Announcing the publication of the latest issue of Journal of Advanced Military Studies (Volume 11, Number 2, Fall 2020). This issue’s theme is on naval integration and the future of naval warfare.
Dear Maritime Historians,
A new free paper is now available to download, titled Plant Series, No. 8. MS408, Paris quadrifolia. The paper reveals some remarkable historic information about the use of the plant's toxins for treating conditions, diseases and infections. The plant also had religious significance due to its physical appearance, so it was believed to possess godly powers. These papers provide a good deal of information about the cargoes of medinal herbs transported around the Mediterranean Sea during the Medieval.
Dear Maritime History Scholars,
You may be interested to read that the source of Linnaeus' idea behind using the mythology about Andromeda and Perseus to name a plant genus has been found in a page of a Medieval manuscript, dating from 1444. This tell us something about the maritime geographical connections in the Mediterranean over the past centuries, as the manuscript originates from Ischia.
Dear Maritime Scholars,
Apologies for any crossposting.
Dear H-Maritime History Community,
For the many who have expressed an interest, and any latecomers, here is the link to the free educational science paper, giving instruction on The Algorithmic Method For Translating MS408: https://ling.auf.net/lingbuzz/004653
JUNE 7, 2018 BY FRANK MCCORMACK
The U.S. Coast Guard is under new leadership following the June 1 change of command ceremony, held at the Coast Guard’s headquarters in Washington, D.C., during which Adm. Karl Schultz relieved Adm. Paul F. Zukunft to become the agency’s 26th commandant.