Monday, April 22, 2013

Special thanks to Chelsea Colwell-Pasch, Terry Drew, Paul Johnston, and Dave Meadows’ Explorator team for sending in news items.

1. Historic Nashwauk anchor needs new home in Adelaide’s southern suburbs:

2. What 15,000 years of cooking fish tells us about humanity:

3. Perhaps more than 45 steamboat wrecks lay at the bottom of the Trinity (Texas):

4. Sable Island national park would allow gas drilling deep underground:

5. Possible ancient burial ground discovered beneath Sea of Galilee in Israel:

6. Hamas bulldozes UNESCO site for military training [Anthedon seaport site]:

7. The real boats of of King Khufu [More on that Old Kingdom Red Sea harbour at Zaafarana]:

8. Ostia Antica, torna alla luce l’età d’oro Terme e fontane nella cittadella del lusso: [Italian] [Italian]

9. US tourist faces trial in Turkey over beach ‘stones’:

10. Silver recovered from shipwreck will go on display:


Wendy van Duivenvoorde, PhD
Lecturer in Maritime Archaeology
Deputy Director, Australian Consortium of Humanities Research Centres (ACHRC)
Department of Archaeology | Flinders University