Some of the most advanced 3D modelling techniques will bring shipwrecks to life at a Maritime Archaeology workshop from today until Saturday (24-26 November) in Adelaide […]
From our own historic shipwrecks to the classical harbours and submerged villages of the Mediterranean, Australia has a new steering role in investigating the world’s underwater past.
Flinders archaeologist Dr Wendy Van Duivenvoorde has revealed 17th century shipbuilding techniques that helped the mercantile fleets of Holland dominate the global spice trade.
Ancient ceramic artefacts from the famous Inkan Empire are among a collection of pottery that will be analysed by a team of Flinders University archaeologists and collaborating researchers.
As a specialist in prehistoric underwater archaeology, Dr Jonathan Benjamin looks at rising sea levels a little bit differently from most people.
Flinders maritime archaeology students could soon find themselves diving on shipwrecks or underwater heritage sites in Turkey, Egypt or Denmark.