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Postmortem Archaeology: Reinterpreting Salvaged Sites using the CSS Neuse as a Case Study
(East Carolina University, 2016-04-19)
Traditionally, salvaged wreck sites are disregarded by academia because contextual data are lost without detailed measured site maps. When these sites are ignored, the information that can be gained from individual artifacts ...
“DASH AT THE ENEMY!”: THE USE OF MODERN NAVAL THEORY TO EXAMINE THE BATTLEFIELD AT ELIZABETH CITY, NORTH CAROLINA
(East Carolina University, 2016-01-15)
Immediately following the Union victory at Roanoke Island (7-8 February 1862), Federal naval forces advanced north to the Pasquotank River and the town of Elizabeth City, North Carolina where remnants of the Confederate ...
WARSHIPS OF THE FIRST PUNIC WAR: AN ARCHAEOLOGICAL INVESTIGATION AND CONTRIBUTORY RECONSTRUCTION OF THE EGADI 10 WARSHIP FROM THE BATTLE OF THE EGADI ISLANDS (241 B.C.)
(East Carolina University, 2016-05-03)
Oared warships dominated the Mediterranean from the Bronze Age down to the development of cannon. Purpose-built warships were specifically designed to withstand the stresses of ramming tactics and high intensity impacts. ...