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Cheesy, metallic, sweet: 170-year-old champagne is clue to winemaking's past - Nature.com


Nature.com

Cheesy, metallic, sweet: 170-year-old champagne is clue to winemaking's past
Nature.com
The money went to fund scholarships in marine archaeology projects, says Björn Häggblom, a spokesman for the government of Åland. Eleven more bottles were sold in 2012; the others are stored in Åland and may be auctioned later. (Five beer bottles were ...
After 170 Years On The Seafloor, Recovered Champagne Gets A Taste Test ...Tech Times
Champagne discovered in 2010 estimated to be 170 years oldUncover Michigan

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Sierra Leone News: Monuments and Relics Act to be reviewed - Awoko


Awoko

Sierra Leone News: Monuments and Relics Act to be reviewed
Awoko
The country's heritage Isatu Smith disclosed encompasses a wide range of phenomena, including moveable objects, documents and images, immovable buildings, monuments and archaeological sites, underwater sites and shipwrecks, oral traditions, ...

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History: Biloxi Beach protesters attacked - Jackson Clarion Ledger

Maritime History articles at Google News - Tue, 04/21/2015 - 10:15

Jackson Clarion Ledger

History: Biloxi Beach protesters attacked
Jackson Clarion Ledger
It remains the worst maritime disaster in U.S. history. April 27, 1903: W.E.B. Du Bois' book, The Souls of Black Folk, was published. In it, Du Bois rejected the gradualism advocated by Booker T. Washington and called for active resistance to racist ...

Salvage excavations start in Bodrum - Hurriyet Daily News


Hurriyet Daily News

Salvage excavations start in Bodrum
Hurriyet Daily News
The salvage excavations were initiated by Bodrum Castle and Underwater Archaeology Museum officials, with the number of tombs increasing to eight. The skeletons are now being examined by anthropologists, and works have begun to display them at the ...

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“Shipwrecks An Important Cultural Resource” - Bernews

Maritime History articles at Google News - Tue, 04/21/2015 - 07:57

Bernews

“Shipwrecks An Important Cultural Resource”
Bernews
We are privileged enough to have its author here with us tonight, Dr. Gordon Watts, who I would like to commend for his work in producing such a beautiful and informative book which I know will serve as a resource on Bermuda's maritime history for ...

The Naval Historian and His Library: An Interview with John Hattendorf - War on the Rocks

Maritime History articles at Google News - Tue, 04/21/2015 - 04:42

War on the Rocks

The Naval Historian and His Library: An Interview with John Hattendorf
War on the Rocks
At seventy-three, John Hattendorf is still going strong. For over thirty years now, Hattendorf has been the Ernest J. King Professor of Maritime Studies at the United States Naval War College. Ask around, and when naval history comes up, Hattendorf's ...

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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