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Mysterious underwater barriers in Blekinge

In the water outside of Blekinge, you can find upright standing wooden poles fixed on the bottom of the sea. With tops ending just below or above the water surface, they form some sort of [...]

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The Elephant contributes to new knowledge

A 16th-century shipwreck – The Elephant – reveals new insights about the development of warships. Warfare capability research The ongoing research on warfare capability in the Swedish [...]

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Maderö Wreck Site – possibly the oldest known ship in the Baltic Sea with guns

Maderö Wreck Site In 2021, Dr Niklas Eriksson, researcher in marine archaeology at Stockholm University, will conduct a survey of the so-called Maderö wreck in collaboration with Humans [...]

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OAR – Offshore Archaeological Project

Offshore Archaeological Project A team, composed of members of the Centre for Maritime Archaeology in Southampton (CMA), The Maritime Archaeology Research Institute in Södertörn (MARIS) are very [...]

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Sea Change – New Marine Archaeological Perspectives: Mankind and the Littoral Environment

Sea Change – New Marine Archaeological Perspectives: Mankind and the Littoral Environment Sea Change is a four-year research project aiming to contribute with knowledge about the most [...]