Story of the dive and recovery of Clive of India`s gold and other treasures and artefacts from the East Indiaman Dodington which went down off Port Elizabeth in 1755. Hardback published in 1978 by Robin Garton.
Sources and Techniques in Boat Archaeology Edited by Sean McGrail. 315 pages with illustrations. Papers based on those presented to a Symposium at Greenwich in September 1976 together with edited discussion.
JASON was able to beam back live images of the deep sea, as they were happening, to young students in science museums around the world. The book is illustrated with photographs, illustrations, and diagrams, bringing alive history, archeology and scientific exploration.
In addition, he had a history of childhood motion sickness. But he wanted to be "where the action was.". His romantic notion was that a proper naval officer should be on the high seas blazing away at the enemy.
Theodore R. Treadwell. He was fully aware he was prone to seasickness. These drawbacks notwithstanding, he longed for sea. These drawbacks notwithstanding, he longed for sea duty and wanted to be "where the action was.".