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Commercial amphoras of the Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archaeology

Virginia Grace

Commercial amphoras of the Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archaeology

maritime trade of the Mediterranean in ancient times

by Virginia Grace

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Published by Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archaeology in Bodrum .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bodrum Sualtı Arkeoloji Müzesi -- Catalogs,
  • Amphoras -- Turkey -- Bodrum

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 120-126)

    StatementT. Oğuz Alpözen, Bahadır Berkaya, A. Harun Özdaş.
    SeriesBodrum Museum of Underwater Archaeology publication -- no. 2
    ContributionsBerkaya, Bahadır, 1957-, Özdaş, A. Harun, 1965-
    The Physical Object
    Pagination128 p. :
    Number of Pages128
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20675376M
    ISBN 109759587114

      The Museum Of Underwater Archeology in Bodrum Visitors to Bodrum should start with the castle of Knights of John, which is a great witness to the amazing history of the castle. Thanks to efforts of Turkish and foreign scholars who carried out successful archeological digs both on land and at sea, the castle has turned into one of the greatest Underwater 5/5(K). Amphorae designed for marine transport, taken from shipwrecks of the Bronze Age, on display in the Museum of Underwater Archaeology at Bodrum Castle, museum archaeologists have devised a rack and roping device to illustrate how the cargo might have been kept from shifting. Below: Panathenaic prize amphora in the black-figure style, showing the Created: Neolithic, Bronze Age, Iron Age, Middle Ages.

    *This is article was originally published in Archaeology Magazine. It is made available on the E.L. Will memorial website with the permission of Archaeology Magazine. Full citation for the original article is as follows. Will, E.L. “The Ancient Commercial Amphora." Archaeology The Ancient Commercial Amphora By Elizabeth File Size: KB.   Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archaeology: Average - See 1, traveler reviews, candid photos, and great deals for Bodrum City, Turkey, at Tripadvisor.3/5(K).

    Bodrum Underwater Archaeology Museum in Turkey is located in the city of Bodrum, in an ancient castle known as Bodrum Castle. The museum only opened in , but soon became the biggest museum of its kind, not only in Turkey, but in the entire world. A Brief History Of Bodrum Underwater Archaeology Museum. Bodrum Castle was originally built in. Get Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archaeology essential facts below. View Videos or join the Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archaeology discussion. Add Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archaeology to your topic list for future reference or share this resource on social media.


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Commercial amphoras of the Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archaeology by Virginia Grace Download PDF EPUB FB2

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From the Forward: The most important item found in Underwater Archaeology, the key to the shipwrecks. Commercial amphoras of the Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archaeology: maritime trade of the Mediterranean in ancient times Author: Oğuz Alpözen ; A Harun Özdaş ; Bahadır Berkaya ; Bodrum Sualtı Arkeoloji Müzesi.

The Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archaeology As the name may suggest, the Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archaeology is a museum which exhibits anything related to underwater archaeology.

With fourteen departments within the museum, it has grown in size substantially and is regarded as one of the more interesting museums for anyone who shows. Alpozen,Oguz., OZDAS, Berkaya, Bahadir “Commercial Amphoras of The Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archaeology-Maritime Trade of the Mediterranean in Ancient Time” Ankara Bodrum Castle Phone: (+) 10 The world’s biggest Eastern Mediterranean Amphora collection can be found in Bodrum Underwater Archaeology Museum.

The Bronze Age Shipwrecks exhibit displays interesting findings recovered from sunken trading vessels discovered by local sponge divers. The artifacts, from the 13th and 16th century B.C. The Museum is situated in Bodrum Castle and is regarded as one of the world’s most important underwater archeology museums.

It is the one of the most popular places to visit in Bodrum. Bodrum Underwater Archaeology Museum contains 14 exhibition halls and has the richest East Mediterranean Amphora collection in the world.

The Bodrum Underwater Archaeology Museum. While the rest of Bodrum enjoys sandy beaches and the Bodrum Climate, the underwater archaeology museum is often diving beneath the ocean to find the shipwrecks that have hid for thousands of years.

Impressive finds from the Bronze Age, Roman era, Ottoman Dynasty, Byzantine and Hellenistic period include.

The Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archaelogy was opened in with an aim to housing ancient shipwrecks from the Aegean and Mediterranean coasts surrounding Turkey. They have succeeded and to date exhibit shipwrecks that include the oldest find ever made dating from the 14th century BC.

The Museum is situated in Bodrum Castle and is regarded as one of the world’s most important underwater archeology museums. It is the one of the most popular places to visit in Bodrum. The Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archaeology is known as the worlds foremost museum of this kind.

All (most) of the ancient ship wrecks found in the eastern Mediterranean are housed in this museum. It is in a castle built by the Knight Templar (Knights of Rhodes), and the large /5(K). The Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archaeology was established in in the 15th century castle built by the Knights of St John which overlooks Bodrum harbour.

The museum exhibits several collections of ancient artefacts including relics retrieved from local shipwrecks, divided over 14 exhibitions. Amphora at Bodrum Castle Roving Jay Octo Leave a comment After entering Bodrum Castle, one of the first exhibitions you’ll encounter is at the Amphora Park, where there are many different shapes and styles of Amphora from different points in history.

Ogus Alpözen, A. Harun Ozdas, Bahadir Berkaya, Commercial Amphoras of the Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archaeology.

Maritime trade of the Mediterranean in ancient times, Bodrum Ballard et al. The Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archaeology The Underwater Archaeology Museum, is one of Bodrum’s most popular tourist venues, and is known as the only underwater museum in Europe.

It’s visited by more thenvisitors a year, and features works of art, retrieved artifacts and ship wrecks.

Bodrum Castle was built by crusaders aroundfrom the ruins of the Mausoleum of Halicarnassus, long since dismantled (much is in the British Museum). It was reborn in as the Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archaeology, and has the world's biggest Eastern Mediterranean amphora collection, as well as exquisite relics from shipwrecks around.

bodrum museum of underwater archeology – amphoria collection 2 Big amphoria’s at the Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archeology – World Travel Populler Travel Country Big amphoras at the Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archeology, I've been there and have a drawing of these exact amphoras.

and yes, I did touch them like the sign says not on: Netherlands. Museum of Underwater Archaeology. In the Turkish Government decided to turn the castle into a museum for the underwater discoveries of ancient shipwrecks in the Aegean Sea. This has become the Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archaeology, with a collection of amphoras, ancient glass, bronze, clay, and iron items.

It is the biggest museum of its kind devoted to. THE AMPHORA EXHIBIT The biggest group of artifacts in the Museum are the amphoras.

The world’s biggest Eastern Mediterranean Amphora collection is in Bodrum Underwater Archaeology Museum. The exhibit is situated under a shed in the lower courtyard. Amphora is a word formed out of the Greek words amphi (two sided) and phoros (portable).

Bodrum City Tour from Bodrum Port or Bodrum Marina. Bodrum Castle, also known as St Peter’s Castle, sits high on a rocky peninsula on the site of the original Carian castle is home to the Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archaeology and you will visit its many fascinating displays including the dungeon, secret museum in the Snake Tower, German.

BOOKS. Books Word doc. download. Abberley, Will. Underwater worlds: submerged visions in science and culture. Cambridge, Abstracts book: programme and abstracts / 13th Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists, 18thrd September ". Derinlerdeki portreler = Portraits of the deep: underwater tales of Anatolia by Mehmet Bezdan (Book) Most widely held works by Oğuz Alpözen Commercial amphoras of the Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archaeology: maritime trade of the Mediterranean in ancient times by Oğuz Alpözen (Book).Özadaş, A.

harun, Oğuz Alpözen and Bahadır Berkay. Commercial Amphoras of The Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archaeology, Maritime Trade of the Mediterranean in Ancient Times. Translated by Selma Oğuz and Julie Aras. Bodrum: Bodrum Museum for Underwater Archaeology Publication No.2, Sciallano, Martine and Patricia Sibella, éd.In the Turkish Government decided to turn the castle into a museum for the many underwater findings in the ancient shipwrecks in the Aegean Sea.

This has become the Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archaeology, with a vast collection of amphoras, ancient glass, bronze, clay, iron items.