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Marx became a diving specialist in the United States Marine Corps in 1953. He has since made over 5,000 dives[2] and has authored over 800 reports/articles and 59 books on history, archaeology, shipwrecks and exploration.[3]

Marx and his wife, Jenifer, live in Indialantic, Florida. They are co-authors of several non-fiction books.

He was a founding member of the Council on Underwater Archaeology and of the Sea Research Society and served on the Society's Board of Advisors. In 1972 he participated in the creation of the research/professional degree of Doctor of Marine Histories.[4]

Marx has written extensively about the concept of White Gods. Marx came to the conclusion that White Gods "figure in almost every indigenous culture in the Americas."[5][6]

Marx was made a Knight-commander in the Order of Isabella the Catholic by the Spanish government for his re-enactment in the Niña II of Christopher Columbus' first voyage of exploration.

Bibliography                               

  • They Found Treasure: [interviews] by Robert Forrest Burgess (New York : Dodd, Mead, ©1977) ISBN 0-396-07450-2, OCLC 2797871
  • In Quest of the Great White Gods: contact between the Old and New World from the dawn of history by Robert F Marx and Jenifer Marx (New York : Crown, ©1992) ISBN 0-517-58270-8, ISBN 978-0-517-58270-1, OCLC 24065049
  • Readings in Physical Anthropology and Archaeology by David E Hunter and Phillip Whitten (New York : Harper & Row, ©1978) ISBN 0-06-043023-0, ISBN 978-0-06-043023-8, OCLC: 4004685
  • Spence's Guide to South Carolina : diving, 639 shipwrecks (1520-1813), saltwater sport fishing, recreational shrimping, crabbing, oystering, clamming, saltwater aquarium, 136 campgrounds, 281 boat landings by E. Lee Spence, (Nelson Southern Printing, Sullivan's Island, S.C.: Spence, ©1976) OCLC: 2846435
  • Always Another Adventure, by Robert F Marx (Cleveland, World Pub. Co., 1967) OCLC 1355136
  • Shipwrecks of the Virgin Islands, 1523-1825 by Robert F Marx; Edward L Towle and the Caribbean Research Institute (St. Thomas, V.I., Caribbean Research Institute, 1969) OCLC: 209714
  • The Search for Sunken Treasure: Exploring the world's great shipwrecks by Robert F Marx and Jenifer Marx (Toronto : Key-Porter Books, ©1993) ISBN 1-55013-418-3, ISBN 978-1-55013-418-6, ISBN 1-55013-497-3, ISBN 978-1-55013-497-1, OCLC 28018648
  • Treasure Lost at Sea : Diving to the world's great shipwrecks by Robert F Marx and Jenifer Marx (Buffalo, N.Y. : Firefly Books, ©2003) ISBN 1-55297-872-9,ISBN 978-1-55297-872-6, OCLC 54464113
  • The Battle of the Spanish Armada 1588 by Robert F Marx (Cleveland, World Pub. Co., ©1965) OCLC 920618
  • Still More Adventures by Robert F Marx (Mason/Charter, 1976) ISBN 0-88405-359-8 OCLC 2332224
  • Sea Fever by Robert F Marx (Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1972) OCLC 393700
  • Port Royal Rediscovered by Robert F Marx (Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1973) ISBN 0-385-08296-7, ISBN 978-0-385-08296-9, OCLC 613717
  • The Underwater Dig: an introduction to marine archaeology by Robert F Marx (New York : H.Z. Walck, 1975) ISBN 0-8098-3536-3, OCLC: 1504496
  • Shipwrecks of the Western Hemisphere, 1492-1825 by Robert F Marx (New York, World Pub. Co., 1971) OCLC 207459
  • The Lure of Sunken Treasure: under the sea with marine archaeologists and treasure hunters by Robert F Marx (New York, McKay, 1973) OCLC 714464
  • Into the Deep : the history of man's underwater exploration by Robert F Marx (Van Nostrand Reinhold, ©1978) ISBN 0-442-80386-9, ISBN 978-0-442-80386-5,OCLC: 3844466
  • Encyclopedia of Western Atlantic Shipwrecks and Sunken Treasure by Victoria Sandz and Robert F Marx (Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland, ©2001) ISBN 0-7864-1018-3, OCLC 46836931
  • The World's Richest Shipwrecks by Robert F Marx and Jenifer Marx (Toronto: Key Porter Books, 2005) ISBN 1-55263-656-9, OCLC 60369569
  • Treasures from the Sea: Exploring the world's great shipwrecks by Robert F Marx and Jenifer Marx (Toronto: Key Porter Books, 2003) ISBN 1-55263-207-5, [ OCLC 52039638]
  • The treasure fleets of the Spanish Main by Robert F Marx (Cleveland, World Pub. Co., 1968) OCLC 448399
  • The Battle of Lepanto, 1571 by Robert F Marx (Cleveland, World Pub. Co., 1966) OCLC 1349558
  • They Dared the Deep; a history of diving by Robert F Marx (Cleveland, World Pub. Co., 1967) OCLC 1354152
  • Following Columbus; the voyage of the Nina II by Robert F Marx (Cleveland, World Pub. Co., ©1964) OCLC: 1413847
  • Buried Treasure of the United States: how and where to locate hidden wealth by Robert F Marx (New York : McKay, ©1978) ISBN 0-679-50795-7, ISBN 978-0-679-50795-6, [ OCLC: 3203427]
  • Buried treasures you can find : over 7500 locations in all 50 states by Robert F Marx (Dallas, TX : Ram Books, ©1993)ISBN 0915920824, ISBN 978-0-915920-82-2, OCLC: 29561608
  • Shipwrecks in Florida Waters : a billion dollar graveyard by Robert F Marx (Chuluota, Fla.: Mickler House, 1985, ©1979) ISBN 0-913122-51-3, OCLC 13651406
  • The History of Underwater Exploration by Robert F Marx (New York : Dover Publications, 1990) ISBN 0-486-26487-4, OCLC 21563447
  • In the Wake of Galleons by Robert F Marx (Flagstaff, AZ: Best Pub. Co., ©2001) ISBN 0-941332-95-0, OCLC 49311568
  • Clay smoking pipes recovered from the sunken city of Port Royal October 1, 1967-March 31, 1968 by Robert F Marx; Jamaica National Trust Commission (Kingston, Jamaica National Trust Commission, 1968) OCLC 121031

