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100 1  Blue, Lucy 
245 10 Connected by the Sea :|bProceedings of the Tenth 
       International Symposium on Boat and Ship Archaeology, 
       Denmark 2003 
264  1 Havertown :|bOxbow Books, Limited,|c2006 
264  4 |c©2016 
300    1 online resource (337 pages) 
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505 0  Intro -- List of Contributors -- Preface -- Keynote 
       address: An international forum for nautical research 1976
       -2003 -- Seán McGrail: Walking on water: Maritime 
       archaeology by air, land and sea -- A. Experimental 
       Archaeology -- Chapter 1: Experimental archaeology and 
       ships - principles, problems and examples -- Chapter 2: 
       Experimental boat archaeology: Has it a future? -- Chapter
       3: Experimental archaeology at the Viking Ship Museum in 
       Roskilde -- Chapter 4: History written in tool marks -- 
       Chapter 5: Reconstruction of rope for the copy of 
       Skuldelev 2: Rope in the Viking Period -- Chapter 6: Trial
       voyages as a method of experimental archaeology: The 
       aspect of speed -- Chapter 7: An example of experimental 
       archaeology and the construction of a full-scale research 
       model of the Cavalière ship's hull -- Chapter 8: 
       Reconstruction of the large Borobudur outrigger sailing 
       craft -- Chapter 9: The construction and trials of a half-
       scale model of the Early Bronze Age ship, Ferriby 1, to 
       assess the capability of the full-size ship -- Chapter 10:
       The value of experimental archaeology for reconstructing 
       ancient seafaring -- Chapter 11: The Pacific migrations by
       canoe-form craft -- B. Theoretical issues in the 
       construction of ships -- Chapter 12: New light on the 
       false clinkers in ancient Mediterranean shipbuilding -- 
       Chapter 13: A preliminary report on the hull 
       characteristics of the Gallo-Roman EP1-Taillebourg wreck 
       (Charente-Maritime, France): archaeological evidence of 
       regional practices of ancient flat-bottomed construction? 
       -- Chapter 14: The Dor 2001/1 wreck, Dor/Tantura Lagoon, 
       Israel: Preliminary Report -- Chapter 15: A hypothesis on 
       the development of Mediterranean ship construction from 
       Antiquity to the Late Midde Ages -- Chapter 16: Geometric 
       rules in early medieval ships: Evidence from the Bozburun 
       and Serçe Limani vessels 
505 8  Chapter 17: Oak growing, hull design and framing style. 
       The Cavalaire-sur-Mer wreck, c. 1479 -- Chapter 18: Ship 
       design in Holland in the eighteenth century -- Chapter 19:
       Archaeobotanical characterisation of three ancient, sewn, 
       Mediterranean shipwrecks -- Chapter 20: Coating, sheathing,
       caulking and luting in ancient shipbuilding -- C. Between 
       land and sea -- Chapter 21: Roman techniques for the 
       transport and conservation of fish: the case of the 
       Fiumicino 5 wreck -- Chapter 22: Land and sea connections:
       the Kastro rock-cut site (Lemnos Island, Aegean Sea, 
       Greece) -- Chapter 23: Local boat-building traditions in 
       the Bristol region -- Chapter 24: The harbour of Haiðaby -
       - Chapter 25: Money, port and ships from a Schleswig point
       of view -- Chapter 26: Inland water transport in the Pre-
       Roman and Roman Iron Age in Northern Germany and its role 
       in intra- and intercultural communication -- Chapter 27: 
       Staraya Ladoga: a seaport in medieval Russia -- Chapter 28
       : The APES Archaeological Study: The North Carolina Sounds,
       an interface between land and sea -- D. Long distance 
       seafaring and the connections between cultures -- Chapter 
       29: The ends of the earth: maritime technology transfer in
       remote maritime communities -- Chapter 30: The ships that 
       connected people and the people that commuted by ships: 
       The western Baltic case-study -- Chapter 31: Early cogs, 
       Jutland boatbuilders, and the connection between East and 
       West before AD 1250. -- Chapter 32: Couronian ship 
       building, navigation and contacts with Scandinavia -- E. 
       Historical, Iconographic and Ethnographic sources and 
       approaches -- Chapter 33: From Carl Reinhold Berch to Nils
       Månsson Mandelgren: On the concept of maritime history, 
       (Sw. sjöhistoria), and its meanings in Sweden since the 
       latter 18th century -- Chapter 34: Ships and subsidies 
505 8  Chapter 35: Sea-lanes of communication: Language as a tool
       for nautical archaeology -- Chapter 36: Medieval shipping 
       in the estuary of the Vistula River. Written sources in 
       the interpretation of archaeological finds -- Chapter 37: 
       Linking boats and rock carvings - Hjortspring and the 
       North -- Chapter 38: Aeneas' Sail: the iconography of 
       seafaring in the central Mediterranean region during the 
       Italian Final Bronze Age -- Chapter 39: Western European 
       design boat building in Buton (Sulawesi, Indonesia): a 
       "sequence of operations" approach (SOA) -- Chapter 40: 
       Balagarhi Dingi: An anthropological approach to 
       traditional technology -- F. News from the Baltic -- 
       Chapter 41: The Roskilde ships -- Chapter 42: Two double-
       planked wrecks from Poland -- Chapter 43: Mynden. A small 
       Danish frigate of the 18th century -- Chapter 44: The 
       wreck of a 16th/17th-century sailing ship near the Hel 
       Peninsula, Poland -- G. News from around the world -- 
       Chapter 45: Sewn boat timbers from the medieval Islamic 
       port of Quseir al-Qadim on the Red Sea coast of Egypt -- 
       Chapter 46: A Roman river barge from Sisak (Siscia), 
       Croatia -- Chapter 47: Contributions of maritime 
       archaeology to the study of an Atlantic port: Bordeaux and
       its reused boat timbers -- Chapter 48: A Roman barge with 
       an artefactual inventory from De Meern (the Netherlands) -
       - Chapter 49: The Arade 1 shipwreck. A small ship at the 
       mouth of the Arade River, Portugal -- Chapter 50: A Black 
       Sea merchantman -- Chapter 51: Medieval boats from the 
       port of Olbia, Sardinia, Italy 
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655  4 Electronic books 
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