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Archaeological Papers
Odyssey In Depth
The "Tortugas" shipwreck site produced a collection of Spanish Colonial artifacts dating to the early 17th century
A diversity of mid-19th century British ceramic wares were discovered at the "Blue China" wreck site
A collection of over 6,000 bottles were recovered from the SS Republic shipwreck site
Blue shell-edge platters recovered from the "Blue China" wreck helped date the site
The limpet attached to the ROV�_Ts manipulator arm retrieves a bottle from the SS Republic wreck site


Ellen Gerth, Cultural Artefacts and Trade Goods: the Odyssey Model, Marine Archaeology in Southeast Asia (2014), 150-163

Sean Kingsley, Ellen Gerth and Michael Hughes, Ceramics from the Tortugas Shipwreck: A Spanish-Operated Navio of the 1622 Tierra Firme Fleet, Ceramics in America (Chipstone Foundation, 2012), 77-97.

Hawk Tolson, Ellen Gerth, The Myth of In Situ Preservation: New Evidence from the Deep, North South Trader's Civil War 34 (2009), 27-37.

Sean Kingsley, 'Into the Abyss: Deep-Sea Shipwrecks, Science & Scandal', Current World Archaeology 33 (February/March 2009), 34-43.

Hawk Tolson, Ellen Gerth and Neil Cunningham Dobson, ‘Ceramics from the Blue China Wreck’. In Robert Hunter (ed.), Ceramics in America (Chipstone Foundation, 2008), 163-185.

Ellen Gerth and Hawk Tolson, Lost Cargo Writes History (BBC North West Wales, 12 November 2008).

Ellen Gerth and Hawk Tolson, ‘Lost Cargo Writes History" Writing Slates from the Wreck of the Steamship Republic’, North South Trader’s Civil War A�33.5 (2008), 38-50.

Sean Kingsley, ‘Messages in 6,000 Bottles’, History Today 58.7 (2008), 5-6.

Dan Bagley, ‘Exploring the Deep" Discovering Life’s Riches’, Success (April/May 2008), 67-69.

Hawk Tolson, Ellen Gerth and Neil Cunningham Dobson, ‘Artifacts from the Blue China Wreck’, Bottles and Extras 19.1 (2008), 35-40.


Thomas King, ‘Robotic Archaeology on the Deep Ocean Floor’. In Deborah M. Pearsall (ed.), Encyclopedia of Archaeology (Academic Press, New York, 2008), 1932-1940.

Ellen Gerth, ‘Deep in the Atlantic: Discovery of a Steamship’, Maritime Life and Traditions 34 (Spring 2007), 8.


Bill Baab, ‘Bottles from the SS Republic, Bottles and Extras 18.2 (2007), 24-26.

Sean Kingsley, ‘Odyssey Marine Exploration and Deep-Sea Shipwreck Archaeology: the State of the Art’, Minerva 14.3. (2003), 33-37.

Greg Stemm, 'The New UNESCO Convention: Rules You Need To Know', Underwater Magazine (January/February 2002).

Greg Stemm,  'Unesco Gets Its Feet Wet', Minerva: International Review of Ancient Art and Archaeology (January 2002).

Greg Stemm, 'Where Do We Go from Here?', Underwater Magazine (November/December 2001).

Greg Stemm, 'A Mid-Ocean Meeting of the Minds', Underwater Magazine (July 2001).

Greg Stemm, 'Thoughts on the UNESCO Convention: A Perspective from Inside the Process', Underwater Magazine (January 2001).

Greg Stemm, 'The Claims of Spain - Death Knell for Shipwreck Exploration?', Underwater Magazine (November 2000).

Greg Stemm, 'Putting "Professional" into Shipwreck Exploration', Underwater Magazine (September 2000).

Greg Stemm, 'Showdown at the Shipwreck Corral: Big Brother or Wild West?', Underwater Magazine (July/August 2000).

Greg Stemm, 'The Artifact Debate - Part II', Underwater Magazine (January/February 2000).

Greg Stemm, 'Differentiation of Shipwreck Artifacts as a Resource Management Tool', Association of Dive Contractors/Marine Technology Society, UI2000 Conference (January 2000).

Greg Stemm, 'The Shipwreck Dilemma', Underwater Magazine (Fall 1999).

Greg Stemm, 'The "Melkarth" - Meeting Place for Two Worlds?', Anthropology Newsletter (December 1998).

Greg Stemm, 'Shipwrecks in the Deep Freeze', Maritime Heritage Magazine (April 1998).

Greg Stemm, 'Cultural Heritage In Inner Space: Thoughts on the Future of Historical Shipwrecks', Thirty First Annual Law of the Sea Institute (March 30, 1998).

Greg Stemm, 'The Key To Davy Jones' Locker - Part II', Ocean News and Technology (April 1996).

Greg Stemm, The Key To Davy Jones' Locker', Ocean News and Technology (January 1996).

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