Elements of bibliography by region

This bibliogroaphy arranged by region includes the following sections:

1. Mesopotamia

2. The Levant and Anatolia

3. The Arabian Gulf Region

4. The Ancient Near East (comprehensive studies)

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1. Mesopotamia
Albenda, P. A Mediterranean seascape from Khorsabad, Assur 3/3, 1983.
Alivernini, S. Two additions to the corpus of inspection texts of shipyard (kurum7  ak  mar-sa), NABU 2011/52, 55–56.
Alivernini, S. La struttura amministrativa del mar-sa nella documentazione della III dinastia di Ur, Pisa-Rome, 2013.
Alivernini, S. Some considerations on the nanagement of an administrative structure in Ur III Mesopotamia: the case of mar-sa, in: S. Garfinkle / M. Molina (eds.), From the 21st Century B.C. to the 21st Century A.D.: Proceedings of the International Conference on Neo-Sumerian Studies Held in Madrid, 22–24 July 2010, Winona lake, 2013, 105–113.
Askenazi, T. Native river boats in Iraq, Ethnos 22, 1–2, 1957, 50–56.
Balke, Th. E. Eine neusumerische Urkunde über Materialien für den Schiffbau, UF 25, 1993, 1–8.
Bourriau, J. / Oates, J. Spinning or tailing? The boat models from Eridu, Antiquity 71, 1997, 719–721.
Casson, L. The river boats of Mesopotamia, The Mariner’s Mirror 53/3, 1967, 286–288.
Charpin, D. La politique hydraulique des rois paléo-babyloniens, Annales 57, 2002, 545–559 [Irrigation ou transport par bateaux : un dilemme?, 553–555]
Civil, M. Note lexikographique sur SUḪUR/KA, RA 61, 1967, 63–68 [reed mats for ships].
D’agostino, F. / BM 106145: un nuovo testo da Umma che menziona personale  Santagati, E. del cantiere navale (mar-sa), in: P. Michalowski (ed.), On the Third Dynasty of Ur. Studies in Honor of Marcel Sigrist, Boston, 2008, 1–9.
Fales, F. M Il taglio e il transporto di legname nelle lettere a Sargon II, in: O. Carruba / M. Liverani / C. Zaccagnini (eds.), Studi orientalistici in ricordo di Franco Pintore, Pavia, 1983, 49–92.
Fales, F. M. River transport in Neo-Assyrian Letters, Šulmu IV, 1993, 79– 92.
Finet, A. L’Euphrate, une route commerciale de la Mésopotamie, AAAS 19, 1969, 37–48.
Finkel, I. L. The Ark Before Noah: Decoding the Story of the Flood, London, 2014.
Gawlikowski, M. Thapsacus and Zeugma. The crossing of the Euphrates in antiquity, Iraq 58, 1996, 123–133.
Graeve, Ch. de The Ships of the Ancient Near East (c. 2000-500 BC), Leuven, 1981 (OLA 7).
Gomi, T. A note on gur, capacity unit of the Ur III period, ZA 83, 1993, 31–41.
Göttlicher, A. Schiffbau im Zweistromland, Das Logbuch 1–3, 1969–1970.
Göttlicher, A. Un document pour l’étude des techniques nautiques babyloniennes – deux terre cuites conservés au Musée de Rouen, Le petit perroquet 12 (Grenoble), 1973/1974, 60–63.
Göttlicher, A. Das sumerische Bootsmodell Sydney 40, AW 5, 1974, 43–44.
Guichard, M. Flote crétoise sur l’Euphrate?, NABU 7, 1993/53, 29–31.
Heimpel, W. Das Untere Meer, ZA 77, 1987, 22–91.
Heimpel, W. The location of Madga, JCS 61, 2009, 25–61.
Heimpel, W. Twenty-eight trees growing in Sumer, in: D. Owen (ed.), Garšana Studies, Bethesda, 2011, 75–152 (CUSAS 6).
