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The Central Places of Albemarle Sound : Examining Transitional Maritime Economies Through Archaeological Site Distribution
(East Carolina University, 2011)
Historical evidence shows that the Albemarle Sound region has a long history of maritime trade. As technologies improved, early settlers moved beyond simple subsistence farming to expand extensive maritime trade networks ...
The Bay Of Storms And Tavern Of The Seas : Risk In The Maritime Cultural Landscape Of The Harbor At Cape Town, South Africa
(East Carolina University, 2015)
South Africa's connection with the sea is most prevalent in its founding harbor at Cape Town. Until the opening of the Suez Canal, the passage around the Cape of Good Hope via Table Bay represented the most important oceanic ...
Going on the Account : Examining Golden Age Pirates as a Distinct Culture Through Artifact Patterning
(East Carolina University, 2014)
Pirates of the Golden Age (1650-1726) have become the stuff of legend. The way they looked and acted has been variously recorded through the centuries, slowly morphing them into the pirates of today's fiction. Yet, many ...