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Title: The INA quarterly
Alternate Title: Institute of Nautical Archaeology quarterly
Abbreviated Title: INA q.
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Institute of Nautical Archaeology (U.S.)
Institute of Nautical Archaeology (U.S.)
Publisher: Institute of Nautical Archaeology
Place of Publication: College Station TX
College Station TX
Publication Date: Spring 2008
Copyright Date: 1997
Frequency: quarterly
Subject: Underwater archaeology -- Periodicals   ( lcsh )
Archéologie sous-marine -- Périodiques   ( rvm )
Genre: periodical   ( marcgt )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 1 (spring 1992)-
General Note: Title from cover.
General Note: Latest issue consulted: Vol. 23, no. 2 (summer 1996).
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Volume ID: VID00051
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 26536606
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issn - 1090-2635
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George E Bass, Ph.D.. Chairman Emeritust
Michael Katzer (deceased)
Jack \\ Kelkly
Officers /Administration
James P Delgado. Ph.D.. President*
Claudia E LeDoux, Vire-President, Administralinn
Cemal MI. Pulak, PI.D.. icc IPrsident
KevinJ. Crisman, Ph.D.. Vice President
Michelle D. Chmelar. Accounting Officer
Tufan U. Turanl, Administrator. Bodrum Research Cenier

William L. Allen
Robert I). Ballard, Ph.D
Edward 0. Boshell,Jr.
Elizabeth L. Bruni
John Cassils, M.D.
Gregory )M. Cook
William C. Culp, 1MD.
Lucy Darden*
Thomas E Darden
John De Lapa

Gordon W\. Bass
George R. Belcher
Raynettc Boshcll
Allan Campbell, M.D.
Nicholas Grillis
Jeff Hakko
Robin P Hartmann
Faith Hentschel, Ph.D.

Board of Directors & Officers
C. Curtis Dunnavan
Claude Duthuit
DanicllcJ. Ferne*
Charles P Garrison. M.D.. \ire Chairman*
Donald Geddes III, Chairman*
James Goold. Secretary & General Counsel*
CharlesJohnson, Ph.D.*
Gregory M. Kiez
Alex G. Nason

Associate Directors
Susan Katzev
William C. Klein, M.D.
Selquk Kolay
George laxige
Anthony Marshall
Thomas McCasland,Jr.
Dana E McGinnis
Michael Plank

George E. Robb,Jr.
Andrew Sansom, Ph.D.*
Clyde P Smith, Treasurer*
Jason Sturgis
Peier \an Alfen, Ph.D.
Frederick -an DoorninckJr., Ph.D.*
Robert L. Walker, Ph.D.*
i-rer NI. Way, Past Chairman*
Rohyn Woodward, Ph.D.
Sally %M. Yamini

.Margaret jane Zemla Salam
Lynn Baird Shaw
Betsey Boshell Toild
Mary Tooze
Le \ Ward
Garry A. Weber
Roger A. Williamson, Ph.D.

Nautical Archaeology Program Faculty
Deborah N. Carlson, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Sara V. and George 0. Yamini Frilow
Luis Filipe 'ieira de Castro, Ph.D.. Asisisant Professor, Freerric R. Mayetr Faculty Fellow of Nautical Archarologi
KevinJ. Crisman.+ Associate Professor. Nautical Archaeology Faculhy Fellow
Donny I.. Hamilton, Ph.D., George T. & Gladys H. Ahell Chair in Nautical Archaeology. Yamini Family Chair in Ulberal Arts
Cemal Pulak, Ph.D., :rederick R. Mavyr Faculty Professor of Nautiral Arrharology
C. \Wayne Smith. Ph.D.. Associate Professor. INA Faculty Fellow
Shelley Wachsmann, Ph.D., Meadows Professor of Biblical Archaeology

Nautical Archaeology Program Emeritus Faculty
George E Bass, Ph.D.
GeCwrg T. & Gladys H. Abell Chair in Nautical Archaeology. Yamnini Fanily Chair in Libral Arts. Distinguished PrIfesstr. Emeritus
Frtderick H. van Doorninck,Jr., Ph.D.
Frederick R. Mayer Faculty Professor of Nautical Archaeology, Emeritus

J. Barto Arnold, M.A.
Danic Bartoli
Kroum Batchvarov
Pinor Bojakowski
Carlos Cabrera
Lilia Campana
Alexis Caisamhis
Arthur Cohn,J.D.
I1-arc PaIul Creasman
Katie Custer, M.A.
Ben Ford
Donald A, :Frc% Ph.D.

