Review of British Warship Losses in the Age of Sail, by D. J. Hepper; 'De Zeehond'een Groninger Tjalk Gebouwd in 1878, Vergaan in 1886, by R. Oosting and K. Vlierman; Archaeologia Subacquea, Studi, Ricerche e Documenti, 1, by P. Gianfrotta and P. Pelagatti; I Vikingernes Kolvand, by S. Vadstrup; Medieval Boat and Ship Timbers from Dublin...

D. L. Lyon, R. Parthesius, C. Beltrame, A. E. Christensen, M. K. Stammers, I. Oxley, T. C. Gillmer, N. A.M. Rodger, D. L. Sattin, P. Marsden

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Title full: Review of British Warship Losses in the Age of Sail, by D. J. Hepper; 'De Zeehond'een Groninger Tjalk Gebouwd in 1878, Vergaan in 1886, by R. Oosting and K. Vlierman; Archaeologia Subacquea, Studi, Ricerche e Documenti, 1, by P. Gianfrotta and P. Pelagatti; I Vikingernes Kolvand, by S. Vadstrup; Medieval Boat and Ship Timbers from Dublin, by S. McGail; Tall Ships, Two Rivers, by A. Oslers and A. Barrow; The Wreck Divers Guide to Sailing Ship Artifacts of the 19th Century, by D. L. Stone; Sail's Last Century-The Merchant Sailing Ship 1830-1930, by B. Greenhill; The History of the French Frigate 1650-1850, by J. Boudriot and The First Frigates: Nine-Pounder and Twelve-Pounder Frigates 1748 1815, by R. Gardiner; Mersey Flats and Flatmen, by M. Stammers and Shipwreck of the Isles of Scilly, by R. Larn.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)159-168
Number of pages10
JournalThe International Journal of Nautical Archaeology
Volume23
Issue number2
DOIs
StatePublished - May 1994

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Oceanography
  • History
  • Archaeology
  • Palaeontology

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