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Antony Firth assists Ian Oxley back on board after a dive to assess the historic shipwreck off Duart Point on behalf of Historic Scotland. The assessment was carried out by the ADU, based at St Andrews University. (Archaeological Diving Unit) On-line Digital Images DP 173113 Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin Antony Firth assists Ian Oxley back on board after a dive to assess the historic shipwreck off Duart Point on behalf of Historic Scotland. The assessment was carried out by the ADU, based at St Andrews University. (Archaeological Diving Unit) 1992 Item Level
Organic archaeological material exposed by sea-bed erosion on the historic shipwreck off Duart Point, photographed by the ADU on behalf of Historic Scotland in 1992. The objects include a carved wooden cherub (DP92/169) from the ship’s external decoration, a staved wooden costrel (DP92/063) and a human arm bone. Timbers from the ship lie in the background. Scale in centimetres. (Archaeological Diving Unit). On-line Digital Images DP 173114 Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin Organic archaeological material exposed by sea-bed erosion on the historic shipwreck off Duart Point, photographed by the ADU on behalf of Historic Scotland in 1992. The objects include a carved wooden cherub (DP92/169) from the ship’s external decoration, a staved wooden costrel (DP92/063) and a human arm bone. Timbers from the ship lie in the background. Scale in centimetres. (Archaeological Diving Unit). 1992 Item Level
Organic archaeological material exposed by sea-bed erosion on the historic shipwreck off Duart Point photographed by the ADU on behalf of Historic Scotland in 1992. The objects include a carved wooden cherub (DP92/169) from the ship’s external decoration, a staved wooden costrel (DP92/063) and a human arm bone. Timbers from the ship lie in the background. Scale in centimetres. (Archaeological Diving Unit) On-line Digital Images DP 173115 Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin Organic archaeological material exposed by sea-bed erosion on the historic shipwreck off Duart Point photographed by the ADU on behalf of Historic Scotland in 1992. The objects include a carved wooden cherub (DP92/169) from the ship’s external decoration, a staved wooden costrel (DP92/063) and a human arm bone. Timbers from the ship lie in the background. Scale in centimetres. (Archaeological Diving Unit) 1992 Item Level
Organic archaeological material exposed by sea-bed erosion on the historic shipwreck off Duart Point photographed by the ADU on behalf of Historic Scotland in 1992. The objects include a carved wooden cherub (DP92/169) from the ship’s external decoration, a staved wooden costrel (DP92/063) and a human arm bone. Timbers from the ship lie in the background. Scale in centimetres. (Archaeological Diving Unit). On-line Digital Images DP 173116 Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin Organic archaeological material exposed by sea-bed erosion on the historic shipwreck off Duart Point photographed by the ADU on behalf of Historic Scotland in 1992. The objects include a carved wooden cherub (DP92/169) from the ship’s external decoration, a staved wooden costrel (DP92/063) and a human arm bone. Timbers from the ship lie in the background. Scale in centimetres. (Archaeological Diving Unit). 1992 Item Level
The rim of a small wooden bowl (DP92/066) exposed by sea-bed erosion on the historic shipwreck off Duart Point, photographed by the ADU on behalf of Historic Scotland in 1992. Scale in centimetres. (Archaeological Diving Unit) On-line Digital Images DP 173117 Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin The rim of a small wooden bowl (DP92/066) exposed by sea-bed erosion on the historic shipwreck off Duart Point, photographed by the ADU on behalf of Historic Scotland in 1992. Scale in centimetres. (Archaeological Diving Unit) 1992 Item Level
Organic archaeological material exposed by sea-bed erosion on the historic shipwreck off Duart Point, photographed by the ADU on behalf of Historic Scotland in 1992. The objects include a carved wooden cherub from the ship’s external decoration (DP92/169), a staved wooden costrel (DP92/063), and a human arm bone. Timbers from the ship lie in the background. Scale in centimetres. (Archaeological Diving Unit) On-line Digital Images DP 173118 Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin Organic archaeological material exposed by sea-bed erosion on the historic shipwreck off Duart Point, photographed by the ADU on behalf of Historic Scotland in 1992. The objects include a carved wooden cherub from the ship’s external decoration (DP92/169), a staved wooden costrel (DP92/063), and a human arm bone. Timbers from the ship lie in the background. Scale in centimetres. (Archaeological Diving Unit) 1992 Item Level
