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Recently discovered in the Bay off Saint-Gervais (Fos-sur-Mer, France), by 4 or 5 m deep, a portion of antique shipwreck, located at a few hundred meters away from the shore, has just been investigated by Luc Long and his team (DRASSM-2ASM).
The group of well preserved remains, including 7 ribs and several planks of the hull and belongs to the high parts of a large-sized roman ship. The position of the ribs and their morphological characteristics looks like an extremity of the ship, after the lower part of the ship, where are begining the « allonges » of the ribs.
Underwater photogrammetry carried out as part of a collaboration between Septentrion Environnement and LIS (Laboratory of Computer Science and Systems) Aix-Marseille University, UMR CNRS 7020.
Contact : Olivier Bianchimani, Septentrion Environnement and Pierre Drap, LIS, CNRS.