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  • — 2400-year-old ‘Odysseus’ Greek shipwreck from Black Sea

    By Michael Wing - Epoch Times The ancient Greeks once sailed the seas aboard ships like the ones depicted on ancient murals and vases from the time of Plato. In modern times, though, we have never actually laid eyes on one—that is, until now. In the depths of the Black Sea, more than 80 kilometers off the coast of Burgas, Bulgaria, an ancient Greek merchant ship, resembling paintings of the vessel used by Homer’s Odysseus, ...

  • — Man accused of hiding treasures from shipwreck

    By Yonhap - Korea Herald A man in his 60s has been arrested on suspicion of possessing ancient pottery that is believed to have been taken illegally from an underwater resting place off the southwestern coast of South Korea, police said Thursday. The 63-year-old suspect, whose name was withheld, is accused of having hidden ancient Chinese celadon and other treasures retrieved in the 1980s from the Sinan underwater relics burial site ...

  • — 400-year-old wine found in ancient shipwreck

    By Michael Hollan - Fox News   Wine lovers will soon have the opportunity to purchase 400-year-old bottles recovered from an actual shipwreck. Two bottles of Shipwreck Wine, believed to be from a 14-bottle collection dating back to the late 17th century, were scheduled to be auctioned off on June 5th and 6th. Christie’s, a British auction company, is handling the sale. According to their website, the bottles are the oldest ...

  • — Bones found in Quebec national park

    By Jackie Dunham - CTVNews   Human remains discovered in Quebec’s Gaspe region in 2011 and 2016 were those of Irish immigrants who died in a shipwreck in 1847 after fleeing famine, Parks Canada has confirmed. The government agency said the bones of three individuals between the ages of seven and 12 washed up on a beach at Cap-des-Rosiers in Forillion National Park in 2011 following a violent storm. Five years later, Parks ...

  • — How to prevent major WWII shipwreck oil spills in Pacific ?

    By Catherine Graue on Pacific Beat - ABC.net   There are new warnings that thousands of World War II shipwrecks in the Pacific, still containing millions of litres of oil, pose a potential environmental disaster. Those involved in a new remediation program say they're in a race against time. It's estimated more than 3000 ships sank during the war in waters across Asia and the Pacific. Studies have shown that they're coming ...

  • — Unique California Gold Rush shipwreck coin

    From Art Daily A rare U.S. gold coin struck at the San Francisco Mint in 1857 and recovered five years ago from a world-famous California Gold Rush shipwreck set a record price for any 1857 San Francisco Mint $20 denomination gold coin. It was sold for $282,000 in a public auction in New Orleans, Louisiana conducted by Lincoft, New Jersey on May 16, 2019.  The coin was recovered in 2014 from the S.S. Central America, the fabled ...

  • — Nanhai One shipwreck: A time capsule of civilizations

    By Ge Yunfei, Liang Qipeng - CGTN Trade connects different civilizations and societies around the world. In ancient times, merchants on camels, horses, and ships brought continents, oceans, and countries closer. Eight hundred years ago, during China's Song (960-1127) and Yuan (1271-1368) dynasties, the country's foreign trade was more prosperous than ever before. Ships carrying porcelain, silk, and tea started their voyages ...

  • — Six rare bottles of Scotch from 1941 shipwreck

    From Daily Mail   Six rare bottles of Scotch salvaged from the shipwreck that inspired Whisky Galore! are to be sold at auction. The SS Politician ran aground off Eriskay in the Outer Hebrides during bad weather in February 1941 – with 264,000 bottles in Hold Number Five. Some islanders conducted an unofficial ‘salvage’ mission – and even donned their wives’ dresses so that engine oil leaking on to their ...

  • — Lost paintings in Russian shipwreck

    By Neil Murphy - The Mirror   Paintings by one of Russia's most famous artists which were lost in a shipwreck over 124 years ago could be worth millions of pounds, experts say.A number of highly-valuable works by Ivan Aivazovsky were lost when the General Kotzebue steamship sank off the coast of Crimea in 1895. The wreckage was finally discovered last year by divers from Russia's Neptune underwater expedition along with the ...

  • — Ancient shipwreck recovered off South Korea

    By Park Chan-kyong - South China Morning Post A 14th-century Chinese trading ship, which was wrecked carrying priceless cargoes before being discovered in 1976 off the southern coast of South Korea, provides an endless source of information about China’s porcelain manufacturing, maritime trade and high culture in East Asia. The National Museum of Korea in Seoul marked the 40th anniversary of the discovery of the treasure boat in ...

