Monday, July 4, 2011

Special thanks to Adrian Brown, Susan Langley, and Jennifer McKinnon sending in news items.

1. WWII Maritime Heritage Trail: Battle of Saipan:!/home.php?sk=group_120863607992582&ap=1

2. Ceremony to mark start of works to transport “City of Adelaide” to Australia:

3. Sackler Gallery postpones controversial “Shipwreck” show  [Smithsonian]:>

4. Back to the Bajo [INA’s 7th-century BC shipwreck excavation]:

5. ‘Ships’ presents a unique view [Review of “Ships From The Depths: Deepwater Archaeology”]:

6. Two century’s-old cannon raised from St. Augustine shipwreck:

7. Archaeologists find mystery shipwreck:

8. Team of archaeologists scour Escatawpa River floor for Moss Point’s town cannon:–Moss-Point-Cannon/

9. NOAA and Navy to conduct archaeological survey of 2 Civil War shipwrecks in Hampton Roads, Va.:

10. Photo album: ANCHOR Cemetery, coast of Tavia, Portugal:

11. Search continues in Canada’s North for lost ships of Franklin expedition:–search-continues-in-canada-s-north-for-lost-ships-of-franklin-expedition

12. Bid to use sonar to map Civil War, WWII shipwrecks:

13. A Crusader town emerges under an old Israeli port [more on]:

14. Magnetometer is a hit with archaeologists and divers:

15. Bulgarian archaeologist: Biblical deluge might boost Black Sea tourism:

Wendy van Duivenvoorde, PhD
Lecturer in Maritime Archaeology
Department of Archaeology | Flinders University