If you are reading this post then you presumably find archaeology and archaeology related websites quite interesting. The same is true for all of us here at Blackwater Draw as well. Whether the work of archaeologists is occurring in our region, the Llano Estacado, or across the globe, we love to read about new discoveries and to learn about work being conducted within the field of archaeology. One method to learn about current and past excavations and surveys is by viewing websites and blogs set up by archaeologists, which is why when we find an intriguing and well-constructed one, we like to let everyone know about it. A particular one, which we are currently enjoying is Diving Archaeology.
Diving Archaeology details the work conducted by “semi-aquatic archaeologists” Doug Inglis and Veronica Morriss. The sites they work at, both on land and in the water, span the globe, and include sites located in Egypt, Vietnam, Spain, Bermuda and the United States. To read more about the sites and their work visit their website DivingArchaeology.com, which can be accessed by clicking on the above photo.