University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Athropology

Author: Arthur C. Clarke

Ceylon and the Underwater Archaeologist

By: Arthur C. Clarke

Ceylon, where I have lived since 1956, is almost a virgin territory for the underwater archaeologist. My partner, Mike Wilson, and I first became aware of this when skin-diving off the great harbor of Trincomalee, on the east coast of the island. We were exploring some two hundred yards from a precipitous headland known as […]