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The Maritime Archaeology Trust Monograph Series (formerly Hampshire and Wight Trust for Maritime Archaeology Monograph Series)

The MAT Monograph Series began as the HWTMA monograph series, it was established as a number of HWTMA fieldwork and research projects were approaching publication. The series has to date been used for the publication of a range of HWTMA/ MAT research projects, however, the series is open to publication of any investigations related to the marine and maritime cultural heritage, particularly of the Solent and Wight Areas and on themes where MAT has expertise.

The series is broad in the types of projects and research that it will publish, this could include underwater or inter tidal sites of any type and period, ship or boat remains, catalogues of maritime artefacts, research on maritime themes, industries or infrastructure. Strategic studies will also be appropriate. Volumes are likely to include the presentation of primary research, although inclusion of thematic or summary studies will also be considered.

Any requests to publish suitable material that adds to understanding of the maritime heritage will be welcome, however, projects must have been undertaken to appropriate archaeological standards.

If you are interested in publishing in the Maritime Archaeology Trust series, please contact: editor@barpublishing.com

Analysing Maritime Archaeological Archives
Collections, Access and Management
£39.00
Author:
Julie Satchell with contributions by Jesse Ransley and Julian Whitewright
Publication Year:
2016
Language:
English, summaries in Spanish, Dutch and French
Paperback:
180pp, Illustrated throughout in black and white. Includes 22 tables and 67 figures (66 in colour and 1 in black and white).
ISBN:
9781407315669
BAR number:
B628
Sub Title:
Collections, Access and Management
Sub-series name:
The Maritime Archaeology Trust Monograph Series (formerly Hampshire and Wight Trust for Maritime Archaeology Monograph Series), 3
Maritime archaeological archives within the UK often face an uncertain fate. Some are deposited in public repositories, while others are dispersed, are... More
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The Maritime Archaeology of Alum Bay
Two shipwrecks on the north-west coast of the Isle of Wight, England
£31.00
Author:
Julie Satchell and Julian Whitewright with a foreword by Garry Momber and contributions by Nigel Nayling, Peter Northover, Shirley Northover, Nick Cokes, Philippa Naylor, Florencis Malamud, Joe Kelleher, Jon James and Paul Simpson
Publication Year:
2014
Language:
English
Paperback:
186pp, Illustrated throughout in colour and black and white
ISBN:
9781407313368
BAR number:
B608
Sub Title:
Two shipwrecks on the north-west coast of the Isle of Wight, England
Sub-series name:
The Maritime Archaeology Trust Monograph Series (formerly Hampshire and Wight Trust for Maritime Archaeology Monograph Series), 2
In 1991, sports divers discovered a previously unknown section of wooden shipwreck, subsequently named Alum Bay 1, lying in the sheltered waters of Alum Bay... More
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£29.00
Editors:
Julian Whitewright and Julie Satchell
Publication Year:
2011
Language:
English
Paperback:
128pp, Illustrated throughout, some in colour
ISBN:
9781407308890
BAR number:
B551
Sub-series name:
Hampshire and Wight Trust for Maritime Archaeology Monograph Series (now The Maritime Archaeology Trust Monograph Series), 1
This monograph presents an account of the archaeological and historical investigation of the seabed remains of the Flower of Ugie, a... More
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