"Sweden. If you like history and scuba diving, this is for you. The Baltic Sea, in Northern Europe, is a cold brackish sea where wood is preserved for centuries. Many sunken ships still wait to be discovered. This site is mostly about Northern Europe." Список ресурсов по странам мира с аннотациями по странам и темам: музеи, общества, проекты, литература и др. Виртуальный музей. На шведск. и англ. яз.
// Nordic Underwater Archaeology. "In 1979, Peter Stanford, editor of Sea History asked George Bass if he would write an article on the difference between archaeology and treasure hunting. Bass began a letter of response, and in the middle began to turn the letter into a short story to make his point. Since Sea History, that part of his letter has now been published in several other American and Dutch magazines as “The Men Who Stole the Stars.” Except for substituting the word “stars” for “shipwrecks,” everything in the story is based on fact."
// Nordic Underwater Archaeology. "Five kilometres east of Gamla Oxelöund at the Bråviken Bay, off the eastern coast of Sweden, there is a remarkable wreck at about 90 feet or 30 meters of depth. The wreck was discovered during a 1992-94 wreck survey project. It is believed to be a merchant vessel, and has been dated to the first half of the 18th century. It is remarkably well preserved, and the main mast is still standing (hence its name). This webpage presents an abstract, in English, of the original Swedish report, and contains images of artifacts, diving activities, and a computer reconstruction of the vessel." Заметка с илл. - 1999 г.
// UNESCO Sources. - February 1997. "Bob Marx, the world’s most successful treasure hunter, is a man marine archaeologists love to hate: a reason in his own right, they would say, for a convention protecting underwater heritage.