Skip to comments.New discovery hints at still further treasures hidden at famous shipwreck
Posted on 10/21/2017 9:07:22 AM PDT by bitt
The ship bound for Rome sunk in 1BC and was first discovered off the coast of Greece in 1900. And yet the Antikythera shipwreck is still providing new discoveries.
The Guardian reports an expedition to the site last month turned up a silver tankard, a human bone, and much more. Perhaps most exciting: the arm of a bronze statue and evidence that the remains of at least seven bronze statues are still buried there.
(Excerpt) Read more at foxnews.com ...
and another ship story
Oh those bones, oh those bones,
With the finger bone connected
to the hand bone,
and the hand bone connected
to the arm bone,
and the arm bone connected
to the shoulder bone,
Oh mercy how they scare!
That was the link I gave alright.
The currents in the channel are impressive. I wouldn't want to dive there.
Empty beer bottles and rusty bottle caps.......
Note: this topic is from .10/21/2017 Thanks bitt for the topic, and thanks Bellflower for the ping, which I'd missed until now. The most recent topic I recall seeing was the one about the skeleton found on the ship. I probably should just try a title search to be sure.
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