The excavation and Recovery of a Third Century Shipwreck. 

M. Rule and J. Monaghan.

Paperback, 157 pp. b/w illustrated. Guernsey Museum Monograph no. 5.1993.

The Gallo-Roman shipwreck discovered in 1982 at the entrance to St Peter Port harbour provides us with unique evidence for the construction of sea-going vessels built in the Celtic tradition. The ship, known locally as 'Asterix', bears a striking resemblance to those of the Veneti as described by Caesar. The archaeological investigation was undertaken by Dr Margaret Rule CBE, internationally known for her work on the Henry VIII's warship the Mary Rose.
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