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Peter B.

Campbell
Maritime Archaeologist
EU/US Citizenship
peter.campbell@soton.ac.uk

EDUCATION
University of Southampton
PhD Candidate, Department of Archaeology
Thesis: “Innovation and Technological Change in the Archaeological Record”
Funded by the Southampton Marine and Maritime Institute
September 2011 to Present
East Carolina University
Master of Arts, Maritime Studies
Thesis: “The Development of Confederate Ship Construction”
Funded by North Carolina Sea Grant
December 2009
University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee
Bachelor of Arts, Anthropology
May 2006

CURRENT POSITIONS
Head Underwater Archaeologist (Supervisory)
Cave Archaeology Investigation and Research Network (CAIRN), St. Louis, Missouri, United States
September 2009 to Present
Director-at-Large, Maritime Archaeology (Supervisory)
Albanian Center for Martine Research, Saranda, Albania
July 2011 to Present
Research Associate
RPM Nautical Foundation, Key West, Florida, United States
January 2013 to Present

RESEARCH INTERESTS
maritime archaeology, innovation and technological change, ethics, illicit antiquities trade

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PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS
American Academy of Underwater Sciences (AAUS)
Archaeological Institute of America (AIA)
Cave Archaeology Investigation & Research Network (CAIRN), Board Member
Institute for Archaeologists Maritime Affairs Group (IfA MAG), Committee Member
National Speleological Society (NSS)
National Speleological Society Cave Diving Section (NSS-CDS)
Nautical Archaeology Society (NAS)
Nautical Research Guild (NRG)
Register of Professional Archaeologists (RPA)
Society for American Archaeology (SAA)
Society for American Archaeology Committee on Ethics (2011-2013)
Society for Historical Archaeology (SHA)

ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXPERIENCE
Educator, Shipwrecks and Submerged Worlds, Massive Open Online Course (MOOC)
University of Southampton and FutureLearn
April 2014 to June 2015
Demonstrator, 3D Printing Lab, Department of Engineering
University of Southampton
March 2014 to March 2015
Adjunct Faculty and Director, Underwater Sciences Field School (Supervisory)
Transylvania University, Illyrian Coastal Exploration Program, International Centre for Underwater Archaeology
(ICUA), Zadar, Croatia
July 2014
Adjunct Faculty and Director, Underwater Sciences Field School (Supervisory)
Transylvania University and Albanian Center for Marine Research, Saranda, Albania
July to August 2013
Adjunct Faculty and Director, Underwater Sciences Field School (Supervisory)
Transylvania University, Illyrian Coastal Exploration Program, International Centre for Underwater Archaeology
(ICUA), and Regional Center for Underwater Demining (RCUD), Zadar, Croatia, and Bijela, Montenegro
July 2013
Maritime Archaeologist, Joni Wreck Excavation (Supervisory)
East Carolina University and RPM Nautical Foundation, Saranda, Albania
July to August 2012
Adjunct Faculty and Director, Underwater Science Field School (Supervisory)
Transylvania University and Albanian Center for Marine Research, Saranda, Albania
July 2012
Maritime Archaeologist, Albanian Coastal Survey
RPM Nautical Foundation and Albanian Center for Marine Research, Saranda, Albania
July 2012
Maritime Archaeologist, Montenegrin Maritime Archaeological Research Project (Supervisory)
University of Southampton and Museum of Bar, Bar, Montenegro
June 2012

