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Sammelwerk  Boats, ships and shipyards, Proceedings of the ninth ISBSA, Venice, 2000
Beltrame, Carlo [Hrsg.]. - Oxford (2003)


Deskriptoren: Europa Sammelschriften Schiffahrt
Sprache: Englisch
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Inhalt

Buchbeitrag   

Maritime archaeology and the ISBSA - where to in the 21st century?
Hocker, Frederick Martin. • S. 1-6

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Nautical archaeology in Italy: past, present, and future
Beltrame, Carlo. • S. 7-9

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The arsenal of Venice and the art of building ships
Bondioli, Mauro. • S. 10-13

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The reconstruction of the "Ladby" ship - using a working spline model and computer
Bischoff, Vibeke. • S. 71-80

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Progress in the study of ancient shipsheds: a review
Blackman, David J.. • S. 81-90

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An early Roman boatyard at Mainz, Germany
Höckmann, Olaf. • S. 109-112

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Essay to Restore the Operating Process of a Shipyard in the Early Medieval Period: the Example of the Port Berteau II Wreck, Charente-Maritime, France
Rieth, Éric. • S. 113-118

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Nails for shipbuilding (13th - 20th centuries)
Ciciliot, Furio. • S. 119-123

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How were vessels designed before the late-medieval period?
McGrail, Seán. • S. 124-131

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The Hogendijk shipyard in Zaandam and the VOC shipyard Oostenburg in Amsterdam. Examples of recent archaeological slipway research in the Netherlands
Gawronski, Jerzy H. G.. • S. 132-143

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The Tyrrell's boatyard of Arklow, County Wicklow, Ireland
Tully, Darina. • S. 152-153

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A new look at the Utrecht ship
Moortel, Aleydis van de. • S. 183-189

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Investigation of traditional boatbuilding for the reconstruction of medieval Russian boats
Sorokin, Petr E.. • S. 190-194

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Wooden shipbuilding on Lake Constance before 1900
Hakelberg, Dietrich. • S. 195-200

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The sailing qualities of Venetian great galleys in the 15th century. Evidence of their influence on the development of sailing ships in the Atlantic area during the following century
Bellabarba, Sergio. • S. 201-211

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The Venetian merchant galley and the system of "Partisoni"- initial steps towards modern ship design
Alertz, Ulrich. • S. 212-221

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The art of designing and building Venetian galleys from the 15th to the 16th century
Bondioli, Mauro. • S. 222-227

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Reportage, representation and reality. the extent to which chronicle accounts and contemporary illustrations can be relied upon when discussing the tactics used in medieval galley warfare
Rose, Susan. • S. 228-232

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Les galéres de la vue de Venise de Jacopo de Barberi (1500)
Basch, Lucien. • S. 233-240

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Kadirga: a technical analysis of the sultan's galley
Arcak, Erkut. • S. 241-248

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Drachio in context
Lehmann, Louis Th.. • S. 249-252

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Variations on a theme: 11th century ship types of the north
Crumlin-Pedersen, Ole. • S. 253-260

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The boat "Puck 3" in the light of investigation of other Slavic boats from 9-14th century
Litwin, Jerzy. • S. 261-265

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The Szczecin vessel - a "crossroad" of shipbuilding traditions or a representative artifact of early medieval boatbuilding by western Slavs?
Indruszewski, George. • S. 266-272

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Large cargo vessels in Danish waters 1000-1250. Archaeological evidence for professional merchant seafaring before the hanseatic period.
Englert, Anton. • S. 273-280

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Remarks on the identification of medieval ship types in northern Europe
Welski, Timm. • S. 281-288

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Rare fragments of a 13th century clinker galley found in London and use of the Irish wildwoods for shipbuilding
Godburn, Damian. • S. 289-295

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Clenched lap-strake boat finds from the Netherlands, between 1200 and 1600
Holk, André F. L. van. • S. 296-305

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Illuminating ships: integrating the evidence from images and materials in medieval Europe
Flatman, Joe. • S. 306-309

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Squares and stripes: remarks about textiles archaeology and sails
Möller-Wiering, Susanne. • S. 310-313

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Ships and private shipyards through archaeological evidence of the wreck off La Natière (Saint-Malo, Brittany, France)
L'Hour, Michel. • S. 314-319

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The mysteries of a Baltic trader
Manders, Martijn R.. • S. 320-328

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Whipstaff and Helmsman: an account of the steering-gear of the Vasa
Pipping, Olof. • S. 329-333

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A comparison between the earliest testimonies of Venetian construction techniques and those of the present day
Penzo, Gilberto. • S. 339-346

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Slavonic boat reconstructions in the open air museum Gross Raden
Gülland, Trixi. • S. 357-362