  • — Bottles of vintage wine and champagne discovered

    By Hannah Maltwood - Cornwall Live An unusual underwater expedition is being planned off the Cornish coast, to send a submarine 100 metres below the ocean to retrieve rare bottles of 100-year-old wine and champagne sitting on the seabed for a century. During the First World War a boat laden with alcohol, travelling between England and Bordeaux, was shot down on its journey, by a German U boat. Sinking to the bottom of the sea, the ship ...

  • — 829-year-old 'Viking-style' shipwreck reveals its secrets

    By James Rogers - Fox News   The wreck of a 12th-century ‘Viking-style’ ship discovered in a German port is revealing its secrets thanks to high-tech 3D-scanning technology. The shipwreck was found in just 10 feet of water when workers were extending the Baltic Sea port of Wismar. Thanks to the seawater and harbor silt, the ship’s timbers are perfectly preserved, according to archaeologists. Measuring almost ...

  • — Ancient shipwreck to become underwater museum for divers

    From Associated Press   Near the northern Greek island of Alonissos lies a remarkable ancient shipwreck: the remains of a massive cargo ship that changed archaeologists' understanding of shipbuilding in antiquity. Now this spectacular find is to become the first ancient shipwreck to be made accessible to the public in Greece, including to recreational divers. Greece's rich underwater heritage has long been hidden from view, ...

  • — Dutch sea search stumbles on 'oldest' shipwreck

    From BBC News It is being hailed as a lucky accident, after salvage teams searching for containers that fell off a ship in a storm discovered a 16th Century shipwreck on the North Sea floor. The ship, dating back to 1540, was filled with a cargo of copper plates and some of them were put on display on Wednesday when the find was revealed. It was owned by the Fugger family, one of Europe's richest banking families. The wreck is ...

  • — ‘Titanic II’ to be a near-replica of the original

    By Cat Bolton - The Epoch Times One of the world’s most famous large-scale disasters was the maiden voyage of the British passenger liner RMS Titanic, which sank to the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean in a shipwreck that killed more than 1,500 passengers and crew. Nearly every student and film enthusiast has either heard the story or seen the movie, making the deadly nautical disaster both one of the biggest peacetime tragedies of ...

  • — WWII aircraft carrier USS Wasp discovered in the Coral Sea

    By James Rogers - Fox News The wreck of World War II aircraft carrier USS Wasp has been discovered in the Coral Sea more than 70 years after the ship was sunk during the Guadalcanal campaign. Wasp was spotted on the seabed by experts from the vessel RV Petrel, which is part of a research organization set up by the late billionaire Paul Allen. The carrier was escorting Marine reinforcements to Guadalcanal when she was hit by four torpedoes ...

  • — Yeast from 1886 shipwreck makes new brew

    From The Detroit News   The most distinguishing feature of Jamie Adams’ new ale isn’t its hoppy bite but its compelling backstory – brewed from yeast in bottles of beer that went down on a doomed steamship and languished on the ocean floor for 131 years. Some who lined up to sample a swig of the new Deep Ascent ale at a craft beer festival last weekend say it provided a refreshing taste of another era. “Just ...

  • — Archaeology Nile shipwreck discovery proves Herodotus right

    By Dalya Alberge - The Guardian In the fifth century BC, the Greek historian Herodotus visited Egypt and wrote of unusual river boats on the Nile. Twenty-three lines of his Historia, the ancient world’s first great narrative history, are devoted to the intricate description of the construction of a “baris”. For centuries, scholars have argued over his account because there was no archaeological evidence that such ...

  • — Mystery anchor found on the seabed in Cornwall

    By Shannon Hards - Cornwall Live An huge old anchor trawled in Cornwall may be from one of the most valuable shipwrecks in history. The Merchant Royal, a 17th-century English merchant ship, was lost at sea off Land's End in September 1641. It is believed that the ship sank carrying gold, silver and bullion worth hundreds of millions - if not billions - in today’s prices. The giant anchor was trawled by the fishing vessel ...

  • — Proposal to protect 18th century shipwreck

    From The Courier.co.uk   The wrecked vessel is believed to be the Queen of Sweden, a merchant ship of the Swedish East India Company. It hit a rock off the headland of Knab while seeking shelter in Bressay Sound, Shetland, after running into stormy weather on  January 12, 1745. Historic Environment Scotland (HES) said the wreck is of national importance as “arguably the best preserved remains of a Swedish East Indiaman ...

 
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