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Treasure Lost at Sea: Diving to the World's Great Shipwrecks

Robert F. Marx, Jenifer Marx - History - 2004 - 194 pages
An exploration of underwater archeological sites and shipwrecks dating from the beginning of recorded history to the present day.
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Encyclopedia of Western Atlantic Shipwrecks and Sunken Treasure

Victoria Sandz, Robert F. Marx - Reference - 2006 - 240 pages
From aerial survey to zoology, Part I of this two-part encyclopedia covers all aspects of underwater archeology, treasure hunting and salvaging. For example, entries are ...
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The underwater dig: an introduction to marine archaeology

Robert F. Marx - Social Science - 1975 - 250 pages
An introduction to underwater archaeology for the amateur, including the history, principles, techniques, importance, and future of this field.
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Port Royal: The Sunken City

Robert F. Marx - Deep diving - 2003 - 304 pages
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Pirate Port: The Story of the Sunken City of Port Royal

Robert F. Marx - Port Royal (Jamaica) - 1967 - 190 pages
Reconstructs the history and civilization of a pirate city, most of which was pulled beneath the sea by an earthquake in 1692. Describes artifacts and treasures found through ...
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The History of Underwater Exploration

Robert F. Marx - Travel - 1990 - 198 pages
The noted marine archaeologist and treasure-hunting diver's history of diving, from the free divers of the ancient world to those using modern research equipment. Subjects such ...
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Following Columbus: the voyage of the Nina II

Robert F. Marx - Biography & Autobiography - 1964 - 80 pages
Explorerer Christopher Columbus.
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The Battle of the Spanish Armada 1588

Robert F. Marx - Armada, 1588 - 1965 - 127 pages
Places the greatest naval battle between England and Spain in historical context and explains how the unexpected British victory changed the course of history.
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