The gun from HMS Anson outside the museum in Helston is the same type as the one we’ve been recording on the seabed… https://t.co/eAasFBcrtU
by @GibbinsDavid - yesterday
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by @GibbinsDavid - 6 days ago
I dug this 24 pounder from the sand today on the wreck of HMS Anson (1807) off Cornwall. It's a huge gun - three an… https://t.co/ftvalLjlSV
We've just rediscovered a wreck thought to be the East Indiaman the PRESIDENT, lost off Cornwall in 1684 with cargo… https://t.co/t99fcUke4F
by @GibbinsDavid - 7 days ago
The Neolithic mound of Silbury Hill viewed today from one of the sarsen stones of West Kennett long ...
by @DavidGibbinsAuthor - yesterday
Very nice to see a copy of my novel THE SWORD OF ATTILA in Waterstones in Truro in Cornwall, alongsi...
by @DavidGibbinsAuthor - 6 days ago
Jack Howard and his team (aka …) have just had a very exciting dive rediscovering a wreck thought to...
by @DavidGibbinsAuthor - 7 days ago
Lovely to see a tree full of bees, at this time when there is much concern over declining bee popula...
by @DavidGibbinsAuthor - 11 days ago