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CONTENTS

CHAPTER 1 EARLY EXPLORATION
- Breathing for the initiated
- The Lake Nemi Renaissance
- A heritage in cases
- The Siebe diving suit
- The Deane brothers and the Mary Rose
- Fishing for bronze and iron

CHAPTER 2 WALKING ON THE SEA FLOOR
- A treasure in Spain
- Killer conditions
- Export ban on Greek antiquities
- From 1904 to 1909 Edward H. Thompson explored an ancient sacred spring at Chichén ltzá in Mexico
- Mahdia and its bronzes

CHAPTER 3 WHERE ARE THE ARCHAEOLOGISTS?
- The Duce’s pumps
- The message from Alexandria
- In the 1930s Pére André Poidebard made an important archaeological discovery under water on the Lebanese coast
- The Gagnan-Cousteau breakthrough
- A public massacre
- Excavation is not and never has been simply about gathering objects
- The puzzle of Grand Congloué
- Archaeologists under water: a notable absence

CHAPTER 4 A NEW LOOK AT OLD SHIPS
- The hulls of old reappear
- The Vikings return
- A fleeting imprint
- Underwater archaeology became a scientific discipline with decisive initiatives in the late 1950s
- At the same period, the Americans applied lessons learned in Scandinavia to the Mediterranean
- An outline strategy for excavating a wreck

CHAPTER 5 THE LAWS OF SINKING
- It is easier to establish the date of the sinking than the date of the ship itself
- Maritime trade: ship versus ox-cart
- Falling bodies: an exception to the rule
- At anchor between two winds
- Stone remains silent
- The harbours of antiquity
- Herod and plate tectonics
- Geologists and submerged archaeological remains
- Baia, a drowned town
- A city sunk by a wave: Port Royal

CHAPTER 6 LUCK OR PERSISTENCE
- The amphora
- The barrel
- The vessel from Genoa
- Choosing a target
- Optical illusions
- The Gulf Stream
- The magnetic chessboard
- A defence secret

CHAPTER 7 EXCAVATION, CONSERVATION AND PROTECTION
- The Wasa is rescued in a revolutionary way
- The first attempts at conservation
- Treating wood
- The enemy of iron
- ‘Excavation without conservation is vandalism’, according to the Australian Colin Pearson, a pioneer of conservation techniques
- Cultural heritage for sale
- Deep wrecks and oceanographers
- Wreck sites of the third kind
- Robots and deepwater sites
- Arles IV

DOCUMENTS
The largest museum in the world
Prehistory
- Ice ages and human occupation of the continental shelf (Nicholas Flemming, Oceanus, Spring 1985)
- Charavines and the problem of lake villages (Aimé Bocquet, December 1994)
- The Bronze Age shipwreck at Cape Gelidonya (Peter Throckmorton, National Geographic Magazine, May 1962)
- The Ulu Burun shipwreck (George F. Bass, National Geographic Magazine, December 1987)
- An insight into Bronze Age trade (Colin Renfrew and Paul Bahn, Theories, Methods and Practice, 1996)
Excavating ancient ships
- Grand Congloué: one or two ships? (Luc Long, Archéonautica, 1987)
- The Roman wreck found at Cap Bénat in France at a depth of 328 metres (1077 feet) (Luc Long, Protection du Patrimoine archéologique sous-marin en méditerranéeny 1995)
The evolution of shipbuilding techniques (J.-C. Négrel, Archeologia, February 1973)
- Keep it simple, stupid (KISS) (Nick Rule, Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology 1995)
- New technique speeds up excavation (George F. Bass, National Geographic Magazine July 1963)
- Excavating a late-Roman shipwreck using the ROV Jason (Anna Marguerite McCann, Journal of Roman Archaeology, 1994)
The modern era
- Why hunt for the Mary Rose? (Alexander McKee, How We Found the Mary Rose, 1982)
- The Vasa saved from the water (Yvonne Rebeyrol, Le Monde, 1 January 1992)
- A copper nail helps to identify the wreck of the Méduse (Jean-Yves Blot, la Recherche February 1983)
Today the concern is to protect and preserve our past
- Neptune’s notaries (Jean-Yves Blot, August 1995)
- The case of the Alabama: new legal factors (Max Guérout, 25 August 1995)
- The Titanic (George F. Bass and W. F. Searle, Ships and Shipwrecks of the Americas: A History Based on Underwater Archaeology, 1988)
- The Titanic: a history of corrosion (Paul Mardikian and Noel Lacoudre, Neptunia, 1990)
- Clandestine passengers: rats (Philip L. Armitage, Bulletin of the Institute of Maritime History and Archaeology, December 1987)
- The navigator and his skeleton (Jean-Yves Blot, September 1995)

FURTHER READING

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
- Cover
- Opening
- Chapter 1
- Chapter 2
- Chapter 3
- Chapter 4
- Chapter 5
- Chapter 6
- Chapter 7
- Documents

INDEX

TEXT CREDITS

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

PHOTO CREDITS




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