Greece test case: Metohi (Northern Greece)

Metohi is a low swelling in the centre of the Bay of Nies, in the form of a small peninsula, which joins with the coast with a low and thin causeway. In previous years, architectural remains and pottery sherds were located in the sea area that surrounds Metohi, which continue on land and can be dated to the Middle Bronze Age. Read more …

 

 

Italy test case: Egadi Islands (Sicily)

FAVIGNANA – PUNTA GALERA – Two miles out of Favignana’s southern coast is located a nonpareil wreck for its load integrity and its historical meaning. It is a sicilian-arab X century a.C. ship, located 70 meters deep on the seabed. Considering the depth, the first investigation was made during the research campaign in summer 2000, using high-tech devices and specialized technicians. Read more…

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