Heimpel, W. On the location of the forests of Garšana, in: D. Owen (ed.), Garšana Studies, Bethesda, 2011, 153–159 (CUSAS 6).
Heimpel, W. Two unrecognized terms in Ur III accounts of boat transport, in: D. Owen (ed.), Garšana Studies, Bethesda, 2011, 161–175 (CUSAS 6).
Hempelmann, R.  „Gottschiff“ und „Zikkurratbau“ auf vorderasiatischen Rollsiegeln des 3. Jahrtausends v. Chr., Münster 2004 (AOAT 312).
Joannès, F. Les droits sur l’eau en Babylonie récente, Annales 57, 2002, 577–609 [La navigation, 597–608].
Kupper, J.-R. Les prix à Mari, OLA 13, 1982, 115–121 (specially 173–185).
Kupper, J.-R. Le commerce à Mari, Bulletin de la Classe de Lettres et des Sciences Morales et Politiques 1–2, 1991, 41–47.
Legrain, L. The golden boats of Marduk and Nabu in Babylon, The Museum Journal 14, 1923, 267–281.
Linder, E. The Khorsabad wall relief: A mediterranean seascape or river transport of timbers?, JAOS 106, 1986, 273–281.
Mäkelä, T. T. Ships and Shipbuilding in Mesopotamia, unpubl. MA Thesis, Texas, 2002.
Mayer-Opificius, R. Götterprozessionen, in: J.-W. Meyer / M. Novák / A. Pruß. (eds.), Beiträge zur Vorderasiatischen Archäologie, Winfried Orthmann gewidmet, Frankfurt, 2001, 282–291.
Mayer-Opificius, R. Götterreisen im Alten Orient, in: O. Loretz / K. A. Metzler / H. Schaudig (eds.), Ex Mesopotamia et Syria Lux. Festschrift für Manfried Dietrich zu seinem 65. Geburtstag, Münster, 2002 (AOAT 281), 369–387.
Nützel, W. Lag Ur einst am Meer?, MDOG 112, 1980, 95–102.
Nützel, W. Die ökologischen Vorzüge küstennaher Besiedlungsstätten Mesopotamiens, MDOG 112, 1980, 103–114.
Oates, J. / Davidson, T. E / Seafaring Merchants of Ur?, Antiquity 51, 1977, 221–234. Kamill, D. / McKerel, H.
Ochsenschlager, E. Ethnographic evidence for wood, boats, bitumen and reeds in southern Iraq, BSA 6, 1992, 42–78.
Ochsenschlager, E. Iraq’s Marsh Arabs in the Garden of Eden, Pennsylvania, 2004.
Oppenheim, A. L. The seafaring merchants of Ur, JAOS 74, 1954, 6–17.
Pedersen, R. K. The Boatbuilding Sequence in the Gilgamesh Epic and the Sewn Boat Relation, Diss. Texas, 2003.
Pedersen, R. K. Traditional Arabian watercraft and the ark of the Gilgamesh epic: interpretations and realizations, Proceedings of the Seminar for Arabian Studies 34, 2004, 231–238.
Pedersen, R. K. Was Noah’s ark a sewn boat?, BAR 31/3, 2005, 18–23 and 55– 56
Price, I. M. Transportation by water in early Babylonia, AJSL 40, 19231924, 111–116.
Qualls, C. Boats of Mesopotamia before 2000 B.C., Diss. Columbia University, 1981.
Ritter, H. Arabische Flußfahrzeuge am Euphrat und Tigris, Der Islam 9, 1919, 121–143.
Ritter, N. C. Vom Euphrat zu Mekong – Maritime Kontakte zwischen Vorder- und Südostasien in vorislamischer Zeit, MDOG 141, 2009, 143–171.
Roaf, M. / Galbraith, J. Pottery and p-values: ‘Seafaring merchants of Ur?’ re-examined, Antiquity 68, 1994, 770–783.
