Manby Robert F. Burgess
Man: 12,000 Years Under the Sea is the dramatic story of underwater archaeology. The work looks back at Greek divers' discovery of ancient statues in the sea, and covers the history of marine archaeology to the present, including the recovery of Ice Age Man's 12,000-year-old remains from the bottom of Florida springs. Burgess writes from his experience for an assured exciting read.
"[This book] will appeal to all readers who like action and adventure." (Publishers Weekly)
Author Bio: Robert F. Burgess has spent most of his life writing about adventure above or below the sea. His books about shipwrecks, sharks, treasure diving, and underwater archaeology are acclaimed for the author's ability to put the reader in the midst of the action. An ardent sailor and scuba diver, he and his wife live in northern Florida.
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- 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.79(d)
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