Open Access Awards Articles
The papers on this page are available as Open Access articles through the Open Access Award, which is offered to support authors who otherwise would not be able to publish their research as Open Access articles. More information on the Open Access Award is available here.
From phantom town to maritime culturaI landscape and beyond: Dreamer’s Bay Roman-Byzantine ‘port’ – 2021
Simon James, Lucy Blue, Adam Rogers and Vicki Score were awarded an Open Access grant to publish their paper in The Journal of the Council for British Research in the Levant as an open access article Abstract At Dreamer’s Bay on the Akrotiri Peninsula of Cyprus lie remains of what has been interpreted as a,
A submerged 7000-year-old village and seawall demonstrate earliest known coastal defence against sea-level rise – 2019
Galili E, Benjamin J, Eshed V, Rosen B, McCarthy J and Kolska Horwitz L were awarded an Open Access grant to publish their paper in The Public Library of Science as an open access article Abstract We report the results of underwater archaeological investigations at the submerged Neolithic settlement of Tel Hreiz (7500 – 7000 BP),
Finite Element Analysis of Shell-First and Longitudinally Reinforced Frame-Based Wooden Ships – 2019
Nathan Helfman, Boaz Nishri and Deborah Cvikel were awarded an Open Access Grant to publish their paper in the Journal of Maritime Archaeology as an open access article. Abstract During the period between the 5th century BC and the 6th century AD, two ship construction technologies were prevalent around the Mediterranean Sea: shell-first and frame-based.
The warped sea of sailing: Maritime topographies of space and time for the Bronze Age eastern Mediterranean – 2019
Crystal Safadi and Fraser Sturt were awarded an Open Access Grant in 2019 to publish their paper as an open access article in the Journal of Archaeological Science Abstract Time has consistently been regarded as the missing dimension from our renderings of space, having a significant impact on how we interpret and represent past interaction.
Maʻagan Mikhael B, Israel: a preliminary report of a Late Byzantine–early Islamic period shipwreck – 2018
Maayan Cohen and Deborah Cvikel were awarded an Open Access Grant in October 2018 to publish their paper in the International Journal of Nautical Archaeology as an open access article. Abstract The Maʻagan Mikhael B shipwreck was found in 1.5m of water, beneath 1.5m of sand, 70m off the Mediterranean coast of Israel. The hull