Römer, W. H. Ph. Beiträge zum Lexikon des Sumerischen (4). Termini für Schiffe und Schiffahrt, Schiffsteile und Schiffszubehör – vor allem in sumerischen ‘literarischen’ Texten, M. Dietrich / O. Loretz (eds.), Mesopotamica – Ugaritica – Biblica. Festschrift für Kurt Bergerhof zur Vollendung seines 70. Lebensjahres am 7. Mai 1992, Neukirchen-Vluyn, 1993, 343–395 (AOAT 232).
Sallaberger, W. Urban Organizations for Offerings, Overland Traffic and the Euphrates Trade at Pre-Sargonic Mari, in: Mari, ni Est, ni Ouest. Syria, Supplement 2. Beyrouth, 2014, 341–354.
Salonen, A. Zum Verständnis des sumerischen Schilfbautextes AO 5673 mit Berücksichtigung des Textes VAT 7035, Helsinki, 1938 (Studia Orientalia 8/3).
Salonen, A. Die Wasserfahrzeuge in Babylonien, Helsinki, 1939 (Studis Orientalia 8/4).
Salonen, A. Nautica Babyloniaca, Helsinki, 1942.
Samuel, E. M. A Study of Possible Trade Routes Between Egypt and Mesopotamia, ca. 3500-3100 BC, MA Texas, 1993.
Sauren, H. Besuchfahrten der Götter in Sumer, Or NS 38, 1969, 214–236.
Schneider, N. Götterschiffe im Ur III Reich, Helsinki, 1946 (Studia Orientalia 13).
Selz, G. Von Treidlern, Schiff(bau)ern und Werftarbeitern: ArOr 66, 1998, 255–264.  Selz, G. J. Den Fährmann bezahlen! Eine lexikalisch-kulturhistorische Skizze zu den Bedeutungen von addir, AoF 22, 1995, 197–209.
Selz, G. J. Zur Holzwirtschaft im altsumerischen Lagaš, in: L. Vacín (ed.), u4 du11-ga-ni sá mu-ni-ib-du11. Ancient Near Easten Studies in Memory of Blahoslav Hruška, Dresden, 2011, 213–246.
Schmidtke, F. Wasserpflöcke (Gilg. XI 63), Fs J. Friedrich, 1958, 427–434.
Steinkeller, P. The Foresters of Umma: Toward a Definition of Ur III Labor, in: M. Powell (ed.), Labor in the Ancient Near East, New Haven, 1987 (AOS 68), 73–115.
Stol, M. Bitumen in Ancient Mesopotamia. The textual evidence, BiOr 69, 2012, 48–60.
Strasser, T. F. The boat models from Eridu: Sailing or Spinning during the “Ubaid Period”, Antiquity 70, 1996, 920–925.
Vosmer, T. Shipping in the Bronze-Age: how large was a 60-gur ship?, in: E. Olijdam / R. Spoor (eds.), Intercultural Relations Between South and South-West Asia in Commemoration of E. C. L. During Caspers (1934–1996), Oxford, 2008, 230–235.
Waetzold, H. The use of wool for the production of strings, ropes, braided mats, and similar fabrics, in: C. Gillis / M.-L. B. Nosch (eds.), Ancient Textiles. Production, Craft and Society, Oxford, 2007, 112–121.
Wagensonner, K. „Wenn Götter reisen …“, Götterreisen, -prozessionen und Besuchfahrten in den sumerischen literarischen Texten, unpubl. Diplomarbeit, Wien, 2005.
Wagensonner, K. Götterreise oder Herrscherreise oder vielleicht beides? Wiener Zeitschrift für die Kunde des Morgenlandes 97 (Fs Hunger), 2007, 541-559.
Weszeli, M. Textzeugen zu Schiffen und Schiffern im Zweiten und ersten Jahrtausend v. Chr.: Die Schifffahrt im Süden Mesopotamiens und in Mari, unpubl. Diss., Wien, 2002.
Weszeli, M. The costs of transporting goods, in: M. Jursa et al., Aspects of the Economic History of Babylonia in the First Millennium B.C. Economic Geography, Economic Mentalities, Agriculture, the Use of Money and the Problem of Economic Growth, Münster 2010 (AOAT 377), 140–152.
