A blanket of fine sand miraculously preserved three-quarters of the 45-foot-long wood hull of this fourth-century B.C. Greek ship, now on display in the Kyrenia Castle in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus. The sunken ship was discovered in 1965 by a sponge diver about a mile off the coast of Kyrenia. More than 400 amphoras containing wine from Rhodes and oil from Samos were recovered from the site, along with thousands of almonds, probably harvested on Cyprus.