2014 Shipwreck Weekend Schedule. No registration required, just show up!

April 12th, 2014

Anthropology Building and Blocker Auditorium

Texas A&M University, College Station, TX


Keynote Lecture - Saturday - April 12th, 2014 - 7:00 PM
Blocker Building Auditorium

The Studies in Nautical Traditions Lecture Series Presents:
Ben Ford

Dr. Rebecca Ingram

Yenikapı Byzantine Shipwrecks of Istanbul, Turkey

Begun in 2004, salvage archaeological excavations in the Yenikapı district of Istanbul, Turkey, have unearthed the remains of Constantinople’s Theodosian Harbor, including 37 Byzantine shipwrecks of 5th- to 11th-century AD date. A small, international team of archaeologists, under the direction of Dr. Cemal Pulak of the Institute of Nautical Archaeology at Texas A&M University, conducted the excavation, documentation, and dismantling of eight of these shipwrecks. Dr. Rebecca Ingram, a Nautical Archaeology Program graduate and member of the Yenikapı team, will discuss INA’s work at this remarkable urban site.


 

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Found near Namık Kemal Street, Yenikapı shipwreck YK 23, a late 8th- or early 9th-century merchantman, awaits documentation and dismantling in December 2007

 


2014 Shipwreck Weekend Itinerary

FUN!!!

Kids Fair / Open House 11:00am -3:00pm

Anthropology Building 1st floor

Carolyn Kennedy

Carolyn Kennedy - Texas A&M University

Steamboat Wrecks of Lake Champlain

5:00-5:15pm in Blocker

Nicholas Budsberg - Texas A&M University

Revisiting the Highbourne Cay Wreck

5:15-5:30pm in Blocker

Rachel Matheny

Rachel Matheny - Texas A&M University

Personal Possessions Aboard VOC Shipwrecks

5:30-5:45 pm in Blocker

Chris Dostal

Chris Dostal - Texas A&M University

Technology in Conservation

5:45 - 6:00pm in Blocker

Kevin Crisman

Dr. Kevin Crisman

Coffins of The Brave: Lake Shipwrecks of the War of 1812

6:30-7:00pm in Blocker

Rebecca Ingram

Dr. Rebecca Ingram

- Keynote Speaker -

Yenikapı Byzantine Shipwrecks of Istanbul, Turkey

7:00 -8:00pm in Blocker

 


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