Marine archaeology

Marine archaeology

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Credit: ALEXIS ROSENFELD/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Marine archaeology. Remotely-operated submersible being used to collect amphorae from the seabed. This is during the investigation of the 1st century BC Sud-Caveaux 1 wreck site, 63 metres below the surface, off the Mediterranean coast of France. An amphora is a type of jug widely used in the ancient world to hold wine and oils.

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