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    Re: Historic wrecks
    From: UNK
    Date: 2009 Apr 1, 07:25 -0700

    try the British Archaelogical Reports BAR Supplementary Series 27 -  
    Australia's Oldest Wreck: The Loss of the Trial 1622  Published 1977.
    
    It has a a very good coverage of the English East India Company's ship lost on 
    the Trial rocks, which were either deliberately or erroneously misplaced for 
    about 300 years, because 'they weren't where they were supposed to be'.
    
    The BAR also has a good disertation on the navigation problems of the time and 
    in particular the Brouwer route to the East Indies.
    
    cheers
    
    Roger Puttman
    
    32' 26.6'S
    115' 45.5' E
    
    
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