Underwater archeology - Papers from 2012 to 2014
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A. Caiti, V. Calabr´o, F. Di Corato, T. Fabbri, D. Fenucci,
A. Munafo, B. Allotta, F. Bartolini, R. Costanzi, J. Gelli, N.
Monni, M. Natalini, L. Pugi, A. Ridolfi.
The Thesaurus project, funded by the Tuscany Region,
had among its goals the development of technologies
and methodologies for archaeological search with
Autonomous Underwater Vehicles working as a team
in exploration missions. That has led to designing and
realizing a new AUV class (Typhoon) based on the
archaeological requirements and an appropriate
acoustic simultaneous communication and localization
Thijs Maarleveld and Alice Overmeer, with
contributions by O. Brinkkemper, F. van Deijk, W.M.
Gijsbers, E.M. Jacobs, C. Joosten, M. Terhorst, A.D. Vos
In 1635 or shortly thereafter, a Dutch ship was laden
with all sorts of materials and products, mostly metals
but also textiles from the booming wool industries in
both Flanders and Holland, a shipment of leather and
exotic ivory. This ship of considerable size departed
from the Dutch Republic at a time of profound
troubles for a destination it never reached. It sank off
the coast of Texel, where it was discovered 350 years