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Bronze age (and later) ship excavations; Cape Gelidonya, Uluburun
Topic Started: Oct 8 2015, 09:16 PM (263 Views)
Jeroen Zuiderwijk
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Great photos of bronze age ship excavations:

http://nauticalarch.org/ina-gallery/

Uluburun I was quite familiar with, but I hadn't heard of the Cape Gelidonya ship yet.
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Todd Feinman
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Jeroen Zuiderwijk,Oct 8 2015
09:16 PM
Great photos of bronze age ship excavations:

http://nauticalarch.org/ina-gallery/

Uluburun I was quite familiar with, but I hadn't heard of the Cape Gelidonya ship yet.

Interesting! More oxhide ingots, too.
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Callum
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Useful thanks. We have our own society in the UK that has international connections. The Nautical Archaeology Society is based in Portsmouth and is concerned with training for both shore and underwater archaeology as well as providing a forum for all those interested in the subject.
http://www.nauticalarchaeologysociety.org/

A bonus for me is that one's subscription includes access the the International Journal of Nautical Archeaology. Several of the key papers on bronze Age boats seem only available in this journal. Jstore and other online accesses give this but one has a problem if not at a University.

Worth saying though that one can have a limited access to Jstore for free and Academia does give access to papers as well.
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