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How the internet site was learned
That which was found
Relevance & musical legacy
HOW A SITE WAS DISCOVERED
Past due bronze grow older shipwreck (Late 14th 100 years BC)
The south coast of Turkey.
Discovered in summer of 1982 by a sponge diver
Excavated since 1984 by a team of archaeologists led by George Largemouth bass. Radiocarbon back in the 14th hundred years BC.
Totaling to 22, 413 dives which revealed probably the most spectacular Later Bronze Grow older. HISTORICAL PERIOD
During the Fermete Age
Initial developments in Bronze Age Aegean civilisation of Crete Minoan trade on the huge island of Crete inside the Bronze Age
The Minoans were the most powerful pressure in the Aegean Sea. The Uluburun wreck represents a variety of trade systems.
THE THING THAT WAS FOUND AT THIS WEBSITE
Canaanite jars and Pistacia plant
At least 149 Canaanite jars (widely found in Greece. Cyprus, Syria- Palestine and Egypt). One jar filled with glass beans, many others were filled with olives, but many them covered a substance known as Pistacia (terebinth) botanical, which was historical type of turpentine. Glass Ingots (valuable)
Approximately 175 glass ingots of co (symbol) blue turquoise and lavender were located. Chemical formula of cobalt blue goblet ingots which in turn matched those of Egyptian core formed ships and mycenaena pendant beads which were suggested as a prevalent source. Assorted cargo
Logs of blackwood from The african continent
Ivory as whole and partial hippo tusks
Greater than a dozen hippopotamus teeth
Weapons and tools
Pinus radiata nuts
Grains- such as charred wheat and barley.
SIGNIFICANCE OF WHAT WAS PRESENT IN THE PAST WORLD (linked to q3) The finding supplied significant observations.
Among the wealthiest and largest
Presented archaeologists with an abundance of data.
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