International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 42/2
Segnaliamo l'uscita di un nuovo numero dell'International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, la prestigiosa rivista di archeologia marittima pubblicata sin dal 1972 dalla Nautical Archaeology Society.
Di seguito segnaliamo, come di consueto, la lista dei contributi:
International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 42/2 - sept.2013
Mapping Submerged Archaeological Sites using Stereo-Vision Photogrammetry (pages 243–256); Jon Henderson, Oscar Pizarro, Matthew Johnson-Roberson and Ian MahonSurvey Results from Lagos Bay, Portugal (pages 257–269); Tiago Miguel FragaGraphical Reconstruction and Comparison of Royal Boat Iconography from the Causeway of the Egyptian King Sahure (c.2487–2475 BC) (pages 270–285); Samuel MarkThe Shipwrecks of Xlendi Bay, Gozo, Malta (pages 286–295); Elaine AzzopardiFragments of Boats from the Canale Anfora of Aquileia, Italy, and Comparison of Sewn-Plank Ships in the Roman Era (pages 296–304); Carlo Beltrame and Dario GaddiThe Byzantine-Period Dor 2006 Shipwreck, Israel: preliminary hull construction report (pages 305–325); Rika Navri, Yaacov Kahanov and Deborah CvikelHigh-Resolution 3D Marine Seismic Investigation of Hedeby Harbour, Germany (pages 326–336); Christof Mueller, Susanne Woelz and Sven KalmringMedieval Carved Ship Images Found in Nordic Churches: the poor man's votive ships? (pages 337–347); Christer WesterdahlEarly Modern Merchant Ships, Nicolaes Witsen and a Dutch-Flush Index (pages 348–357); Thijs J. MaarleveldA Basque Shipyard Design Method of the Late 19th and Early 20th Centuries, and its Relationship to Non-graphic Hull Design of the 15th Century (pages 358–364); Juan Pablo Olaberria and Iñaki OlaizolaThe Western River Steamboat Heroine, 1832–1838, Oklahoma, USA: excavations, summary of finds, and history (pages 365–381); Kevin Crisman, William B. Lees and John DavisThe Mechanism and Kinetics of In Situ Conservation of Iron Cannon on Shipwreck Sites (pages 382–391); Ian D. MacLeodBritish Postal Packet Hanover, 1757: a legal history (pages 392–402); Paul Fletcher-Tomenius, Dave Parham and Michael WilliamsNotesBritish Postal Packet Hanover, 1757: salvage and archaeology (pages 403–412); David Parham, Chris Underwood and Ruth Rhynas BrownRecording and Documenting the Underwater Cultural Heritage of Hong Kong, Stage 1: a community maritime archaeology project (pages 412–419); Bill Jeffery, Marco Li-Hen Li, Peggy Pui-Kee Wong, Lydia Wing-Chi Ho, Tammy Sau-Man Chan, Grace Sin-Man Chow and Rick Kei-Yip Chan
Shipwrecks of the Syrian Coast (pages 419–425); Sarah M. KampbellA Bronze Swivel-Falcone from a 16th-Century Venetian Galley found off Candia, Crete (pages 426–429);Carlo BeltrameThree Boats from Northern Russia in Norwegian Museums (pages 429–434); Arne Emil ChristensenOn the Transition from Shell to Skeleton (pages 434–438); Patrice Pomey, Yaacov Kahanov and Eric RiethA Viking Age Clench-Nail Tool from Sigtuna, Sweden (page 438); Rune EdbergBook reviewsThe Ancient Sailing Season – By James Beresford (page 439); A. J. ParkerBeyond the Blue Horizon: how the earliest mariners unlocked the secrets of the oceans – By Brian Fagan (pages 439–441); John RobinsonThe Gurob Ship-cart Model and its Mediterranean Context – By Shelley Wachsmann (pages 441–442); Patrice PomeyA Categorisation and Examination of Egyptian Ships and Boats from the Rise of the Old to the End of the Middle Kingdom – By Michael Allen Stephens (pages 442–443); Damian RobinsonCanoes of the Grand Ocean – Edited by Anne Di Piazza and Erik Peartree (pages 443–445); Seán McGrailThe Archaeology of Maritime Landscapes – Edited by Ben Ford (pages 445–447); Paula MartinWetland Archaeology and Beyond: theory and practice – By Francesco Menotti (pages 447–449); Panagiota MarkoulakiAncient Nets and Fishing Gear. Proceedings of the International Workshop on ‘Nets and Fishing Gear in Classical Antiquity: a first approach’, Cádiz, November 15–17, 2007 – Edited by Tǿnnes Bekker-Nielson and Darío Bernal Casasola (pages 449–450); Julia StraussSmakkerup Huse: a late Mesolithic coastal site in northwest Zealand, Denmark – Edited by T. Douglas Price and Anne Birgitte Gebauer (pages 451–453); David TomalinBeing an Islander: production and identity at Quoygrew, Orkney, AD 900–1600 – Edited by James H. Barrett (pages 453–454); Joe FlatmanSurvey Report of the Waters of Mado: section II – Edited by Nrimch (pages 454–456); Charlotte HorlyckThe Channel Islands 1370–1640: between England and Normandy – By Tim Thornton (pages 456–457);Susan RoseSkjernøysund 3 Wreck: fieldwork report 2011 – Edited by Jens Auer and Thijs Maarleveld (pages 457–458); Staffan von ArbinA Swedish Man-of-War in Dutch Waters: an archaeological field evaluation of the wreck of the Sophia Albertina – By Alice Overmeer (pages 458–459); Jens AuerLost at Sea, Rediscovered – By Toimittajat Eero Ehanti, Johanna Aartomaa, Irma Lounatvuori and Erik Tirkkonen (pages 459–461); Jens AuerThe Sailing Frigate: a history in ship models – By Robert Gardiner (pages 461–462); Colin MartinEl Naufragio de la HMS Swift 1770: arqueología marítima en la Patagonia – By Dolores Elkin, Cristian Murray, Ricardo Bastida, Mónica Grosso, Amaru Argüeso, Damián Vainstub, Chris Underwood and Nicolás Ciarlo (pages 462–464); Marnix PietersCaptain Cook: master of the seas – By Frank McLynn (pages 464–465); Nigel Rigby
The British and Vis: war in the Adriatic 1805–1815 – By Malcolm Scott Hardy (page 465); Andrew LambertKaigun: strategy, tactics and technology in the Imperial Japanese Navy, 1887–1941 – By David C. Evans and Mark R. Peattie (pages 466–467); Andrew LambertFinal Report on SS City of Launceston (1863–1865), an Inter-colonial Steamship Wrecked Port Phillip, Victoria: maritime archaeological survey, excavation, artefact analysis, corrosion survey, conservation and site management 1997–2009 – Edited by Ross Anderson (pages 467–469);Julian WhitewrightOrdeal by Ice: ships of the Antarctic – By Rorke Bryan (pages 469–470); Ann SavoursAcross the North Sea: later historical archaeology in Britain and Denmark, c.1500–2000 AD – Edited by Henrik Harnow, David Cranstone, Paul Bedford and Lene Høst-Madsen (pages 470–471); Joseph FlatmanMystery Islands: discovering the ancient Pacific – By Tom Koppel (page 472); Gerald GraingeMarine Archaeology: a handbook – By Virginia Dellino-Musgrave (pages 472–473); Antony Firth
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