Research Associates
Jeremy Green, M.A.
Elizabeth Greene, Ph.D.
Jerome L. Hall, Ph.D.
Frederick Hanselmann, M.A.
Faith D. Hentschel, Ph.D.
Frederick Hocker, Ph.D.
Carolyn G. Koehler, Ph.D.
Justin Leidwanger
Margaret E. Leshikar-Denton, Ph.D.
MariA del Pilar I.una Err-guerena
Asaf Omn
Ralph K. Ridersen, Ph.D.
Robin C.M. Piercy

Juan Pinedo
John Pollack
Mark Rolzer
Donald Rosencrantz
.Jef Royal. Ph.D.
Randall Sasaki
George Schwarz
Tufan Turanli
Ptier van Allen, Ph.D.
Frederick ran Doorninck,Jr., Ph.D.
Cheryl Ward, Ph.D.
Gordon R Watts,Jr., Ph.D.
Robyn Woodivanl. Ph.D.

in s id e l N A .........................................
A L':ller Irom PH r :rc- i( rll

Thr importancir of INA. and thc fact that
2008 )rcrlpr'sci's an imliorianttll crossroads fior
the institute, is at thc' lp ofI my mind in writing
this first letter as the new Presildent I the Institute
i t Nautical Airchat'olog,. ThIis is Ithe 4 -'il tmmier-
sary of INA's in('rtporation, and ait all of those'
\at-,r thl achicvt\ nit'llvs arr m1alml. 'T'hcr ib thce
creation of th( Nauticial Ai i h. .i \ II Program
thanks iti lilt iM ri. lili supl)| with T -xas A&M Ltniversilt, and the creation of
otlhr nautical and maritime archaeroloh
pi'1.11I i.- at uni\crsit'c s in thll U.S. and i)abroad.
Thanks ti tci ls smt'hols, ihlirt- anr hlunirtlds of
l.1i111.114l i iii O h m I in alit, % 1 i', li1's
1I ..lihi' sciholars in our field. Th'lIr is the di'vrsc
and 1.inlllfi .irn array of' I r. .it 1- and landmark
excavations, the dloni's of hookI the hundreds iof
ar Iticl. as '-'11 as hliuhi'l,-ni, I public awar'ncss
1iii1h *a1 h film and pi)M ular articles, including man\I
in. \lional ,..f/,.'i and ArdtaTehlogy Maigainf.

'here are challenges, to be sure. 'he need has
never Itwn greater r nlr nautical .i. liin .1,l '
Greater public awareness and new t, hni. 'il 1.
;s i II as Natri'rrlitii coritnrutil. n hal\e. la1 ilhl t1
light incrcdibl, ntiw\\ discovxries. \\e need to b1e
ale ti respond to tlht-s discrveries and to apply
the hihdi' i standard t tIhem. as INA has always
doni'. W, also need to share what we do niot ,ni
with either sc'hlla;rs, but also with thit' public.
i4 pl1 i.iI 1 ira i- l thi i; i iin ll dt'iliui tir lfhe
Intirn 't.

In this anni\t-rsarx xrar, INA adopts a news
11l.ii *,'i plan. I his is our fli .-i- er formal plan
lir tht' lull, With it, xe enmtbark on a series of -i, initiatives. in, ludlin.' new collaborative
pairtri)ships, a nit'w wclilt' and enhatc'd use of
the Inttirnt't and the continuing etlbrt to build tlh
tind1wi\ i1ent it, ivc\ INA th1 l iI nI'lih to( no(t un1l
'onti numt its miss i(n, but It i xpanid it. \\\' must
increase our ctapacity it answ r the call when a
major, significant shipwrr-ck is fund and our
in\volvxmtcnt is sought. \\We must itb able to help
fulfill the public's hun11., I fir morT inllrorlinatli
tlrout oU ur I list ri kl in\h ,i' about the' ,irii ia,
piasi. \\i must tilid ntiW m 1ans lt' Ii .11 hlirl and
i ,II.Al1.l :alill' with otheiNs nwho worl k in our tild.
The 'ii.iii. i plan is a tn r.rmn .rk fior ., hi x in',
thltese goals.

On l) hall' of thc Board, I look forward ti )o ur
comments and iag'i il ii. n, blth on lthe lan and
on INA's uti ur in 'l *, I in 1.. As al ays, thank voui
for being a memtaber of the INA family, and for
your support!


Jim Delgaoo at 'he
ste0 o' Ihe Affnwsssoor

Mati Pike




,* Il I '.l I1 ,. % 1 I .j

SPRING 2008 VO. .r 35 No.

