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Under the Mediterranean I

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    This volume is a collection of 19 articles in three sections reporting on recent research on the archaeology of shipwrecks, harbours, and maritime landscapes in the Mediterranean region. The shipwrecks section looks at excavated vessels from Mazotos, Modi Island, the port of Rhodes, Naples, and Narbonne, as well as a sailing reconstruction of the Ma‘agan Mikhael ship. The harbours section includes articles on areas from the Levant to Seville looking at a variety of harbour defence systems and dockyards dating from the Hellenistic period to the 12th century AD. Articles in the third section on maritime cultural landscapes combine data sets to examine human interactions with the sea: navigation from the perspectives of the accounts of early geographers, the skills required by the earliest sailors, and the contextual reconstruction of sea routes; coastal survey and resource use; and geoarchaeological evidence used to analyse the choice of harbour location. This book will be of interest to students and archaeologists researching the Mediterranean region, and all interested in a wide range of recent advances in maritime archaeology. Contents: Shipwrecks The Arduous Voyage of Underwater Research on the LBA Shipwreck off Modi Islet Christos Agouridis and Myrto Michalis The Mazotos Shipwreck, Cyprus: a preliminary analysis of the amphora stowage system Stella Demesticha Final Report on the Remains of Four Vessels Found in the Ancient Harbour of Naples, Italy Dating to the Late 2nd Century BC and the Late 2nd–Late 3rd Century AD Giulia Boetto, Pierre Poveda, and Chiara Zazzaro The Mandirac 1 Shipwreck, Narbonne, France Marie-Pierre Jézégou, Patrick Andersch Goodfellow, Jonathan Letuppe, and Corinne Sanchez A Late-12th-Century Byzantine Shipwreck in the Port of Rhodes: a preliminary report George Koutsouflakis and Eric Rieth The Construction of the Ma‘agan Mikhael II Ship Deborah Cvikel and Avner Hillman Harbours Patara’s Harbour: new evidence and an overview of the sequence of harbour-related defence systems Erkan Dündar and Mustafa Koçak The Harbour(s) of Ancient Torone; the search for their location and reflections on Honor Frost’s hypothesis concerning shipbuilding in the area J. Lea Beness, and Tom Hillard The Hellenistic–Early Roman Harbour of Akko: preliminary finds from the archaeological excavations at the foot of the seawall, 2008–2014 Jacob Sharvit, Bridget Buxton, and Alexandra Ratzlaff The Submerged Monumental Complex of the Roman Harbour of Fossae Marianae, Gulf of Fos, France: an overview of preliminary results Souen Fontaine, Mourad El-Amouri, Frédéric Marty, and Corinne Rousse The First Marine Structures Reported from Roman/Byzantine Ashkelon, Israel: do they solve the enigma of the city’s harbour? Ehud Galili, Baruch Rosen, Asaf Oron, and Elisabetta Boaretto Fortified Crusader Harbours of the Syro-Lebanese-Palestinian Coast Patricia Antaki-Masson The Port of Ishbiliyya and its Shipsheds: transformations of the Guadalquivir River and the port of Seville during the Islamic period with an introduction to the 12th-century Almohad dockyard Carlos Cabrera Tejedor, and Fernando Amores Carredano Maritime cultural landscapes Mariners, Maritime Connectivity, and the Ritual of Sea Travel in Early Neolithic Cyprus Duncan Howitt-Marshall The Effects of Coastline and River Changes on Anchorages, Harbours, and Habitation Patterns: the case of Akko M. Artzy, C. Morhange, H. Jol, G.I. López, A. Abu-Hamid, Y. Salmon, and A.K. Killebrew Aegean Navigation and the Shipwrecks of Fournoi: the archipelago in context Peter Campbell and George Koutsouflakis Istros, Black Sea Coast, Romania: a geoarchaeological perspective on the location of the harbour(s) A. Bivolaru, V. Bottez, A. Asăndulesei, A. Vladu, T. Sava, M. Giaime, and C. Morhange Navigating Perceptions: mariners and geographers of the Roman Levant Carmen Obied The Rock-Cut Shoreline Features of Dana Island and the Maritime Landscape of the Taşucu Gulf, Rough Cilicia Michael R. Jones
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    Binding : Hardback
    Distributievorm : Boek (print, druk)
    Formaat : 216mm x 287mm
    Aantal pagina's : 350
    Uitgeverij : Sidestone Press Academics
    ISBN : 9789088909467
    Datum publicatie : 03-2021
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