UNDERWATER ARCHEOLOGY

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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/10/10 UNDERWATER ARCHEOLOGY 5/10/10 What is Underw Underwater Archaeology is a branch of maritime archaeology, also known as marine archaeology, which studies the past through any submerged 5/10/10 Lost Treasur 1 of the 110 42 pounder brass canon recovered from the shipwreck HMS Victory sank in the English Channel on Oct. 4, 1744, taking 1,150 sailors and 4 tons of Portuguese gold to the 5/10/10 Treasur es of SS The SS Republic was a Civil War-era sidewheel steamship that sank in 1865. It was discovered by Odyssey $10 Gold coins $20 Gold coins silver half dollar Coin 5/10/10 Black Swan A colonial period site located in Atlantic ocean Discovered by Odyssey in May 2007. Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/10/10 Shipwrecks and Sunken Ships Underwater Archeology 5/10/10 Shipwrecks Many shipwrecks have a significant historical importance because they can teach us a lot about life through their incidents. For instance they can shed light on the magnitude of loss of lives in a community. Which affects the population growth and loss in the world. They can help us find out when a horrendous event occurred in the earths history. For example an earthquake that took out a city, or a hurricane that destroyed a part of the world. 5/10/10 5/10/10...
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This note was uploaded on 05/03/2010 for the course ENY 87767 taught by Professor N.lenon during the Spring '09 term at Northeastern.

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