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Mediaeval Shipbuilding in the Mediterranean and Written Culture at Venice
Beginning in the thirteenth century, documentary evidence for shipbuilding in the Mediterranean is conserved in legal contracts, personal notebooks, a handbook on seafaring, shipwrights' portfolios,Expand
Three Renaissance Wrecks from Turkey and Their Implications for Maritime History in the Eastern Mediterranean
This paper summarises findings from three recently investigated Renaissance wrecks in deepwater discovered in the Straits of Rhodes and interprets them in the context of that fast-changing world.Expand
Res nauticae: Mediterranean Seafaring and Written Culture in the Renaissance
In characteristic fashion, the Iter Italicum of Paul Oskar Kristeller reveals the richness of Renaissance thought on seafaring. The literature on seafaring conserved in manuscripts cataloged in theExpand
THE LETTERED PUBLIC FOR THE FUNERAL ORATIONS OF POGGIO BRACCIOLINI ON FRANCESCO ZABARELLA AND LEONARDO GIUSTINIANI ON CARLO ZENO
The contemporary efflorescence of comprehensive codicological and paleographical scholarship, supported by the swelling digitalization of extant manuscripts, allows a statistical and culturalExpand
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