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The Titanic of its time

Appeared in DIVER March 2013

The deep site of a Roman shipwreck was found near Crete well over a century ago. Among other artefacts it yielded the world’s oldest-known computer. Cousteau, inevitably, was there, but only recently have divers brought modern technology into play, reports team-member ALEXANDROS SOTIRIOU. Photos by ALEXANDROS TOURTAS

Working on the anchor collar
Working on the anchor collar
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