Nautical archaeologyNautical archaeology
is the study of past human activity by the physical remains of maritime
activities. It can be explained as maritime archaeology
, specialising in maritime activities and technology such as ships
, boats and other craft.
Notable nautical archaeology projects:
- The H. L. Hunley Project
- The Queen Anne's Revenge Shipwreck Project 
- Recovery of the Tudor warship Mary Rose from the Solent.
See also: archaeology
, underwater archaeology
, maritime archaeology
, Timeline of underwater technology