Finding an old copy of Mariner's Mirror

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    Bob Smith
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    I have found a reference to the Mariners Mirror whilst researching Viking ships. However, no matter what Imput into the search parameters I am drawing a blank. The title is ‘The Viking ships in Roskilde Fjord’ and the authors are given as Ole Crumlin-Pedersen and Olaf Olsen and the edition of the MM is vol 49 1963. Pp300-302. I suspect it has not been digitised so has any member got a copy of that volume and are you willing to scan and email me the article?

    Bob Smith

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    Frank Scott
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    Not sure why you cannot find it, but I can confirm that it has been digitized, as indeed have all the back copies of MM. It is not an article, but a short note, with little more than a page of text, plus a simple sketch, and a photo showing the wreck site. Not much in it as it only covers preliminary work on the site.

    If you do have problems finding what you want, just find an article that does come up (however relevant or irrelevant) & scroll to the section under the abstract & you will find this:
    “Can’t find what you are looking for? Please try a keyword search above, or try a full text search on the publishers website.”.

    Click on the blue text at the end & this will take you to Taylor & Francis website, where if all else fails you can scroll to the relevant journal issue & go through it all.

    Frank

    #15057
    Bob Smith
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    Frank

    Thank you for this amazingly quick reply. I’ll have another go using you advice. Cheers bob

    #15058
    Bob Smith
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    Brilliant Frank. It’s just what I need and useful advice for the future. It might be a short note but it has contemporary detail in it that I couldn’t fine elsewhere.

    Bob Smith

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