CENTURIES-OLD SHIPWRECK UNCOVERED IN ANTIGUA
An eighteenth-century shipwreck that lay hidden under the sea has been uncovered in Antiqua. Leading the underwater team was Jean-Sebastian Guibert, an associate professor at the University of the French West Indies in Martinique. He describes finding the ship - using high-tech sonar equipment and a magnetometer - as "like hitting the jackpot".
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Click here to read an article in Archaeology.
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The Richard Lounsbery Foundation supported this project through a grant to the University of the French West Indies.