Ill memoryy of..
S Sadly, we say goodbye to
another member of our 'NA family

With Thanks
A look at tie 3ccm:"psin,:smenlt
of INA Past President Donny Hamn-:ton

lh c Var'N Forward
W'e char our course with a new
Strategic Pan for 2008-2012

A Role Mnl[odel
FuLndLng appeal for cc :ret.: n of
me G:ass Wreck exhlbili.-n model
begun by I:r'ard Stiet

INA's i r rite Pln lakes
center stage

New, publications on nautical
arcieloigy & history

O INA O jart, r SPRING 2008

E c-f ls AFvri ri ):-. r i r

Nwi Dc

New Asocat Irector Announ e

Anw~~join. ur in-.mV*d~ WQ *ftO M&r

ThMans o a genesou gat fm the RPM Nntical Iundadoo, INA win be conde dhe Norarn
Vieman Anchor Pject in colabortion with FInder University (Adeaide, Ai ) to e and
document wooden andchr recovered near Bch Dgaan Vietnam, ite of the low of alet of ship sent by
Khbai Utuan is 1288 in a iked auemap to conquer Vietma. The team indudes IA directors Cmde
Duthuit and George Belcba Tesa AMM Nautical Achaeology 1ogam graduate student Rmadm
Saai, lAindes gmduac studentJun Kinua, andJames Delgado (INA) and De Mask Staifrth
Flinden). They kem iu lateI M

Mdrs~y fl~no-

* oonBs

I elIL .1 1 J ',.ilI l i

new s L ,re fi ur -,t

The Denbigh
Shipwreck Projec
moves into its publication
phase thanks in part t(
generous grants total n
S75.000 from the Texas
based Ed Rachal anc
Hillcrest Foundations
The site of the notorious
Confederate blockade
runner, first identifet
in 1998, was the
subject of a mu-ti-yea
underwater archaeotogica
excavation directed b.
INA research associate
J, Barto Arnold off th<
coast of Galveston, Texas

Dcnhbpqhss engines anr
iron hull werefound i,
place, and recovereP
artifacts hint at a carg4
of dP111fasy suppliBes an
luxury civiliaugmoods

II ,ratr~atn b~
Ai'darnW tin H






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.,,,"..."I"i. ex pev i.fte nt oni ""d

^oppb objects from nthe wrck sitt,.

* jl a other ee aveloenm deacdibed In this
book, restls wit Se consemilen
la. b t and Its conh eihto.
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Lecture Series Announced
The contributions of two
generous donors are
enabling INA to partner
with the Archaeological
Institute of America AIA.
Sto establish the J. Richard
S',- Memonal Lecture
Series, Each year, the AIA
Swill slect a lecturer to tour
a. ' AIA chapters in
the U.S or Canada
In honor of Dick Steffy's
pioneering work, the
'in* Jil, .. Jr i1 .i ..I'. r,/-
themed lectures will
i Ih Pii r wooden
.ric i., .,rl q and the
S.-r .'. t; i, 0)o
shipwrecks. The lecturer
will he selected by the
SLecture Committee of the
AlA, under advisement of
the Underwater Archaeol
ogy Subcommittee,
which in turn will review
suggestions from the
Nautical Archaeology
Program t; 'ill, at Texas
A&.M Lii .--r-..,. and the
Institute of Nautical
All lectures will be
public zed in both the AIA
and INA communities, and
all INA members are
invited to attend the
Lecture series at no cost.
SThe institute welcomes the
U.,' r1ii ,', to0 partner with
the AlA. and hopes that
there will be many more
partnership opportunities
*0 come.

The wood conservation vat
at the CRL
Donny in the Confederate
sub Huney.




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( ) nl ii e .'' .n linh'\, ,nirit- of Dick Stell 's

4 IllIIt IijIIh 'Il 1 .114 I ,''I 1I II hi. r,'lonS tUl fll i tiand

-tilt ,II tihr cltIriuh- 'intur \ Itvzantincl ship at

S.ri r .I lliaill. .\IfI lll r lddlI h 1h hl1_ of this

illk .Ii'r I\'t I' I oth 4h rfIndels: La W lvrck

- IIIi' (li. .I II a li I. 111 i n 11. 11i i ll r lma ns in situ

fI ll .I .i lii l, ,ll 1 ;| i "'i.l~ t I ll r 1 h1 l (" ill

I1 iill 1.(ll, 111 III I I I Ill. I I I i (\lc. t its 1 'ir i '1

iuiltt iun l sI -ir e tir i in IIor )ihk bhv (GI tnn

( n'i. 1 ....Illl I'( .l H t kr cn I hIl I d r to illustrate

the c.,rlie r .e' ,I thei ( h- ull'- k onstIruClti int

%i,1nni ma' Il iln,' .\tI .I\.%ii n rrlport .SrTjv

/ I ,-..'.: 4., / -7.,. ,I -r .- .,,, \/ {,,- '..,

I li .\hlililiiin inl, il I t,I, In < I, Tr com pll etel d,

hI>o\r iuui. ltin inn.iinnl I, i nIal i uncertainties

i l( t nli. Iiit i r-the r n lin i ie l 4 1 the upper stern
, \l ll I I. ali lllllld' i li I n I 1111 llI .', ) 'ars. A

display c'asC specially built for tinh exhibition

model stood emp,)y for many years just inside"

the entrance to thl (Glass VWreck Hall in hel

Bodrum Museum, but was finally taken away

and put to another use.

Late last xear, conversations between D)onnm Hamilton, Glenn C( i i ,.Jim I)'i.i.hli and me
lead to the decision to seek the necessary fliiinii i' to completler the Iuiilulinl of the exhibition
model, ;s an important project within INA's outreach prlIa,.in ll ;nd as a tribute to Dick Stefly's
innovatiNe research on the Serce imiman ship. Happily Dick was informed of this decision
shortly before his death.

ApiP"ii ii.itely, Glenn (;rieo, now (director of the Nautiial .Ai 1.Ia, ln, Program's Ship Model tory, %% ill complete the i \h IIFilliii model (hat hle linii t ".i'.Ill, \ il. C Cer nial P'iilk. Fred
Hotker and I "ill assist him as consultants. \\e hope to make the model the centerpiece of an
updated Glass \\ ri k H.Ill exhibition in the BIhila lll Museum ixhich wiill be carried out upon
completion li the main text olf Serge Lmnan volume 3 at the end of this (htecade. he model
will also he the subject of a chapter in volume 3.

'he exhilitiion model will serve to illustrate in a far more ..itiita ill manner than heretofore
the ship's i-i- l]il and the disosition of thle ship's anchors. However, the 1 mo10(l ill also ver
much sern its a research mlldel in the Stelty tradition. It will help to narrow the parameters in
the <, i:tit-'ra.iiit of the iii ii stern am!nd the Inikin,-- For the steering oars. It will also provide

the vehicle for a detailed otmparison of the Inill's construction with that of the ninth-century
obihurun ship, the late l /.iniiiiit ships at Yenikalp in Istanllul and some iii,.i.i-\di vessels from
the I.evant. This comparison may prove .-i:nilt amt toward the resolution of a maior and as vet
unatnswered question: where had the ship been built? Until recently, the likely answer appeared
to be on the north shore of the Sea of Mlarmara. IHowsever, contemporaneous Fatimid sealarers
and maritime traders routinely had two home ports between which they coducted their
comImerce. %im th e ceramic wares are not transient cargo thexr 11 the Serae I.imani
ship and its crew and came from both the north shore of the Sea dli Marmara and the Syrian
coast, it is quite conmceiable that the ship and crew had two home pluroT and that the ship m.,,
have been built in ') I,a.

Glenn (ricco is anxious to start the modlt as soon as possible and would carry it to tomp)letionI
over a period of two years at arn estimated cost of 0solmte Iitil(i. I I" lpni however, until full fniilii1, is in place. To start the priie" n, I have made a lh.ill'e1u r ir.ant to
INA, and ask that you join me in pl I I itlini the lunds to complete the model. It will he in honor
of I)ick %i tl). and w ill showcase his scholarship and share the results of the type of reronIstruc-
tiot hi lpiioneered to' I to i t(es t o thousailmls of visitors to the museum in Bodrum as well as oil tihe
Internet. (.Ci Iii ilii ,- can I)e sent to the:

Institute of Nautical Archaeology
IP) )raswer HG, C( Ih1ce Stationt ,'lxas 77841
with a note in the memo line: for the Richard Steffy Memorial Model Fund

* SPRING 2008

Referred to as
the "Glass Wreck"
the contents of this
Byzantine ship at
Serge Lmani make
up the largest known
collection of medieval
Islamic glass.

SComnrator Jane Pannell
holds a large glc-tar bortte
Stoblorg its reconstucton.

1l1 ,.. n. r., u ,*r. w ".
Spresived wit pcl yetfiene
Sglyo,4 were reassembld at
the Bclnumn Museum of
Jdwrvatse Archaeology
n Turnkey,
Richard Stail5
(1925 2007)




Glenn Grieco
is director of the Ship
Model Laboratory at the
Nautical Arc rueology
Program of Texas A&M.

Tnts ointerie yRiN
w~s conducted
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