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Replica of Roman boat cruises the Danube

Dawn 16 Aug 2022
Crewed by volunteers wearing Roman tunics, the expedition is part of a European Union-funded project to raise awareness of the region’s Roman past.
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Volunteers sail Roman boat replica along Danube to Budapest

The Observer 15 Aug 2022
Crewed by volunteers wearing Roman tunics, the expedition is part of an EU-funded project to raise awareness of the region’s Roman past. Based on the remains of Roman shipwrecks ...
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Too much to ask?

The Daily Herald 12 Aug 2022
Thursday’s story about plans to sink salvaged tugboat Marion in Man of War Shoal Marine Park was interesting ... That’s why it’s good to know St ... This initiative caps off a shipwreck recovery activity under the Emergency Debris Management Project (EDMP) of the Dutch-sponsored Trust Fund managed by the World Bank, completed last December ... .
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Five years of firsts at The Red Sea Project

Arab News 31 Jul 2022
Since it was announced to the public five years ago, The Red Sea Project was set to be a pioneer ... A tourism project designed to provide responsible tourism while developing pristine islands that were untouched for centuries ... Finally, the project took on the Kingdom’s first-ever underwater excavation, exploring an 18th-century shipwreck.
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Leonardo DiCaprio, Martin Scorsese team up for 7th film

The Telegraph India 30 Jul 2022
Hollywood star Leonardo DiCaprio and veteran filmmaker Martin Scorsese have started developing their seventh feature project ... A Tale of Shipwreck, Mutiny, and Murder, reported a magazine.
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Leonardo DiCaprio and Martin Scorsese teaming up for another movie

The Times of India 30 Jul 2022
Hollywood star Leonardo DiCaprio and veteran filmmaker Martin Scorsese have started developing their seventh feature project ... A Tale of Shipwreck, Mutiny, and Murder'. The project will be directed by Scorsese ... A Tale of Shipwreck, Mutiny, and Murder' is set to be published in April 2022.
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City of Geneva urged to be careful when dredging for marina

Finger Lakes Times 22 Jul 2022
Gildea, project manager of vertical construction services for a Watertown company, says there are a number of sunken canal boats at the north end of the lake dating back many years — and he doesn’t want to see dredging destroy or damage them ... 11, 2019, after their review of the site and proposed project areas.
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Sunken Boat finally removed from harbor

Iosco County News Herald 20 Jul 2022
EAST TAWAS — For half a year, it has been a feature of Tawas Harbor ... Back in October, the boat broke down in open water ... Even the Coast Guard took a look at it, as they have funding for shipwreck salvage. But their programs are reserved for larger projects and it wasn’t enough of a hazard or cost for them to step in, said Jordan. .
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Phoenician Shipwreck: 'Findings provide a piece of a puzzle that helps us understand our past'

Independent Online 18 Jul 2022
Following the four-year excavation project of the Phoenician shipwreck that is located off the coast of Xlendi, the team of international experts, led by the University of Malta, has recently begun a new four-year Post-Excavation Project (2022-2025).
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Excavation continues on ancient shipwreck near Shanghai

China Daily 16 Jul 2022
The archaeological excavation of the shipwreck at the mouth of the Yangtze River has made significant progress, the Shanghai Municipal Administration for Culture and Tourism announced on Friday ... On June 1, Dali, the primary workboat for the excavation project, went to the shipwreck site to conduct preliminary cleanup.
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The Butler Legacy Fund to honor couple who dedicated their lives to Rockingham County

News & Record 10 Jul 2022
Lindley Butler also served on the Board of Directors for several years and created exhibits, such as “Rockingham County in the War of 1812” and the Blackbeard shipwreck project ... Lindley chaired the restoration of Wright Tavern, and the couple provided room and board for the state archaeologists who worked on the project.
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A newly discovered statue of Hercules and its link to the Antikythera mechanism (PHOTOS)

Greek City Times 01 Jul 2022
The discoveries at the Antikythera shipwreck included parts of marble statues, human teeth and bronze and iron nails, said Lorenz E ... At the end of the project in 2025, the team aims to publish its findings on the “Return to Antikythera.” But they believe that there will still be more to find in the shipwreck.
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Archaeologists Find More Treasures From the Antikythera Wreck

The Maritime Executive 01 Jul 2022
A team led by the Swiss School of Archaeology in Greece has completed a landmark project at a famous shipwreck site off Antikythera, a small island between the Peloponnese and Crete ... The Antikythera Wreck from the first century BCE is known best for a single piece of its cargo ... Nikos Giannoulakis / Return to Antikythera ... ....
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An Excavation in the Sea Depths Recovers Hercules From the Afterlife

New York Times 30 Jun 2022
An ancient shipwreck off the coast of Greece is yielding secrets as an archaeological exploration project dives deeper. The effort relies on technological innovation ... .
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Massive marble head found at Antikythera Shipwreck

Heritage Daily 20 Jun 2022
Archaeologists have announced the discovery of a massive marble head at the Antikythera Shipwreck in Greece, the site where the Antikythera mechanism was previously discovered in 1901 ... The study project of the Antikythera shipwreck is being conducted by the Ephorate of Underwater Antiquities of the Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Sports.

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