Wild Atlantic Voices
Gain insight into the work of museum curator Noel Campbell who is currently developing a gallery dedicated to traditional Irish boats.
28th September, 13:00 BST, Online
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Discovering Klein Hollandia: a Warship from the Dutch Golden Age of Sail
Join NAS CEO, Mark Beattie-Edwards as he reveals the secrets of a Dutch warship sunk off the coast of Beachy Head in 1672.
Online talk for Wildwood Heritage.
28th September 2023, 19:00 - 20:30 BST. Cost £2.50
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Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich, Walking Tour
9am Monday 2nd October
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Online talk - Regulating maritime trade at the dawn of early-modern Europe
10am UTC 2nd October
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Virtual Tour - Ships built in London
The stories of ships built in London from the sailing ships of Tudor times to the battleships of World War One
4th October 2023 - 20:00 - 21:00 BST
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Monthly talks at the Cornwall Maritime Museum
In person events
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The Antikythera shipwreck: art, technology and trade
Join an archaeologist on a talk about the most famous underwater site from Ancient Greece
Online talk. Cost £13.52
Sunday 8th October 2023 19:00 - 20:30 BST
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Phil Short, Respect for the lost on shipwreck projects, The Diving Talks, Lisbon
6th-8th October
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Free talk - Discovering the Hillforts of Iron Age Wales
12 October
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The Shipwreck Museum, Hastings, presents storyteller Northern Nick
15 October
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The legacy of RRS Discovery: How Scientific Expeditions have evolved
YouTube video
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River Tour of the Thames
Theatrical experience at various locations and dates throughout September.
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London's Lost River
Online video
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Sleuthing in the Solent
In their latest podcast, Professor Lucy Blue from the Honor Frost Foundation chats with maritime archaeologist, Dr Daniel Pascoe about discovering the 17th century 70-gun warship, the HMS Edgar.
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Channel Crossings, Exhibition at Dover Museum and Bronze Age Boat Gallery
Open now. Come to the free curator's tour 6th October
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New book on Citizen Science in Maritime Archaeology - the Power of Public Engagement.
Bringing together a fascinating series of case studies—and tackling sites as diverse as sunken warships and oceanic plastics—this volume demonstrates how maritime archaeologists can benefit from more innovative approaches to public engagement, while raising questions about what ‘citizen science’ has and can mean.
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Advanced Archaeological Remote Sensing: Site Prospection, Landscape Archaeology and Heritage Protection in the Middle East and North Africa
6 hour online MOOC
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Shipwrecks and SCUBA Day
18th November 2023, Huron Ohio
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Of Viking Ships and Harbours: Aspects of the 'Maritime Cultural Landscape' with Dr Sven Kalmring. 
Part of the Institute for Northern Studies Online Public Seminars
30th November 2023 - 19:00 - 22:00 GMT
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