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Was Sardinia home to the mythical civilisation of Atlantis? - The Guardian


The Guardian

Was Sardinia home to the mythical civilisation of Atlantis?
The Guardian
It is decorated with a crescent moon, a symbol of the mother goddess. From the sludge that covered the structure the archaeologists extracted gold, silver, amber and rock crystal jewellery, as well as hundreds of terracotta oil lamps thought to be ...

Beast from the Deep: Rare wooden figurehead salvaged from historic Danish ... - Ancient Origins


Ancient Origins

Beast from the Deep: Rare wooden figurehead salvaged from historic Danish ...
Ancient Origins
The shipwreck, which was discovered by sport divers in the 1970s, has deep historical significance, according to the blog Combat Archaeology. “As can be ... This YouTube videos shows Professor Jon Adams working underwater at the Gribshunden site.

In historic Cuba visit, Kerry presides over raising of US flag over embassy in ... - Washington Post

Maritime History articles at Google News - Fri, 08/14/2015 - 19:53

Bloomberg

In historic Cuba visit, Kerry presides over raising of US flag over embassy in ...
Washington Post
As an Army brass band played the U.S. national anthem, the three Marines who last lowered the flag here in January 1961 handed a new, folded banner to members of the new contingent of Marine guards, who raised it and saluted. ... Before an invited ...
Critics contend U.S. surrenders Cuban leverageTribune-Review
American flag raised over U.S. Embassy in Havana, CubaWABC-TV
Kerry in Havana Praises Escape From a History Not Yet BanishedBloomberg

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Stonehenge of the sea found underwater off coast of Sicily; twice as old as ... - Chron.com


Stonehenge of the sea found underwater off coast of Sicily; twice as old as ...
Chron.com
"The belief that our ancestors lacked the knowledge, skill and technology to exploit marine resources or make sea crossings, must be progressively abandoned," they state. "The recent finds of submerged archaeology have definitively removed the idea of ...

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Finding the light: Hull and Salem get new access to historic beacons - Boston Globe

Maritime History articles at Google News - Fri, 08/14/2015 - 17:34

Boston Globe

Finding the light: Hull and Salem get new access to historic beacons
Boston Globe
But until this summer, residents in communities steeped in maritime history had no direct public access to either station. Public boat tours launched last month from Hull and Salem are shining a new light on the storied structures, whose lights are ...

Research Assistant at the <b>Maritime Archaeological</b> Research <b>...</b>

Research Assistant at the Maritime Archaeological Research Laboratory, The Department of History and Archaeology of the University of Cyprus, closes 5 September, apply today.

Dr Lucy Semaan – Desk Based Assessment of <b>Maritime</b> <b>...</b>

Honor Frost pioneered scientific underwater archaeology in Lebanon as early as the 1950s. Subsequent to the end of the civil war in 1990, and under the guidance of Mrs Frost the field developed and gained the interest of ...

Monday Morning Book Review: Submerged - Going Public - Blogger

Monday Morning Book Review: Submerged: Adventures of America's Most Elite Underwater Archaeology Dive Team. Monday, July 20, 2015. For the second summer the Northeast Regional Center has hosted a summer book club series that ...
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