Newport Medieval Ship

Nigel Nayling, University of Wales Trinity St David, Toby Jones, Newport Museums and Heritage Service, 2014 (updated 2017)

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Newport Medieval Ship

Location World regionBritish Isles and Ireland
British Isles countryWales
PlaceNewport
TGNWorld, Europe, United Kingdom, Wales, Newport [7008844]
Grid reference OSGB331228 188166
Grid reference Latitude longitude
bounding box
51.588766
-2.9940239 -2.9928330
51.587663
Subject Archaeological Sciences (England)WOOD
Archaeological Sciences (England)DENDROCHRONOLOGY
Library of Congress Subject HeadingsArchaeology
Library of Congress Subject HeadingsShips, Medieval
MEDIN Categorysociety
Maritime Craft Type (England)SAILING VESSEL
Monument Type (England)TRANSPORT
Monument Type (England)WATERCRAFT
Monument Type (England)MARITIME
Period MIDASMedieval
Project dates Created From01-NOV-2004
Created To01-JUN-2013
First Released05-FEB-2014
Intervention Date From01-JAN-2002
Intervention Date To30-APR-2003
Last Modified09-OCT-2017
Identifiers HER event no.02339g/307059
NMR No.307059
Sitecode467
SitecodeNESHIP03
Related information Associated PublicationJones, T. 2009a “The Three-Dimensional Recording and Digital Modeling of the Newport Medieval Ship.” In ACUA Underwater Archaeology Proceedings 2009, Laanela, E., and Moore, J., (eds.). Columbus, Ohio: PAST Foundation. pp. 111-116.
Associated PublicationJones, T. 2009b ‘The Newport Medieval Ship: Her Three-Dimensional Digital Recording and Analysis.’ SKYLLIS Journal: Zeitshrift für Unterwasserarchäologie. 9. Jahrgang 2009, Heft 1.
Associated PublicationJones, T., and Nayling, N. 2011 “ShipShape: Creating a 3D Solid Model of the Newport Medieval Ship.” In ACUA Underwater Archaeology Proceedings 2011, Castro, F., and Thomas, L.(eds.). Tucson, Arizona: Society for Historical Archaeology. pp. 54-60.
Associated PublicationNayling, N., and Jones, T. 2012 “Three-dimensional Recording and Hull Form Modelling of the Newport Medieval Ship (Wales, UK),” In N. Gunsenin (ed.), Between Continents: Proceedings of the 12th international symposium on boat and ship archaeology, Istanbul 2009 (ISBSA12) pp. 319–324.
Associated PublicationSoe, S., Eyers, D., Jones, T., and Nayling, N. 2012 “Additive manufacturing for archaeological reconstruction of a medieval ship,” Rapid Prototyping Journal, Vol. 18, Issue 6, pp. 443 – 450.
Data types available 3D Model515 objects
Database13 objects
Image9365 objects
Spreadsheet14 objects
Text2922 objects
Vector4340 objects
Video15 objects
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