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Marine Archaeology on the White Sea

  • Nicholas A. Demidenko
  • Igor V. Divakov

Abstract

Recently, marine archaeological expeditions visited the White Sea, at the northern border of the European part of the Russian Federation. The White Sea is a shallow sea with many shoals, banks and islands. The Solovetsky Archipelago, situated in the Onega Bay of the sea, is a real “pearl” of this region. It is famous for its wonderful nature, with a remarkable harmony of forests, rocky landscapes, lakes and channels, as well as objects made by man (Figure 1).

Keywords

Archaeological Excavation Solovetsky Island Hard Sandstone State Oceanographic Institute Steam Hooter 
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References

  1. Marine Arctic Complex Expedition (MACE) 1990, Ed. by P.V. Boyarsky, Moscow.Google Scholar
  2. The Unknown Solovetsky Archipelago 1990, In: Proceeding of Marine Arctic Complex Expedition. Ed. by P.V. Boyarsky, Moscow.Google Scholar

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© Springer Science+Business Media New York 1998

Authors and Affiliations

  • Nicholas A. Demidenko
    • 1
  • Igor V. Divakov
    • 2
  1. 1.State Oceanographic InstituteMoscow, GSP-3Russia
  2. 2.Russian Marine AssemblyMoscowRussia

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