The Spanish Armada

#C-5080
Martin, Colin and Geoffrey Parker

ISBN/ISSN: 0393026078
Category: Underwater Archaeology
Keywords: Spanish Armada
Comments: Includes a bibliography; illustrated
Size: 7.5″ x 10″
Pages: 296
Editions: The first edition (First Published – stated) was published by Hamish Hamilton, London (1988), in hardback with a dust jacket. Guild Publishing, London, also published a hardback edition with a dust jacket in 1988. Penguin Books, London, published a paperback edition in 1989. A revised edition (stated) was published by the Manchester University Press, England (1999), in paperback. The first US edition (First American Edition – stated) was published by W.W. Norton & Company, Inc., New York City (1988), in hardback with a dust jacket.
Description: This book retells the story of the Spanish Armada, based on newly uncovered documents and recent underwater archaeological finds. One of the authors is an eminent underwater archaeologist who salvaged three of the Armada wrecks and the other is a recognized professor of history. Many artifacts are pictured and discussed. Additionally, there is a chapter on Armada artillery.

Lost at Sea – True Stories of Disaster

#C-3805
Harris, John

Category: Sunken Treasure
Keywords: Hampshire, Royal George, Grosvenor, Lutine, Florencia, Spanish Armada, Association, Roland Morris, Colossus
Comments: Includes a bibliography; illustrated
Size: 6″ x 9.5″
Pages: 244
Editions: The first edition (First Published in Great Britain – stated) was published by Methuen London, (1990), in hardback with a dust jacket. Guild Publishing, London, also published a hardback edition (with a dust jacket) in 1990. A paperback edition was published by Mandarin Paperbacks, London, in 1991.
Description: This book describes mostly modern shipwrecks, although it does have a fairly lengthy chapter on treasure wrecks, including specific sections on the “HMS Royal George”, the “Grosvenor”, the “HMS Lutine”, the “Florencia”, and the “HMS Hampshire”. Additionally, there are several pages about the “HMS Association”, “HMS Colossus”, and Roland Morris.