The Bakau wreck: an early example of Chinese shipping in Southeast Asia

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Title

The Bakau wreck: an early example of Chinese shipping in Southeast Asia

Creator

Michael Flecker

Date

2001

Type

Journal Article

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Author

Michael Flecker

Item Type

Journal Article

DOI

10.1111/j.1095-9270.2001.tb01369.x

Abstract Note

Very few early Chinese shipwrecks have been discovered in Southeast Asia, despite the enormous volume of trade with China. This article describes the surprising hull features of one such wreck, and its diverse ceramic cargo. The Bakau Wreck dates to the early 15th century, and was bound from southern China to Indonesia via a Thai entrepot port.

Access Date

2009-11-28 06:23:20

Date

2001

Issue

2

Library Catalog

Wiley InterScience

Pages

221-230

Publication Title

International Journal of Nautical Archaeology

Short Title

The Bakau wreck

Title

The Bakau wreck: an early example of Chinese shipping in Southeast Asia

URL

http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1095-9270.2001.tb01369.x

Volume

30

Files

Citation

Michael Flecker, “The Bakau wreck: an early example of Chinese shipping in Southeast Asia,” The MUA Collection, accessed July 23, 2019, http://www.themua.org/collections/items/show/1307.