Ships and Shipping in Medieval Manuscripts

Joe Flatman discusses themes and issues in his book "Ships and Shipping in Medieval Manuscripts", including the social implications of the massive maritime technological development in the medieval period and the impact of Christianity on maritime images. Interviewed by Ellie Russell. Recorded on 29 May 2009

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