Thursday, February 25, 2010

Maritime Archaeology March 10th

Have just received an email from James Meek of Dyfed Archaeology informing me about a talk on Maritime Archaeology at St. John's Church, Priory Street, Carmarthen at 7.00pm (parking is available very close to the church). No entry fee! and you may even be able to get a cup of tea and a biscuit.

The presentation will take the form of a lively, entertaining, thought provoking, power point presentation on Maritime Archaeology and have the following timetable:
An Introduction to Maritime Archaeology, the Nautical Archaeology Society (NAS) and how anyone who is interested could get involved further. (~45 min).
Break (if required).
A Case Study - The story of work the Malvern Archaeological Diving Unit have been carrying out on a protected wreck site in Cardigan Bay and known as the Diamond. (~30 min).
Questions & Answers, General Discussion, etc.
The presentation will be given by Ian Cundy who has been a diver for ~17 years, and who runs the Malvern Archaeological Diving Unit.

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