Publisher: Anthony Nelson Publishers (December 1995)
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Ranging in time from the Classical interval, during the American struggle of Independence, to the darkish years of global Wars I and II, this publication explores the warship, its expertise and social context. Underwater archaeology has shed new mild on historical naval battle and those papers originated at a world convention, held in Greenwich in 1992, which took inventory of our current wisdom. Contents: half One: Excavation and Interpretation: An old warship within the waters off Capo Rasocolomo, Sicily (Alice Freschi); Warships of the traditional Mediterranean: new theories on rowing platforms and strategies (A.F.Tilley); An historic warship close to Marsala, Sicily (Edoardo Riccardi); Henry V's warship Grace Dieu (Gillian Hutchinson); The Tudor warship Mary Rose: points of contemporary learn (M.H.Rule and C.T.C.Dobbs); A 16th century ruin off the island of Alderney (T.G.Davenport and R.Burns); A Cromwellian shipwreck off Duart aspect, Mull: an period in-between file (Colin Martin); The break of the Danish Man-of-War Wrangels Palais (1687) (Mensun certain and Tim Sharpe); The lack of HM guy o' warfare organization in 1707 (Richard Larn); within the shadow of wood partitions: naval transports in the course of the American struggle of Independence (John Broadwater); Surveying and excavating the Spanish `battering' ships from the good Siege of Gibraltar (Mensun sure and Clive Finlayson); The ruin of HMS Thetis misplaced `in the Brazils' in 1830 (Robert Stenuit); CSS Alabama: overview du website (1988-1992). half : Ordnance: Wrought-iron swivel weapons (Robert D.Smith); Arming the East Indiamen (Ruth Rhymas Brown); The reporting of ordnance: the weapons from the Mauritius: a casebook research (Rudi Roth). half 3: development, Reconstruction and maintenance: the development of the eighteenth century man-of-war (Brian Lavery); Constraints imposed on send layout via trees in building (Fred M Walker); The recovery of HMS Victory within the 20th century (David Harris); the development of HMS Trincomalee: idea and perform (A.G.Bridgewater, K.M.Johnson and A.G.Wilson); Her Majesty's send Warrior (Captain John Wells); The Sloop of conflict Gannet: an summary of the ship's historical past and recovery (Duncan Cochrane); Too many preserved ships threaten the historical past (Colin White); Saving this century's ships (Sir Philip Goodhart); Bibliographies; Index.