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Maritime archaeology of Lakshadweep Islands, India
(Indian Archaeological Society, 2012)
Lakshadweep Islands lie on the sea route between South Asia, Far East and African countries Boats and ships used the islands of Lakshadweep as a stopover to take on fresh water The Islands of Lakshadweep played a significant ...
A Single-hole stone anchor from Kottapatnam: Early historic port site of Andhra Pradesh, India
(The Nautical Archaeology Society, 2014)
Archaeological, epigraphical, numismatic and other sources confirm that ports of Andhra Pradesh had played a significant role in spreading Indian culture to distant countries. Along with other ports Kottapatnam has contributed ...
An overview of shipwreck explorations in Goa waters
(Asian Academy of Heritage Management, 2011)
Since the beginning of maritime archaeological research in Indian waters, marine records housed in archives of India and abroad provide details of the shipwrecks and the loss of Indian ships in foreign waters. Information ...
Exploration of a steamship wreck off Amee shoals, Goa, India: A preliminary report
(The Nautical Archaeology Society, 2010)
Recent explorations off Amee shoals, Goa, have brought to light the remains of a steel-hulled steam-engine shipwreck, scattered over a large area. Though sparse and heavily salvaged, this site represents the first discovery ...
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 ...