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The Shipwreck of Gnalić – Mirror of Renaissance World


Radić Rossi, Irena; Nicolardi, Mariangela
The Shipwreck of Gnalić – Mirror of Renaissance World // TINA Maritime Archaeology Periodical, 2 (2014), 34-54 (podatak o recenziji nije dostupan, pregledni rad, znanstveni)


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Naslov
The Shipwreck of Gnalić – Mirror of Renaissance World

Autori
Radić Rossi, Irena ; Nicolardi, Mariangela

Izvornik
TINA Maritime Archaeology Periodical (2149-1968) 2 (2014); 34-54

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u časopisima, pregledni rad, znanstveni

Ključne riječi
Gnalić; Gagliana grossa; Croatia; Venice; Constantinople; Biograd na Moru; sultan Murad III; Nurbanu

Sažetak
The shipwreck near the islet of Gnalić, not far from the coastal town of Biograd na Moru in Central Dalmatia (Croatia), is one of the most significant post-medieval shipwreck sites in the Mediterranean. Besides the wide range of interesting finds belonging to the ship’s equipment and cargo, which raised public interest in the late 1960s, recent archival research has yielded hundreds of documents revealing the exciting history of the ship and its rich political, economic, cultural and historical context. Built in Venice in 1569 for Benedetto da Lezze, Lazzaro Mocenigo and Piero Basadonna, captured by the famous Ottoman corsair Uluç Ali in 1571, and sold to Odoardo da Gagliano in Pera (Constantinople) in 1581, the ship sunk at Gnalić in early November 1583, loaded with precious cargo shipped from Venice to Constantinople. Among many interesting items of various provenance, the ship carried windowpanes ordered by Sultan Murad III, and precious gifts from the Venetian Senate intended for the Sultan’s mother Nūr Bānū. The Shipwreck of Gnalić – Mirror of Renaissance World project, directed by the University of Zadar, in collaboration with Texas A&M University and other Croatian and foreign institutions, focuses on the systematic interdisciplinary research of the site. It also aims at reconstruction of its comprehensive Late Renaissance context, through the numerous objects found and the various persons involved in its curious and intriguing story.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Arheologija



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Citiraj ovu publikaciju

Radić Rossi, Irena; Nicolardi, Mariangela
The Shipwreck of Gnalić – Mirror of Renaissance World // TINA Maritime Archaeology Periodical, 2 (2014), 34-54 (podatak o recenziji nije dostupan, pregledni rad, znanstveni)
Radić Rossi, I. & Nicolardi, M. (2014) The Shipwreck of Gnalić – Mirror of Renaissance World. TINA Maritime Archaeology Periodical, 2, 34-54.
@article{article, year = {2014}, pages = {34-54}, keywords = {Gnali\'{c}, Gagliana grossa, Croatia, Venice, Constantinople, Biograd na Moru, sultan Murad III, Nurbanu}, journal = {TINA Maritime Archaeology Periodical}, volume = {2}, issn = {2149-1968}, title = {The Shipwreck of Gnali\'{c} – Mirror of Renaissance World}, keyword = {Gnali\'{c}, Gagliana grossa, Croatia, Venice, Constantinople, Biograd na Moru, sultan Murad III, Nurbanu} }

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