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Overview page. Subjects: Maritime History.

The condition of a sailing vessel which is obliged, because of heavy weather, to heave to under bare poles with its helm a-lee in order to ride out the storm.

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Deep-Submergence Archaeology

Shelley Wachsmann.

in The Oxford Handbook of Maritime Archaeology

December 2013; p ublished online September 2012 .

Article. Subjects: Archaeological Methodology and Techniques. 13868 words.

Coastal waters represent the greatest danger to ships and seafarers, as ships are most commonly lost at the intersection of water and shore. Ships sinking in deep water undergo a gradual...

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Recent Advances in Post-excavation Documentation, Reconstruction, and Experimental Maritime Archaeology

Morten Ravn, Vibeke Bischoff, Anton Englert and Søren Nielsen.

in The Oxford Handbook of Maritime Archaeology

December 2013; p ublished online September 2012 .

Article. Subjects: Archaeological Methodology and Techniques. 6648 words.

This article provides a description of advances in post-excavation documentation and reconstruction. Experimental maritime archaeology is multidisciplinary by nature. The path from wreck to...

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Shipwreck Reconstruction Based on the Archaeological Record: Mediterranean Whole-Molding and the Kitten Wreck Case Study

Kroum N. Batchvarov.

in The Oxford Handbook of Maritime Archaeology

December 2013; p ublished online September 2012 .

Article. Subjects: Archaeological Methodology and Techniques. 7854 words.

This article gives a case study based on the archaeological evidence of the wrecks from Catalonia, Yassiada, Sardineaux, and Kitten. It gives the description of the hull and the process of...

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Deep-Submergence Archaeology

Shelley Wachsmann.

in The Oxford Handbook of Maritime Archaeology

August 2011; p ublished online September 2012 .

Article. Subjects: Archaeology; Archaeological Methodology and Techniques. 14150 words.

Coastal waters represent the greatest danger to ships and seafarers, as ships are most commonly lost at the intersection of water and shore. Ships sinking in deep water undergo a gradual...

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Recent Advances in Post-excavation Documentation, Reconstruction, and Experimental Maritime Archaeology

Morten Ravn, Vibeke Bischoff, Anton Englert and Søren Nielsen.

in The Oxford Handbook of Maritime Archaeology

August 2011; p ublished online September 2012 .

Article. Subjects: Archaeology; Archaeological Methodology and Techniques. 6678 words.

This article provides a description of advances in post-excavation documentation and reconstruction. Experimental maritime archaeology is multidisciplinary by nature. The path from wreck to...

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Shipwreck Reconstruction Based on the Archaeological Record: Mediterranean Whole-Molding and the Kitten Wreck Case Study

Kroum N. Batchvarov.

in The Oxford Handbook of Maritime Archaeology

August 2011; p ublished online September 2012 .

Article. Subjects: Archaeology; Archaeological Methodology and Techniques. 7892 words.

This article gives a case study based on the archaeological evidence of the wrecks from Catalonia, Yassiada, Sardineaux, and Kitten. It gives the description of the hull and the process of...

Go to Oxford Handbooks Online »  abstract