Martin, Colin
May 2000
Calliope;May2000, Vol. 10 Issue 9, p10
Reports on the work of underwater archaeologists in studying shipwrecks to obtain historical data. Use of survey grids for mapping sites; Information that can be gathered from objects and items recovered from wrecks; Conservation processes for objects recovered; Description of an object recovered from the La Trinidad Valencera shipwreck.


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