Boats, Ships and Wrecks: Maritime Archeology and The Mariner’s Mirror

By Sean McGrail, published February 2011

Abstract

This article traces the evolution of today’s Mariner’s Mirror from the intentions of a hundred years ago with respect to maritime archeology, research projects in archeology and ethnography, the nautical dictionary, documentation of coastal craft and a museum for excavated boats. Listed are the boat and ship excavations which have been reported such as the Ferriby boats, Romano-Celtic vessels, boats of the Nordic tradition and the Mary Rose.

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Filed under: Other (Twentieth C) | Other (location)
Subjects include: Archaeology | Miscellaneous

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