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Archaeologists will look for weapons in the XVIII century ship wreckage found off the Crimea coast

An archaeological expedition from Tula will investigate the wreckage of a ship that sank in 1786 in search of firearms and cold steel produced in Tula. The weapons in question were on board the ship 'Saint Alexander', which sank in the Black Sea near cape Tarkhankut in Crimea in 1786. The works will be carried out as a part of the project 'Geography of Tula Metal', developed by the Tula Regional Branch of the Russian Geographical Society (RGO), said Oleg Zolotarev, the head of the branch.
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«The expedition will be conducted in the area of Cape Tarkhankut in the west of Crimea. We plan to organise a survey of the seabed — to examine the entire territory of the bay, using underwater metal detectors, in order to determine the outlines of the shipwreck. The works are organised as a part of the project 'Geography of Tula Metal'. We will look for firearms and cold arms produced in Tula, which were on board the ship 'Saint Alexander'», Zolotarev explained.

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