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Please, find below this week’s nautical news. Special thanks to Chelsea Colwell-Pasch for compiling this week’s news and to Britt Burton, Jose Luis Casaban, David Cowan, Susan Langley, Rachel Quick, Ulrica Söderlind, and Dave Meadows’ Explorator team for sending in news items. To subscribe [or unsubscribe] to the Nautical News Weekly Update please go to:https://listserver.flinders.edu.au/mailman/listinfo/nauticalnewsweekly

 

1)               Protector update.

http://maritime.historysa.com.au/content/protector

 

2)              102-year-old ship became a floating forest.

http://memolition.com/2013/07/07/102-year-old-ship-became-a-floating-forest-6-pictures/

 

3)              Archaeologists find signs of war of 1812 shipwreck.

http://articles.courant.com/2013-09-30/news/hc-essex-shipwreck-0929-20130928_1_jerry-roberts-essex-raid-connecticut-river-museum

 

4)              Fort's timbers brought back to NY for display.

http://troyrecord.com/articles/2013/10/05/news/doc524fc7f636be7061925588.txt

http://www.timesargus.com/article/20131005/NEWS03/710059889

http://www.timesunion.com/news/article/Old-fort-s-timbers-brought-back-for-display-4870394.php

 

5)              Cave divers attempt to explore dangerous blue hole.

http://www.weather.com/sports-rec/santa-rosa-blue-hole-remains-unexplored-cave-divers-photos-20131002

 

6)              Dig that radio.

