By James Delgado
Top archaeologist and consummate storyteller James Delgado takes readers on a rollicking deep-sea dive into his hugely strange life's paintings: finding and exploring the world's most famed shipwrecks.
Colorful characters, close to misses, and the fun of status — or floating — in history's footprints make for a hugely wonderful examine the interesting historical past and glittering bounty underneath the waves.
Included are money owed of Pearl Harbor, the tremendous, and Bikini Atoll, web site of the world's first nuclear exams.
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Figure 10. Clustering dendrogram calculated using standardized concentration values for the major oxides in samples from layers of HDG061211-b (analysis based on the group average method and Euclidean distances). Data matrix of dimensions 25 × 10: 25 = number of specimens, 10 = number of oxides. ES, external surface; EB, external body; CB, core body; IB, internal body; IS, internal surface. . Adequacy of Small-Scale Sampling from Ancient Pottery … 21 Homogeneity Test for Japanese Pottery Samples from ancient pottery for chemical analysis should generally be small in size because these archeological artifacts are often rare and valuable; however, the analytical results from the small-scale sampling cannot be representative of the whole shard if the pottery’s body is not homogeneous.
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