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Stone anchors from Bet Dwarka Island, Gujarat, Coast, India: Significance to historical period maritime activities
(Australasian Institute of Maritime Archaeology, 2002)
Bet Dwarka Island is situated on the extreme west of Indian territory in Jamnagar district of Gujarat. Underwater, the most preserved remains of ancient maritime activity could be the stone anchors of different types, as ...
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 ...
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 ...
A group of 20 stone anchors from the waters of Dwarka, on the Gujarat Coast, India
A large number of stone anchors were discovered in a water depth of 10-14 m off Dwarka during the 1998-99 season. The seabed near the anchors consists of a ledge with an average height of 1 m. Several anchors were found ...
Exploration of steam engine wrecks off Minicoy Island, Laksadsweep, India
(Academic Press, 1998)
The Minicoy Atoll is crescent-shaped with a long, narrow strip extending northwards. The lagoon is, as in all the Lakshadweep Islands, towards the west, having a depth of more than 12 m. The shelf on the eastern side is ...