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dc.contributor.authorMartins, Adolfo Miguel-
dc.descriptionTHE DATA ARE PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE DATA OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE DATA. The 3D model has been created based on scientific publications and 2D drawings produced by Richard Steffy, Yaacov Kahanov, and Jay Rosloff. References and bibliography: Kahanov, Y. 1996. “Conflicting Evidence for Defining the Origin of the Ma’agan Michael Shipwreck.” In Tropis IV Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Ship Construction in Antiquity, edited by H. Tzalas, 245-48. Athens: Hellenic Institute for the Preservation of Nautical Tradition. Kahanov, Y. 1997. “Wood Conservation of the Ma’agan Mikhael shipwreck.” IJNA 26:316-329. Kahanov, Y. 1999. “The Metal Nails from the Ma’agan Michael Ship”, IJNA 28:277-88. Kahanov, Y., and P. Pomey. 2004. “The Greek Sewn Shipbuilding Tradition and the Ma’agan Mikhael Ship: A compassion with the Mediterranean Parallels from the Sixth to Fourth Centuries.” MM 90.1: 6-28. Linder, E. 1992. “Excavating an ancient merchantman”. In: Biblical Archaeology Review 18:24-35. Linder, E., and Y. Kahanov. 2003. The Ma’agan Mikhael Ship, A recovery of a 2400-Year-Old Merchantman, edited by E. Black. Vol. 1, Final Report. Jerusalem: Old City Press. Shalev, S., Y. Kahanov, C. Doherty. 1999. “Nails from a 2400 year old shipwreck: A study of copper in a marine archaeological environment.” JOM 51:14-17.en_US
dc.description.abstractAbstract: This detailed 3D model of the Ma’agan Michael ship was inspired on what we know from the archaeological record. There are two scholarly reconstructions of this hull. We based our model on the Jay Rosloff set of lines mainly for aesthetic reasons. Even though Henry Winters and Yaacov Kahanov produced a second set of lines, later and with more data, we decided to develop our model from Jay Rosloff’s drawings because they look more in tune with the iconography available for vessels of this period. There are several versions available in different formats.en_US
dc.publisheriMARECULTURE H2020 Project: Advanced VR, iMmersive serious games and Augmented REality as tools to raise awareness and access to European underwater CULTURal heritagEen_US
dc.relationAdvanced VR, iMmersive serious games and Augmented REality as tools to raise awareness and access to European underwater CULTURal heritageen_US
dc.rightsCopyright ©2018 iMARECULTURE project. "CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivates 4.0 International"en_US
dc.subject3D modelen_US
dc.subjectMaggan Mikhaelen_US
dc.subject3D libraryen_US
dc.titleMa’agan Michael shipen_US
dc.collaborationCyprus University of Technologyen_US
dc.subject.categoryHistory and Archaeologyen_US
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crisitem.project.grantnoH2020 RIA CULT-COOP-08-2016-
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