The South-China-Sea Tradition: the Hybrid Hulls of South-East Asia

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Title

The South-China-Sea Tradition: the Hybrid Hulls of South-East Asia

Creator

Michael Flecker

Date

2007

Type

Journal Article

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Author

Michael Flecker

Item Type

Journal Article

DOI

10.1111/j.1095-9270.2006.00109.x

Abstract Note

The South-China-Sea Tradition is a hybrid vessel-type combining structural features of Chinese and South-East Asian origin. It only occurs from the late-14th to the late-16th centuries and mirrors the production period of Thai export ceramics. This article examines 16 South-China-Sea-Tradition wrecks with a view to determining a well-defined list of characteristics, the origin of those characteristics, and the most likely builders. © 2006 The Author

Access Date

2009-11-28 06:23:12

Date

2007

Issue

1

Library Catalog

Wiley InterScience

Pages

75-90

Publication Title

International Journal of Nautical Archaeology

Short Title

The South-China-Sea Tradition

Title

The South-China-Sea Tradition: the Hybrid Hulls of South-East Asia

URL

http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1095-9270.2006.00109.x

Volume

36

Files

Citation

Michael Flecker, “The South-China-Sea Tradition: the Hybrid Hulls of South-East Asia,” The MUA Collection, accessed December 17, 2017, http://www.themua.org/collections/items/show/1417.