MARITIME EXPLORATIONS
LIST OF PUBLICATIONS

Contributed to The Archaeological Excavation of Nuestra Senora de la Concepcion, Mathers et al, Pacific Sea Resources, 1990.

Excavation of an Oriental Vessel of c.1690 off Con Dao, Vietnam, Flecker, M., International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, Volume 21(3), 1992.

A Preliminary Survey of a Southeast Asian Wreck, Phu Quoc Island, Vietnam, Flecker, M. & Blake, W., International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, Volume 23(2), 1994.

Submerged Treasures, Flecker, M., Silver Kris, Singapore Airlines In-flight Magazine, January 1995.

Magnetometer Survey of Malacca Reclamation Site, Flecker, M., International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, Volume 25(2), 1996.

The Archaeological Excavation of the Java Sea Wreck, Mathers, W. & Flecker, M., Pacific Sea Resources, 1997.

The 13th Century Java Sea Wreck: Bulk Iron and Ceramics from China, Flecker, M., Proceedings of the Fujian Ceramics Conference, Singapore / Chicago, 1999.

Three 18th Century Shipwrecks off Ujung Pandan, Southwest Sulawesi, Indonesia - A Coincidence?, Flecker, M., International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, Volume 28(1), 1999.

A 9th-Century Arab or Indian Shipwreck in Indonesian Waters, Flecker, M., International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, Volume 29(2), 2000.

A 9th Century AD Arab or Indian Shipwreck in Indonesia: First Evidence for Direct Trade with China, Flecker, M., World Archaeology, Volume 32(3), 2001.

The Archaeological Excavation of the 10th Century Intan Shipwreck, Flecker, M., Ph.D. Thesis, National University of Singapore, 2001: BAR International Series 1047, Archaeopress, Oxford, 2002.

Porcelain from the Vung Tau Wreck: the Hallstrom Excavation, Jörg, C. & Flecker, M., Sun Tree Publishing Ltd., UK, 2001.

The Bakau Wreck: an Early Example of Chinese Shipping in Southeast Asia, Flecker, M., International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, Volume 30(2), 2001.

The Ethics, Politics, and Realities of Maritime Archaeology in Southeast Asia, Flecker, M., International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, Volume 31(1), 2002.

A Cargo of Zhangzhou Porcelain Found off Binh Thuan Province, Vietnam, Flecker, M., Oriental Art Magazine, Vol. XLVIII No.5 (2002/03).

The Thirteenth-Century Java Sea Wreck: A Chinese Cargo in an Indonesian Ship, Flecker, M., The Mariner's Mirror, Vol.89 No.4, November 2003.

The Binh Thuan Wreck: Christie's Australia, containing the complete Archaeological Report by Flecker, M., Melbourne, 2004.

Treasures of the Binh Thuan Shipwreck, Flecker, M., Heritage Asia Magazine, Vol. 1, No. 4, June-August 2004.

Maritime Archaeology in Vietnam: Ahead of the Rest, Flecker, M., Minerva Magazine (The International Review of Ancient Art and Archaeology), Vol. 15 No. 3, May/June 2004.

Treasures from the Java Sea: The 10th Century Intan Shipwreck, Flecker, M., Heritage Asia Magazine, Vol. 2, No. 2, December 2004 - February 2005.

Contacts between India and Srivijaya: The Shipwreck Evidence, Flecker, M., Proceedings of the International Conference on Marine Archaeology, New Delhi, 2005.

Tang Treasures from the Sea: An Arab Shipwreck in Indonesian Waters, Flecker, M., Heritage Asia Magazine, Vol. 2, No. 4, June - August 2005.

The Advent of Chinese Sea-Going Shipping: A Look at the Shipwreck Evidence, Flecker, M., Proceedings of the International Conference on Chinese Export Ceramics and Maritime Trade, 12th-15th Centuries, City University of Hong Kong, 2005.

Rescue Excavation: The Java Sea Wreck, Flecker, M., Heritage Asia Magazine, Vol. 3, No. 2, December 2005 - February 2006.

Shipwreck Policies Throughout Asia: A First-Hand Account , Flecker, M., Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association Conference Proceedings, Manila, 2006.

The South-China-Sea Tradition: Hybrid Hulls of Southeast Asia, Flecker, M., International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, Volume 36(1), 2007.

Portuguese Shipwreck Found off Malacca, Flecker, M., Heritage Asia Magazine, Vol. 4, No.1 , January -March 2007.

A 9th-Century Arab or Indian Shipwreck in Indonesian Waters: Addendum, Flecker, M., International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, Volume 37(2), 2008.

Maritime Archaeology in Southeast Asia in Southeast Asian Ceramics: New Light on Old Pottery, edited by Miksic, J.N., Southeast Asian Ceramics Society, Editions Didier Millet, 2009.

A 9th-Century Arab Shipwreck in Indonesian Waters in Shipwrecked: Tang Treasures and Monsoon Winds, edited by Regina Krahl et al., Smithsonian Institution, 2010.

Wrecked Twice: Shipwrecks as a Cultural Resouce in Southeast Asia in Rethinking Cultural Resource Management in Southeast Asia: Preservation, Development and Neglect, edited by Miksic, J.N., Geok, Y.G, O'Connor, S., Anthem Press, 2011.

The Jade Dragon Wreck: Sabah, East Malaysia, The Mariner's Mirror, Vol. 98 No. 1, 2012.

Rake and Pillage: The Fate of Shipwrecks in Southeast Asia in Marine Archaeology in Southeast Asia: Innovation and Adaptation, , Asian Civilisations Museum, Singapore, 2012.

The Maritime Archaeological Potential of Melaka in Ancient Harbours in Southeast Asia, edited by Miksic, J.N., Geok, Y.G., SEAMEO SPAFA Regional Centre for Archaeology and Fine Arts, Bangkok, 2013.

The China-Borneo Ceramics Trade Around the 13th Century: The Story of Two Wrecks, in Ancient Silk Trade Routes: Selected Works from a Symposium on Cross Cultural Exchanges and Their Legacies in Asia, Editors: Qin Dashu and Yuan Jian, World Scientific, Singapore, 2015, pp.111-136.

Early Voyaging in the South China Sea: Implications on Territorial Claims, Nalanda Sriwijaya Centre Working Paper No. 19, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore, 2015.

Two 17th Century Chinese Junks: a Comparison, in Proceedings of the International Symposium on the 16-17th Century Maritime Silk Road, Guangzhou, China, 2016, pp.31-45.

 

 

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