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Principal Investigator, Survey of Shipwreck 12PR640 (Supervisory)
CAIRN and Saint Xavier University, Gary, Indiana, United States
April 2012
Maritime Archaeologist, Montenegrin Maritime Archaeological Research Project
University of Southampton and Museum of Bar, Bar, Montenegro
September 2011
Co-PI, 3D Documentation and Elemental Analysis of the Battle of the Egadi Islands Artifacts (Supervisory)
CAIRN, RPM Nautical Foundation, and Favignana Museum, Favignana, Italy
August 2011
Co-PI, Advanced Non-Invasive In Situ Documentation of Balearic Bronze Age Mortuary Caves (Supervisory)
CAIRN and Ecomuseu Cap de Cavalleria, Menorca, Spain
August 2011
Maritime Archaeologist, Albanian Coastal Survey
RPM Nautical Foundation, Albanian Institute of Archaeology, and Ministry of Defense, Saranda, Albania
July 2011
Maritime Archaeologist, Pavlopetri Submerged City Excavation (Supervisory)
University of Nottingham and the Ephorate of Underwater Antiquities of the Hellenic Ministry of Culture, Neapolis,
Laconia, Greece
May to June 2011
Mass Spectrometry Technician II
Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States
October 2010 to April 2011
Deckhand, Historic Schooner Roseway
World Ocean School, Camden, Maine, United States
September 2010
Maritime Archaeologist, Albanian Coastal Survey
RPM Nautical Foundation, Albanian Institute of Archaeology, and Ministry of Defense, Saranda, Albania
June to July 2010
Maritime Archaeologist, Pavlopetri Submerged City Survey
University of Nottingham and the Ephorate of Underwater Antiquities of the Hellenic Ministry of Culture, Neapolis,
Laconia, Greece
May to June 2010
Visiting Research Scholar, H.L. Hunley Project
Warren Lasch Conservation Center, Clemson University, Charleston, South Carolina, United States
February to May 2010
Graduate Research Assistant to Calvin Mires, Staff Archaeologist
Program in Maritime Studies, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, United States
October to December 2009
Archaeological Survey of Bluefields Bay, Jamaica
Program in Maritime Studies, East Carolina University, Bluefields Bay, Jamaica
November 2009

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Researcher, Bermuda Salvage and Abandonment Archival Research
Program in Maritime Studies, East Carolina University, Hamilton, Bermuda
October 2009
Crew Chief, Elizabeth City Abandonment Survey (Supervisory)
North Carolina Sea Grant and East Carolina University, Elizabeth City, North Carolina, United States
March, August to September 2009
Crew Chief, Pee Dee River Archaeological Field School (Supervisory)
East Carolina University and South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology, Mars Bluff, SC, United States
May to June 2009
Graduate Research Assistant to Dr. Nathan Richards, Associate Professor
Program in Maritime Studies, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, United States
August 2007 to May 2009
Reconstruction of a 4th Century BC Merchant Vessel in Rhinoceros NURBS
RENCI Visualization Challenge, Greenville, North Carolina, United States
March 2009
Principal Investigator, Historic Ships CSS Jackson, CSS Chattahoochee, and Virginia Documentation (Supervisory)
North Carolina Sea Grant and East Carolina University, Columbus, Georgia, United States
November 2008, March 2009
Pungo River Abandoned Boat Recording Project
Program in Maritime Studies, East Carolina University, Belhaven, North Carolina, United States
March, October 2008
Student, Wrecks and Wrecking in Bermuda Archaeological Field School
Program in Maritime Studies, East Carolina University, St. George, Bermuda
September 2008
Conservation Volunteer, Queen Anne’s Revenge Project
QAR Conservation Lab, Greenville, North Carolina, United States
June to August 2008
Principal Investigator, CSS Neuse Recording Project (Supervisory)
North Carolina Sea Grant and East Carolina University, Kinston, North Carolina, United States
July to August 2008
Crew Chief, Historic Schooner Wawona Recording Project (Supervisory)
Northwest Seaport and East Carolina University, Seattle, Washington, United States
June to July 2008
Student, Black Bay, Bermuda, Archaeological Field School
Program in Maritime Studies, East Carolina University, Somerset, Bermuda
May to June 2008
Archaeologist, Temple Mount Sifting Project
Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel
December to January 2008
Student, Vasa Beakhead Recording Project
Vasamuseet and East Carolina University, Stockholm, Sweden
December 2007

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Maritime Archaeologist, Contentnea Creek and Neuse River Survey
East Carolina University, North Carolina, United States
November 2007
Senior Field Technician, Illinois Survey
URS Corporation, Decatur, Illinois, United States
July to August 2007
Archaeologist, Souskiou-Laona Chalcolithic Excavation
University of Edinburgh, Palaepaphos, Cyprus
March to April 2007
Senior Field Technician, Mississippi Survey
URS Corporation, Greenville, Mississippi, United States
October to December 2007
Student, Sanisera Roman Fort Excavation
Ecomuseu Cap de Cavelleria, Menorca, Spain
July 2006
Student, St. Eustatius Archaeological Field School
Saint Eustatius Center for Archaeological Research (SECAR), St. Eustatius, Netherlands Antilles
June 2006
Volunteer, Helike Excavation
Helike Foundation, Achaia, Greece
July 2005

