Mainly ceramic pieces found in WWII wrecks


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  • Saturday, 18 Feb 2017

KOTA KINABALU: The salvage of three World War II wrecks involving Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS) has led to the recovery of 137 items comprising mainly ceramic pie­ces such as bowls.

UMS released a list of items recovered from the wrecks at Usukan Bay, near Kota Belud, amid persistent questions of whether there were more to be salvaged than just marine archaeological research.

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