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Postmedieval Boat and

Ship Archaeology

Papers based on those presented

to an ,International Symposium

on Boat and Ship Archaeology in

Stockholm in 1982

edited by

Car1 Olof Cederlund

Swedish National Maritime Museum, Stockholm

Report No 20

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12. Barkham, M., U.K.

13. Litwin, J., Poland.

14. Unger, R.W., Canada.

15. Smolarek, P., Poland.

16. Filgueiras, O.L.,

Portugal.

V. ASPECTS OF NAVAL ARCHITECTURE

17. Adam, B., France.

18. Gillmer, Th., U.S.A.

19. Hausen, J., West Germany.

VI. LOCAL CRAFT

20. Arnold, B., Switzerland.

21. Gdthche, M., Denmark.

22. Keweloh, H.-W., West

Ge rma ny .

23. Litwin, J., Poland.

Sixteenth century Spanish 113

Basque ships and ship-

building: the Multipurpose

nao.

-

The warship in the painting 137

from Arthur's Court in Gdansk

- an attempt at a recon-

struction.

Dutch Design. Specialization 153

and building methods in

the seventeenth century.

Vistula merchant-ships from 165

the XVI-XVIII centuries.

Book of all Tagus boats, 193

including cargo and passenger

as well as fishing craft.

An automatic method for boat 233

design.

Evolving ship design 255

technology. As Revealed in

Wrecks of Post Medieval

Ship S.

Modern Ship Strength Calcul- 2 69

ation - a mean for the

Reconstruction of Wooden

Ship S.

From logboat to plankboat - 2 85

some traditional craft of

Switzerland.

"Sandskuderl' - vessels for 299

trade between Norway and Denmark

in the 18th and 19th centuries.

Recent boats in the

Rhineland.

The development of folk boats 327

in Poland from the example of

structures used on the San and

the Bug rivers.


24. Rudolph, W., East

Germany.

V1 I. CURRENT SHIP ARCHAEOLOGY (GENERAL )

Boats of the Southern Baltic.

25. Busch, von, P., Sweden. New finds of boat-graffiti.

26. Christensen, A.E., Norway.

2 7. Crumlin-Pedersen, 0. ,

Denmark.

28. Dean, M., U.K.

29. Harris, D.G., Canada.

30. Ingelman-Sundberg, I. ,

Sweden.

31. Reinders, R., Holland.

32. Rieth, E., France.

The wreck of a small boat

from PortBr.

Ship archaeology in Denmark

1979-1982.

Ship and boat archaeology in

Britain 1979-1982.

Canadian ship and boat

archaeology.

The Foteviken investigation,

Scania, Sweden.

Recent development in ship

and boat archaeology in the

Netherlands.

Research on nautical archaeo-

logy and traditional boats in

France.

33. Smolarek, P., Poland. The development of archaeology

of boats and ships in Poland.

34. Varenius, B., Sweden. Medieval ships from the centre

of Stockholm.

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