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Treasure of the Atocha (edition 1986)

by R. Duncan Mathewson

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This work details a 16-year undersea adventure and search for a fabulous treasure. The history of the search is brought to life as an archaeological jigsaw puzzle gradually coming together and an insider's account of the controversy raging over who should have access to the shipwrecks.
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Title:Treasure of the Atocha
Authors:R. Duncan Mathewson
Info:E P Dutton (1986), Edition: New edition, Hardcover, 192 pages
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Treasure of Atocha: A Four Hundred Million Dollar Archaeological Adventure by R. Duncan Mathewson III

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This was a fantastic book. Anybody who has followed The Atocha knows that Mel Fisher found the biggest sunken treasure ever found. The best part of this book is that it explains the journey of what it took to find the treasure and how one man and his vision of finding the treasure made it come to reality. The pictures in this book are exceptional and the writing is amazing. It makes you feel as though you are part of the find for the treasure.
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This work details a 16-year undersea adventure and search for a fabulous treasure. The history of the search is brought to life as an archaeological jigsaw puzzle gradually coming together and an insider's account of the controversy raging over who should have access to the shipwrecks.

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