Katarina Batur graduated from the University of Zadar, Croatia. Since 2016 she has been employed at the University of Zadar, through the Croatian Science Foundation project Young Researchers’ Career Development Project – Training of New Doctoral Students. In January 2021 she successfully defended her dissertation, Trade, production and maritime transport of colouring materials based on Early Modern Gnalić Shipwreck finds. Her research interests include early-modern shipbuilding in the Mediterranean, the use of characterization analyses in cultural heritage studies, and cargoes in Early Modern merchant ships, with emphasis on the evidence of trade in colouring materials.
Unlike official history, which takes long and impersonal strides through the past, this book describes individual human destinies that convey the story of the late Renaissance period throughout Europe and the Mediterranean as uncovered at the site of the shipwreck at Gnalić, Croatia. READ MORE
Paperback: £30.00 | eBook: £16.00