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Marine archaeology: developments during sixty years in the Mediterranean.
Joan du Plat Taylor
|Statement||Edited by Joan du Plat Taylor for C. M. A. S. (World Underwater Federation)|
|Contributions||World Confederation of Underwater Activities.|
|LC Classifications||DE61.N3 T3 1966|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||208|
|LC Control Number||65020609|
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[Joan du Plat Taylor; World Confederation of Underwater Activities.]. Underwater Archeological Techniques. (Book Reviews: Marine Archaeology: Developments During Sixty Years in the Mediterranean) Quimby, George : George I. Quimby.
Her contributions to maritime archaeology were as an early thinker and driving force. She was a member of the Cape Gelidonya excavation team and worked at the Phoenician harbor of Motya in Sicily. In she edited the influential book Marine Archaeology: Developments During.
Marine archaeology; developments during sixty years in the Mediterranean. Edited by Joan du Plat Taylor for C.M.A.S. (World Underwater Federation).
du Plat Taylor, Joan (ed.). MARINE ARCHAEOLOGY: DEVELOPMENTS DURING SIXTY YEARS IN THE MEDITERRANEAN. Thomas Y. Crowell Company.
8vo, pages; Hardcover w/ DJ; DJ has chips and some tears. Subject: Archaeology - Underwater. Joan Mabel Frederica Du Plat Taylor (26 June – ) was born in Glasgow, Scotland on 26 June and, despite no formal training, became one of the first maritime archaeologists.
Her parents were Colonel St. John Louis Hyde du Plat Taylor and Alice Home-Purves and her grandfather was Colonel John Lowther du Plat Taylor CB VD ( – 5 March ).Born: 26 JuneGlasgow, Scotland. Marine archaeology: developments during sixty years in the Mediterranean. World Confederation of Underwater Activities, Hutchinson.
- contains an account of locating the wreck of Livadia in s. Larionov, A. (, in Russian).Namesake: Livadia Palace. MARINE ARCHAEOLOGY Developments during sixty years in the Mediterranean. Edited by Joan du Plat Taylor. Contributors include Frederic Dumas, Phillipe Tailliez, George Bass, Yves Girault, Guy de Frondeville, Nino Lamboglia, Fernand Benoit, George Karo, Nicolas Fleming et al.
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