Tuesday, January 22, 2008

In medieval times, Dunwich was a thriving rival to London. Then it was swallowed by the sea. Now, thanksto technological advances, the ancient settlement may soon be visible once more

Sea defence scheme working well
The Lowestoft Journal, UK - Jan 21, 2008
The Dunwich scheme, which cost about £50000, was devised by consulting engineer Stephen Hawes, of Aldeburgh, as the result of a local initiative which ...
New Survey To Reveal 'Britain's Atlantis'
Science Daily (press release) - Jan 16, 2008
16, 2008) — The lost city of Dunwich, Britain's own underwater 'Atlantis', which has captured the imagination of people for centuries, could be revealed for ...

BBC News
Underwater city could be revealed
BBC News, UK - Jan 15, 2008
Marine archaeologist Stuart Bacon and Professor David Sear, of the University of Southampton, will explore the lost city of Dunwich, off the Suffolk coast. ...
This week in ocean news
Grist Magazine, WA - Jan 19, 2008
... area nationwide were still severely polluted ... ... marine archaeologists planned to explore the lost city of Dunwich, off England's Suffolk coast. ...


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