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Archaeonautica 21, 2021. Open Sea - Closed Sea. Local and Inter-Regional Traditions in Shipbuilding.
Proceedings of the Fifteenth International Symposium on Boat and Ship Archaeology, Marseille 2018.Référence : 53670. French
Edited by Giulia Boetto, Patrice Pomey and Pierre Poveda Twenty-four years after the seventh ISBSA was held on the island of Tatihou, it became the turn of Marseille on the Mediterranean coast of France to have the honour of hosting the fifteenth International Symposium on Boat and Ship Archaeology (ISBSA 15), which brought together, from 22 to 27 October 2018, some 300 scholars, PhD and post-doctoral researchers, and students from 36 countries belonging to almost 130 research bodies. The conference was organised by the Centre Camille Jullian – UMR 7299, which, on the occasion of ISBSA 15, celebrated 50 years of activity in the field of nautical archaeology. This volume includes 60 contributions from 93 authors covering different nautical areas (the Mediterranean, North Sea, Baltic, Atlantic, Pacific and South China Sea) from prehistory to the modern era. The papers are organised around a number of different themes, the principal being “Open Sea, Closed Sea: Local and Inter-Regional Traditions in Shipbuilding”. The intention is to reveal interactions between local and inter-regional traditions of open and enclosed waters through examples taken from nautical areas as varied and representative as possible.