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Angela Middleton Dec 7
Nothing says more than removing concretion!
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Angela Middleton May 10
All going well in my little conservation world. The powder chambers are done!
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Steven Ellis 4 Jun 18
I don't think you could ever get tired of diving the , especially when she keeps revealing more of her secrets.
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Alison James Mar 13
I love museums because they have some pretty awesome stuff in! I especially love museums with material from sites in!
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Daniel Omar Pascoe Jun 21
The last recovery of the excavation, the heart block of the main stay. With
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MSDS Marine Nov 20
Nit combs are a common find on shipwrecks of this era as lice were a common problem that would have affected all those on board. This nit comb was found on and gives us a glimpse of life on board!
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Steven Ellis Jun 10
Rescue recovery from yesterday's dive out on the , a double pulley and its associated rope fragments that were from an area of the site that's suffering from erosion. Saved before being attacked by marine boring organisms.
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Douglas Aug 25
It’s not all and on the but working and editing ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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MASTArchaeology 25 Jun 18
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Wessex Archaeology Jun 3
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Daniel Omar Pascoe Jun 15
A gun lid recovered from excavations. The size makes it a likely quarter deck gunport lid. Great to compare with HMS Victory with
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Nautical Archaeology Society 6 Aug 18
Scuba divers on a historic mission to solve the mystery of a haul of 19th century industrial cargo sunk off the Scilly Isles
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Daniel Omar Pascoe Jun 15
Spending the day comparing the latest archaeology from excavations with HMS Victory . Below the mainstay of Invincible compared with Victory’s
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Nautical Archaeology Society Aug 18
Sometimes you have to think outside the box when creating the perfect conditions for photogrammetry! Here's the 'How to use a sheet' lesson at our photogrammetry course.
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Steven Ellis Jun 17
The appeal of diving out on the beckons us once again.
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Grant Cox Nov 13
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Daniel Omar Pascoe Oct 10
Thanks to for letting me loose on the concreted chain pump from the Northumberland.
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HE South East Dec 7
For of our we are going underwater to the at Norman's Bay! The wreck lies on the seabed 3 nautical miles east from Pevensey, and contains at least 51 iron cannons
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HE South East Dec 14
It's of our and we are going underwater again. Today we are visiting the that lies in Thorness Bay. It is the remains of an unknown 19th century wooden sailing vessel. The wreck is spread across an area of 30m by 10m
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Sara Bohuch Feb 27
We have a button loop! Have finally removed enough concretion to . No textile remained, but still a very neat day in the world of .
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