Weszeli, M. Schiff und Boot. B: In mesopotamischen Quellen des 2. und 1. Jahrtausends, RlA 12, 2009–2011, 160–171.
Weszeli, M. Schiff und Boot. D: Archäologisch, RlA 12, 2009–2011, 174– 176.
Widell, M. Schiff und Boot. A: In den sumerischen Quellen, RlA 12, 2009– 2011, 158–160.
Zarins, J. Magan shipbuilders at the Ur III Lagash state dockyards (2062– 2025 BC), in: E. Olijdam / R. Spoor (eds.), Intercultural Relations Between South and South-West Asia in Commemoration of E. C. L. During Caspers (1934–1996), Oxford, 2008, 209–229.

2. The Levant and Anatolia  
Arnaud, D. Les ports de la «Phénicie» à la fin de l’âge du Bronze récent (XIV-XIII siècles) d’après les textes cunéiformes de Syrie, SMEA 30, 1992, 179–194.
Artzy, M. Mariners and their boats at the end of the Late Bronze and the beginning of the iron age in the eastern Mediterranean, Tel Aviv 30, 2003, 232–246.
Ballard, R. D./ Iron Age ship wrecks in deep water of Ashkelon, AJA 2002,  Stager, L. E. et al. 151–168.
Bartoloni, P. Navires et navigation, in: V. Krings (ed.), La civilisation phénicienne et punique, Leiden, 1995, 282–289.
Bass, G. F. Cape Gelidonya, A Bronze Age shipwreck, 1967 (Transactions of the American Philosophical Society 57, part 8).
Bass, G. F. A Bronze Age shipwreck at Ulu Burun (Kas): 1984 Campaign, AJA 90, 1986, 269–296.
Beal, R. H. Schiff und Boot. C: Bei den Hethitern, RlA 12, 2009–2011, 171–174.
Brody, A. J. Further Evidence of the Specialized Religion of Phoenician Seafarers, in: J. Pollini (ed.), Terra Marique: Studies in Honour of Anna Marguerite McCann on the Receipt of the Gold Medal of the Archaeological Institute of America, Oxford, 2005, 177– 182.
Carayon, N. Les ports phéniciens du Liban, milieux naturels, organisation spatiale et infrastructures, Archaeology and History in the Lebanon 36–37, 2012–2013, 1–137.
Carayon, N. / Geoarchaeology of Byblos, Tyre, Sidon and Beirut, Rivista di  Marriner, N. / Morhange, C. Studi Fenici 39/1, 2011, 45–56.
Christian, M. Phoenician maritime religion: Sailors, goddess worship, and the Grotta Regina, WO 43, 2013, 179–205.
Dietrich, M./Loretz, O. Schiffshandel und Schiffsmiete zwischen Byblos und Ugarit: UF 22, 1990 (published 1991), 89–96.
Frost, H. The stone-anchors of Byblos, Beirut, 1969 (Mélanges de l’Université Saint-Joseph 45/26).
Gestoso, G. Forms of payment in the Amarna Age and in the Uluburun and Cape Gelidonya shipwrecks, UF 42, 2010 [published 2011], 261–278.
Haggi, A. / Artzy, M. The Harbor of Atlit in Northern Canaanite/Phoenician Context, Near Eastern Archaeology 70/2, 2007, 75–84.
Kingsley, S. A. / Raveh, K The Ancient Harbour and Anchorage at Dor, Israel, Oxford (BAR International Series 626), 1996.
Kingsley, S. A. Shipwreck Archaeology of the Holy Land, London, 2004.
Linder, E. A Canaanite thalassocracy, in: G. D. Young (ed.), Ugarit in retrospect. 50 Years of Ugarit and Ugaritic, Winona Lake, 1981, 31–42.
Linder, E. Ma‘agan Micha’el (The Shipwreck), in: NEAEHL 3, 918–919.
