Excavations at Sīrāf: Second Interim Report

  title={Excavations at Sīrāf: Second Interim Report},
  author={David Whitehouse},
Maritime Aspects of Medieval Siraf, Iran: a pilot project for the investigation of coastal and underwater archaeological remains
Siraf is well‐known archaeologically and historically as an ancient port in the Persian Gulf that prospered during the medieval period. Siraf played a leading role in facilitating maritime and
Indo-Arabian stone anchor of Manikapatna, Odisha, east coast of India: An indicator of maritime contacts of Odisha
Numerous stone and iron anchors of various shapes and sizes have been brought to light during the maritime archaeological explorations along the Indian littoral. And anchors are proxies to maritime
Recently Discovered Iron Anchors from Tamil Nadu, East Coast of India
In maritime archaeological studies, anchors made of stone, wood, or metal have played a significant role in shipping, not only acted as a proxy during the period of their use but also suggesting
Geoarchaeology as a tool to understand ancient navigation in the northern Persian Gulf and the harbour history of Siraf
Pushing the Boat Out: A study of spatial organisation andharbour spaces in the early Swahili ports of the Zanzibar Archipelago, 550-1100 CE
The aim of this thesis is to identify maritime activity and patterns of spatial organisation through archaeological survey at first millennium coastal settlements in the Zanzibar Archipelago, in
Cross-cultural exchange in the post-medieval Adriatic : an examination of glass artefacts from the 15th through mid-18th centuries
The early-modern Adriatic was a conduit for the exchange of goods, ideas, and people. At the time, this region was divided between three leading economic and political powers: the Republic of Venice,
Iran’s Earthen Architectural Heritage as Reflected in the Terra Congress Proceedings and Iran Journal
Iran is an important place for architectural and archaeological studies, especially for its wealth of earthen architecture. International scholarly studies in Iran began in the late nineteen and
Sea Trade between Iran and China in the Persian Gulf based on the Excavations of Sīrāf City
Sīrāf was an important port in the Late Sassanid era; yet its highest glory and economic prowess occurred in the first Islamic centuries, especially in the tenth century A.D. Among the significant