The end of a pump spear (DP92/046) exposed by sea-bed erosion on the historic shipwreck off Duart Point, photographed by the ADU on behalf of Historic Scotland in 1992. Scale in centimetres. (Archaeological Diving Unit) On-line Digital Images DP 173119 Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin The end of a pump spear (DP92/046) exposed by sea-bed erosion on the historic shipwreck off Duart Point, photographed by the ADU on behalf of Historic Scotland in 1992. Scale in centimetres. (Archaeological Diving Unit) 1992 Item Level
A carved element from the ship’s decorated exterior (DP92/161) exposed by sea-bed erosion on the historic shipwreck off Duart Point, photographed by the ADU     on behalf of Historic Scotland in 1992. A human rib lies under the scale. Scale in centimetres. (Archaeological Diving Unit) On-line Digital Images DP 173120 Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin A carved element from the ship’s decorated exterior (DP92/161) exposed by sea-bed erosion on the historic shipwreck off Duart Point, photographed by the ADU on behalf of Historic Scotland in 1992. A human rib lies under the scale. Scale in centimetres. (Archaeological Diving Unit) 1992 Item Level
A clay pipe bowl (DP92/281) lying loose in the shingle, exposed by sea-bed erosion on the historic shipwreck off Duart Point, photographed by the ADU on behalf of Historic Scotland in 1992. Scale in centimetres. (Archaeological Diving Unit) On-line Digital Images DP 173121 Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin A clay pipe bowl (DP92/281) lying loose in the shingle, exposed by sea-bed erosion on the historic shipwreck off Duart Point, photographed by the ADU on behalf of Historic Scotland in 1992. Scale in centimetres. (Archaeological Diving Unit) 1992 Item Level
The end of a pump spear (DP92/046) exposed by sea-bed erosion on the historic shipwreck off Duart Point, photographed by the ADU on behalf of Historic Scotland in 1992. Scale in centimetres. (Archaeological Diving Unit) On-line Digital Images DP 173122 Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin The end of a pump spear (DP92/046) exposed by sea-bed erosion on the historic shipwreck off Duart Point, photographed by the ADU on behalf of Historic Scotland in 1992. Scale in centimetres. (Archaeological Diving Unit) 1992 Item Level
A human femur exposed by sea-bed erosion on the historic shipwreck off Duart Point, photographed by the ADU on behalf of Historic Scotland in 1992. Scale in centimetres. (Archaeological Diving Unit) On-line Digital Images DP 173123 Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin A human femur exposed by sea-bed erosion on the historic shipwreck off Duart Point, photographed by the ADU on behalf of Historic Scotland in 1992. Scale in centimetres. (Archaeological Diving Unit) 1992 Item Level
Antony Firth (left) and Steve Liscoe aboard the aboard the ADU’s vessel Xanadu during the visit to the wreck site off Duart Point in 1992. Antony Firth is holding a swatch of labelled tags for identifying exposed finds before rescue recovery. (Archaeological Diving Unit) On-line Digital Images DP 173124 Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin Antony Firth (left) and Steve Liscoe aboard the aboard the ADU’s vessel Xanadu during the visit to the wreck site off Duart Point in 1992. Antony Firth is holding a swatch of labelled tags for identifying exposed finds before rescue recovery. (Archaeological Diving Unit) 1992 Item Level
Ian Oxley of the ADU. (Archaeological Diving Unit) On-line Digital Images DP 173125 Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin Ian Oxley of the ADU. (Archaeological Diving Unit) 1992 Item Level
Steve Liscoe at the helm of the ADU’s vessel Xanadu. (Archaeological Diving Unit) On-line Digital Images DP 173126 Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin Steve Liscoe at the helm of the ADU’s vessel Xanadu. (Archaeological Diving Unit) 1992 Item Level
The free-standing camera-tower designed to prepare photo-mosaics on the Duart Point wreck. (Colin Martin) On-line Digital Images DP 173127 Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin The free-standing camera-tower designed to prepare photo-mosaics on the Duart Point wreck. (Colin Martin) 1992 Item Level
