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Civilizations in Contact Project
Civilizations in Contact Project is an interdisciplinary Research Project, involving history, archaeology, geography, economics, language and literature within the Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, University of Cambridge, funded by the Golden Web Foundation.
The Project is devoted to researching and mapping trade and wider cultural exchanges across political and cultural boundaries during the pre-modern era (primarily before 1800 CE).
Les mondes de l’océan Indien (Ier-XVIIIe siècle)
Institute of Nautical Archaeology (INA)
The Institute of Nautical Archaeology conducts archaeological research to increase knowledge of the evolution of civilization through the location and excavation of submerged and buried ships, submerged ruins, and their associated artifacts.
INAs mission is to fill in the gaps of history and provide answers to challenging historical questions through the study and examination of the vessels that have traveled the world's waterways for millennia, carrying people and cargo, and making possible the widespread exchange of ideas, innovation and invention.
Institute of Nautical Archaeology is the ONLY international organization of its kind that can work globally, to locate, document, excavate and preserve significant underwater and nautical archaeological sites.
Jewel of Muscat Project
The Jewel of Muscat is a 9th-century Arab sailing ship being built in Oman. It is due to be finished in 2009 and will embark on an historic voyage from Oman to Singapore in early 2010. Jewel of Muscat Project website allows to follow the construction and voyage of the ship and see the latest videos, photos and interactive features.
Mersa/Wadi Gawasis 2009 Report
Mersa/Wadi Gawasis 2009 Report, by Rodolfo Fattovich, Andrea Manzo - University of Naples "l'Orientale," Naples, Italy, and Chiara Zazzaro - University of Exeter, Exeter, UK; Redazione Archaeogate, 14 September 2009
Cotsen Institute of Archaeology Press
Cotsen Digital Archaeology (CDA) series presents the results of original archaeological and conservation research through digitally initiated and accessible publications that integrate innovative multimedia and data links.
Cotsen Digital Archaeology series has also been added to the Journals and Peer Review list.
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