Archaeology Beneath the Sea

George F. Bass

Editore: Boyut Publishing
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  • EAN: 9789752310858
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This book tells the incredible story of a half century of unlocking the mysteries of ancient shipwrecks. It is the story of of George F. Bass and his team, who are recognized as the pioneers of marine archaeology. ARCHAEOLOGY BENEATH THE SEA chronicles the enormous challenges they faced in developing techniques of underwater surveys and excavations, with remarkable results. Their most valuable excavations, in Turkey, are illustrated by breath-taking photos. ARCHAEOLOGY BENEATH THE SEA is a unique adventure not to be missed.

GEORGE F. BASS: The "Father of Nautical Archaeology," George Bass has spent his career furthering the cause of underwater archaeology, excavating unique sites, including those at Uluburun and Cape Gelidonya , and founding the Institute of Nautical Archaeology, now affiliated with Texas A&M University, where he holds the title of Distinguished Professor Emeritus. He began diving in 1960.By 1967 his team was the first to locate an ancient wreck with side-scan sonar, a 280-foot-deep site inspected from their submersible Asherah. Between 1977 and 1979 he excavated at Serçe Limanı, Turkey, an 11th-century A.D. ship with three tons of broken glass; mended from a million shards over 20 years, it is the largest collection of medieval Islamic glass in existence. The National Geographic Society awarded him its La Gorce Gold Medal in 1979 and, in 1988, one of its fifteen Centennial Awards. In 1999 he received the JC Harrington Medal from The Society for Historical Archaeology. President George W. Bush presented him with the National Medal of Science in 2002. George Bass has written or edited ten books and over a hundred articles. He and his wife Ann,dividinge their time between College Station, Texas, and Bodrum, Turkey, built a house next to INA’s Research Center.

This book tells the incredible story of a half century of unlocking the mysteries of ancient shipwrecks. It is the story of George F. Bass and his team, who are recognized as the pioneers of marine archaeology. ARCHAEOLOGY BENEATH THE SEA chronicles the enormous challenges they faced in developing techniques of underwater surveys and excavations, with remarkable results. Their most significant excavations, in Turkey, are illustrated by breath-taking photos. ARCHAEOLOGY BENEATH THE SEA is a unique adventure not to be missed.

GEORGE F. BASS: Considered the "Father of Nautical Archaeology," George Bass has spent his career furthering the cause of underwater archaeology, excavating unique sites, including those at Uluburun and Cape Gelidonya, and founding the Institute of Nautical Archaeology, now affiliated with Texas A&M University, where he holds the title of Distinguished Professor Emeritus. He began diving in 1960. By 1967 his team was the first to locate an ancient wreck with side-scan sonar, a 280-foot-deep site inspected from their submersible Asherah. Between 1977 and 1979 he excavated at Serçe Limanı, Turkey, an 11th-century A.D. ship with three tons of broken glass; mended from a million shards over 20 years, it is the largest collection of medieval Islamic glass in existence. The National Geographic Society awarded him its La Gorce Gold Medal in 1979 and, in 1988, one of its fifteen Centennial Awards. In 1999 he received the JC Harrington Medal from The Society for Historical Archaeology. President George W. Bush presented him with the National Medal of Science in 2002. George Bass has written or edited ten books and over a hundred articles. He and his wife Ann, dividing their time between College Station, Texas, and Bodrum, Turkey, built a house next to INA’s Bodrum Research Center.