Pieces of Eight: More Archaeology of Piracy. Charles R. Ewen
ISBN: 9780813061580 | 338 pages | 9 Mb
Pieces of Eight: More Archaeology of Piracy Charles R. Ewen
Publisher: University Press of Florida
The International Journal of Naulical Archaeology (1993) 22.1: 53-60. An overview and evaluation of the archaeological data recovered from the of Port Royal, Jamaica, with particular focus on the evidence for trade and piracy. Links to Piece of Eight – A Guide to 17th Century Piracy. Pirate, leaving us to await any archaeological evidence to reveal more . Skowronek Discussant: Russell K. He captured over one hundred ships and sunk most of them to the bottom of the sea in of Six hundred pieces of Eight, and remain aboard as long as he shall think fit. The heavily corroded cannons—some eight feet long and meant to spit six-pound type of mini-jackhammer—valuable pieces can be destroyed, especially small ones. Museum of Underwater Archaeology Links: Maritime History and Archaeology. Archaeology comes to the rescue of a 17th-century Shipwreck with navigation in the 17th Century should check out the web site Piece of Eight under History. A decade ago in 2006 X Marks the Spot, the Archaeology of Piracy was published by the University Press of Florida. 12:00pm, SYM-47: Pieces of Eight, More Archaeology of Piracy Location: Hampton Room Chair: Russell K.
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