Marine Archaeology

Marine Archaeology

 

Recent Submissions

  • Mascarenhas, A.; Tripati, S.; ManiMurali, R. (Recent Researches on Indus Civilization & Maritime Archaeology in India. ed by: Gaur, A.S.; Sundaresh,; Agam Kala Prakashan.New Delhi; 2015; 207-218)
    Historical records reveal the existence of a military fort within the Mandovi estuary. The structure was built in 1598 opposite the Reis Magos fort, extended in the adjoining area of the present traffic circle of Miramar, ...
  • Gaur, A.S. (Recent Researches on Indus Civilization & Maritime Archaeology in India. ed by: Gaur, A.S.; Sundaresh,;Agam Kala Prakashan. New Delhi 2015; 125-135)
    Shipwreck archaeology in South Asian region is rather recent when one compares with the rest of the world and shipwrecks of the Bronze Age are unknown so far. There is also limited information on the shipwrecks of the early ...
  • Farooqui, A.; Gaur, A.S. (Recent Researches on Indus Civilization & Maritime Archaeology in India. ed by: Gaur, A.S.; Sundaresh,;Agam Kala Prakashan. New Delhi; 2015; 97-106)
    Coastal archaeological sites serve as potential archive of past climate-culture and vegetation relationship responding to relative sea level changes. Most of the Harappan dwellers along the coastal region largely depended ...
  • Sundaresh;; Gaur, A.S.; Tripati, S. (Recent Researches on Indus Civilization & Maritime Archaeology in India. ed by: Gaur, A.S.; Sundaresh,;Agam Kala Prakashan.New Delhi 2015; 247-253)
    Maritime activities along the Tamil Nadu date back to the second half of the 1st millennia BC and a large number of port towns developed all along the Tamil Nadu coast. The coastal and offshore explorations have yielded a ...
  • Tripati, S.; Patnaik, S.K.; Acharya, S.B. (Bulletin of the Australasian Institute for Maritime Archaeology, vol.38; 2014; 65-72)
    The maritime trade between the ports of northern Odisha namely Balasore, Pipli, Dhamra and Chandbali and the European countries during the 16th to 19th centuries is well documented. Among other European countries, the ...
  • Tripati, S. (In "Proceedings of the 2nd Asia-Pacific Regional Conference on Underwater Cultural Heritage, Honolulu, Hawaii, 12-16 May, 2014. Ed by: Tilburg, H.V.; Tripati, S.; Walker, V.; Fahy, B.; Kimura, J.; , vol.2; 2014; 973-986)
    Various types of stone anchors have been observed during inshore and offshore explorations along the east and west coasts of India. The earliest stone anchors of India have been recorded from the Harappan sites (3rd ...
  • Muthucumarana, R.; Gaur, A.S.; Chandraratne, W.M.; Manders, M.; Rao, B.R.; Bhushan, R.; Khedekar, V.D.; Dayananda, A.M.A. (Journal of Maritime Archaeology, vol.9(1); 2014; 41–58.)
    Investigations in 2010 by an international team of maritime archaeologists yielded a concentration of artefacts identified here by the authors as the remains of a shipwreck off the southern coastal village of Godawaya, Sri ...
  • Tripati, S.; Gaur, A.S.; Sundaresh (Kaveri Books; New Delhi; India; 2014; xxiv+ 207)
    In recent years, maritime archaeological studies have unearthed several of our lost cultural heritages. Many believe that maritime archaeology is a complex and specialized field. Author has penned down his personal experiences ...
  • Tripati, S.; Rao, K.P.; Kumari, S.; Imsong, O.; Vanlalhruaitluangi, V. (International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, vol.43; 2014; 188-191)
    Archaeological, epigraphical, numismatic and other sources confirm that ports of Andhra Pradesh had played a significant role in spreading Indian culture to distant countries. Along with other ports Kottapatnam has contributed ...

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