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Thompson, Bruce F. The Rigging of a 17th-century Frigate at Mombasa, Kenya
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The Mombasa Wreck; or the San Antonio de Tanna
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Piercy, R. "Mombasa Wreck excavation: Second preliminary Report" IJNA 7 (1978) 301-319
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Desmond, Charles. Wooden Ship-Building
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Hoving, A.J. Part II. IJNA 17 (1988) 331-338.
Hoving, A.J. "A 17th Century 42-feet Long Dutch Pleasure Vessel: A Research into Original Building Techniques," Carvel Construction Technique (Fifth International Symposium on Boat and Ship Archaeology)
Lambert, A.M. The Making of the Dutch Landscape
Lavery, Brian. The Ship of the Line: The Development of the Battlefleet 1650-1850
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Baker, P. and Green, J, "Recording techniques used during the excavation of the Batavia" IJNA 5.2: 143-158.
Green, J. "The VOC ship Batavia wrecked in 1629 on the Houtman Abrolhos, Western Australia" IJNA 4.1: 43-63.
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Green, J. "The Planking First Construction of the VOC Ship Batavia" Carvel Construction Technique
Green, J. Maritime Archaeology
Green, J. Loss of the Verenigde Oostindische Compagnie Retourschip Batavia
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Muckelroy. Archaeology under water
Spectre, P. Wooden Ship
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Bax, Alan. "De Liefde: A Dutch East Indiamen lost on the Out Skerries, Shetland, in 1711" IJNA 3.1 (1974): 81-90.
Christies. Amsterdam The Bredenhof Bullion
Cowan, Rex. "The Dutch East Indiaman Hollandia wreck on the Isles of Scilly in 1743" IJNA 4.2 (1975): 267-300.
Dumas, J. Fortune de Mer a l'ile Maurice
Forster, William A. "The Kennemerland, 1971: An interim Report" IJNA 2.2 (1973): 291-300.
Gawronski, J.H.G. Tvliogendhart Report 1982-1983.
GRASP. Sommaire du Dossier sur l'Epave de 'de Boot'.
Green, Jeremy. "The Wreck of the Dutch East Indiaman the Vergulde Draeck, 1656" IJNA 2.2 (1973): 267-289.
Green, Jeremy. The Loss of the Verenigde Oostindische Compagnie Jacht Verguide Draeck, Western Australia 1656 BAR #36, suppl.
Green, Jeremy. "The Survey of the VOC Fluit Risdam 1727, Malasia" IJNA 15.2 (1986): 93-104.
Henderson, Graeme. Marine Archaeology in Australia
Ingelman-Sundberg, C. Relics from the Dutch East Indiaman Zeewijk. Foundered in 1727
Jorg, C.J.A. The Geldermaisen: History and Porcelain
Kist, J.B. "Integrating archaeological and historical records in Dutch East India Company research" IJNA 19.1 (1990): 49-51.
Larn, Richard. Goodwin Sands Shipwrecks
Larn, Richard. Shipwrecks of Great Britain and Ireland
Lightly, Robert Allen. "An 18th century Dutch East Indiaman, found at Cape Town, 1971" IJNA 5.4 (1976): 305-316.
Marsden, Peter. "The Meresteyn, wrecked in 1702, near Cape Town, South Africa" IJNA 5.3 (1976): 201-219.
NUAG. "The wreck of the Dutch East Indiaman Campen on the Needles Rocks, Isle of Wight, 1627" IJNA 14.1 (1985): 1-31; 14.2: 97- 118.
Pickford, Nigel. The Atlas of Shipwreck and Treasure
Price, Richard. "The second season of work on the Kennemerland site, 1973:An interim report" IJNA (1974): 257-268.
Price, Richard. "The Kennemerlandsite: The third and fourth seasons 1974 and 1976. An interim report" IJNA 3.2 (1977): 187-218.
Stenuit, Robert. "Early relics of the VOC trade from Shetland: The wreck of the flue Lastdrager lost off Yell, 1653" IJNA 3.2 (1974): 213-256.
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Stenuit, Robert. "The Sunken Treasure of St. Helena" National Geographic 154 (Oct 1978): 562-276.
Turner, M. Shipwrecks and Salvage in South Africa, 1505 to the Present
Werz, Bruno. The Oosterland
Far Eastern Seafaring
Green, J. "The Shinan Excavation, Korea: an interim report on the hull structure," IJNA 12, 293-301.
Green, J. "The Song Dynasty Shipwreck at Quanzhou, Fujian Province, People's Republic of China," IJNA 12, 253-261.
Green, J. "The Shinan and Wando sites, Korea: further information," IJNA 18, 33-41.
Inoue, T. A Nautical Archaeological Survey Study of Kublai Khan's Fleets
Keith, D. "New Light on Medieval Chinese Seafaring Ship Construction," IJNA 10, 119-132.
Anderson, R.C. Naval Wars in the Baltic
Armstaban. Svenska Flottans Historia
Bass, George. A History of Seafaring
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Cederlund, Carl Ole. The Old Wrecks of the Baltic Sea BAR 186.
Cederlund, C.O. "Shipbuilding in the 17th and 18th Centuries: The Wasa as a Product of Dutch Shipbuilding," The North Sea
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Franzen, A. "Ghost from the Depths: the Warship Wasa," National Geographic 121, 1, January 1962, pp. 42-57.
Franzen, A. The Warship Wasa: Deep Diving and Marine Archaeology in Stockholm
Franzen, A. The Great Ship Wasa
Haafors, B. "The Preservation of the Vasa," Postmedieval Boat and Ship Archaeology BAR 256, 1985, 15-18.
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Haythornthwaite, P.J. Invisible Generals
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Webber, B. "Steeped in History," The New York Times Magazine 102, June 10, 1990.
Drawing Plan Wasa 1628, Statens Sjohistorika Museum, 1980
Martin, Colin "The Dartmouth, a British frigate wrecked off Mull, 1690" IJNA 7.1 (1978): 29-58.
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