MacLeod, I. (2012). The mutineer's mortar. Chemistry In Australia, 37.
The article features the bronze apothecary's mortar which is on permanent exhibition at the Australian National Maritime Museum in Sydney, Australia. The bronze item was discovered in the wreck site found in 1976 which archaeologists believe to belong to Jeronimus Cornelisz, a mutineer of the "Batavia" which wrecked off the Houtman's Abrolhos Islands in Western Australia in 1629. It describes the condition of the treasure which the author says highlights effective corrosion control.