Author: John Keegan,James Eberle,Elisha Linder,N. C. Flemming,Anthony Laughton,Sean McGrail,A. J. Parker,Sarah Arenson,Edward E. Rice
Publisher: Sutton Pub Ltd (August 1, 1996)
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Elisha Linder also demonstrates the importance of the sea in ancient times by examining various myths and . The nine papers in this volume were given at the 1995 Wolfson College Lectures and are published here for the first time.
Elisha Linder also demonstrates the importance of the sea in ancient times by examining various myths and legends about the sea in ancient societies, showing how man overcame feelings of mystery and fear and developed an ability to master the oceans on long-distance voyages.
The Sea and History brings together distinguished experts in the fields of maritime archaeology, ancient history and modern . Sean McGrail discusses various types of ancient and medieval ships and the different methods of ship construction used by peoples in many seas, and .
Sean McGrail discusses various types of ancient and medieval ships and the different methods of ship construction used by peoples in many seas, and .
The Sea and History book
The Sea and History book. Bringing the subject of man and the sea forward from antiquity, Sarah Arenson considers the theme of medieval navigation and exploration, emphasizing the fact that seafaring expertise did not decline after the days of the great naval and maritime fleets of antiquity.
Find nearly any book by Anthony Laughton . Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Find all books by 'Anthony Laughton' and compare prices Find signed collectible books by 'Anthony Laughton'. The Sea and History (Wolfson College Lectures, 1995). by John Keegan, James Eberle, Elisha Linder, N. C. Flemming, Anthony Laughton, Sean McGrail, A. J. Parker, Sarah Arenson.
The Sea and History (Wolfson College Lectures, 1995). Contributors include Sarah Arenson, James Eberle, . Flemming, John Keegan, Anthony Laughton, Elisha Linder, Sean McGrail and . Sarah Arenson James Eberle N. Flemming John Keegan Anthony Laughton Elisha Linder Sean McGrail A. Parker Edward E. Rice (Ed. data. Archaeology, History, History – General History
In the 1870s Laughton turned more and more to teaching and lecturing on history, delivering a now famous lecture to the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) in 1874 on the importance of actually analysing historical events, rather than merely reporting events chronologically. In recognition of his importance, King's College Department of War Studies has named its naval history chair as the Laughton Professor, and naval historians in the department belong to the Laughton Unit.
Poor James, on the other hand, was still very much alive, and all at once he found himself alone and frightened in a vast unfriendly world. The lovely house by the seaside had to be sold immediately, and the little boy, carrying nothing but a small suitcase containing a pair of pyjamas and a toothbrush, was sent away to live with his two aunts. They never called him by his real name, but always referred to him as 'you disgusting little beast' or 'you filthy nuisance' or 'you miserable creature', and they certainly never gave him any toys to play with or any picture books to look at. His room was as bare as a prison cell.
At King’s College London, Rosalind Franklin obtained images of DNA using X-ray crystallography, an idea first . Franklin’s images allowed James Watson and Francis Crick to create their famous two-strand, or double-helix, model.
At King’s College London, Rosalind Franklin obtained images of DNA using X-ray crystallography, an idea first broached by Maurice Wilkins. In 1962 Watson (b. 1928), Crick (1916–2004), and Wilkins (1916–2004) jointly received the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for their 1953 determination of the structure of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA).