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18th century diving apparatus

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18th century diving apparatus

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One of a series of six illustrations showing the operation of an early diving 'machine' or suit, from 'A Demonstration of the Diving Engine' by Jacob Rowe, which is the first known treatise on diving in English. Rowe was a sea captain, inventor, engineer, author and diver.

  • Image ref: C5697-4
  • National Maritime Museum

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