Check out the fascinating story of excavations at Yenikapi where archaeologists from INA documented a complex of sunken ships from the Byzantine port of Theodosius (serving Constantinople). With cargoes and rigging intact, this discovery was an amazing snapshot of trade from 1000 years ago in the Eastern Mediterranean. Enjoy the 20 minute documentary put together […]
Read More INA Documentary Video on the Excavations at Yenikapi
“Eight miles south of the City of Richmond Virginia, in a quiet section of the James River, lies one of the State’s most significant, yet unknown, historical artifacts, the wreckage of the Confederate States Navy Ironclad Steamram Richmond. Now lying in approximately 38 feet of water, The Richmond’s short lifespan ended with her scuttling in […]
Read More 2020 NAS Conference Presentation (Video): CSS Richmond (01/17/2021)
Zoom online courses in Canon Recording, Timber Recording, Charts and Charting, Anchor Recording, and Excavation Safety classes have been scheduled for dates in January – April 2021. Please select the Archaeological Training tab for more details.
Read More New Training Opportunities: January – April 2021
The Archeological Society of Virginia’s registry of Maryland,North Carolina, and Virginia logboats BY H. ROBERT HAYES, MARY K. HAYES, AND JOHN D. BROADWATER. INA Quarterly, 47, 1/2, Spring/Summer 2020, pp. 10-15. (click on link to view the article)
Read More Just Published in INA Quarterly: VERNACULAR WATERCRAFT IN THE MID-ATLANTIC UNITED STATES (logboat registry project) Congratulations to Bob and Mary Hayes and John Broadwater