The INA Quarterly has been published since Spring 1974 by the Institute of Nautical Archaeology and continues to be published four times a year with Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter issues. It is a news and information magazine focused on the Institute and its many projects, as well as the issues and events relevant to the nautical archaeology community and of interest to the general public.

Vol. 41 - Issue 1, Spring 2014

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IN THIS ISSUE...

BYZANTINE AMPHORAS MADE FOR WAR? 

How standardized were the globular amphoras on board the 7th-century ship that sank at Yassiada, Turkey? 
BY FRED VAN DOORNINCK

ALSO IN THIS ISSUE...

ARCHAEOLOGICAL SEARCH FOR THE NAVIO OF PEDRO DÍAZ CARLOS 

INA searches for the 1608 contraband smuggler to advance our knowledge of Iberian seafaring.
BY GEORGE SCHWARZ 

INA PROJECTS AROUND THE GLOBE IN 2014

The INA Archaeology Committee awarded $60,000 in project support for 2014. Learn more about the surveys, excavations and research that will take place around the world under the INA flag. 

AND...

Regular features such as book reviews, tributes to colleagues in INA REMEMBERS, and INA News & Events.