The first underwater Aboriginal archaeological sites have been discovered off northwest Australia dating back thousands of years when the current seabed was dry land. Aboriginal artefacts […]
Ancient Neolithic villagers on the Carmel Coast in Israel built a seawall to protect their settlement against rising sea levels in the Mediterranean, revealing humanity’s struggle […]
October 16th marks exactly 360 years since the Dutch merchant ship Melckmeyt (Milkmaid) was wrecked off a remote Icelandic island during a clandestine trading mission. Since […]
Nine outstanding Flinders University graduates across a wide spectrum of professions form an impressive group of enterprising and innovative thought-leaders to be acknowledged in the University’s […]
Maritime archaeologists from Flinders will use 3D scanning to map in fine detail some of the last remaining 17th and 18th century scale model ships in […]
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 […]
Today in Paris, Flinders will become only the second university in the world to chair a UNESCO UNITWIN Network for Underwater Archaeology Meeting, cementing the University’s position at the […]
Flinders archaeologist Dr Wendy Van Duivenvoorde has revealed 17th century shipbuilding techniques that helped the mercantile fleets of Holland dominate the global spice trade.
A Flinders University researcher is on a quest to dig out the history of Normanville, shedding new light on the heritage and significance of the coastal South Australian town.