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by Carl Olof CEDERLUND

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Author: Carl Olof CEDERLUND
ISBN: 0860542297
ISBN13: 978-0860542292
Language: English
Publisher: British Archaeological Reports; 1st edition edition (1983)
Pages: 239
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In Sweden, the established concept of and the term for archaeology directed toward the marine environment is marinarkeologi  .

In Sweden, the established concept of and the term for archaeology directed toward the marine environment is marinarkeologi -in English, marine archaeology  . 1980, Background to the Baltic; Medieval ships in Kalmar; Wasa, the big warship; Recording wrecks in Baltic waters; Identifying the Älvsnabben ship; Maritime archaeology in the Baltic. In Archaeology under Water. 1983, The Old Wrecks of the Baltic Sea. Archaeological Recording of the Wrecks of Carvel-built Ships.

The Dalarö wreck (also "Edesö Wreck") is a shipwreck of a 17th-century ship lying in the waters off Edesön near Dalarö, southeast of Stockholm, Sweden. It is the remains of a three-masted armed vessel

The Dalarö wreck (also "Edesö Wreck") is a shipwreck of a 17th-century ship lying in the waters off Edesön near Dalarö, southeast of Stockholm, Sweden. It is the remains of a three-masted armed vessel. It was discovered in 2003 but it was not made public until March 2007. This ship disappear from the written sources around 1660

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Unaware of the extent or provenience of recovered material culture, the author set about utilizing the most relevant (mega) artifact at hand: the structural remains.

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The Old Wrecks of the Baltic Sea. The distribution of ships of Japan in 1890 was mapped and analysed to elucidate the transport capacity in the ocean, lakes, and rivers in the early modern period

The Old Wrecks of the Baltic Sea. Background to the Baltic; Medieval ships in Kalmar; Wasa, the big warship; Recording wrecks in Baltic waters; Identifying the Älvsnabben ship; Maritime archaeology in the Baltic. The Sailing Route of King Valdemar. The distribution of ships of Japan in 1890 was mapped and analysed to elucidate the transport capacity in the ocean, lakes, and rivers in the early modern period. Based upon the statistical category, ships are classified into those with the capacity of 50 koku (. tons) or more and those with less than 50 koku capacity.

A perfectly-preserved wreck that has lain unnoticed in the icy waters of the Baltic Sea, between Sweden and Estonia, for over 500 years, has finally been discovered. The European vessel was first detected in 2009, when a sonar survey by the Swedish Maritime Administration indicated a large object in the area. However, it was not until early 2019 that maritime archeologists from the University of Southampton in England and Sweden-based marine survey specialists MMT found evidence of the sunken ship using underwater robotic cameras.

International Archaeological Reports since 1974. Author: Carl Olof Cederlund. Publication Year: 1983.

For the general survey and measuring of the wreck, the work followed Carl Olof Cederlund's methods for the scientific documenting of carvel-built ships in the Baltic (Cederlund, 1983). In 1992, Swedish colleagues advised the author of the loss of the Swedish ship Finska Falken. She seems to have sunk off the coast of Warnemünde on 11 July 1564. The attempted correlation of information, especially about the marine finds of carvel-built ships of the 16th century in the Baltic Sea, soon showed that knowledge in this field is imperfect.

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