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The Iberian Peninsula Between Two Seas: Shipbuilding Revolution in the Mediterranean and the Atlantic Ocean, Fourteenth to Fifteenth Centuries

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There were two naval traditions in Europe during the High Middle Ages: the Baltic-Atlantic and the Mediterranean. They both connected in the north of Portugal. The opening of the maritime route which connected the Mediterranean with Flanders was the turning point of the Naval Revolution which started at the end of the 13th century. The technological exchange took off at that moment (the way the ships were built, the different types of sails and rudders) and that highly influenced the Mediterranean navy in the 14th century and the Atlantic navy in the 15th century.

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The work forms part of the research projects: “Tripulaciones, Armamentos, construcción naval y navegación en el Mediterráneo medieval” HAR2013-48433-C2-1-P (Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness) and “La Corona Catalana, Islam y el mundo Mediterráneao” CAIMM-2014-SGR1559 (Departament d’Economia i Coneixement, Generalitat de Catalunya), both directed by Dra. Roser Salicrú (Institut d’Història Medieval-CSIC, Barcelona).

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Pujol i Hamelink, M. (2022). The Iberian Peninsula Between Two Seas: Shipbuilding Revolution in the Mediterranean and the Atlantic Ocean, Fourteenth to Fifteenth Centuries. In: Crespo Solana, A., Castro, F., Nayling, N. (eds) Heritage and the Sea . Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-86460-6_6

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