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Exploration of the Portuguese shipwreck in Goa waters
(Instute for Research in Social Science Humanities, 2006)
The history of Portuguese shipwrecks began in Goa water since the first quarter of the sixteenth century. The marine and other related documents state that between sixteenth and eighteenth centuries a number of ships has ...
Marine archaeological investigations along the Saurashtra coast, west coast of India
(Asiatic Society of Bangladesh, 2005)
Utilization of the ocean resources on the Saurashtra coast is dating back to the Harappan period (3rd millennium BC) and evidences on the same have been recorded from various archaeological sites such as Lothal, Padri, ...
Marine archaeological explorations off Goa, India
(International Maritime Economic History Association, 2002)
The Marine archaeology centre of the National Institute of Oceanography (NIO), Goa, India has undertaken marine archaeological explorations in Goa waters to locate shipwrecks and port installations in coastal areas, and ...
Stone sculptures of goddesses on the boats from Goa, west coast of India
(The Australasian Institute for Maritime Archaeology, 2007)
Goa situated on the central west coast of India, has served as an overseas trading post since the early historic times. An onshore exploration along the river Mhadei in the north Goa on the west coast of India yielded 13 ...
Exploration of Basel Mission Company shipwreck remains at St George's Reef off Goa, west coast of India: Impact of the Basel Mission Co. on society and culture
(Blackwell Publishing, 2003)
A systematic exploration of shipwrecks has been carried out in Goa waters since 1997. Exploration off St George's Reef has brought to light the remains of a shipwreck at a depth of 15 m, containing various types of terracotta ...