Thursday, 30 March 2017

Alice Roberts & the team video

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Salcombe Cannon video

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Prawle Point WEBCAM

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British Museum Artifacts

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English Heritage "Angels" video

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Clay Pipe - Circa 1640 video

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Welcome to South West Maritime Archaeological Group

Bronze Age finds
Digging for Britain "Alice Roberts" with the team
Bronze Age copper & tin ingots
Cunard Silver
Award at the Palace
BBC's Neil Oliver and the team
Keith Muckelroy Award 2015

coin-israil.jpgDIVERS DISCOVER GOLD COINS

Scuba divers have discovered a rare haul of gleaming 1,000-year-old gold coins inscribed in Arabic on the sea bed off Israel, a find archaeologists say may shed light on Muslim rule in that age. Some 2,000 coins dated to the 11th century, a period when the Fatimid Islamic dynasty dominated the Middle East, have so far been raised from the depths. The treasure, which was probably exposed during recent winter storms, is thought to have sunk in a shipwreck near the ancient Roman port of Caesarea in the eastern Mediterranean - See more at: http://www.straitstimes.com/news/world/middle-east/story/divers-discover-huge-hoard-gold-coins-israeli-coast-20150219#sthash.nGldorcZ.dpuf