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SKYLLIS - Journal for Underwater Archaeology

 

SKYLLIS is the journal of the German Society for the Promotion of Underwater Archaeology (DEGUWA). It appears periodically in print since September 1998 in succession of the DEGUWA-newsletter. Indices of contents of the volumes are available in our online-archive.

All »In Poseidons Reich« conference proceedings are published in our SKYLLIS journal. If you aim to contribute to the next volume, please refer to the notes for contributors for further guidance. All articles are published with German and English abstracts. Manuscripts submitted in French, Italian or Dutch - however - will be translated into German.



SKYLLIS 19 (1 + 2)


Nachruf auf Nili Liphschitz (1944 - 2019) – Katharina Meyer-Regenhardt


The „Masquerade Small ship“ of Peter the Great – Vladimir Romanovich Chepelev


Reconceptualization of the Contemporary Maritime Museum. Do we Really Need the Original Waterlogged Wooden Artefacts and Objects ? – Miran Erič, David Stopar, Franc Solina, Katja Kavkler


The Significance of Detailed Analysis of 3D Cloud Points Which Include Data that the Human Eye can Overlook. The Case of a flat-bottomed Ship from the Ljubljanica River – Miran Erič, Enej Guček Puhar, Žigar Stopinšek, Aleš Jaklič, Frank Solina


Red Dye and its Transport Routes – Eva Grossmann


Evidence for Coastal Quarrying Documented by the Boğsak Archaeological Survey (BOGA) in Eastern Rough Cilicia, 2016 - 2018 – Michael R. Jones


Das Torpedoboot T 66 und seine Identifizierung. Eine unterwasserarchäologische und militärhistorische Nachbereitung von ‘Open Spirit’ 2015 – Robert Samuel Langner, Uwe Wichert


„Gain Overcomes Everything“. A Mariner’s Perspective on the Use of Harbours and Anchorages in the Hellenistic and Roman Mediterranean – Yannis Nakas


Navigable Rhine Arms as Determinants for the Shift of the Settlement Focus in the Xanten Area between Antiquity and the Middle Ages – Ingo Runde


Zur Interpretation einer Pfahlstruktur aus dem 15. Jahrhundert im Seegebiet vor Warnemünde – Wolfgang Steusloff


A Fatal Crash at the First Punic War. Investigation of an Ancient Sea Battle by Engineering Methods – Sieghard Wagener


Tagungsbericht: Unterwasserarchäologie in Bayern und darüber hinaus – Bernd Päffgen, Tobias Pflederer


Das Bücherbrett

Marcus Nenninger, Rezension zu: Jerzy Gawronski – André van Holk – Joost Schokkenbroek (Hrsg.), Ships and Maritime Landscapes. Proceedings of the Thirteenth International Symposium on Boat and Ship Archaeology, Amsterdam 2012 (Eelde: Barkhuis Publishing 2017)




SKYLLIS 18-2


Nachruf auf Sebastiano Tusa (02.08.1952 - 10.03.2019) – Winfried Held


Submerged Stone: An Overview of Worked-Stone Assemblages off the Crimean Peninsula – John A. Albertson - Yana Morozova


Ballast Stones from the Akko Tower Shipwreck. A Petrographic and Geo-Archaeological Study Based on Underwater Archaeology – Amir Bar


Re-Evaluation of the Production Method of the Khufu-1 Sheer Planks. Preliminary Results – Moshe Bram


The Maritime Trade of Roman Patara. Preliminary Remarks on the Amphorae – Erkan Dündar


The Necessity of Changing the Methodology of Preserving Waterlogged Wooden Objects The Case of a Palaeolithic Wooden Point from the Ljubljanica River – Miran Erič, Enej Guček Puhar, Aleš Jaklič, Frank Solina


The Ancient Ship Wreck of the Late 4th / Early 3rd Century BC at Kinburn Spit, Black Sea (Ukraine) – Vyacheslav Gerasimov, Roman Reyda, Oleksandr Smyrnov, Piotr Prejs


