Enhancing learning and access to Underwater Cultural Heritage through digital technologies: the case study of the "Cala Minnola" shipwreck site

  title={Enhancing learning and access to Underwater Cultural Heritage through digital technologies: the case study of the "Cala Minnola" shipwreck site},
  author={Fabio Bruno and Loris Barbieri and Maurizio Muzzupappa and Sebastiano Tusa and Adriana Fresina and Francesca Oliveri and Antonio Lagudi and Alessandro Cozza and Raffaele Peluso},
  journal={Digit. Appl. Archaeol. Cult. Heritage},

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