Maritime Archaeology Resources
If we do not know our own history, we are doomed to live it as though it
were our private fate.
--Hannah Arendt in Carolyn Heilbrun, Writing a Woman's Life 1988.
Combined Caesarea Excavations
- Information about research conducted of Sebastos: King Herod's Harbor.
Issues in Underwater Archaeology
- From the Connecticut Office of State Archaeology.
Exhibit dedicated to sub-marine archaeology
- Another exhibit from
The french ministry of culture.
Guide to Historic Wrecks of the United Kingdom
- The Guide includes general information about The Protection of Wrecks Act
1973 and its implementation, the role of the Archaeological Diving Unit
and the Receiver of Wreck system. All the current designated Historic Wreck
Sites (forty-one) are listed together with details of their designation,
licenses issued, summary of historical significance, location and short
Hampshire and Wight Trust for Maritime Archaeology
- Promotes interest, research and knowledge of maritime archaeology and
heritage in Great Britain with core activities concentrated in the counties
of Hampshire, the Isle of Wight and the adjacent South Coast areas.
The NAVIS I project
- An open database, presenting the ships of each of the NAVIS I
Nordic underwater archaeology
- Wide-ranging information on underwater archaeology.
If you're interested in universities specializing in underwater archaeology,
you should also check out my education
I'm always open to adding resources to my list, so if you
know of other items, give me a holler: firstname.lastname@example.org
updated: Sun Jun 26, 2005
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