HamnerHenry Rawlings Hamner was born 13 March 1922 in London, England. Appointed to the Naval Academy from Virginia, he graduated and gained his commission in June 1942. Hamner served to Rout and commission several new ships during the war, in addition to serving in the 12th Naval District and at Norfolk.
Some Questions of Medieval Nautical Technology in Kameniates’ “Sack of Thessaloniki” (904AD)By G.K. LivadasTropis Symposia Proceedings, Vol. 3 (1989)Introduction: The chronicle of loannis Kameniates which recounts the sackof Thessaloniki by the Arab fleet of Leo of Tripolis in 904 AD provides valuable information on Byzantine and Arab nautical technology of the early tenth century.
Name Change as a Consequence of Monastic OwnershipBy Jan AgertzProceedings of the 23rd International Congress of Onomastic Sciences (2009)Abstract: The normal assumption is that old Swedish habitation names are original, and the first recorded for a farm or hamlet. There are however other examples – even medieval.
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