Sailing Ships I
Their History & Development
as Illustrated by the Collection of Ship-Mpdels in the Science Museum
Part One / Third Edition
Historical Notes
       
 
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G.S. Laird Clowes M.A., A.I.N.A.
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Inhalt:
     
INTRODUCTION
EARLY SHIPS OF THE MEDITERRANEAN LITTORAL
THE VESSELS OF GREECE AND ROMS
EARLY CRAFT OF NORTH-EASTERN EUROPE
THE ENGLISH ONE-MASTED SHIP
THE INTRODUCTION OF THE THREE-MASTED SHIP
SHIPS UNDER ELIZABETH AND THE STUARTS
MEN-OF-WAR IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY
MERCHANT-SHIPS IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY
THE LAST FIFTY YEARS OF THE SAILING WARSHIP
THE EVOLUTION AND THE DECLINE OF THE CLIPPER SHIP

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS

Ort cover: Seal of Southampton (1588) From an Impression of the silver matrix, preserved at Southampton

I. Egyptian Sea-Going Ship (V Dynasty) From the Tomb of King Sahu-re at Abusir
II. Egyptian River Boat (XII Dynasty) Model found in XII Dynasty necropolis at Beni-Hasa
III. Egyptian Funerary Boat (XII Dynasty) A model based on a full-sized boat, preserved in the Cairo Museum
IV. Greek Galley (4th Century B.C.) A reconstruction based on numerous contemporary reliefs of different portions of Greek galleys
V. Roman Sailing Ship (2nd Century A.D.) A reconstruction based on three contemporary reliefs found at Porto, Ostia, and Sidon
VI. Viking Ship (9th Century A.D.) A model of the ship found at Gokstad and preserved at Oslo
VII. Ship of the Cinque Ports (13th Century) A model based on the representation of the ship contained in the Seal of Dover, A.D. 1284
VIII. Embarkation of Henry VIII (1520) From the painting in Hampton Court Palace
IX. Small Ship (circa 1532) From a drawing by Hans Holbein the younger, in the Städel Institute at Frankfurt
X. Royal Ship (1545) From a drawing of Calais Harbour by Thomas Pettyt, in the British Museum
English Warship (circa 1586) From the MS. Fragments of Ancient English Shipwrightry, in the Pepysian Library, Magdalene College, Cambridge
XI. Elevation and Sail-plan of a Four-Masted Warship (circa 1586) From the MS. Fragments of Ancient English Shipwrightry, in the Pepysian Library, Magdalene College, Cambridge
XII. Four Sections of a Ship (circa 1586) From the MS. Fragments of Ancient English Shipwrightry, in the Pepysian Library, Magdalene College, Cambridge
XIII. The "Royal Prince" (161o) From a painting by Hendrick Vroom, in the Franz Hals Museum, Haarlem
XIV. The "Sovereign of the Seas" (1637) From a contemporary print by J. Payne
XV. Draught of a Third-Rate (1670) From Sir Anthony Deane's MS. Doctrine of Naval Architecture, in the Pepysian Library, Magdalene College, Cambridge
XVI. The "Prince" (1670) A contemporary model, rigged in accordance with Sir Anthony Deane's Doctrine of Naval Architecture
XVII. Longitudinal Section of a First-Rate (circa 168o) From Mr. Dummer's Draughts of the Body of an English Man-of-War, in the Pepysian Library, Magdalene College, Cambridge
XVIII. Sixty-Gun Ship (1702-1704) A Navy Board model with contemporary rigging
XIX. Seventy-Gun Ship (1712-1714) Both hull and rigging are contemporary
XX. Eighty-Gun Ship on the Establishment of 1719 Both hull and rigging are contemporary
XXI. The "Barfleur" go guns (1768) From a perspective painting made in 1773 from the Admiralty draught and presented to King George III
XXII. Longitudinal Section of Foreign Sixty-Gun Ship (circa 1750) The model was formerly in the Russian Dockyard at Savastopol
Draught of a 74-gun Ship (1781) From Stalkartt's Naval Architecture
XXIII. The "Ajax" 74 guns (1767) Upper Decks, Lower Deck. A contemporary model in the possession of E. B. Waggett, Esq
XXIV. The " Bellona," 74 guns (1760) A contemporary dockyard model "in frame" 38-gun Frigate (178o-1782) A contemporary model
XXV. 28-gun Frigate (circa 1785) A contemporary model rigged in accordance with Steel's Rigging and Seamanship, 1794
XXVI. 18-gun Sloop (circa 1780) A contemporary model rigged in accordance with Steel's Rigging and Seamanship, 1794
XXVII. East India Company's Packet "Swallow" (1782) From a picture by T. Luny, painted in 1788
XXVIII. 64-gun Ship (circa 1800) A model of a French prize, probably the "Athenien" taken at Malta in 1800, with contemporary rigging
XXIX. Draught of a 40-gun Frigate (1804) From Steel's Naval Architecture
Draught of an 8o-gun Ship (1804) From Steel's Naval Architecture
XXX. 84-gun Ship (circa 182o) Model rigged in accordance with Sir Williarn Symonds's Tables of Standard Dimension, 1836
XXXI. Midship Section of H.M.S. "Rodney" 92 guns (1833) Contemporary model illustrating Sir Robert Seppings's System of diagonal bracing
XXXII. H.M.S. "Boyne" go guns (1790) A contemporary model
H.M.S. "Albion" go guns (1842) A dockyard model
XXXIII. 1,200-ton East Indiaman (circa 1820) A contemporary model
XXXIV. Race between the China-Clippers "Taeping" and "Ariel" 1866 From a contemporary Lithograph
XXXV. The "Fiery Cross" (186o) Contemporary shipyard model
A Composite-built Ship, with Broadside Plating Removed (1866) From a contemporary drawing
XXXVI. The "Stonehouse" (1866) Model made in 1871 and rigged in the Science Museum
XXXVII. The "Sudbourne" (1881) A builder's model
XXXVIII. The Four-masted Barque "California" (189o) A model made for the owners

ILLUSTRATIONS IN THE TEXT

1. Egyptian Vessels from a Pre-dynastic Vase
2. One of the Ships of the Egyptian Expedition to Punt (XVIII Dynasty) 23 From Queen Hatshepsut's Temple at Deir-el-Bahari
3. Assyrian Warship (circa 700 B.C.) From the Palace of Sennacherib at Kouyunjik.
4. Greek Galley (circa 500 B.C.) From a Vase found at Vulci in Etruria and now in the British Museum
5. Greek Merchant Ship (circa 500 B.C.) From the saure vase
6. The Ship of William the Conqueror From the almost contemporary Bayeux Tapestry
7. The Seal of Sandwich (1238)
8. The Seal of Dover (1284)
9. The Seal of Poole (1325)
10. Midship Section of a Fourth-Rate (1684) From Charnock's History of Naval Architecture, 18o1
11. Section of a Man-of-War Showing an improvement introduced by Sir Robert Seppings about Azo
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