Die Seevölker. Überlegungen zu ihrer Herkunft Hristomir ­– Smilenov Hristov


Fishing and Disposing? The Use of a Lake Shore Zone at the Stone Age Site Dąbki, Poland – Agnes Kotula, Agnieszka Czekaj-Zastawny, Jacek Kabaciński, Thomas Terberger


The Intangible Maritime Cultural Heritage Project, Recording and Interpreting the Role of Maritime Professions in Cyprus ­– Maria Ktori


The Holding Power of Bronze Age Stone Weight Anchors – Ayelet Miller, Deborah Cvikel, Yoav Me-Bar


Analysis of Recent Anchor Finds and Artificial Anchorages. Maritime Activity on the Dead Sea - Local Traditions and Global Interactions – Asaf Oron, Ehud Galili, Gideon Hadas


So fern, so nah - Nächste und Nachbarn. Netzwerke seldschukischer Architektur im Hafen von Alanya/Türkei – Anja Rutter


Der Hafen und der Leuchtturm von Aigeai – Mustafa H. Sayar


The Ancient Submerged City of Akra in the Cimmerian Bosporus – Viktor Vakhoneev, Sergey Solovyov


Auf den Spuren der Maritimen Seidenstraße. Eine deutsch-iranische Kooperation – Luisa Goldammer


Report on the „Underwater Cultural Heritage Forum“ at the Foreign Office in Berlin – Anne-Kathrin Piele


Die Umsetzung des UNESCO-Übereinkommens über den Schutz des Unterwasserkulturerbes durch die Schweiz – Maria Stemmler


Das Bücherbrett

Anja Rutter, Rezension zu: Simone Kahlow (Hrsg.), Transfer Between Sea and Land

Jorit Wientjes, Rezension zu: Innes McCartney, Scapa 1919. The Archaeology of a Scuttled Fleet



SKYLLIS 18-1:


Amphoras of Asia Minor, 800-100 B.C. Progress and Challenges – Mark L. Lawall

Transportamphoren als Zeugnisse des antiken Lebens Möglichkeiten und Grenzen einer Keramikgattung – Marek Palaczyk


Transport amphoras as interlinks in the ancient world – Nikoline Sauer


Petrological Analysis of Amphorae A Methodological Perspective – Ian K. Whitbread


Clays, Amphoras and Workshop Locations of Ancient Rhodes– Lisa Betina, Stella Skaltsa


Minding and Fillig the Gaps Exploring the Production, Technology and Trade of Koan Amphorae during the Hellenistic and Roman Periods – Viktoria Georgopoulou, Anno Hein, Dimitris Grigoropoulos


A note on the so-called fabricants of Knidian amphorae – John Lund


Archaic Amphorae from Taxiarchis Hill, Didyma – Alexandra Ch. J. von Miller


Amphorae from Priene Current State of Research and Perspectives – Lars Heinze


Transport Amphorae in Pergamon - International, Regional, Local? – Sarah Japp


Past and Future Adventures of the Pergamon Deposit – Anneke Keweloh-Kaletta, Nicole Neuenfeld


Lokale Keramikproduktion in Elaia und ein neuer Typ der Late Roman Amphora – Güler Ateş


Petrographic Analysis of Amphorae from the Eastern Aegean in Pannonia Preliminary Results – Anna Andrea Nagy, György Szakmány, Piroska Magyar Hárshegyi

Roman to Early Byzantine Amphoras from Miletus (Turkey) Archaeological and Archaeometric Research – Nico Schwerdt

No Fear of Amphoras! The Current State of Processing Amphoras from Humeitepe/Miletus – Sabine Huy

Die Amphoren aus dem Grottenheiligtum am Osthang von Pergamon Überlegungen zu Chronologie und Konsumptionspraxis – Benjamin Engels

Tools for the Identification and Study of Amphoras: Databases, Corpora, and Catalogues – Gerald Finkielsztejn

 


Indices of contents of the volumes are available in our online-archive. You can get the skyllis by a subscription or a DEGUWA membership. For subscribing or ordering a single issue, please fill in the SKYLLIS order form and send it via post to the given address. You can also order single journals at the BAG-Verlag.

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