(1) Divers and snorkelers can tour six shipwrecks on the Maritime Heritage Trail in Biscayne National Park. One of these is an unnamed 19th Century wooden sailing vessel. (2) Jamestown Island, Virginia, is the location of the first permanent English colony in North America, but archaeological sites there face a serious threat from sea level rise and erosion. (3) English blacksmiths make a pattern-welded replica of a Saxon sword that lay buried with its owner for 1500 years before its archaeological recovery in the 1980s.

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Historic Jamestowne (National Park Service)

History in the Making (part 3)

Jamestown Rediscovery (Preservation Virginia)

Maritime Heritage Trail, Biscayne National Park (National Park Service)

Museums Resource Centre (Oxfordshire County Council)

1,300-year-old Anglo Saxon feasting hall unearthed by archaeologists (Catholiconline)