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Recently Discovered Iron Anchors from Tamil Nadu, East Coast of India
(Ubiquity Press, 2020)
In maritime archaeological studies, anchors made of stone, wood, or metal have played a significant role in shipping, not only acted as a proxy during the period of their use but also suggesting maritime connections with ...
Indo-Arabian stone anchor of Manikapatna, Odisha, east coast of India: An indicator of maritime contacts of Odisha
(Current Science Association, IAS, 2021)
Numerous stone and iron anchors of various shapes and sizes have been brought to light during the maritime archaeological explorations along the Indian littoral. And anchors are proxies to maritime archaeological studies. ...
Recently discovered stone anchors of Odisha, east coast of India
(Australasian Institute for Maritime Archaeology, 2020)
Anchors are considered as the potsherds of maritime archaeology. Studies of stone anchors provide insight into trade routes, harbours and ports, maritime contacts, transfer of technology. In ancient times, vessels carried ...