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Ringstone anchors from Gujarat, west coast of India
(The Society for Nautical Research, 2002)
The Gujarat coast, India has played a vital role in the maritime activities of India from the beginning of the Indus civilization in the Indian subcontinent and has witnessed hectic maritime activity since then. Offshore ...
Stone anchors from the Okhamandal region, Gujarat Coast, India
(Academic Press, 1999)
During marine archaeological explorations since 1983, off Dwarka, a large number of stone anchors were discovered and dated to 1400 BC, comparing with anchors found in Mediterranean waters. In recent archaeological ...
New evidence on the maritime activity at Dabhol on the Maharashtra coast
(The Indian Archaeological Society, 2007)
Dabhol (Maharashtra, India) has been described as a maritime trade centre in the medieval period texts of the several Arabic and European travellers. The town is situated at the confluence of the river Vashishthi and the ...