menu horizontal
Botón que abre el buscador
Calendar
ver vídeo

Xavier Nieto

Archaeological Expeditions of the Seabed URL: http://www.march.es/conferencias/anteriores/voz.aspx?p1=100199&l=2

Since the invention of the scuba set for underwater diving in 1943, the seabed became much more accessible to numerous professionals, including underwater archaeologists.

From prehistoric times, an enormous amount of objects have been accumulating underwater that have been lost or voluntarily thrown into the sea, yet at the same time, man has maintained a constant interest in recovering, due to their economic or symbolic value, or their historical interest as documents for research.

The new technologies of underwater exploration open up many possibilities for developing underwater archaeology.

Write a review on this item:
Send a message




© Disclaimer
Fundación Juan March
Contact
Castelló, 77 – 28006 MADRID – Spain
+34 91 435 42 40 – Fax: +34 91 576 34 20
http://www.march.es