Liphschitz, N. Cedars of Lebanon: Exploring the roots, BAR 39/3, 2013, 49–56 and 71.
Liphschitz, N. /Pulak, C. Wood species used in ancient shipbuilding in Turkey, Skyllis 8, 2007-2008, 73–82.
Liverani, M. The trade network of Tyre according to Ezek. 27, in: M. Cogan / I. Eph’al (eds.), Ah Assyria … Studies in Assyrian History and Ancient Near Eastern Historiography Presented to Hayim Tadmor, Jerusalem, 1991, 65–79.
Marriner, N Geoarchaeology of Lebanon’s Ancient Harbours, 2009 (BAR International Series 1953).
Marriner, N. / Ancient harbour infrastructure in the Levant: tracking the birth  Morhange, C. /  and rise of new forms of anthropogenic pressure. Scientific Re- Kaniewski, D. / Carayon, N.  ports 4, 5554, 2014 (DOI:10.1038/srep05554).
Master, D. M. The Seaport of Ashqelon in the Seventh Century BCE: A Petrographic Study, PhD. Diss. University of Harvard, 2001.
Morhange C. / La mobilité des paysages portuaires antiques du Liban, Beirut,  Saghieh-Beydoun M. (eds.) 2005 (BAAL hors-série 2).
Patai, R. The Children of Noah. Jewish Seafaring in Ancient Times, Princeton, 1998.
Pulak, C. Ulu Burun: 1989 excavation campaign, INA Newsletter 16.4, 1989, 4–11.
Pulak, C. Ulu Burun: 1990 excavation campaign, INA Newsletter 17.4, 1990, 8–13.
Pulak, C. The Late Bronze Age shipwreck at Ulu Burun, 1991 field season: “Ingot summer”, INA Newsletter 18.4, 1991, 4–10.
Pulak, C. The Late Bronze Age shipwreck at Ulu Burun, Turkey: 1992 field season, INA Quarterly 19.4, 1992, 4–11, 21.
Pulak, C. The shipwreck at Uluburun: 1993 excavation campaign, The INA Quarterly 20.4, 1993, 4–12.
Pulak, C. 1994 excavation at Uluburun: The final campaign, The INA Quarterly 21.4, 1994, 8–16.
Pulak, C. The Uluburun shipwreck, in: S. Swiny / R. L. Hohlfelder / H. W. Swiny (eds.), Res Maritimae: Cyprus and the Eastern Mediterranean from Prehistory to Late Antiquity, Nicosia, Cyprus 18-21 October 1994, Atlanta, 1997 (ASOR Archaeological Reports 4), 233–262.
Pulak, C. The Uluburun shipwreck: An overview, International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 27, 1998, 188–224.
Pulak, C. The late bronze age shipwreck at Uluburun; Aspects of hull construction, in: W. Phelps / Y. Lolos / Y. Vichos (eds.), proceedings of the International Conference, Island of Spetses, 19 September 1998, Athens, 1999, 209–238, Athen, 1999, 209– 238.
Pulak, C. Hull consruction of the late bronze age shipwreck at Uluburun, INA Quarterly 26/1, 1999, 16–21.
Pulak, C. The Uluburun Hull Remains, in: H. E. Tzalas (ed.), Tropis VII. Proceedings of the 7th International Symposium on Ship Construction in Antiquity (27 August – 31 August, 2000, Pylos), Athens, 2003, 615–636.
Raban, A.  The ancient harbours of Israel in Biblical Times, in: A. Raban (ed.), Harbour Arcaeology. Proceedings of the First International Workshop on Ancient Mediterranean Harbours, Caesarea Maritima 24.–28.8.83, Haifa-UK, 1985 (BAR International Series 257) 11–44.
Raban, A. The constructive maritime role of the Sea Peoples in the Levant, in: M. Heltzer / E. Lipi
ń ski (eds.), Society and Economy in the Eastern Mediterranean (c. 1500-1000 B.C.), Löwen, 1988 (OLA 23), 261-294.
