Book of underwater archeology.Comprehensive study on: stone anchors, lithic logs, lead logs, iron anchors, soundings, cargo of the ships, Amphorae, oil lamps, ancient ships, construction techniques, most common models of ships, warships, bilge pumps, ports, coins, ancient trade routes, currents, navigations, routes, beliefs and religions, origins and underwater study, findings, studies and conservation, intervention, operation of the sip, Naves Onerariae, curiosities about the reproduction of the ships, shipping, materials.The themes refer to the history of navigation of the Naves Onerariae with 360° up to the 2nd century B.C. date in which wooden barrels began to be gradually used.
The only underwater archeology book in the world that is told by the protagonist who takes readers back in time by telling the stories of the habits and culture of centuries ago. A three-dimensional technical narrative.
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This book is the most original products on underwater archeology I knew and read in the last years. Not only simply findinds and wreaks description but also all the history of the underwater archeology memories answearing to why and how objects are still on the underwater ambient! I love this book and I suggest it to all people to undestand more about the history of this humanity!
I have appreciate the mixed proposition between techical aspects and historical narrative parts. It is lovable to read! A plus: I underestand more clearly a lot of aspects not undestand before reading others specific books!
The iron anchors
Cargo of the ships
The three construction techniques
The three most common models of Naves
The bilge pumps
diving history 142 Findings study and conservation 158 The surgery 164 Operation of the pump
The Naves Onerariae of Dep Bonnet 177 Curiosities about the reproduction of its Naves