Book reviewed in this article:

Archaeological heritage management in Dutch waters: exploratory studies (Scheepsarcheologie V), THIJS MAARLEVELD

II Manoscritto dell'Abbazia di Finalpia: una fonte par I'archeologia navale dei primo Seicento, FURIO CICILIOT

Underwater Archaeology, 1998 (Proceedings from the Society for Historical Archaeology meeting, Atlanta), LAWRENCE E. BABITS, CATHERINE FACH and RYAN HARRIS (Eds)

The persistence of sail in the age of steam; underwater archaeological evidence from the Dry Tortugas (Plenum Series in Underwater Archaeology), DONNA J. SOUZA

The Archaeology of Whaling in Southern Australia and New Zealand, SUSAN LAWRENCE and MARK STANIFORTH (Eds)

Diving up the Human Past—perspectives of maritime archaeology with specific reference to developments in South Africa until 1996 (BAR International Series 749), BRUNO E. J. S. WERZ

Transport in Ancient Egypt, ROBERT PARTRIDGE

The First Antarctic Winter, JANET CRAWFORD


The earliest recorded bridge at Rochester (BAR British Series 252), COLIN FLIGHT

Les archéologues aux pieds palmés: la fabuleuse histoire de la fouille archéologique d'un baleinier Basque du 16e siècle échoué au Labrador, MARC-ANDRÉ BERNIER and ROBERT GRENIER

The Search for the North West Passage, ANN SAVOURS

Deutsche Fischdampfer Technik Entwicklung Einsatz Schiffsregister (German fishing trawlers), WOLFGANG WALTER

The material culture of steamboat passengers: archaeological evidence from the Missouri River (Plenum Series in Underwater Archaeology), ANNALIES CORBIN

Ships fittings and rigging components recovered from the 1983 underwater archaeological excavation at Red Bay, Labrador (Parks Service Canada Research Bulletin no 300, January 1993), CHARLES S. BRADBURY

Texas’ Liberty Ships: from World War II working-class heroes to artificial reefs (Texas Parks & Wildlife Bulletin no 99.1), J. BARTO ARNOLD III