5 edition of Marine archaeological perspective of the Indian Ocean found in the catalog.
Marine archaeological perspective of the Indian Ocean
International Seminar on Marine Archaeology (1st 2003 New Delhi, India)
2008 by Organising Committee, International Seminar on Marine Archaeology, Sharada Pub. House in New Delhi .
Written in English
Proceedings of the first International Seminar on Marine Archaeology, organised by Indian Navy and Archaeological Survey of India, on 14-15 March, 2003, at New Delhi.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||editor, Alok Tripathi.|
|Contributions||Tripathi, Alok, 1965-, Archaeological Survey of India., India. Indian Navy.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 364 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||364|
|LC Control Number||2008324112|
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The Indian Ocean is the Earth’s third largest oceanic division and covers approximately 20 % of its surface, with an estimated area of 28, mile 2 (73, km 2).It is bounded by three continents – Asia to the north, Africa to the west, and Australia to the east – and shares its southern boundary with the Southern Ocean and Antarctica (Fig.
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Marine archaeology, also known as maritime, nautical or underwater archaeology deals with the ‘scientific study of the material remains of man and his past activities on the sea’.
The underwater environment, Deterioration of organic materials other than wood, Waterlogged wood, Corrosion of metals, Deterioration of ceramics, glass and stone, On-site storage and conservation, The packing and transportation of marine archaeological objects, Conservation of waterlogged wood, Conservation of metals, Conservation of ceramics Book Edition: 1.
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It encompasses theory, practice and analysis relating to sites, technology, landscape, structure, and issues of heritage management. Sila Tripati currently works at the Division of Marine Archaeology (NIO), CSIR-National Institute of Oceanography.
Sila does research in Maritime Archaeology, shoreline changes, stone anchors, and Cultural History. Their current project is 'Maritime Archeology of the Indian Ocean Region'.
Marine archeology in the Gulf of Khambhat - earlier known as Gulf of Cambay - centers around controversial findings made in December by the National Institute of Ocean Technology. The structures and artifacts discovered by NIOT are the subject of contention.
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Professor Mark Williams from WMG was tasked with scanning the artifact -- an astrolabe from Author: Ancient-Origins. An Encyclopaedia of Indian Archaeology is a significant reference work on archaeology in India.
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