Northern Europe: Bibliography

  • Lawrence E. Babits
  • Hans Van Tilburg
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  1. Adams, Jonathan, 1990, The Oskarshamn Cog, Part II: Excavation, Underwater Recording and Salvage. International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 19:207–220.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  2. Brogger, A. W. and Haakon Shetelig., 1971, The Viking Ships: Their Ancestry and Evolution, Dreyers Forlag: Oslo, Norway.Google Scholar
  3. Cederlund, Carl Olaf (ed.), 1985, Postmedieval Boat and Ship Archaeology. Swedish National Maritime Museum Report Number 20: Stockholm, Sweden., 1990, The Oskarshamn Cog, Part I: Development of Investigations and Current Research. Internationaljournal of Nautical Archaeology 19:193–206.Google Scholar
  4. Fenwick, Valerie, 1978, The Graveney Boat, British Archaeological Reports: International Series, Oxford, England.Google Scholar
  5. Greenhill, Basil, 1976, Archaeology of the Boat. A. & C. Black: London.Google Scholar
  6. Kiedel, Klaus-Peter, and Uwe Schnall (eds.), 1985, The Hanse Cog of 1380. Forderverein Deutsches Schiffahrtsmuseum e. V.: Bremerhaven, Germany.Google Scholar
  7. McGrail, Sean and Eric McKee, 1985, Sewn Plank Boats, National Maritime Museum: Greenwich Archaeological Series no. 10, British Archaeological Reports, International Series, Oxford, England.Google Scholar
  8. McGrail, Sean (editor), 1987, Ancient Boats in N W. Europe, Longman: New York.Google Scholar
  9. Rule, Margaret, 1982, The Mary Rose, Conway Maritime Press: London.Google Scholar
  10. Thorvildsen, Karl, 1967, The Viking Ships of Ladby, National Museum: Copenhagen, Denmark.Google Scholar
  11. Tuck, James A., Excavations at Red Bay, Labrador, 1977–1984. Proceedings of the Sixteenth Conference on Underwater Archaeology, edited by Paul F. Johnson, pp. 102-104. Special publication series no. 4, Society for Historical Archaeology, Michigan.Google Scholar
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Lawrence E. Babits
    • 1
  • Hans Van Tilburg
    • 2
  1. 1.East Carolina UniversityGreenvilleUSA
  2. 2.University of Hawaii at ManoaHonoluluUSA

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