The 2010-2011 Find Award results areannounced on page 2 with a selection of finds reported since the last issue on page 3.Discover how Protocol finds help EnglishHeritage (EH) to build a picture of themarine historic environment, throughMarion Page’s article on the NationalRecord for the Historic Environment (p8).
Welcome to Issue 10 of Dredged Up, thepopular newsletter of the BMAPA/TCE/EHProtocol Implementation Service.October marked the beginning of the newProtocol year and the 2010-2011 annualreport was published in December. Youcan download it, and all Protocol annualreports from:
This year’s report contains all the wharf reports produced during the 2010-2011Protocol reporting year, as well as twointeresting case studies on other industryprotocols that have developed out of theBMAPA/TCE/EH experience and anotheron faunal remains from the seabed.This issue discusses how Protocol finds canshed light on archaeologists’ understandingof submerged prehistoric landscapes aroundthe coast (p4-5). Plus an update on recentarchaeological work in the Area 240exclusion zone (p6).
Reconstruction of the River Arun landscape,now submerged beneath the English Channel
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from the past
Issue 10Archaeology Finds Reporting Service Newsletter
Dredging aggregate from Area 240