The free-standing camera-tower designed to prepare photo-mosaics on the Duart Point wreck. (Colin Martin) On-line Digital Images DP 173128 Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin The free-standing camera-tower designed to prepare photo-mosaics on the Duart Point wreck. (Colin Martin) 1992 Item Level
The free-standing camera-tower designed to prepare photo-mosaics on the Duart Point wreck. Note the triangular yellow targets used to set out a reference grid of 1m squares. (Colin Martin) On-line Digital Images DP 173129 Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin The free-standing camera-tower designed to prepare photo-mosaics on the Duart Point wreck. Note the triangular yellow targets used to set out a reference grid of 1m squares. (Colin Martin) 1992 Item Level
Operating the free-standing camera-tower designed to prepare photo-mosaics on the Duart Point wreck. The rig is levelled by means of a two-way spirit level. Note the triangular yellow targets used to set out a reference grid of 1m squares. (Colin Martin) On-line Digital Images DP 173130 Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin Operating the free-standing camera-tower designed to prepare photo-mosaics on the Duart Point wreck. The rig is levelled by means of a two-way spirit level. Note the triangular yellow targets used to set out a reference grid of 1m squares. (Colin Martin) 1992 Item Level
Operating the free-standing camera-tower designed to prepare photo-mosaics on the Duart Point wreck. The rig is levelled by means of a two-way spirit level. Note the triangular yellow targets used to set out a reference grid of 1m squares. (Colin Martin) On-line Digital Images DP 173131 Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin Operating the free-standing camera-tower designed to prepare photo-mosaics on the Duart Point wreck. The rig is levelled by means of a two-way spirit level. Note the triangular yellow targets used to set out a reference grid of 1m squares. (Colin Martin) 1992 Item Level
The free-standing camera-tower designed to prepare photo-mosaics on the Duart Point wreck. (Colin Martin) On-line Digital Images DP 173132 Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin The free-standing camera-tower designed to prepare photo-mosaics on the Duart Point wreck. (Colin Martin) 1992 Item Level
Operating the free-standing camera-tower designed to prepare photo-mosaics on the Duart Point wreck. The rig is levelled by means of a two-way spirit level. Note the triangular yellow targets used to set out a reference grid of 1m squares. (Colin Martin) On-line Digital Images DP 173133 Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin Operating the free-standing camera-tower designed to prepare photo-mosaics on the Duart Point wreck. The rig is levelled by means of a two-way spirit level. Note the triangular yellow targets used to set out a reference grid of 1m squares. (Colin Martin) 1992 Item Level
Operating the free-standing camera-tower designed to prepare photo-mosaics on the Duart Point wreck. The rig is levelled by means of a two-way spirit level. Note the triangular yellow targets used to set out a reference grid of 1m squares. (Colin Martin) On-line Digital Images DP 173134 Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin Operating the free-standing camera-tower designed to prepare photo-mosaics on the Duart Point wreck. The rig is levelled by means of a two-way spirit level. Note the triangular yellow targets used to set out a reference grid of 1m squares. (Colin Martin) 1992 Item Level
Operating the free-standing camera-tower designed to prepare photo-mosaics on the Duart Point wreck. The rig is levelled by means of a two-way spirit level. Note the triangular yellow targets used to set out a reference grid of 1m squares. (Colin Martin) On-line Digital Images DP 173135 Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin Operating the free-standing camera-tower designed to prepare photo-mosaics on the Duart Point wreck. The rig is levelled by means of a two-way spirit level. Note the triangular yellow targets used to set out a reference grid of 1m squares. (Colin Martin) 1992 Item Level
Operating the free-standing camera-tower designed to prepare photo-mosaics on the Duart Point wreck. The rig is levelled by means of a two-way spirit level. Note the triangular yellow targets used to set out a reference grid of 1m squares. (Colin Martin) On-line Digital Images DP 173136 Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin Operating the free-standing camera-tower designed to prepare photo-mosaics on the Duart Point wreck. The rig is levelled by means of a two-way spirit level. Note the triangular yellow targets used to set out a reference grid of 1m squares. (Colin Martin) 1992 Item Level