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The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology
Catsambis, A.; Ford, B.; Hamilton, D.L. (Ed.) (2011). The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology. Oxford University Press: Oxford/New York. ISBN 978-0199336005. 1248 pp.

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Keywords
    Archaeology
    History
    Naval architecture
    Others > Socio-Economics
    Reconstruction
    Restoration
    Shipwrecks
    Trade

Authors  Top 
  • Catsambis, A., editor
  • Ford, B., editor
  • Hamilton, D.L., editor

Content
  • Bass, G.F. (2011). The development of maritime archaeology, in: Catsambis, A. et al. (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology. pp. 3-22, more
  • Pomey, P. (2011). Defining a ship: architecture, function, and human space, in: Catsambis, A. et al. (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology. pp. 25-46, more
  • Martin, C. (2011). Wreck-site formation processes, in: Catsambis, A. et al. (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology. pp. 47-67, more
  • Quinn, R. (2011). Acoustic remote sensing in maritime archaeology, in: Catsambis, A. et al. (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology. pp. 68-89, more
  • Gearhart, R. (2011). Archaeological interpretation of marine magnetic data, in: Catsambis, A. et al. (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology. pp. 90-113, more
  • Tuttle, M.C. (2011). Search and documentation of underwater archaeological sites, in: Catsambis, A. et al. (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology. pp. 114-132, more
  • Underwood, C. (2011). Excavation planning and logistics: the HMS swift project, in: Catsambis, A. et al. (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology. pp. 133-160, more
  • Kahanov, Y. (2011). Ship reconstruction, documentation, and in situ recording, in: Catsambis, A. et al. (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology. pp. 161-181, more
  • Delgado, J.P. (2011). Ships on land, in: Catsambis, A. et al. (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology. pp. 182-201, more
  • Wachsmann, S. (2011). Deep-submergence archaeology, in: Catsambis, A. et al. (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology. pp. 202-231, more
  • Ravn, M.; Bischoff, V.; Englert, A.; Nielsen, S.T. (2011). Recent advances in post-excavation documentation, reconstruction, and experimental maritime archaeology, in: Catsambis, A. et al. (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology. pp. 232-249, more
  • Batchvarov, K.N. (2011). Shipwreck reconstruction based on the archaeological record: mediterranean whole-molding and the kitten wreck case study, in: Catsambis, A. et al. (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology. pp. 250-266, more
  • Pevny, T. (2011). Historic naval architecture practices as a guide to shipwreck reconstruction: the La Belle example, in: Catsambis, A. et al. (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology. pp. 267-285, more
  • Hamilton, D.L.; Smith, C.W. (2011). The archaeological role of conservation in maritime archaeology, in: Catsambis, A. et al. (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology. pp. 286-304, more
  • Sanders, D.H. (2011). Virtual reconstruction of maritime sites and artifacts, in: Catsambis, A. et al. (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology. pp. 305-326, more
  • Monroy, C.; Castro, F.; Furuta, R. (2011). A digital library perspective: the synthesis and storage of maritime archaeological data to assist in ship reconstruction, in: Catsambis, A. et al. (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology. pp. 327-346, more
  • Polzer, M.E. (2011). Early shipbuilding in the eastern Mediterranean, in: Catsambis, A. et al. (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology. pp. 349-378, more
  • Carlson, D.N. (2011). The seafarers and shipwrecks of Ancient Greece and Rome, in: Catsambis, A. et al. (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology. pp. 379-405, more
  • Rieth, E. (2011). Mediterranean ship design in the middle ages, in: Catsambis, A. et al. (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology. pp. 406-425, more
  • Rose, S. (2011). Medieval ships and seafaring, in: Catsambis, A. et al. (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology. pp. 426-444, more
  • Hocker, F. (2011). Postmedieval ships and seafaring in the west, in: Catsambis, A. et al. (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology. pp. 445-472, more
  • Werz, B.E.J.S. (2011). Southern african shipwreck archaeology, in: Catsambis, A. et al. (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology. pp. 473-494, more
  • Blue, L. (2011). The Red Sea, in: Catsambis, A. et al. (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology. pp. 495-512, more
  • Gaur, A.S.G.; Vora, K.H. (2011). Maritime archaeological studies in India, in: Catsambis, A. et al. (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology. pp. 513-534, more