Raban, A. Phoenician Harbours in the Levant, Michmanim 11, 1997, 7–27.
Raban, A. Near Eastern Harbours: Thirteenth-Seventh Centuries BCE, in: S. Gitin / A. Mazar / E. Stern (eds.), Mediterranean Peoples in Transition (Fs Trude Dothan), Jerusalem, 1998, 428–438.
Sasson, J. M. Canaanite maritime involvement in the second millennium B.C., JAOS 86, 1966, 126–138.
Sauvage, C. Routes maritimes et systèmes d’échanges internationaux au bronze récent en méditerranée orientale, Lyon, 2013 (Travaux de la Maison de l’Orient et de la Méditerranée No 61), chap. v, Les navires, 213–263.
Schwartz, M. Early evidence of reed boats from southeast Anatolia, Antiquity 76, 2002, 617–618.
Schwartz, M. / Reconstructing Mesopotamian exchange networks in the 4th  Hollander, D. / Stein, G. millennium BC: geochemical and archaeological analyses of bitumen artifacts from Hacinebi Tepe, Turkey, Paléorient 25/1, 1999, 67–82.
Singer, I. Ships bound for Lukka. A new interpretation of the companion letters RS 94.1530 and RS 94.2523, AoF 33, 2006, 242–262.
Singer, I. Schiffe nach Lukka: Ene neue Deutung des Briefpaares RS94.2530 und RS 94.2523, in: H. Matthäus / N. Oettinger / St. Schröder (eds.), Der Orient und die Anfänge Europas. Kulturelle Beziehungen von der Späten Bronzezeit bis zur Frühen Eisenzeit, Wiesbaden, 2011, 49–72 (Philippika 42).
Stager, L. E. Phoenician Shipwrecks and the Ship Tyre (Ezekiel 27), in: J. Pollini (ed.), Terra Marique: Studies in Honour of Anna Marguerite McCann on the Receipt of the Gold Medal of the Archaeological Institute of America, Oxford, 2005, 238–254.
Stefaniuk, L. et al. Localisation et étude paléoenvironnementale des ports antiques de Byblos, Baal Hors-Série II, 2005, 283–307.
Steiner, G. „Schiffe von Aḫḫijawa“ oder „Kriegsschiffe“ von Amurru im Šauškamuwa-Vertrag?, UF 21, 1989, 393–411.
Tropper, J. / Vita, J.–P. Pächter für den Hafen und die Landzugänge von Ugarit. Neue Überlegungen zu KTU 4.172, 4.266, 4.336 und 4.338, UF 33, 2001, 573–578.
Vita, J. P. Los antecedentes de la marina fenicia: barcos en Ugarit, in: M. Barthélmy / M. E. Aubet (eds.), Actas del Congreso Internacional de Estudios Fenicios y Púnicos, Cádiz, 1995, 281– 288.
Wachsmann, Sh. The Galilee boat – 2,000-year-old hull recovered intact, BAR 14/5, 1988.
Wachsmann, Sh. Seagoing Ships and Seamanship in the Bronze Age Levant, 1998. [Rez. JNES 62, 2003, 30-31 (H. Genz)]
Wachsmann, Sh. The Sea of Galilee Boat, Texas A&M University Press, 2009.
Wittke, A.-M. Hafenorte und ihre Bedeutung für die « Außenwirkung » des späthethitischen Raumes (ca. 1200-700 v. Chr.), in: M. Novák / F. Prayon / A.-M. Wittke (eds.), Die Außenwirkung des späthethitischen Kulturraumes, Münster, 2004 (AOAT 323).
Xella, P. Die Ausrüstung eines kanaanäischen Schiffes (KTU 4.689): WO 13, 1982 (ersch. 1983) 31–35.
Yalçin, Ü. / Pulak, C. / Das Schiff von Uluburun. Welthandel vor 3000 Jahren. Katalog  Slotta, R. (eds.) der Ausstellung des Deutschen Bergbau-Museums Bochum vom 15. Juli 2005 bis 16. Juli 2006, Bochum, 2005.