http://www.splashpensacolabeach.com/news/2013-10-01/Fun_Feed/Dig_That_Radio.html

 

7)              Lake Superior shipwreck find Scotiadoc is Great Lakes’ deepest.

http://www.twincities.com/localnews/ci_24251914/lake-superior-shipwreck-find-scotiadoc-is-great-lakes

http://www.inforum.com/event/article/id/414319/group/homepage/

 

8)              Feds' proposal for Great Lakes shipwreck sanctuary could inadvertently block commercial shipping.

http://www.cleveland.com/open/index.ssf/2013/10/feds_proposal_for_great_lakes.html

 

9)              Shipwreck site dedicated as state's first underwater preserve.

http://www.nwitimes.com/news/local/porter/duneland/chesterton/shipwreck-site-dedicated-as-state-s-first-underwater-preserve/article_def0577b-51ee-5b70-b933-0954bca25692.html

 

10)           Dunes shipwreck named nature preserve.

http://posttrib.suntimes.com/news/porter/22847591-418/dunes-shipwreck-named-nature-preserve.html

 

11)            Erosion threatens Canada’s coastal sites.

http://www.archaeology.org/news/1371-131007-canada-newfoundland-coast-erosion

 

12)           Iñupiat sod house excavated in Alaska.

http://www.archaeology.org/news/1370-131007-alaska-inupiat-midden

 

13)           Historic tugboat sinks, spills fuel.

http://www.maritime-executive.com/article/Historic-Tugboat-Sinks-Spills-Fuel-2013-10-03/

 

14)           Shipwreck offers unique opportunity for study.

http://www.northumberlandgazette.co.uk/news/local-news/shipwreck-offers-unique-opportunity-for-study-1-6119465

 

15)           The last flying pencil.

http://www.archaeology.org/issues/103-1309/trenches/1155-english-channel-luftwaffe-dornier-recovered

 

16)           How to conserve three 16th century bronze breech blocks in plain English!

http://nauticalarch.org/blogs/finisterre/2013/10/04/how-to-conserve-three-16th-century-bronze-breech-blocks-in-plain-english/

 

17)           NAS 2013 Annual Conference – 2nd November 2013.

http://www.nauticalarchaeologysociety.org/content/nas-2013-annual-conference-%E2%80%93-2nd-november-2013

 

18)           World's oldest boatyard where prehistoric man built huge canoes 4,000 years ago discovered under area earmarked for new housing estate.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2441321/Monmouth-Worlds-oldest-boatyard-discovered-area-earmarked-housing-estate.html#ixzz2h6TFukLJ

 

19)           Robotic snakes slither their way into ancient archaeology.

http://www.forbes.com/sites/brucedorminey/2013/09/30/robotic-snakes-sliver-their-way-into-ancient-archaeology/

 

20)          Ottoman-era cistern discovered in Istanbul.

http://www.archaeology.org/news/1362-131003-istanbul-nuruosmaniye-cistern

 

21)           Spain nets $1 million in fees in sunken treasure case.

http://www.courthousenews.com/2013/09/30/61613.htm

 

22)          Odyssey Marine Exploration official judgment of 25 September 2013.

http://legaltimes.typepad.com/files/odyssey.pdf

 

23)          Silver bullion from sunken WWII ship makes it to the Mint at last.

http://www.theguardian.com/science/2013/sep/29/silver-bullion-sunken-wwii-ship-royal-mint

http://www.coinweek.com/treasure-2/impressive-silver-ingots-recovered-torpedoed-wwii-freighter-gairsoppa-now-available-monaco/

 

24)          Shipwreck treasure-recovery efforts could resume in 2014.

http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/local/2013/10/05/shipwreck-treasure-recovery-efforts-could-resume-in-2014.html

 

25)          Court ruling allows lawsuit involving Ohio treasure hunter who found shipwreck to proceed.

http://www.dailyjournal.net/view/story/0468fccdc5c0426bb1ef44daf6564f35/OH--Treasure-Dispute/#.UlOMtIZmim4

 

   
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