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Ships, saints and sealore: Cultural heritage and ethnography of the Mediterranean and the Red Sea
Agius, D.A.; Gambin, T.; Trakadas, A.; Nash, H. (Ed.) (2014). Ships, saints and sealore: Cultural heritage and ethnography of the Mediterranean and the Red Sea. Archaeopress Archaeology: Oxford. ISBN 978-1-905739-95-0. x, 170 pp.

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Authors  Top 
  • Agius, D.A., editor
  • Gambin, T., editor
  • Trakadas, A., editor
  • Nash, H., editor

Content
  • McGrail, S. (2014). A seaman's view of the Mediterranean, in: Agius, D.A. et al. (Ed.) Ships, saints and sealore: Cultural heritage and ethnography of the Mediterranean and the Red Sea. pp. 1-2, more
  • Gambin, T. (2014). Maritime activity and the Divine – an overview of religious expression by Mediterranean seafarers, fishermen and travellers, in: Agius, D.A. et al. (Ed.) Ships, saints and sealore: Cultural heritage and ethnography of the Mediterranean and the Red Sea. pp. 3-12, more
  • Mercieca, S. (2014). Hazards at sea: a case-study of two ex-voto paintings from the Church of the Karmelitani Skalzi in Bormla, Malta, in: Agius, D.A. et al. (Ed.) Ships, saints and sealore: Cultural heritage and ethnography of the Mediterranean and the Red Sea. pp. 13-20, more
  • Gugliuzzo, C. (2014). The Holy Vessel: the Vascelluzzo of Messina during the early modern period, in: Agius, D.A. et al. (Ed.) Ships, saints and sealore: Cultural heritage and ethnography of the Mediterranean and the Red Sea. pp. 21-29, more
  • Conti, E.M. (2014). Two maritime related confraternities established at Bormla (Cospicua) parish church, Malta, in: Agius, D.A. et al. (Ed.) Ships, saints and sealore: Cultural heritage and ethnography of the Mediterranean and the Red Sea. pp. 31-40, more
  • Aguiar, M. (2014). Quatri partitu en cosmographia pratica i por otro nombre llamado Espejo de navegantes by Alonso de Chaves: a navigation manual for the instruction of Spanish pilots in the sixteenth century, in: Agius, D.A. et al. (Ed.) Ships, saints and sealore: Cultural heritage and ethnography of the Mediterranean and the Red Sea. pp. 41-59, more
  • Lasithiotaki, E. (2014). Images of pirates and slaves in traditional Greek popular songs, in: Agius, D.A. et al. (Ed.) Ships, saints and sealore: Cultural heritage and ethnography of the Mediterranean and the Red Sea. pp. 61-75, more
  • Boissevain, J. (2014). Sun, sand and sea: tourism and the commodification of Malta's maritime heritage, in: Agius, D.A. et al. (Ed.) Ships, saints and sealore: Cultural heritage and ethnography of the Mediterranean and the Red Sea. pp. 77-87, more
  • Atanasova, I. (2014). Work, tourism and the sea: Bulgarian experiences in Malta, in: Agius, D.A. et al. (Ed.) Ships, saints and sealore: Cultural heritage and ethnography of the Mediterranean and the Red Sea. pp. 89-93, more
  • Carbonell, E. (2014). Lateen sails versus fibreglass boats: the contradictions of a maritime heritage process – the Platja dels Pescadors on the Catalonian coast, in: Agius, D.A. et al. (Ed.) Ships, saints and sealore: Cultural heritage and ethnography of the Mediterranean and the Red Sea. pp. 95-104, more
  • Garcia Domingo, E. (2014). The Maritime Museum of Barcelona's approach to maritime ethnology: research and communications, in: Agius, D.A. et al. (Ed.) Ships, saints and sealore: Cultural heritage and ethnography of the Mediterranean and the Red Sea. pp. 105-114, more
  • Ward, C. (2014). Sailing the Red Sea: ships, infrastructure, seafarers and society, in: Agius, D.A. et al. (Ed.) Ships, saints and sealore: Cultural heritage and ethnography of the Mediterranean and the Red Sea. pp. 115-123, more
  • Tilley, A. (2014). The dgħajsa: a Phoenician survival, in: Agius, D.A. et al. (Ed.) Ships, saints and sealore: Cultural heritage and ethnography of the Mediterranean and the Red Sea. pp. 125-132, more
  • McGrail, S. (2014). Maritime ethnography and archaeology, in: Agius, D.A. et al. (Ed.) Ships, saints and sealore: Cultural heritage and ethnography of the Mediterranean and the Red Sea. pp. 133-142, more
  • Agius, D.A.; Cooper, J.P.; Zazzaro, C. (2014). The maritime heritage of Yemen: a focus on traditional wooden 'dhows', in: Agius, D.A. et al. (Ed.) Ships, saints and sealore: Cultural heritage and ethnography of the Mediterranean and the Red Sea. pp. 143-157, more
  • Jansen van Rensburg, J. (2014). The hūrī of Socotra: cultural treasure or coastal trash?, in: Agius, D.A. et al. (Ed.) Ships, saints and sealore: Cultural heritage and ethnography of the Mediterranean and the Red Sea. pp. 159-168, more

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