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Ancient Roman Ship Found Off Coast of Sardinia - Discovery News


Discovery News

Ancient Roman Ship Found Off Coast of Sardinia
Discovery News
The wreck of a 2,000-year-old Roman ship has been discovered on the seabed off the coast of Sardinia with its cargo packed just as it was at the moment of departure. Resting at a depth of 150 feet in the waters off Santa Teresa Gallura, the vessel is ...
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Diving For Dams: Historic 'Road Construction' on the St. Croix River - St. Croix 360


St. Croix 360

Diving For Dams: Historic 'Road Construction' on the St. Croix River
St. Croix 360
The archaeologists from the National Park Service's Submerged Resources Center are experienced underwater detectives. They travel to national parks around the United States diving and documenting. Their work on the St. Croix River will help the Park ...

Roman Ship Carrying Roof Tiles Discovered Near Sardinia - Archaeology


Archaeology

Roman Ship Carrying Roof Tiles Discovered Near Sardinia
Archaeology
“The cargo is very well preserved and has enormous value to scholars. We're really pleased about this discovery,” commented Rubens D'Oriano of Sardinia's archaeological department. To read about more underwater discoveries, go to "History's 10 Greatest ...

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Treasure hunter keeps waters roiling with new finds, new claims - Press Herald


Press Herald

Treasure hunter keeps waters roiling with new finds, new claims
Press Herald
Clifford, a fit 70 year old who dives regularly, has also roiled the waters among the marine archaeology community. In a recent telephone interview from his home in Provincetown, Massachusetts, Clifford described the fascination that drives him in ...

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Treasure hunter roils the waters as he makes new finds - Danbury News Times


Danbury News Times

Treasure hunter roils the waters as he makes new finds
Danbury News Times
Clifford, a fit 70 year old who dives regularly, has also roiled the waters among the marine archaeology community. In a recent telephone interview from his home in Provincetown, Massachusetts, Clifford described the fascination that drives him in ...

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Treasure hunter roils the waters as he makes new finds - U-T San Diego


U-T San Diego

Treasure hunter roils the waters as he makes new finds
U-T San Diego
Clifford, a fit 70 year old who dives regularly, has also roiled the waters among the marine archaeology community. In a recent telephone interview from his home in Provincetown, Massachusetts, Clifford described the fascination that drives him in ...

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Underwater Sherlock finds sunken treasure around the world; roils ... - Fox News


Fox News

Underwater Sherlock finds sunken treasure around the world; roils ...
Fox News
Clifford, a fit 70 year old who dives regularly, has also roiled the waters among the marine archaeology community. In a recent telephone interview from his home in Provincetown, Massachusetts, Clifford described the fascination that drives him in ...

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Deep-sea exploration will soon be an option for most archaeologists - Phys.Org


Deep-sea exploration will soon be an option for most archaeologists
Phys.Org
Due to the absence of GPS underwater, one of the main problems in the use of AUVs for underwater archaeology is to correctly geo-reference images and sonograms taken from underwater sites. Accuracy requirements expressed by the archaeologists are in ...

Ankle-biting bear; big shot dismissed; monk blows top - Arizona Daily Star


Arizona Daily Star

Ankle-biting bear; big shot dismissed; monk blows top
Arizona Daily Star
Mayor Ed Murray, center right, walks on a new rainbow-colored crosswalk for Pride Week in Seattle on Tuesday, June 23, 2015. Murray unveiled one of the 11 new crosswalks in the historically gay-friendly Capitol Hill neighborhood on Tuesday. He says the ...

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I Was a Google Mapper - The New Yorker

Maritime History articles at Google News - Wed, 06/24/2015 - 07:01

The New Yorker

I Was a Google Mapper
The New Yorker
Onboard were about fifty maritime-history buffs and a bright-green piece of hardware mounted on a backpack. This was 6138580E, one of a handful of Trekkers built by Google in the past couple of years. A Trekker is a portable photographic rig that looks ...

'Egypt's Sunken Treasures' exhibit to tour Europe in September - The Cairo Post


The Cairo Post

'Egypt's Sunken Treasures' exhibit to tour Europe in September
The Cairo Post
The exhibit will then travel to Zurich, Berlin followed by the British Museum in London before the artifacts are returned to Cairo,” director of the Antiquities Ministry's underwater archaeology department Mohamed Mostafa told The Cairo Post Tuesday ...

Letters: The justice system must reform to be less slow, confusing and unfair - Telegraph.co.uk


Telegraph.co.uk

Letters: The justice system must reform to be less slow, confusing and unfair
Telegraph.co.uk
The underwater wreck of HMS Repulse, sunk with HMS Prince of Wales in 1941. SIR – It is exciting that the wreck of the scuttled Second World War submarine HMS Saracen has been found off Corsica, and fitting that she will remain there as an official war ...

Celebrating <b>Maritime History</b> in Sag Harbor | The Sag Harbor Express

Maritime History Blog Posts via Google - Thu, 09/04/2014 - 11:50
The Joseph Labrozzi, Jr. men's whaleboat team capsizes while racing to the finish line against the John K. Ott team during HarborFest 2013. Photo by Michael Heller. By Stephen J. Kotz and Mara Certic. With the passage of ...

14 Days events, edition of Sept. 4 | Events - Shore News Today

Maritime History Blog Posts via Google - Tue, 09/02/2014 - 00:00
Junior keepers enjoy a nighttime climb for spectacular views of Atlantic City, construct their own lighthouse with craft materials, learn how to use a compass, and learn maritime history through multimedia instruction on select ...

members of congress fight for recognition of wa <b>maritime history</b>

Maritime History Blog Posts via Google - Fri, 08/22/2014 - 18:08
The 13 mile stretch of coast would not be subject to the same regulations as a wilderness or wetland, but would hopefully attract those curious about maritime history. Rep. Derek Kilmer, D-Gig Harbor, and Rep. Denny Heck ...
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