underwater archeology

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Noun1.underwater archeology - the archeology of underwater sitesunderwater archeology - the archeology of underwater sites  
archaeology, archeology - the branch of anthropology that studies prehistoric people and their cultures
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Researchers from the Naval History and Heritage Command's Underwater Archeology Branch, based at the Washington Navy Yard, announced its detailed findings this week into the sinking following an exhaustive review of data from an on-site survey of the wreckage, as well as archival research and computer modeling.
[ETH]centshis ship and more than 60 vessels ''sleeping'' at the bottom of the Black Sea near Sozopol were discovered as part of the Black Sea MAP underwater archeology project - the largest and most technologically advanced underwater archeology project ever implemented in the world.
MARQ Provincial Archeology Museum uncovers Alicante's origins, with galleries on field, urban and underwater archeology.
Antiquities excavated - Photo courtesy of Ministry of Antiquities The European Institute of Underwater Archeology has collaborated with the Egyptian mission in uncovering historical pieces that date back to the Roman era, such as three royal heads of Antonio "the commander of armies" carved in crystal and three gold coins.
We can provide a forum for professional research in underwater archeology."
This development is quite sad because China seems to be using underwater archeology not to establish relations with its neighbors, but as a way to assert its territorial claims.
But in 2000, Goddio and his team from the European Institute of Underwater Archeology (IEASM) were able to locate the city, map it and excavate it using sophisticated technical equipment.
Shifeta said the government will also continue to build capacity in underwater archeology both in conservation and research.
MUGLA, November 08, 2011 (TUR) -- Tourists showed great interest in Bodrum castle and underwater archeology museum in Turkey's southwestern province of Mugla.
This is a collection of papers by experts in the fields of historic artillery and underwater archeology, presented at the international symposium Ships and Guns held at University Ca' Foscari, Venice December 2008.

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