“Blackbeard the Pirate and his lost ship: the Queen Anne’s Revenge”

In the classroom of ICUA Zadar, on Friday, 7 October, at 17h, a public lecture titled "Pirate Blackbeard and his lost ship Queen Anne's Revenge" was held. Blackbeard is perhaps the most famous pirate in history. His flagship, the Queen Anne’s Revenge, sank off the coast of North Carolina in 1718, and was discovered by SCUBA divers in 1996.


Experts for metal corrosion visited ICUA Zadar

On 19 and 20 September 2016 the International Centre for Underwater Archaeology in Zadar hosted Jean-Bernard Memet and Phillipe de Vives, restorers and experts in the field of protection and corrosion of metal. Memet and de Vives held two public lectures entitled: "The recovery and conservation of the first successful maritime submarine: the HL Hunley - 1864" and "Cathodic polarization for the conservation and restoration of underwater artefacts".


Opening of the exhibition "Archaeological research of the St. Nicholas site in Zadar in 2014."

On the occasion of the current visit of Danish underwater archaeologists as the part of the two-year agreement on cooperation in the field of underwater archeology, on Friday, 16th of  September 2016, the opening of the exhibition titled "Archaeological reserch of the St. Nicholas site in Zadar in 2014 ". Authors of the exhibition are: Roko Surić, Sime Vrkić, Luka Bekić and Mladen Pešić.



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