3. The Arabian Gulf region  
Carter, R. A. Boat remains and maritime trade in the Persian Gulf during the sixth and fifth millennia BCE, Antiquity 80, 2006, 52–63.
Carter, R. A. Excavations and Ubaid-period boat remains at H3, As-Sabiyah (Kuwait), in: E. Olijdam / R. H. Spoor (eds.), Inercultural Relatiosn between South and Southwest Asia, Studies in Commemoration of E. C. L. During Caspers (1934–1996), Oxfordshire, 2008, 92–102 (BAR International Seires 1826).
Cleuziou, S. Early Bronze Age trade in the Gulf and the Arabian Sea: The society behind the boats, in: D. Potts et al. (eds.), Archaeology of the United Arab Emirates, London, 2003, 133–150.
Cleuziou, S. / Tosi, M. Black boats of Magan. Some thoughts on Bronze-Age water transport in Oman and beyond from impressed bitumen slabs of Ra’s al-Junays, in: A. Parpola / P. Koskikallio (eds.), South Asian Archaeology 1993, Volume II, Helsinki, 1994, 745–761.
Cleuziou, S. / Tosi, M. Ra’s al-Junays and the prehistoric coastal cultures of the Ja’alan, Journal of Oman Studies 11, 2000, 19–74.
Connan, J. et al. A comparative geochemical study of bituminous boat remains from H3, As-Sabiyah (Kuwait), and Ra’s al-Jinz (Oman), Arabian Archaeology and Epigraphy 15, 2005, 1–46.
Potts, D. T. Waterkraft of the Lower Sea, in: U. Finkbeiner / R. Dittmann / H. Hauptmann (eds.), Beiträge zur Kulturgeschichte Vorderasiens. Festschrift für Rainer Michael Boehmer, Mainz, 1995, 559–571.
Potts, D. T. Watercraft, in: D. T. Potts, Mesopotamian Civilization: The Material Foundations, London, 1997, 122–137.
Vosmer, T. Ships in the ancient Arabian Sea: the development of a hypothetical reed boat model, Proceedings of the Seminar for Arabian Studies 30, 2000, 235-242.
Vosmer, T. The naval architecture of Early Bronze Age reed-built boats of the Arabian Sea, in: D. Potts et al. (eds.), Archaeology of the United Arab Emirates , London, 2003, 151–158.
Vosmer, T. The Magan Boat Project: a process of discovery, a discovery of process, Proceedings of the Seminar for Arabian Studies 33, 2003, 49–58.

 
4. The Ancient Near East (comprehensive studies)  
Barnett, R. D. Early shipping in the Near East, Antiquity 32, 1958, 220–230.
Bass, G. F. Sea and River Craft in the Ancient Near East, in: J. M. Sasson (ed.), Civilizations of the Ancient Near East, Vol III., New York, 1995, 1421–1431.
Carter, R. A. Watercraft, in: D. T. Potts (ed.), A Companion to the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East, Malden-Oxford, 2012, 347–372.
Göttlicher, A. Materialien für ein Corpus der Schiffmodelle im Altertum, Wiesbaden, 1978.
Meyer, J.-W. J.-W. Meyer, Die Bedeutung der Bootsmodelle aus dem Alten Orient, in: Th. Richter / D. Prechel /J. Klinger (eds.), Kulturgeschichten. Altorientalischen Studien für Volkert Haas zum 65. Geburtstag, Saarbrücken, 2002, 267–283.
Röllig, W. Altorientalische Schiffsmetaphorik: V. Drehsen / D. Henke / R. Schmidt-Rost / W. Steck, Wolfgang (eds.), Der ‘ganze Mensch’. Perspektiven lebensgeschichtlicher Individualität. Festschrift für Dietrich Rössler zum siebzigsten Geburtstag (Arbeiten zur Praktischen Theologie 10), Berlin/New York 1997, 13–18.
Stieglitz, R. R. Long-distance seafaring in the Ancient Near East, BA 47, 1984, 134–142.


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