I wonder whether the term 'harbour' is rather restrictive when considering the matter you pursue.
The term harbour implies a coastal or esturine location. The Vikings are known for their use of navigable rivers and many known sites of Viking origin are found inland on major rivers. Perhaps Viking wharfs or riverside docks should also be terms inclusive in your research.
From: Mathias Blobel <[log in to unmask]>
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Subject: Re: [BRITARCH] Viking Age Harbours
thank you everyone for your suggestions. There's some interesting stuff there!
Eve, I'd be glad if you could put me in contact with the Sedgeford Historical and Archaeological Research Project.
And thank you everyone who "cast the net a bit wider". I'm actually looking at Viking Age harbour structures in all of the Scandinavian area of influence. I have quite a collection of sites now but it's always possible I overlooked some.
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