Ships and maritime landscapes: Proceedings of the Thirteenth International Symposium on Boat and Ship Archaeology, Amsterdam 2012

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Jerzy Gawronski, André van Holk, Joost Schokkenbroek
Barkhuis, 30 jun. 2017 - 544 pagina's
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This volume gathers 88 contributions related to the theme 'Ships and Maritime Landscapes' of the Thirteenth International Symposium on Boat and Ship Archaeology (ISBSA 13) held in Amsterdam on the 7th to 12th October 2012. The articles include both papers and poster presentations by experts in the field of nautical archaeology, history of ships and shipbuilding, and naval architecture. The contributions deal not only with the theme of maritime landscapes but also with a variety of ship related subjects, like regional watercraft, construction and typology, material applications and design, outfitting, reconstruction and current research.
 

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Ships for ships sake? Flipping the label From ships and landscapes to landscapes and ships 19972012
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Cities and oceans The urban development of 16th and 17thcentury Amsterdam and maritime culture
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Ships society maritime space and identity Or the agency of power vernacular boats and bacteria
21
EuroAmerican shipwrecks in the indigenous landscape of the Arctic Alaska
29
Armenian merchants in the Indian Ocean in the 17th and 18th centuries
35
Maritime landscapes The relation between the submerged geological and economical landscape ships
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Excavations at Three Quays House by the Tower in the heart of medieval Londons shipwrights quarter
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Maritime regionalism in the Mediterranean maritime landscape
59
New Roman shipwrecks from Isola Sacra Rome Italy
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4O The Roman Ouest Giraglia 2 shipwreck Corsica France An architectural study and some thoughts
267
Transport with class The large Nordic cargo ship from Karschau near Schleswig Germany
273
Construction technique of the Yenikapi 20 shipwreck found in the Harbour of Theodosius Istanbul Turkey
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The medieval Utrecht ship type Blending boatbuilding traditions in the cultural landscape of Europes
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The devil is in the detail The dilemma with classification and typology
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A 15thcentury shipwreck with Scandinavian features from Bremen Germany
315
Camber in sails of the 17th century A reconstruction of nonpreserved features
325

Ship iconography on the Penteskouphia pinakes from Archaic Corinth Greece Pottery industry
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1O The Zuiderzee the Netherlands Highway fishing ground and power landscape
73
Physical and digital modelling of the Newport medieval ship original hull form England
79
Crossing the river Ferries as part of the maritime landscape of the river Main Germany
95
The Aanloop Molengat site Wadden Sea the Netherlands and Europe anno 1635 The historical
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a spatial analysis of shipwrecks in the province of Flevoland the Netherlands
126
Big and small business The Mediterranean trade relations of Antiphellos Kaş Turkey
139
Sea journeys and ships of the Roman emperors
156
The two shipwrecks of La Natière SaintMalo France An archaeological contribution to the Atlantic
171
The ubiquitous huri Maritime ethnography archaeology and history in the western Indian Ocean
185
the forgotten fleet
193
The moliceiros of the Ria of Aveiro Portugal A case study of nautical ethnography
200
Use and tradition of the currach in the 21st century Ireland
206
The Libro dinavigar A new treatise on Venetian shipbuilding from the 14th century
215
The oar system of the Venetian Quinquereme
224
Moulds and architectural signs in the skeleton first construction A methodology to reconstruct
230
Structural design stress of materials and repair costs Some reflections about the repairs of the triereis
239
The curious case of the DeWitte Oliphant of 1755
245
The Nydam ship finds Denmark and the crystallization of North European shipbuilding tradition
251
Ship timber as a basis for environmental and cultural interpretations
331
A Sticky Business Characterizing nonwooden shipbuilding materials using intensive analytical techniques
339
The Plaza Nueva boat Seville Spain Preliminary notes on hull details
347
an introduction
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Emergency recording October 2004April 2005 of the barque Neptune Geneva Switzerland
363
The Roskilde 6 ship Denmark Reconstructing the longest warship find of the Viking
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6O The ArlesRhône 3 project Arles France From the excavation and raising of a GalloRoman barge
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Marine life associated with the Ruea Mail wreck near Mannok Island Thailand
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The hull of the 16thcentury Venetian shipwreck off the Island of Mljet Croatia
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The Archaic Greek sewn boat from Gela Sicily Italy Some notes on the hull construction
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The Zeepaard and the Blind Harbour wreck Investigations of two 17thcentury wrecks in Broadhaven
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Mapping two shipwrecks in the Fehmarn Belt Baltic Sea Results of geophysical surveys prior
423
The Ghost Ship Gotska Sandón Island Sweden Deepwater archaeology in the Baltic
439
Tracing The Ghost Ship Sweden Can the hoekman reveal her construction date and origin?
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The Dor 2006 shipwreck Haifa Israel Construction details and tradition
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The Mandeh shipwreck and some other maritime sites from the Dutch colonial period on West Sumatras
490
An 18thcentury Dutch cargo ship in the eastern part of the Gulf of Finland Baltic Sea
508
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