JULY, 03, 2013
Manila, Philippines – Divers from your National Art gallery and the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) have found a dispatch loaded with artifacts that sank during the The spanish language period away Culasi Justification in Roxas City. Lieutenant Leader Algier Ricafrente, PCG General public Affairs primary, said that National Museum exploration divers Bobby Orillaneda and Ligaya Lacsina and The french language divers through the Far Eastern Groundwork for Nautical Archeology sought the assistance of the PCG inside the ongoing search of the web page where the The spanish language vessel went under. Ricafrente known that scuba divers from the Nationwide Museum and Coast Guard Special Functions Group (CGSOG) went to the location 110 toes below sea level and conducted an underwater archeological survey that included picture documentation and sample retrieval of elements. " The team was able to track down and pinpoint the sunken yacht which is presently lying over a seabed by 110 foot below ocean level and it was largely covered with sand and broken pieces of artifacts spread in the area, " Ricafrente said. (John Carlo Meters. Cahinhinan)
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Drainage canal produces priceless artifacts
By Nestor P. Burgos Jr.
14: 58 evening | Friday, July 20th, 2012
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MANY of the artifacts were cracked by the jackhammer used by employees in digging a 60-meter-long canal for the drainage project along Arroyo Street, Iloilo City. GUIJO DUEÑAS Employees digging a drainage apretado in Iloilo City's organization district have got found artifacts which historians believe might offer refreshing insights into the locality's rich heritage. Among the list of treasures is actually a small porcelain bowl using a blue-and-white design and style, which may date back to the past due Ming Empire (1368-1644), according to Armand Mijares, director of the Archaeological Studies Program (ASP) of the University of the Philippines (UP) in Diliman, Quezon City. Some 30 pieces of gold coins, porcelain ware, bottles, containers, wooden planks,...