Episode 19: The Western Antalya Wreck

The best part of exploration medicine is field work. Dana Levin was invited to be part of the Institute for Nautical Archeology’s excavation of what may be the oldest shipwreck ever found in the Mediterranean. Come along with us and listen in to the challenges, excitement, and medicine of field work…

3D model of an Ancient Phoenician Trading Vessel Likely Similar to the Western Antalya Wreck  Credit: Aysenur Toksöz, Archeology Master’s Student with Akdeniz University, Turkey

3D model of an Ancient Phoenician Trading Vessel Likely Similar to the Western Antalya Wreck

Credit: Aysenur Toksöz, Archeology Master’s Student with Akdeniz University, Turkey


Dr. Dana Levin at the Oxygen decompression station beneath the Virazon II research Vessel.

Dr. Dana Levin at the Oxygen decompression station beneath the Virazon II research Vessel.


 

3D model of an Ancient Phoenician Trading Vessel Likely Similar to the Western Antalya Wreck  Credit: Aysenur Toksöz, Archeology Master’s Student with Akdeniz University, Turkey


3D model of an Ancient Phoenician Trading Vessel Likely Similar to the Western Antalya Wreck

Credit: Aysenur Toksöz, Archeology Master’s Student with Akdeniz University, Turkey