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5. S. S. Weinberg, "The Stone Age in the Aegean," in The Cambridge Ancient History, ed. 1. E. S. Edwards, C. J. Gadd, and N. G. L. Hammond, 3d ed. (Cambridge: Cam- bridge University Press, 1970), 1, pt. 1: 563-64. 6. J. D. Evans, "Excavations in the Neolithic Settlement of Knossos, 1957-60. Part I," Annual of the British School at Athens 59 (1964): 140; H. G. Buchholz and V Karageor- ghis, Prehistoric Greece and Cyprus, trans. Francisca Garvie (London: Phaidon, 1973), p. 138. 7. C. Renfrew, "Cycladic Metallurgy and the Aegean Early Bronze Age,"American Journal of Archaeology 71 (1967): 2-20. 8. Charles Seltman, Greek Coins, 2d ed. (London: Methuen, 1955), p. 33; Rhys Carpenter, Greek Sculpture (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1960), pp. 3-26, and "The Greek Alphabet Again," American Journal of Archaeology 42 (1938): 58-69. 9. Anonymous reviews, presumably by professors of anthropology, for proposals to the National Science Foundation for the study of ancient ships, 1977-78: "Underwater archaeology, no matter how competant [.sic], does suffer an unusual divorce from normal anthropological concerns"; "fun ..."; etc. The most recent textbook on ar- chaeology to pass my desk had no mention of underwater archaeology. 10. A. H. M. Jones, The Later Roman Empire 284-602 (Oxford: Blackwell, 1964), p. 842: "It was cheaper to ship grain from one end of the Mediterranean to the other than to cart it 75 miles." 11. N. K. Sandars, The Sea Peoples (London: Thames & Hudson, 1978); A. Nibbi, The Sea Peoples and Egypt (Park Ridge, N.J.: Noyes, 1975), reviewed by K. A. Kitchen, Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 64 (1978): 169-71.

12. G. F. Bass, Archaeology beneath the Sea (New York: Walker, 1975), pp. 127-29. 13. John Roper in The Underwater Cultural Heritage, report of the Committee on Culture and Education, Council of Europe, doc. 4200-E (Strasbourg, 1978), p. 7. 14. Willard Bascom, Deep Water, Ancient Ships (New York: Doubleday, 1976), p. 72.

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25. G. F. Bass, "Nautical Archaeology Comes of Age: The Vital Fifth Stage," Sea Hi.story 13 (Winter 1979): 27, summarizing stages first defined in a 1977 National Science Foundation proposal by the author. 26. Brunilde Sismondo Ridgway, "The Bronze Apollo from Piombino in the Louvre," Antike Plastik 7 (1967): 43-44. 27. Bass, Archaeology under Water, pp. 70-79. 28. Ibid., chaps. 6 and 7.

29. F. Benoit, L'Epave du Grand Congloue a Mar.seille; Gallia, suppl. 14 (1961); review by G. F. Bass in Antiquity 37 (1963): 155-57. 30. Honor Frost, Under the Mediterranean (Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, 1963), pp. 15-18, 171, 254; review by G. F. Bass in Antiquity 38 (1964): 70-72. 31. Bass, Cape Gelidonya. 32. R. C. Wheeler, W. A. Kenyon, A. R. Woolworth, and D. A. Birk, I�oices from the Rapids (St. Paul: Minnesota Historical Society, 1973). 33. Anders Franzen, The Warship va.sa (Stockholm: Norstedts, 1961). 34. Ole Crumlin-Pederson, "Viking and Hanseatic Merchants," in Bass, A History of Seafaring, pp. 183-86; Olaf Olsen and O. Crumlin-Pedersen, "The Skuldelev Ships," Acta Archaeologica 38 (1967): 73-174.

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41. Bass, Cape Gelidonya.

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50. For a detailed discussion of the Rhodian Sea Law, see John Wilkinson's chapter in this volume, pp. 89-93.

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62. Hamilton, p. 39.

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