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Geochemical and mineralogical analysis of stone anchors from west coast of India: Provenance study using thin sections, XRF and SEM-EDS
Stone anchors have been recovered along the Indian coast as a part of the maritime archaeological studies at the National Institute of Oceanography (NIO), Goa, India. Study of stone anchors provides clues to understand the ...
A possible medieval lighthouse at Mul Dwarka (Kodinar) Saurashtra Coast, India
(The Nautical Archaeology Society, 2010)
An ancient lighthouse was observed during recent archaeological explorations at Mul Dwarka (Kodinar), which might be the oldest lighthouse so far recorded on the Saurashtra coast. This lighthouse, locally known as Diva ...
An early historic assemblage offshore of Godawaya, Sri Lanka: Evidence for early regional seafaring in South Asia.
Investigations in 2010 by an international team of maritime archaeologists yielded a concentration of artefacts identified here by the authors as the remains of a shipwreck off the southern coastal village of Godawaya, Sri ...
Elemental oxides analysis of the medieval period glazed ware from Gogha, Gulf of Khambhat, Gujarat, India
(Current Science Association, 2008)
During an inter-tidal zone exploration in the Gulf of Khambhat region, a large number of glazed and nonglazed sherds were recovered along with stone anchors dating back to the late medieval period. Four representative ...
SEM–EDS analysis of copper, glass and iron recovered from the 1st century AD shipwreck site off Godawaya, Southern Sri Lanka
(Current Science Association, 2012)
Recent maritime archaeological explorations conducted at a shipwreck site in the offshore regions of Godawaya, a fishing village on the south coast of Sri Lanka led to the retrieval of several artifacts such as copper slag, ...