The Sea-craft of Prehistory
A detailed account of man's use of inland and ocean-going craft from the earliest times until the dawn of history, using new archaeological research. All forms of evidence are assessed, from the vessels of ancient Egypt to the Chinese junk.
Types of skin craft Britain and Ireland
America military use of skin boats
14 من الأقسام الأخرى غير ظاهرة
طبعات أخرى - عرض جميع المقتطفات
aboriginal Allectus ancient archaeological bark canoe Blackfriars bow and stern British Isles Broighter boat Bronze Age Caergwrle canoe Casson caulking century BC chapter coast coracle Crumlin-Pedersen curragh dug-out E. V. Wright early East Egyptian Eskimo Europe Evenhus evidence evolved excavated fastened Ferriby boat Figure fishing flat bottom frames gunwale Hjortspring boat Hornell hull ibid Indian island kayak keel Landström lashings later leeboards logs London Marstrander mast Mediterranean Mesolithic metres long millennium BC mortise and tenon National Maritime Museum National Museum Neolithic northern Norway oars obsidian outrigger Pacific pegs period planked boats possible prehistoric primitive radiocarbon dates reed boat reed-bundle ribs river Rock carving Roman Roos Carr round saveiro Scandinavian sea-going seems sewn shape ship side skin boat skin float stone strakes suggests technique tenon tradition type of craft umiak vessel Viking voyage wooden Zwammerdam