  • Sasaki, R.J. (2011). A survey of East Asian shipbuilding traditions during the era of Chinese maritime expansion, in: Catsambis, A. et al. (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology. pp. 535-560, more
  • Staniforth, M. (2011). Australian maritime archaeology, in: Catsambis, A. et al. (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology. pp. 561-587, more
  • Van Tilburg, H.K. (2011). Historic period ships of the Pacific Ocean, in: Catsambis, A. et al. (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology. pp. 588-609, more
  • Crisman, K. (2011). The archaeology of steamships, in: Catsambis, A. et al. (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology. pp. 610-628, more
  • Leshikar-Denton, M. (2011). Caribbean maritime archaeology, in: Catsambis, A. et al. (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology. pp. 629-659, more
  • Borgens, A. (2011). Maritime archaeology of the northern Gulf of Mexico: archaeology from the age of exploration to the twilight of sail, in: Catsambis, A. et al. (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology. pp. 660-684, more
  • Elkin, D. (2011). Shipwreck archaeology in South America, in: Catsambis, A. et al. (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology. pp. 685-707, more
  • Neyland, R.S. (2011). Underwater archaeology of the world wars, in: Catsambis, A. et al. (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology. pp. 708-729, more
  • Westerdahl, C. (2011). The maritime cultural landscape, in: Catsambis, A. et al. (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology. pp. 733-762, more
  • Ford, B. (2011). Coastal archaeology, in: Catsambis, A. et al. (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology. pp. 763-785, more
  • Firth, A. (2011). Submerged prehistory in the North Sea, in: Catsambis, A. et al. (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology. pp. 786-808, more
  • Oleson, J.P.; Hohlfelder, R.L. (2011). Ancient harbors in the Mediterranean, in: Catsambis, A. et al. (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology. pp. 809-833, more
  • Moser, J.D. (2011). Shipyard archaeology, in: Catsambis, A. et al. (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology. pp. 834-855, more
  • Richards, N. (2011). Ship abandonment, in: Catsambis, A. et al. (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology. pp. 856-878, more
  • Ransley, J. (2011). Maritime communities and traditions, in: Catsambis, A. et al. (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology. pp. 879-903, more
  • Domingues, F.C. (2011). Maritime history and maritime archaeology, in: Catsambis, A. et al. (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology. pp. 907-916, more
  • Maarleveld, T.J. (2011). Ethics, underwater cultural heritage, and international law, in: Catsambis, A. et al. (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology. pp. 917-941, more
  • Runyan, T. (2011). Management of maritime cultural resources: an American perspective, in: Catsambis, A. et al. (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology. pp. 942-966, more
  • Erreguerena, P.L. (2011). The growth of maritime archaeology in Mexico: a case study, in: Catsambis, A. et al. (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology. pp. 967-988, more
  • Fix, P.D. (2011). From sky to sea: the case for aeronautical archaeology, in: Catsambis, A. et al. (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology. pp. 989-1009, more
  • Søreide, F. (2011). Maritime archaeology and industry, in: Catsambis, A. et al. (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology. pp. 1010-1031, more
  • Mccarthy, M. (2011). Museums and maritime archaeology, in: Catsambis, A. et al. (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology. pp. 1032-1054, more
  • Cohn, A.C.; Dennis, J.M. (2011). Maritime archaeology, the dive community, and heritage tourism, in: Catsambis, A. et al. (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology. pp. 1055-1081, more
  • Martin, P. (2011). Conclusion: future directions, in: Catsambis, A. et al. (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology. pp. 1085-1101, more
  • Steffy, J.R. (2011). Illustrated glossary of ship and boat terms, in: Catsambis, A. et al. (Ed.) The Oxford handbook of maritime archaeology. pp. 1105-1150, more

Abstract
    The Oxford Handbook of Maritime Archaeology is a comprehensive survey of the field as seen through the eyes of nearly fifty scholars at a time when maritime archaeology has established itself as a mature branch of archaeology. This volume draws on many of the distinct and universal aspects of maritime archaeology, bringing them together under four main themes: the research process, ships and shipwrecks, maritime and nautical culture, and issues of preservation and management.

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