Red Sea V: Navigated spaces, connected places

The fifth in the biennial conference series on the Red Sea was held at Exeter University 16-19 September 2010. The conference addressed themes of movement, navigation and land/seascape on the Red Sea, including:
Maritime networks, seafaring, navigation and ports . Boatbuilding traditions and technologies . Trade and material contact across the sea . Sacred space and pilgrimage . Identity among maritime communities The proceedings of the conference have been published in the BFSA Monograph Series:

Dionisius A. Agius, John P. Cooper, Athena Trakadas, & Chiara Zazzaro (eds),
Navigated Spaces, Connected Places. Proceedings of Red Sea Project V held at the University of Exeter, September 2010. (British Foundation for the Study of Arabia Monographs, No. 12). Oxford: Archaeopress (BAR S2346), 2012. ISBN 978-1-4073-0929-3. £42.00

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