Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Underwater Archaeology: Mapping

This brief video from the Museum of Underwater Archaeology's Childrens' Exhibit demonstrates how archaeologists map objects underwater.

Underwater Archaeology is that branch of the regulation and science of Archaeology that is practiced under water, either by archaeologists outfitted with breathing equipment or by the remote control of machines. Strictly, this means archaeology under water, which is the main discipline of maritime archaeology

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