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Exploration for shipwrecks off Sunchi Reef, Goa, west coast of India
(Taylor and Francis, 2001)
Archival records show that a number of ships have sunk in the waters off Goa, on the west coast of India, as a result of foul weather, warfare and human error. Explorations were carried out in 1997-99 to locate shipwrecks ...
Exploration of Portuguese shipwreck in Goa waters of India: With special reference to Sunchi reef
(Ulu Burun Publishing, 2004)
India had overseas trade contacts from the 4th-3rd Millennium BC. The history of Portuguese shipwrecks in Goa waters began with the arrival of Vasco da Gama at Kapukad (Kappat) a few kilometers north of Calicut (Kozhikode) ...
Shipwreck archaeology of the Lakshadweep Islands, west coast of India
Archaeological investigations in the Lakshadweep Islands have brought to light the presence of a large number of shipwrecks and the archival records have the details of some of these wrecks. Northern islands and reefs of ...