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Cite this Record. Reconstructing the hull. J R Steffy, G F Bass, F H van Doorninck. In Yassi Ada, A seventh century shipwreck. Pp. xx-xx. Austin: College Station. (tDAR id: ). I was introduced to maritime history and archaeology on a University of Pennsylvania shipwreck site investigation led by George Bass off Yassi Ada, Turkey in The history about the Roman merchant trade and shipbuilding that the archaeologists were discovering from their readings and studies of archaeological remains was fascinating.
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Yassi Ada: Volume I, A Seventh-Century Byzantine Shipwreck (Ed Rachal Foundation Nautical Archaeology Series) 1st Edition by George F.
Bass (Author), Frederick H. van Doorninck Jr. (Author)5/5(1). This book forms a final report on the underwater excavations I directed at Yassi Ada, Turkey, during the summers of through for the University Museum of the University of Pennsylvania. This book forms a final report on the underwater excavations I directed at Yassi Ada, Turkey, during the summers of through for the University Museum of the University of Pennsylvania.
Yassi Ada book excavation was the first to have been completed on the floor of the Mediterranean of a wreck with substantial hull remains. Thus ended the final excavation season of the Yassi Ada shipwrecks.
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Synopsis This book forms a final report on Yassi Ada book underwater excavations I directed at Yassi Ada, Turkey, during the summers of through for the University Museum of the University of Pennsylvania. The excavation was the first to have been completed on the floor of the Mediterranean of a wreck with substantial hull : George Fletcher Bass.
This book forms a final report on the underwater excavations I directed at Yassi Ada, Turkey, during the summers of through for the University Museum of the University of Pennsylvania. The excavation was the first to have been completed on the floor of the Mediterranean of a wreck with substantial hull remains.
This pioneering work required the ingenuity, effort, and generosity of. YassI;ada'da YaptI;rI;lmayan Savunmalar (Turkish) Paperback – January 1, by Hulusi Turgut (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" — $ Author: Hulusi Turgut. In the seventh century AD, abouta ship carrying general cargo struck a reef of Yassi Ada Island and sank. The ship carried nearly a thousand amphoras and was discovered by a Turkish diver named Kemal Aras.
Inwhile researching his book - The Lost Ships - American journalist Peter Throckmorton was shown the vessel. Democracy and Freedom Island, also known as Yassıada (meaning "Flat Island" in Turkish) is one of the Princes' Islands in the Sea of Marmara, to the southeast of island was named Yassıada untilwhen it was renamed to “Democracy and Freedom Island”.
In the past, the island was named Plati (Greek: Πλάτη).The island, which has an area of km², is officially a. Lionel Casson's encyclopedic study is the first of its kind to use underwater archaeological data to refine and area of scholarship that had, for the most part, relied on ancient texts and graphic representations.
Tracing the history of early ships and seamanship from pre-dynastic Egypt to the Roman empire, from skiffs and barges to huge oared warships and royal yachts, Casson describes not 5/5(2).
Yassi Ada. College Station: Published with the cooperation of the Institute of Nautical Archaeology by Texas A & M University Press, ©(OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: George Fletcher Bass; Frederick H Van Doorninck.
Yassi Ada is an island off the coast of Bodrum, Turkey. This area of the Mediterranean Sea is prone to strong winds, making a safe journey around the island difficult. The island could be called a ships' graveyard, on account of the number of wrecked ships off its southeastern tip.
Three wreck sites have been excavated under the direction of George Bass of Texas A&M University. The first to be studied Depth: feet ( m). "The Yassi Ada ship steers us into the largely uncharted waters of the seventh century, whilst the papers in this book takes the voyage down to the present day.
They illustrate how splendidly maritime archaeology creates exciting new networks across both time and space."--Paul Arthur, Chair in Medieval Archaeology, University of Salento, Italy. Bass, George F., and Frederick H. van Doorninck, Jr. “A Fourth-Century Shipwreck at Yassi Ada.” American Journal of Archaeology 75 (): van Doorninck, Frederick H., Jr.
“The 4th Century Wreck at Yassi Ada: An Interim Report on the Hull.” International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 5 (): The 4th century wreck at Yassi Ada An interim report on the hull Article in International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 5(2) - February with 60 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Yassi Ada George Bass’s excavation at Yassi Ada got underway just as Greece staged a coup on Cyprus. Turkey invaded Cyprus in response, and the two countries teetered on the brink of all-out war. 32 of us were living and working with Bass on a tiny rock in the Aegean smack dab on the border between Greece and Turkey.
Both an update of past results and an exploration of future tracks of inquiries, after Yassi Ada 1, this book is another milestone in medieval naval archaeology, an indispensable reference for scholars and readers fascinated by Mediterranean seamanship in the fifth through twelfth centuries."--Cécile Morrisson, editor of Trade and Markets in.
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Yassıada Byzantine Shipwreck Excavation. By Institute of Nautical Archaeology Febru April 30th, No Comments. Yassı Ada 1: A Seventh-Century George, Alan, and Gordon sailing to Yassi Ada in (Photo: INA). REF Susan Womer after a dive (Photo INA Slide # ya) REF Mapping the site using a 2 meter grid.
Other articles where Yassi Ada is discussed: archaeology: Underwater archaeology: graveyard of ancient ships at Yassı Ada and then discovered the oldest shipwreck ever recorded, at Cape Gelidonya—a Bronze Age shipwreck of the 14th century bce.
George Bass of the University of Pennsylvania worked on a Byzantine wreck at Yassı Ada from onward, developing the mapping. Read this book on Questia.
Read the full-text online edition of Archaeology beneath the Sea (). Home» Browse» Books» Book details, Archaeology beneath the Sea. Archaeology beneath the Sea. By George F. Bass. Yassi Ada Yassi Ada. Vol. 1, Vol. 1. College Station, Published with the cooperation of the Institute of Nautical Archaeology by Texas A and M University Press College Station, Published with the cooperation of the Institute of Nautical Archaeology by Texas A and M University Press.Publisher Synopsis "The Yassi Ada ship steers us into the largely uncharted waters of the seventh century, whilst the papers in this book takes the voyage down to the present day.