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書名 La Belle : the archaeology of a seventeenth-century ship of New World colonization / edited by James E. Bruseth, Amy A. Borgens, Bradford M. Jones, and Eric D. Ray ; foreword by Patricia A. Mercado-Allinger
出版項 College Station : Texas A&M University Press, [2017]
國際標準書號 9781623493615
book jacket
館藏地 索書號 處理狀態 OPAC 訊息 條碼
 傅斯年圖書館西文巨冊書  WX F392.M4 L116 2017    在架上    30530001270289
 人文社會聯圖  F392.M4 L23 2017    在架上    30600020111028
版本 First edition
說明 xix, 892 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), color maps ; 29 cm
text rdacontent
unmediated rdamedia
volume rdacarrier
系列 Ed Rachal Foundation nautical archaeology series
Ed Rachal Foundation nautical archaeology series
附註 Includes bibliographical references (pages 841-871) and index
PART I: Introduction. Background / James E. Bruseth -- Archival research / John De Bry -- Excavation inside a cofferdam / Layne Hedrick, Amy Mitchell-Cook, and James E. Bruseth -- Conservation / Donny L. Hamilton, Helen Dewolf, and Peter D. Fix -- PART II: Ship design, organiztion, and hardware. Hull Analysis / Toni L. Carrell -- Capturing the curve: underlying concepts in the design of the hull / Taras Pevny -- Rigging / Catharine Inbody Corder -- Cordage / Jennifer R. McCaskill -- Modeling the Vessel / Glenn Grieco -- Galley and shipboard diet / Eric D. Ray -- Stowage and packing containers / Brad Loewen -- Navigational and related instruments / Gregory D. Cook and Lois A. Swanick -- PART III: Arms. Artillery / Donald H. Keith -- Cannon carriage / Steven D. Hoyt -- Petards / Donald H. Keith and Eric D. Ray -- Firepots / Eric D. Ray and Julia Stryker -- Small arms / Amy A. Borgens and Jay C. Blaine -- Gunflints / Jeffrey J. Durst -- Iron and lead shot / Donald H. Keith -- Swords / Jeffrey J. Kampfl -- Polearms / Donald H. Keith -- PART IV: Trade goods. Glass beads / Timothy K. Perttula and Michael D. Glascock -- Iconographic ("Jesuit") and other rings / Robert A. Birmingham and Carol I. Mason -- Flushloop variety brass trade bells / John M. Connaway -- Straight pins / Bradford M. Jones -- Needles / Bradford M. Jones -- Trade axes and knives / Mark Feulner -- PART V: Domestic items. Ceramic containers / Kathleen K. Gilmore and Nancy G. Reese -- Glass bottles, associated pewter screw cap closures, and other non-bead glass artifacts / Maureen J. Brown, Nancy G. Reese, and Betty J. Inman -- Contents of Packing Box 10 / Michael C. West -- Domestic artifacts / Gregory A. Waselkov, Bonnie L. Gums, and Helen Dewolf -- Footwear assemblage / Anthony Randolph -- PART VI: Organic remains and specialized analyses. Human skeletal analysis / D. Gentry Steele and Michelle J. Raisor -- Facial reconstruction and DNA analysis of skeletal remains / C. Wayne Smith, Ellen M. Heath, D. Andrew Merriwether, and David Reed -- Faunal remains / Susan D. Defrance -- Plant remains / Philip Dering -- Textiles / Carolyn C. Carlson -- Pigments / Megan Mekoli, Eric D. Ray, and Cameron Sheya -- Organic contents from storage containers / David W. Von Endt, W. David Erhardt, Walter R. Hopwood, and Harry A. Alden -- PART VII: Comclusion. The archaeology of a seventeenth-century ship of New World colonization / James E. Bruseth, Bradford M. Jones, Amy A. Borgens, and Eric D. Ray -- Appendix 1. Ballast stone / James E. Bruseth -- Appendix 2. The anchor shank / Amy A. Borgens and Aaron Loy
The complete technical and scientific report on one of the most important shipwrecks in North American history . . . In 1995, Texas Historical Commission underwater archaeologists discovered the wreck of the La Salle's La Belle, remnant of an ill-fated French attempt to establish a colony at the mouth of the Mississippi River but landing instead along today's Matagorda Bay in Texas. For the next two years, the Commission uncovered the ship's remains under the direction of archaeologist James E. Bruseth and employing a team of archaeologists and volunteers. Amid the shallow waters of Matagorda Bay, a steel cofferdam was constructed around the site, creating one of the most complex nautical archaeological excavations ever attempted in North America and allowing the archaeologists to excavate the sunken wreck much as if it were located on dry land. The ship's hold was discovered full of everything the would-be colonists would need to establish themselves in the New World; more than 1.6 million artifacts were recovered from the site. More than two decades in the making due to the immensity of the find and the complexity of cataloging and conserving the artifacts, this book thoroughly documents one of the most significant North American archaeological discoveries of the twentieth century
主題 La Salle, Robert Cavelier, sieur de, 1643-1687
La Belle (Frigate)
Shipwrecks -- Texas -- Matagorda Bay
Underwater archaeology -- Texas -- Matagorda Bay
Excavations (Archaeology) -- Texas -- Matagorda Bay
Matagorda Bay (Tex.) -- Antiquities
Texas -- Discovery and exploration -- French
Alt Author Bruseth, James E., editor
Borgens, Amy, editor
Jones, Bradford M., editor
Ray, Eric D., editor
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