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  • It was a breakthrough, a true beginning for marine archeology.
  • Bound, a professor of marine archeology at Oxford University, is both a diver and art historian, so many of his stories are personal encounters with the shipwrecks.
  • The Department of Navigation is mapping all the ships sunk in the bay area, and is doing research in the area of marine archeology in the ancient town of Orikum ( Oricum ).
  • The museum houses a lecture hall for meetings, conferences to promote the Russian history and Kronstadt history in particular, diving service, marine archeology, military history among school children and teenagers.
  • On a more factual note, marine archeology is widening our knowledge about sites on the coastal shelf, i . e . places now under water, that bear signs of human inhabitation and civilisation.
  • In " Deep into the Past : Snorkeling and Marine Archeology, " snorkelers will accompany P . M . Masters, former coordinator of marine archeology at Scripps, on an underwater tour of a 4, 000-year-old submerged site at La Jolla Shores.
  • In " Deep into the Past : Snorkeling and Marine Archeology, " snorkelers will accompany P . M . Masters, former coordinator of marine archeology at Scripps, on an underwater tour of a 4, 000-year-old submerged site at La Jolla Shores.
  • More Norwegian maritime history is at a harborside complex of three buildings : The Kon Tiki Museum details the adventures of explorer Thor Heyerdahl; the polar ship Fram focuses on three Artic adventures; and the Maritime Museum looks at commercial fishing, shipbuilding, and marine archeology through boat models.
  • Divers will be able to view ancient shipwrecks or submerged neolithic villages " not in a museum but in their natural marine environment, covered with seaweed, with the fish swimming past, " said Galili, director of marine archeology at the Israel Antiquities Authority ( IAA ).