Underwater archaeologists excavate Byzantine shipwreck near Samos

Underwater archaeologists have excavated a Byzantine shipwreck near the Greek island of Samos in the East Aegean.

Wreck of Sir Ernest Shackleton’s Endurance found off Antarctica coast

An expedition team from Endurance22 has announced the discovery of Sir Ernest Shackleton’s, Endurance, off the coast of Antarctica.

Shipwrecked Ivory a Treasure Trove For Understanding Elephants & 16th Century Trading

In 1533, a Portuguese trading vessel carrying forty tons of gold and silver coins along with other precious cargo went missing on its way to India.

Underwater archaeologists from INAH discover 200-year-old wreck

Underwater archaeologists from the Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia have announced the discovery of a shipwreck off the coast of Quintana Roo state in Mexico.

A Stone Age” boat building site” has been discovered underwater

The Maritime Archaeological Trust has discovered a new 8,000 year old structure next to what is believed to be the oldest boat building site in the world on the Isle of Wight.

Sanctuary and Volunteer Maritime Heritage Divers Confirm Identity of Key Largo Shipwreck

NOAA's Office of National Marine Sanctuaries has identified the remains of an early 20th century shipwreck in Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary to be those of the British steamship Hannah M. Bell.

Sanyo Maru pearling ship to be explored

The wreck of a rare Japanese pearling mother ship off the Northern Territory coast is currently being explored in the northern territories Australia.

Nourishment in the Swedish naval fleet 1500-1800

During the period 1500-1800 the foodstuff in the Swedish naval fleet can be divided into the following categories; bread, meat and meat products, fish, dairy products, cereals, peas, vegetables and beverages. The consumption of these provisions (except for cereals, peas and vegetables) was at its highest level during the 16th century, which declined in the following centuries. Rations of cereals, peas and vegetables increased by 200 percent from the 16th century to the 18th century.

Possible new restrictions on Victory Salvage

Ministers are considering placing further restrictions on Odyssey Marine Exploration and the Maritime Heritage Foundation as pressure builds on the Cameron Government to stop the Banks and Hedge Fund investors backing Odyssey profiting from the grave and property of lost Royal Navy sailors.

New Battle Of Northampton Puts Leader Mackintosh under Pressure

In 1460 the first Battle of Northampton saw the forces of the Duke of York, father of King Richard III, assault the fortified encampment of the Lancastrian Army of Henry VI and amid gunfire and the clash of thousands of soldiers win the day.

All Change (Almost) as unknown Maria Miller goes to DCMS

The New Culture Minister will be defined by her attitude to Cuts, HMS Victory 1744 and the Proposed relaxation of planning laws says Andy Brockman in this analysis of today’s surprise appointment of new Culture Minister Maria Miller to David Cameron’s Cabinet.

Odyssey Marine and Cameron Peer Out of Control on HMS Victory

Ministers Jeremy Hunt and Philip Hammond are in the firing line as the Ministry of Defence admits Odyssey Marine Exploration is already preparing to cash in on HMS Victory and the remains of over 1000 British sailors without the permission of the Government.

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