Class Information

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Nautical Archaeology Program Classes

Spring 2016

  • Conservation 3ANTH 489-503
  • Ancient Egypt
  • Dr. Shelley Wachsmann
  • Introduction to Nautical ArchaeologyANTH 608
  • Skills in Maritime Archaeology
  • Dr. Shelley Wachsmann

 

 

 

Other Courses Previously Offered

  • Conservation 3ANTH 318
  • Nautical Archaeology of the Americas
  • Conservation 3ANTH 489
  • Romans, Arabs, Vikings
  • Dr. Filipe Castro
  • Introduction to Nautical ArchaeologyANTH 611
  • History of Wooden Shipbuilding
  • Dr. Cemal Pulak
  • Conservation 3ANTH 613
    Classical Seafaring
  • Dr. Deborah Carlson
  • Introduction to Nautical ArchaeologyANTH 615
  • History of Wooden Shipbuilding
  • Dr. Cemal Pulak
  • Deep-Submergence ArchaeologyANTH 633
  • Deep-Submergence Archaeology
  • Dr. Shelley Wachsmann
  • Conservation 3ANTH 689
  • Maritime Communities and Seafaring Life
  • Dr. Kevin Crisman




 

 

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