A Submerged Monumental Structure in the Sea of Galilee, Israel

  title={A Submerged Monumental Structure in the Sea of Galilee, Israel},
  author={Yitzhak Paz and Reshef Moshe and Ben Zvi and Marco Shmuel and Gideon Tibor and Dani Nadel},
  journal={International Journal of Nautical Archaeology},
  pages={189 - 193}
Hospital, near the River Thames in London, where it is intended to build a Cancer Care Centre (Watson, 2012). The remains proved to be waterlogged and in a sound condition. English Heritage subsequently decided that excavation of this legally protected boat (the only vessel in England subject to a scheduling order—22 June, 1983) should not be undertaken. Instead, they arranged that the new hospital building would be designed so that all load would be transferred away from the boat and that… 

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