12 Nov 2018

Excavation and survey of the ancient port landscape at the Akrotiri-Dreamers Bay

View of the excavation site [Credit: University of Leicester] 

The excavation and survey was conducted between 10-24 September 2018 by a team of professional diving maritime archaeologists, students of maritime archaeology, divers, surveyors, and terrestrial archaeologists predominantly from Cyprus and the UK who investigated for over two weeks, the remains of an ancient breakwater submerged some 1-1.5 to 5m below the water in Dreamers Bay. t 

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