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Further reading

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Old Shipwrecks and New Dredging (PDF 286kb)

An article by Antony Firth, Head of Coastal and Marine Projects at Wessex Archaeology, on the Elizabethan wreck recovered from the Princes Channel. This article is reproduced by kind permission of the International Council of Monuments and Sites (ICMOS) from their publication "Underwater Cultural Heritage at Risk: Managing Natural and Human Impacts" edited by Robert Grenier, David Nutley and Ian Cochran (April 2006).Click here for more information about ICMOS (opens in a new window)

Wreck in the Thames (PDF - 2.67mb)

A Wessex Archaeology publication about the timbers and artifacts recovered from the wreck

Dendrochronology Report - May 2004 (PDF - 84kb)

A tree-ring analysis of framing timbers from the wreck