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International Archaeological Reports since 1974

Ships, Boats, Ports, Trade, and War in the Mediterranean and Beyond

Proceedings of the Maritime Archaeology Graduate Symposium 2018

£44.00
Editors:
Naseem Raad and Carlos Cabrera Tejedor
Publication Year:
2020
Language:
English
Paperback:
176 pages. Illustrated throughout in colour and black and white. 22 tables, 81 figures, 3 charts
ISBN:
9781407317021
BAR number:
S2961
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Description

This volume gathers papers presented at the Maritime Archaeology Graduate Symposium, held in Oxford in 2018. The event was an Honor Frost Foundation initiative dedicated to new and upcoming research focused on eastern Mediterranean Archaeology and realised by a committee from the Centre for Maritime Archaeology, University of Southampton, and the Oxford Centre for Maritime Archaeology, University of Oxford. These essays represent the proceedings of this conference and contain some of the latest research and fieldwork in the Mediterranean and beyond. Topics include ships, ports and port systems, maritime economics, chemical analysis of archaeological remains and legislation in maritime archaeology. This publication is the product of an endeavour to promote early career research for maritime archaeologists with unique foci, and to establish a platform for them to discuss their findings with the wider community. With an introduction by Lucy Blue and Naseem Raad.

AUTHOR
Naseem Raad is a PhD candidate at the University of Southampton, based at the Centre for Maritime Archaeology. He is interested in the characterisation of what has been dubbed ‘the Roman economy’. Naseem combines economic theory with archaeological methodology to explore production and distribution networks in the Roman Levant.

Carlos Cabrera Tejedor has a trans-disciplinary background, having started in conservation, and completed two bachelor's degrees, an MA in Nautical Archaeology from Texas A&M University and a DPhil in Archaeology at the University of Oxford. He is a maritime archaeologist with an interest in ancient shipbuilding and ports.

Contributors: Cristina Agudo Rey, Margaret A. Amundson, Lucy Blue, Lisa Briggs, Carlos Cabrera Tejedor, Marta del Mastro Ochoa, Dimitris Karampas, José Manuel, Matés Luque, John McNabb, Joseph M. Pacheco Jr, Mateusz Polakowski, Naseem Raad, Lamia Sassine, Peny Tsakanikou, Panos Tzovaras

REVIEW
‘The[se] proceedings are a valuable contribution to maritime archaeology. … [The volume] expands on previous research, providing some new primary data, and fresh analysis of secondary literature contributing to new approaches in how we consider the Mediterranean basin.’ Professor Kimberly Monk, Trent University, Peterborough, Ontario

‘[This] volume is important in the sense that it shows the scientific contributions of students and young researchers to maritime archaeology.’ Dr Éric Rieth, CNRS, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, Musée national de la Marine

Table of Contents (S2961_9781407317021_ToC.pdf, 223 Kb) [Download]

Foreword and Introduction (S2961_9781407317021_Foreword_Introduction.pdf, 688 Kb) [Download]