The INA Quarterly has been published since Spring 1974 by the Institute of Nautical Archaeology and continues to be published four times a year. 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.
INA Quarterly Latest Issue:
Vol. 43-Issue 3/4 Fall/Winter 2016
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In this issue…
THE MARZAMEMI “CHURCH WRECK” EXCAVATION
The exploration of a 6th-century ship off the coast of Sicily transporting a cargo of prefabricated religious architectural elements
BY JUSTIN LEIDWANGER AND ELIZABETH S. GREENE
THE FRIGATE ERTUĞRUL
An overview of the Ottoman shipwreck in Japan following 10 years of exploration and research
BY BERTA LLEDO
INTRUSIVE ROMAN AND BYZANTINE CERAMICS FROM KIZILBURUN
How extraneous artifacts spanning five centuries provide evidence of Mediterranean trade
BY PHIL L. WATSON
2016 BOARD MEETING HIGHLIGHTS
INA’s annual gathering of Directors and Officers met in Santa Monica, California to prepare for upcoming projects in 2017
Regular features such as book reviews, tributes to colleagues in INA REMEMBERS, and INA News & Events.