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John Thor Ewing Jun 13
13 June 1514: King Henry VIII’s new flagship, The Great Harry, or Henry Grace à Dieu, is dedicated at Woolwich. At 1,500 tons and 165 ft long with 184 guns on two gundecks and a complement of up to 1,000 men, she is the biggest and most powerful warship in Europe.
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Joyce E. Chaplin 1 May 18
STRIKE! In 1768, sailors in London “struck” the sails of their ships, stopping maritime traffic on the Thames, in solidarity with London workers and artisans who wanted better wages. The word stuck as a way to describe any labor stoppage.
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Lapham’s Quarterly Apr 29
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AncientGreeceDeclassifed Apr 15
Most of the writings the Romans produced as they rose to power have perished.📜🔥☠️ We mainly have texts from when they had already conquered the Mediterranean. What happened to all the earlier stuff? Find out in our new episode! 🎙️ ft.
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The Maritime History Podcast Apr 10
Replying to @JoelGMcKinnon
Speaking of details, I found this publication that seems to contain the deepest detail so far -
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The Maritime History Podcast Apr 10
Replying to @HistoriaMare
Here is a link to the published preliminary findings from the archaeological team working this wreck -
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The Maritime History Podcast Apr 10
"Turkish archaeologists discover world's 'oldest' Bronze Age shipwreck off Antalya coast" - via
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The Maritime History Podcast Apr 10
Replying to @JoelGMcKinnon
Certainly! Once there are some more details out there we'll see what we can do 😉
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Jens Notroff Apr 5
This a huge! Seriously huge. Ever heard of the , discoverd in the 1980s in SW , an amazing find shedding new light on a sea trade network in the Late Mediterranean? THERE’S ANOTHER ONE! 😲😲😲
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The Maritime History Podcast Apr 4
"16th-century shipwreck discovered by investigators looking for missing shipping containers" - via
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Partial Historians Apr 3
North African Roman mosaic now held at the Bardo National Museum, Tunisia. There’s lots of form-changing going on with Panther-Dionysus scattering pirates, who are changing into dolphins.
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The Maritime History Podcast Apr 2
I reviewed a great new book a few weeks ago. "Great Naval Battles of the Ancient Greek World" by Owen Rees is highly recommended if you’d like to brush up on the naval battles of ancient Greece or even learn about them for the first time.
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The Maritime History Podcast Apr 1
Replying to @Lmik1708 @MNUFC and 2 others
It's part of the debate around which battle is the largest. Working to get it out to you soon! As for supporting a team that struggles to compete, I can complete sympathize with you! 😂 I'm an fan when it comes to Britain, and all my other teams are faithfully mediocre
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The Maritime History Podcast Mar 30
Taking a wee research break to watch my local soccer (football) team, Minnestoa United FC. I'm a huge soccer fan, anyone else with me? And if so, who do you support?
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The Maritime History Podcast Mar 29
Secrets of horrific battle with Cleopatra that gave birth to Roman Empire revealed by ancient monument |
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The Maritime History Podcast Mar 27
Replying to @Slicyman
Indeed! Not sure if you have seen it yet but I quite recently released a stand-alone discussion about Thonis-Heracleion and the "baris" ship found there
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The Maritime History Podcast Mar 26
Just released a mini-episode to discuss the recent news related to Ship 17 and the study of this 'baris' ship at Thonis-Heracleion. There's a small preview below, but visit the website or your favorite podcast app for the full episode.
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dr Petra Schneidhofer Mar 25
GPR depth slice animation showing the ship burial at Borre discovered by of
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The Maritime History Podcast Mar 25
Replying to @JoelGMcKinnon
There may or may not be a mini-episode about this discovery in the works 😏 thanks for sharing the news!
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The Maritime History Podcast Mar 25
Replying to @ThorEwing
Always a good day when news like this is circulating 🙂
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