Images

A lot more of the wooden (skeleton of the) hull was uncovered in 2012.
© John Fardoulis, 2012

Lots of moveable objects were found in 2012. Here a gold coin is in a concretion with what appears to be two additional silver coins.
© John Fardoulis, 2012

A lot of work was put into excavating the forward section. It seems as though part of the bow is broken off.
© John Fardoulis, 2012

New technology was used. Small cameras were remotely mounted to help better visually document the project.
© John Fardoulis, 2012

One boat was anchored each day, attached to our four point anchoring system above the airlift. The second boat transported shifts of divers to the wreck.
© John Fardoulis, 2012

The purpose build Ephorate of Maritime Antiquities, Greek government dive boat.
© John Fardoulis, 2012

Digging into the past. Trying to discover secrets laying 22 metres under the sea for over two centuries.
© John Fardoulis, 2012

Maritime archaeology in full swing. Excavating and measuring, side-by-side.
© John Fardoulis, 2012

A pistol recovered in 2012.
© Scott Leimroth, 2012

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