Skyllis. 16.Jg. 2016, Vol.1

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Journal for maritime and limnic archaeology and cultural history
hrsg. v. Deutsche Gesellschaft zur Förderung der Unterwasserarchäologie (DEGUWA)
16 th year, 2015, Vol. 1
ISSN 1436-3372

100 p., many figs.



  • Vorwort
  • Jonas Enzmann – Feiko Wilkes, How to document a wreck you barely see? Advantages of Struckture from Motion in waters with visibility of less than one meter
  • Roman Scholz – Luka Bekic – Mladen Pesic, Fotobasierte Dokumentationsmethoden in der limnischen und maritimen Archäologie. Fallstudie eines Schiffswracks vor der Insel Veruda, Kroatien
  • Laura Sanna, Man vs robot in underwater archaeology. Advantages and limits of using technology in the study of a wreck site
  • Francesco Tiboni, Ten years of experience in instrumental underwater archaeology. A critic
  • Sebastiano Tusa, The wide role of technology in the management of Underwater Cultural Heritage. Sicilian case studies
  • Antonia Sciancalepore – Egidio Severi, New computer technologies applied to the underwater arcaeologty of Lake Bolsena (Lazio, Italy)
  • Felix Rösch, The early Schleswig waterfront. Infrastructure and organization of a major trading port between Viking Age and Hanseatic League
  • Lucy Semaan, Surveying the waters of Anfeh, Lebanon Preliminary results
  • Chiara Zazzaro – Romolo Loreto – Enzo Cocc, 3D surveying of an eighteenth century merchantman off the Red Sea coast of Saudi Arabia
  • Iván Negueruela Rocio Castillo – Juan Luis Sierra, Deep waters archaeology. The 2015 campaign in the frigate “Mercedes” (depth 1136-1138 m)
  • Ma/lgorzata MileszczykMajor inconvenience or local heritage? The wetland battlefield by the Muchawka River
  • Das Bücherbrett

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