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Lead bracket with a T-profile. It is a fastening cramp for construction materials. Biological degradation The artefact does not present signs of biological colonisation. References

Curvilinear lead bracket with ends bent in opposite directions. Biological degradation The artefact does not present signs of biological colonisation. References

Plummet in lead, truncated cone, hollow at the base for a depth of 1-2 cm. Apical hole missing due to abrasion (1). Biological degradation The artefact does not present signs of biological colonisation. References 1 See. KAPITÄN 1961, p. 305, fig. 1 1; CHARLIN ET…

Lead anchor stock with a semi-hollow section, missing one arm. Portion of the both without the retaining peg that was supposed to be wooden. The arm has an opening that allows for glimpsing the inside. Biological degradation Lead anchor stock with a semi-hollow section, missing…

Lead anchor stock with solid section and an open-V profile. Rectangular both provided with a fixed retaining bar. Biological degradation Although the discovery of lead logs under water is practically commonplace, in reality it has not yet been possible to establish a typological serie of…

Weighting bar with a parallelepiped-trapezoid profile. It belongs to a class of wooden anchors with a weighting made of lead. In this type, the lead was cast in two wooden cases that were part of an anchor made of the same material. According to Associazione…

Stone anchor stock. Fractured. Trapezoid, beveled and rounded shape, with a central, well-squared recess. One arm missing. Biological degradation The artefact presents elements of heavy fouling by epilithic organisms. In particular, these are Polychaeta serpulidae (sea worms) that, with their characteristic calcareous tubes, form whiteish…

Stone anchor stock. Marine encrustations. Trapezoidal shape, with a fairly squared central cavity. Partially mutilated of one of the arms. Biological degradation The anchor presents an epilithic (superficial) colonisation caused mainly by Polychaeta serpulidae with their characteristic calcareous tube, together with an endolithic colonisation, limited…

Stone anchor stock. Cuspidated block. Sketchy cavity. Missing a part of an arm. Poor workmanship. Biological degradation The anchor presents an epilithic (superficial) colonisation caused mainly by Polychaeta serpulidae with their characteristic calcareous tube, together with an endolithic colonisation, limited to some points and caused…

Stone anchor stock. Trapezoidal shape with tapering arms. Deep central recess. Careful shaping work. Biological degradation The artefact presents a prevalently epilithic colonisation caused by encrusting thalli of coralline algae and calcareous tubes made by Polychaeta serpulidae (sea worms). References MEDAGLIA 2002, p. 178 1…

A muzzle-loading cast iron cannon with a prominent spherical pommel on the breech. It does not present distinctive signs for its identification, as the so-called “arma” (a heraldic emblem), a weight stamp or inscriptions on the breech ring. The distinguishable elements include a touch hole,…

Corcyraean or type B Corinthian amphora. Slightly everted rim, cylindrical neck. Oblique handles with thickened ribbon. Ovoid body. Foot with short, flattened tip. The Corinthian amphorae were introduced to the Mediterranean in the last quarter of the VI century B.C. and their production lasted for…