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Sunken treasure found in the sea of Sicily.

Ancient bronze coins Italian archaeologists retrieved ancient bronze coins off the small Sicilian island of Pantelleria. The coins have been dated between 264 and 241 BC.

Reminders of life: Porcelain dishes from the wreck of the World War II vessel Fujikawa, lie at the bottom of Truk Lagoon

The ghost fleet of Chuuk Lagoon: World's biggest ship graveyard lies at site of WW2 battle where US crushed Japanese fleet

World's biggest ship graveyard: Tropical waters of South Pacific hide haunting wreckage of World War II battle that left 60 Japanese warships rusting on lagoon floor

This photo provided by the NOAA Okeanos Explorer Program shows a variety of artifacts including ceramic plates, platters, bowls plus glass liquor, wine, medicine, and food storage bottles of many shapes and colors found inside a wrecked ship's hull, in the Gulf of Mexico about 170 from Galveston, Texas. It may have sunk in the Gulf of Mexico 200 years ago. (AP Photo/NOAA Okeanos Explorer Program)

Team examining Gulf shipwreck finds 2 other wrecks

Artifacts from Gulf shipwreck being hauled back to Galveston - Houston year old shipwreck found in the Gulf of Mexico.

he two oldest wrecks ever excavated, these two Bronze Age ships and their cargoes, were discovered off the coast of Turkey. Excavated in 1960 (the site was resurveyed and small additional finds uncovered in 2010), Cape Gelidonya was the first ancient shipwreck to be dug in its entirety from the seabed by archaeologists. Dating to around 1200 B.C., the vessel was most likely the

he two oldest wrecks ever excavated, these two Bronze Age ships and their…

Silver bar, thought to be of Capt Kidd (7 May 2015) Underwater explorers in Madagascar say they have discovered treasure belonging to the notorious 17th-Century Scottish pirate William Kidd. A 50kg (7st 9lb) silver bar was brought to shore on Thursday on the island of Sainte Marie, from what is thought to be the wreck of the Adventure Galley.

Pirate Capt Kidd's 'treasure' found

Underwater explorers in Madagascar say they have discovered treasure belonging to the notorious Scottish pirate William Kidd

While digging to put in electrical wires near Bulgaria’s Black Sea resort, a lost civilization was found that predates most well known civilizations in Egypt, Mesopotamia. This was a grave found dating to 5000 BC. The gold artefacts were older and richer than any others ever discovered anywhere. Read more about it

Varna Necropolis, 4500 - 4000 BC, Varna, Bulgaria Gold beads have been excavated in Dimitra in eastern Macedonia and are claimed to be from 5500 to 5250 B. If confirmed they could be some of the earliest gold objects yet discovered (Betancourt

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