The Late-Antique Ma‘agan Mikhael B Shipwreck, Israel

@article{Cvikel2020TheLM,
  title={The Late-Antique Ma‘agan Mikhael B Shipwreck, Israel},
  author={Deborah Cvikel},
  journal={Near Eastern Archaeology},
  year={2020},
  volume={83},
  pages={30 - 37}
}
  • D. Cvikel
  • Published 1 March 2020
  • History
  • Near Eastern Archaeology
The Ma‘agan Mikhael B shipwreck, dated to the seventh–eighth centuries CE is located about 70 m off the Mediterranean coast of Israel, at a maximum water depth of 3 m, buried under 1.5 m of sand. The excavation of the shipwreck is in progress, and the hull has not yet been completely excavated. The exposed hull remains, comprising the keel, endposts, aprons, framing timbers, hull planks, stringers, bulkheads, and maststep assembly, are in a good state of preservation. The most significant finds… 

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