off the tiny island of Chapera, one of two hundred islets making up the Pearl Island archipelago in Panama Bay. As he rose and scanned the ocean as part of his morning ritual, 40-year old Diego de Sotomayor noticed an unfamiliar speck bobbing in the growing daylight. Observing the object as it grew closer, Sotomayor realized that one of his worse fears may have come true. Approaching in a small, open boat was a company of strangers. Sotomayor knew he could not protect his family--his wife, their children, and his wife's parents--if the visitors were English."-- Provided by publisher
主題 Archaeology and history -- Atlantic Ocean Region
Excavations (Archaeology) -- Atlantic Ocean Region
Great Britain -- Colonies -- Atlantic Ocean Region -- History -- 17th century
Great Britain -- Colonies -- Atlantic Ocean Region -- History -- 18th century
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