Brodolom kod Gnalića AR

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Za razliku od službene povijesti koja velikim koracima grabi kroz protekla
vremena, priča o brodu potonulom kod Gnalića puna je osobnih ljudskih sudbina
koje su diljem Europe i Mediterana ispredale priču kasnog renesansnog
doba. Na stalnoj vezi između Venecije i Carigrada, brod Gagliana grossa, nekad
Lezza, Moceniga e Basadonna, simbolički je povezivao dva naoko suprotstavljena,
ali čvrsto isprepletena svijeta. Zadivljujući predmeti koji su četiri stoljeća
proveli na morskome dnu nakratko su ga učinili slavnim šezdesetih i sedamdesetih
godina prošloga stoljeća, ali pravu slavu doživio je tek tijekom posljednjih
nekoliko godina kad je znanstvena zajednica napokon posegnula za nebrojenim
informacijama skrivenim u muzejskim zbirkama, na mjestu brodoloma i
u arhivskoj građi. Prije svega, valja istaknuti kako je ova knjiga rezultat rada
na projektu Arheologija jadranske plovidbe i brodogradnje / Archaeology of
Adriatic Shipbuilding and Seafaring - AdriaS (IP-09-2014-8211) koji je financirala
Hrvatska zaklada za znanost.
Unlike official history, which has been stepping through the past with great strides
of time, the story of the ship sunk at Gnalić is full of personal human destinies
that conveyed the story of the late Renaissance throughout Europe and the Mediterranean
time. On the permanent connection between Venice and Constantinople, the ship Gagliana grossa used to be
Lezza, Moceniga e Basadonna, symbolically linked the two apparently opposing,
but tightly interwoven with the world. Amazing objects that are four centuries old
spent on the seafloor briefly made him famous in the sixties and seventies
years of the last century, but it only came to its glory during the last
a few years when the scientific community finally reached out to the innumerable
information hidden in museum collections, shipwrecks, and
in archival material. First of all, it should be noted that this book is the result of work
on the project Archeology of Adriatic Navigation and Naval Architecture / Archeology of
Adriatic Shipbuilding and Seafaring - AdriaS (IP-09-2014-8211) funded
Croatian Science Foundation.
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