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Gaius Caligula and the Artifacts from His Pleasure Barges from Lake Nemi- Joe Geranio - NumisWiki, The Collaborative Numismatics Project

Gaius Caligula and the Artifacts from His Pleasure Barges from Lake Nemi- Joe Geranio - NumisWiki, The Collaborative Numismatics Project

Gaius Caligula and the Artifacts from His Pleasure Barges from Lake Nemi- Joe Geranio - NumisWiki, The Collaborative Numismatics Project

Gaius Caligula and the Artifacts from His Pleasure Barges from Lake Nemi- Joe Geranio - NumisWiki, The Collaborative Numismatics Project

A 7,000-year-old wood-lined well discovered in eastern Germany was removed from the site in a single, enormous block and transported to a lab in Dresden for study.

A 7,000-year-old wood-lined well discovered in eastern Germany was removed from the site in a single, enormous block and transported to a lab in Dresden for study.

World's Oldest Wood Architecture Revealed -- The oak timbers preserved in a waterlogged enviornment date to 5469-5098 B.C.  The Neolithic people were the first farmers and carpenters.

World's Oldest Wood Architecture Revealed -- The oak timbers preserved in a waterlogged enviornment date to 5469-5098 B.C. The Neolithic people were the first farmers and carpenters.

Gaius Caligula and the Artifacts from His Pleasure Barges from Lake Nemi- Joe Geranio - NumisWiki, The Collaborative Numismatics Project

Gaius Caligula and the Artifacts from His Pleasure Barges from Lake Nemi- Joe Geranio - NumisWiki, The Collaborative Numismatics Project

The Mary Rose wreck was sprayed and stabilized in this separate building of the museum.  The sprayers were stopped at one end to enable the artist to paint this from life.

The Mary Rose wreck was sprayed and stabilized in this separate building of the museum. The sprayers were stopped at one end to enable the artist to paint this from life.

Kublai Khan's lost fleet: These are bulkheads discovered at the site. Notice the nails are covered with lime based paste, probably Chunam. This suggests that the ship may have originated from Southern China.

Kublai Khan's lost fleet: These are bulkheads discovered at the site. Notice the nails are covered with lime based paste, probably Chunam. This suggests that the ship may have originated from Southern China.

Archaeologists also found three barrels (pictured) stacked on top of one another that are thought to have been used as a basic well. Markings on the wooden barrels include the owner's details and reveal that some of them were used to transport goods, as well as store fish, before being repurposed.

700-year-old toilets filled with human excrement unearthed

Archaeologists also found three barrels (pictured) stacked on top of one another that are thought to have been used as a basic well. Markings on the wooden barrels include the owner's details and reveal that some of them were used to transport goods, as well as store fish, before being repurposed.

100 year old waterlogged Heart Pine (aka Long Leaf Pine) http://www.ozmadesign.com/blog/live-edge-curly-sinker-pine-slab-a-true-piece-of-americana

100 year old waterlogged Heart Pine (aka Long Leaf Pine) http://www.ozmadesign.com/blog/live-edge-curly-sinker-pine-slab-a-true-piece-of-americana

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