Peoples An analysis of the likely origins of the Sea Peoples.
II excavation of a 5th century BCE trading ship
Timelines and Events Brief timeline analysis of major events
leading to the creation and installation of the Ark to the 1st
Uluburun Bronze Age Shipwreck The INA has used the
excavation of this site to set new standards for the conduct of
Underwater archeology. This site is a literal time capsule of
information about the nature of trade in the Middle East during
the late period of the second millennium 1300 BCE.
Cape Gelidonya Another INA archeological site revealing
the Cargo of a Bronze Age ship Circa 1200 BCE.
Virtual Egypt Extensive visual references to the artifacts
of this culture
The following links have been lost since the
ships of antiquity web pages were created.
The Battle of Salamis in its
complete historic context by Dr V.G. Callender associate Professor
The Battle Of Salamis
Romantic art depicting the Battle of Salamis
Ships on Stamps (Hatshepsut's Ship) Stamps as art, various stamps
with the images of Egyptian Ships
Santorini The Island of Thera
where archeology has revealed the ancient cultures of the Aegean
of a Roman merchant ship, of the Corbita type
Necho Egyptian Pharaoh
credited with having circumnavigated Africa in 600BCE
History of the Punic
Shishak l A brief
description of the Pharaoh Shishak I. Mentioned in the Bible
as leading a military Campaign into the Levant and literally standing
at the door of Jerusalem to sack it. Much conjecture is being
done over the apparent success of his campaign.
"Song Of The
Cedars" A poem about the heart of a tree
Ancient Roman Navy
Hobby World of Montreal
Ancient ship models for sale.