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Going down with archaeologists

Underwater archaeologists are said to be the elite of the industry. They say about themselves that they are much more athletic, resilient and have a more comprehensive knowledge than their colleagues from the waterfront. The National Maritime Museum’s underwater experts are modest and do not like to boast. That is why the Education Department will
Published: January 8, 2016 - 01:17
Updated: July 22, 2023 - 12:39
Going down with archaeologists

Underwater archaeologists are said to be the elite of the industry. They say about themselves that they are much more athletic, resilient and have a more comprehensive knowledge than their colleagues from the waterfront. The National Maritime Museum’s underwater experts are modest and do not like to boast. That is why the Education Department will talk about their work. On 17 January we invite you to the first programme for families this year entitled “Mysteries of Archaeology, or the History of Archaeology”. On 17 January we invite you to the first programme for families this year entitled “Mysteries of Archaeology, or What the Wrecks Hide”.

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Underwater Archaeology is an important branch of the National Maritime Museum. The successes of our underwater archaeologists are often echoed around the world, and we are proud of them, while knowing how much work they had to put into their remarkable discoveries and excavations.

The Bay of Gdańsk, where our underwater teams most often work, is an archaeologist’s paradise that hides many undiscovered surprises. The Vistula River hides just as many mysteries.

Wherever their research takes them, archaeologists need specialist equipment, the right tools and tried and tested gear. What can researchers not do without? What is a bell and how does one breathe in a barrel? Is surface research carried out underwater, what happens to the object excavated during the work and is every find a monument?

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We invite families with children aged 7-13 years, 17 January 2016, Sunday at 11:00 am to the Granaries on Ołowianka. Applications are accepted by Kamila Jezierewska k.jezierewska@nmm.pl from the Education Department until 15 January 2016.

Source: nmm.pl

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