Uluburun Shipwreck Report
Before we get started with the real info, I would like to tell you a little bit about how I got my information. I used a site similar to the format of google and it's called duck duck go! I saw after I searched turkey shipwrecks in the 1400s, and then the ULUBURUN shipwreck showed up. I did some searching through some articles with that. Then I found a site that I was familiar with that was …show more content…
It looked like some type of large goblet/vase. It ended up being a
Canaanite jar. This was the type of thing that was on the Uluburun shipwreck. Other things that were on the ship are: different types of ingots,(def. A block of some kind of metal, such as, Iron,
Copper, Silver, or Gold), food, such as almonds and other nuts, pomegranates, olives, grapes, and wheat. Some of the weapons that were included on board were: Daggers, Arrowheads, spearheads, maces, swords, axes, and a various amount of tools. There were lots of gold and silver objects, such as: a gold scarab inscribed in it is the name of the Egyptian queen Nefertiti.
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This Report was about The Uluburun ship. It was filled with facts like the type of food that was on the ships, like nuts and berries. There were also facts about how long the ship was, how much weight it could hold, who found the ship, where it was found, who found it, what the ship was called, when it was found, and why it was found, well they found it by accident. Thank you for reading my report with the behind the scenes facts on the Uluburun