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Archaeology Underwater: The NAS Guide to Principles and Practice
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Archaeology Underwater: The NAS Guide to Principles and Practice
Underwater Archaeology: Exploring the World Beneath the Sea (New Horizons)
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Archaeology Underwater: The NAS Guide to Principles and Practice
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by: P.E. Cleator
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Commercial amphoras of the Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archaeology: Maritime trade of the Mediterranean in ancient times
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by: T. Oguz Alpözen
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Commercial amphoras of the Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archaeology: Maritime trade of the Mediterranean in ancient times
History from the Sea: Story of Underwater Archaeology
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History from the Sea: Story of Underwater Archaeology
Encyclopaedia of Underwater and Maritime Archaeology (Encyclopedia)
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Encyclopaedia of Underwater and Maritime Archaeology (Encyclopedia)
Maritime Archaeology: A Reader of Substantive and Theoretical Contributions (The Springer Series in Underwater Archaeology)
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Maritime Archaeology: A Reader of Substantive and Theoretical Contributions (The Springer Series in Underwater Archaeology)
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  • 16 August

  • James Having read a number of posts re POW camps in UK I recalled a POW camp based In a park across the road from our house on Brampton Road, Carlisle, Cumbria. They were German to the best of my recollection and were housed in large wooden sheds and guarded by no more than two soldiers with rifles. As children we would go and sit with them around an outside brazier and a couple of the friendly ones would offer us tea from their mugs. We didn't fear them and I can only remember one who was unpleasant towards us. I often wondered why they didn't try to escape at the time. I've tried to find a record of that particular camp to no avail.
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    • kat Looking for details of German pow called Joseph 1948 Beeregis Dorset, apparently my biological father.
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      • Jo I'm interested in finding out if there is a record of the names of German pop's, apparently my dad was one. All I have is the first name Joseph, don't know if it's spelt that way. He worked around the Beeregis area, Dorset.
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                • BradKelly The way to develop self-confidence is to do the thing you fear and get a record of successful experiences behind you. -- William Jennings Bryan SO HOLD YOUR HEAD HIGH, GORGEOUS. PEOPLE WOULD KILL TO SEE YOU FALL.
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                  • Sennari The stone stage on parade The stone stage(Ishibutai) in Asuka-village, Nara Prefecture, Japan seems to look like the form of a sleeping baby, as is written in the previous page, depending on the viewing angle. Main site http://www31.tok2.com/home2/slicer21/5-422.html Mirror site http://s1.muryo-de.mydns.jp/~slicer...5-422.html
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                    • Sennari The stone stage in Nara Prefecture of Japan You can find how big it is compared with humanity. Though it was made in the era when humanity didn't have heavy equipments, it was told it was the grave which was made for authority. It looks like a baby depending on the viewing angle. Stone men were made inside it. Please refer to the photo of the stone stage in the below site. Main site http://www31.tok2.com/home2/slicer21/5-421.html Mirror site http://s1.muryo-de.mydns.jp/~slicer...5-421.html
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