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Boat and Ship Archaeology conference

“Boat and Ship Archaeology” conference

Category: Archaeology -> News

Published: 22.07.2015

The 14thInternational Symposium on Boat and Ship Archaeology (ISBSA) will be held from 21st to 25th September 2015 in the National Maritime Museum in Gdańsk (NMM). Organized every three years, the conference is one of the most prestigious academic events, dedicated to maritime and underwater archaeologists.


Gin in the bottle

Gin in the bottle

Category: Archaeology -> News

Published: 16.09.2014

At the beginning of September the J.S. Hamilton laboratory from Gdynia presented the final results of the analysis of the bottle with Selters inscription. It has been excavated by the NMM archeologists during research works on the F35.31 wreckage, commonly known as "Głazik".


What does "Selters" bottle contain?

What does "Selters" bottle contain?

Category: Archaeology -> News

Published: 31.07.2014

We have already received preliminary test results of the contents of the "Selters" stoneware bottle recovered in the course of archaeological underwater research works conducted in June on the F53.31 shipwreck, or the so-called Głazik (in Polish: a small rock).


Unusual discovery of archaeologists

Unusual discovery of archaeologists

Category: Archaeology -> News

Published: 27.06.2014

Starting today, the National Maritime Museum in Gdańsk has become a part of the legend of the finest mineral water from Selters. In the course of their works on the F-53-31 shipwreck in the Gulf of Gdańsk, our archaeologists have recovered a perfectly preserved and sealed stoneware can.


Historic Shipwreck

Category: Archaeology -> News

Published: 02.07.2012

A pontoon with a part of an 18th century Vistula ship bow excavated from the bottom of Martwa Wisła (Dead Vistula) in the area of Gdańsk–Stogi has moored for a few days at the CMM wharf.


Exploration in Gulf of Gdańsk

Exploration in Gulf of Gdańsk

Category: Archaeology -> News

Published: 29.06.2012

The CMM Underwater Archaeology Department staff have started next stage of research of the remnants from the two ships dating back to the turn of the 14th and 15th century (the so-called Copper Ship and Falburt) located at the bottom of the Gulf of Gdańsk.


For Whom the Bell Tolled?

For Whom the Bell Tolled?

Category: Archaeology -> News

Published: 28.06.2010

A wreck of a wooden sailing boat, discovered in May 2008, is lying at a depth of 64 m off the coast of Hel. When during the first expedition numerous pictures and films were shot, the site aroused interest of the Underwater Archaeology Department of the Polish Maritime Museum.


Shipwrecks in the Gulf of Gdańsk

Shipwrecks in the Gulf of Gdańsk

Category: Archaeology -> News

Published: 28.06.2010

What is the Baltic hiding under its surface? How many unidentified wrecks are still buried in the Gulf of Gdańsk? Both underwater archaeologists and divers find these questions intriguing, so shipwreck explorations always arouse considerable emotions.


The first wreck of a Vistula barge

The first wreck of a Vistula barge

Category: Archaeology -> News

Published: 04.09.2009

Archaeological expedition headed by Waldemar Ossowski, Ph.D., of the Marine Archaeology Department of the CMM and organised to explore the wreck of an old river boat has successfully been concluded.


MACHU

MACHU

Category: Archaeology -> News

Published: 20.07.2006

The Polish Maritime Museum has recently joined another, after MarMuCommerce and Lagomar, EU project - MACHU - Managing Cultural Heritage Underwater.


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