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Boat mills in Europe from early medieval to modern times

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    Authors & editors

    Graf, Daniela [Author]
    Harverson, Michael (1937–2017)
    van der Drift, Leo

    Publisher TIMS
    Year of publication 2006
    Languages

    English (main text)

    Medium Book
    Edition1
    SeriesBibliotheca Molinologica
    No. in series19
    ISBN9783910008731
    Topics

    Wind & watermills by Region > Other Europe (not GB)
    Energy & power > Watermills

    Scope & contentA study on the history of the use of water power and its importance in Europe. Contains descriptions and diagrams of watermills, explaining their development from early medieval to modern times. Records the known locations of boat mills in Europe, including descriptions.
    KeywordsStrong focus on the rivers of West and Cenrtral Europe, including the rivers Rhine, Main, Mosel, Lahn, Nahe, Ijssel, Maas, Wall, Elbe, Mulde, Danube, Rhone, Saone, Dounbs

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    Accession no. 21778

    • Shelf location: F426-GRA
    • Donor: TIMS

    Divisions within this publication

    • 1: Introduction
    • 2: Water power
    • 3: The mill - laws, traditions and legends
    • 4: Sources
    • 5: Known location of boat mills in Europe
    • 6: Historical and geographical classification of the boat mill
    • 7: Environmental conditions contributing to the introduction of boat mills and to different types of construction
    • 8: Typology of boat mills in various parts of Europe
    • 9: A comparison with previous typological tables
    • 10: Components and mooring of boat mills
    • 11: Other materials processed on boat mills
    • 12: Accidents involving boat mills
    • 13: Archaeological finds
    • 14: Preserved boat mills
    • 15: Reconstructed boat mills with a new function
    • 16: Gazetteer
    • 17: Maps
    • 18: Bibliography

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