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Anatomical studies of timber and EPMA analysis of brass artefacts collected from steam engine shipwreck of Minicoy Island, Lakshadweep, India
(Current Science Association, 2013)
From the early historical period onwards selection of timber became important for construction boats. The analysis of timber collected from shipwreck and wooden stock of iron anchor off Goa has been proven that Indian teak ...
Petrographic studies on a newly discovered Indo-Arabian stone anchor from the Gulf of Kachchh, Gujarat: Implications for source area
(Current Science Association, 2012)
Finding of stone anchors in the onshore and offshore regions of India points to maritime contacts with neighbouring countries. This communication reports a new Indo-Arabian type stone anchor recovered from a depth of 53 m ...
Arikamedu: A Indo-Roman Trading Station - Revisited
(Indian Society for Prehistoric and Quarternary Studies (ISPQS), 2017)
Arikamedu is one of the most important early historic ports on the East Coast of India. Arikamedu excavations and explorations have shown evidence of maritime contacts between India and the Roman and Southeast Asian countries ...