Warwick 2011 Team

For the past two seasons, volunteers and archaeologists have been excavating and documenting a 17th century shipwreck, the Warwick, in Bermuda. The Warwick project is a National Museum of Bermuda (NMB) project in partnership with Texas A&M & Institute of Nautical Archaeology  and in association with The Global Exploration and Oceanographic Society (G-EOS) and Department of Archaeology,
University of Southampton. The project is under the direction of Dr. Katie Custer-Bojakowski and Dr. Piotr Bojakowski,(NMB underwater archaeologists) and has benefited enormously from the insights of Dr. Kevin Crisman (Texas A&M), Dr. John Adams (U of Southampton), Dr. Ed Harris (NMB)  and Dr.
Krum Batchvarov (Vasa Museum)

The 2011 Crew at Tuckers Point Resort

Warwick Team Members

Dr. Piotr Bojakowski, Co-Director of the Warwick Project; Archaeologist/Conservator for the National Museum of Bermuda and Institute of Nautical Archaeology Research Associate

Dr. Katie Custer-Bojakowski, Co-Director, Archaeologist at the National Museum of Bermuda and Institute of Nautical Archaeology Research Associate

Dr. Kevin Crisman of Texas A&M University

Dr. Jon Adams of Southampton University

Dr. Kroum Batchvarov, Institute of Nautical Archaeology

Dr. Edward C. Harris, FI’99 MBE, JP, Ph.D, FSA, Executive Director National Museum of Bermuda

Doug Inglis, Assistant Project Director, Ph.D. student, Texas A&M Nautical Archaeology Program

Mike Gilbart, Project Dive Safety Officer, Masters’s student, Texas A&M Nautical Archaeology Program

James Davidson, Project Marine Engineer

Rodrigo Torres, Ph.D. Candidate, Texas A&M Nautical Archaeology Program

Daniel K. Scott, Masters’s student, Texas A&M Nautical Archaeology Program

Maureen Merrigan, Masters’s student, Texas A&M Nautical Archaeology Program

Jason Paterniti, MN’10 , G-EOS Representative

Susana Vallejos, Volunteer

Leah M. Crisman, Volunteer

Zoe Brady, Volunteer

Robert Zuill, Project Videographer & Photographer

Special Thanks!

The project has only been possible with the logistical support of Tucker’s Point Dive and Watersports Center, National Museum of Bermuda and Rosewood Tucker’s Point Hotel and Spa. Financial support for the Warwick Project has been provided by National Geographic, the Global Exploration and Oceanographic Society, the Center for Maritime Archaeology and Conservation, the Institute of Nautical Archaeology, and the charitable donations of interested parties.

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Author:Doug Inglis: divingarchaeology.com

I study the archaeology of seaborne exploration and contact. I am passionate about public history and outreach, and write about nautical archaeology at http://divingarchaeology.com

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