Kelenderis Ship—Square or Lateen Sail?

@article{Friedman2006KelenderisSO,
  title={Kelenderis Ship—Square or Lateen Sail?},
  author={Z. Friedman and L. Zoroğlu},
  journal={International Journal of Nautical Archaeology},
  year={2006},
  volume={35},
  pages={108 - 116}
}
The Kelenderis ship appears in a harbour scene frame that forms one‐third of a mosaic floor (the other two‐thirds are decorated with geometric patterns). The name of the ship indicates its location, the town once called Kelenderis, in Turkey. The large sailing ship is depicted with a fully‐open quadrilateral sail. No anchor or mooring line is indicated, but its static position suggests that the vessel is at anchor. The purpose of this paper is to clarify the intricate type of sailing rig. The… Expand

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