REPORTS AND PUBLICATIONS
Campbell, Peter (ed.), 2015, The Archaeology of Underwater Caves. Southampton: Highfield Press.
Campbell, Peter, Derek Smith, Jeff Royal, Chris Begley, Petra Zdravković, and Derek Irwin, 2015, Maritime
Archaeology Training and Outreach in the Balkans. Bridging the Gap: Creating Maritime Research Communities,
British Archaeological Report Series. Oxford: Archeopress.
Campbell, Peter, 2015, MaritimeArchaeology.com: Creating a Community-Based Web Resource. Bridging the Gap:
Creating Maritime Research Communities, British Archaeological Report Series. Oxford: Archeopress.
Richards, Nathan, Peter Campbell, Joseph Hoyt, and Calvin Mires, 2015, The Myers Slip Vessel, Part 2: The
Archaeological Investigation of an M-Class Gunboat. Bermuda Journal of Archaeology and Maritime History, in press.
Campbell, Peter, 2013, The Illicit Antiquities Trade as a Transnational Criminal Network: Characterizing and
Anticipating the Trafficking of Cultural Heritage. International Journal of Cultural Property 20(2): 113-153.
Richards, Nathan and Peter Campbell, 2013, The Myers Slip Vessel, Part 1: The Historical Significance of the M-Class
Gunboats. Bermuda Journal of Archaeology and Maritime History 20(1): 182-204.
Campbell, Peter, 2013, Phase I Survey of 12-PR 640/Unknown Shipwreck #4. Report prepared for the Indiana
Department of Natural Resources, Division of Historic Preservation and Archaeology.
Campbell, Peter, 2012, A Roman Type IVB Wooden Anchor Found in the Corfu Channel, Albania. International
Journal of Nautical Archaeology 41(2): 411-416.
Campbell, Peter, 2010, Transformations in Conceptual Approaches to Ship Construction: Development of the
Confederate Inland Ironclads. ACUA Underwater Archaeology Proceedings, Chris Horrell and Melanie Damour,
editors, 68-75.

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Jones, Jennifer E. and Peter Campbell, 2010, Vindicating John L. Porter: Analyzing the Effectiveness of the Chief
Naval Constructor. ACUA Underwater Archaeology Proceedings, Chris Horrell and Melanie Damour, editors, 76-82.
Campbell, Peter, 2010, High Tech on a Budget: Recording Maritime Cultural Heritage Using a Total Station,
RhinoPhoto, and Rhinoceros NURBS. CAA 2009 Conference Online Proceedings, CAA2009.org.
Campbell, Peter, 2009, The Development of Confederate Ship Construction: An Archaeological and Historical
Investigation of Confederate Ironclads Neuse and Jackson. Master’s thesis, Maritime Studies, Department of History,
East Carolina University, OCLC #526629794.
Campbell, Peter, 2008, SS William Rockefeller and the Battle of the Atlantic. Report prepared for the Underwater
Archaeology Branch, Kure Beach, North Carolina.
Richards, Nathan, Calvin Mires, Joseph Hoyt, and Peter Campbell, 2008, Report of Maritime Archaeological Survey:
The Myers Slip Vessel (Suspected Remains of the HMS Medway), Bermuda. Report prepared for WEC Limited and the
Bermuda Custodian of Historic Wrecks.
Campbell, Peter, 2008, Survey of a North Carolina Vernacular Shrimp Boat, UAU 0029 PUR, Bradley Creek,
Belhaven, North Carolina. Report prepared for the Underwater Archaeology Branch, Kure Beach, North Carolina.
Campbell, Peter, 2008, Book Review of Viking Navigation. Nautical Research Journal, Vol. 53, No. 3.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Educator, MOOC Course, Shipwrecks and Submerged Worlds: Exploring Maritime Archaeology
University of Southampton
March 2014 to April 2015
Lecture, ARCH 6122 Ancient Seafaring, Seafaring in Conflict: Warships and Naval Warfare
University of Southampton
March 2015
Lecture, ARCH 6120 Heritage Management, Treasure Hunting, Looting, and the Illicit Trade in Antiquities
University of Southampton
February 2015
Adjunct Faculty, ANTH 3204 Maritime Archaeology and Coastal Ecology Field School in Albania
Transylvania University
June 2014
Lectures: Introduction to Maritime Archaeology, Underwater Recording Methods, Experimental Archaeology, Artifact
Recording, Survey Methods, Cultural Landscapes, Digital and 3D Methods in Archaeology, Professional Development
and Digital Identity
Lecture, ARCH 6122 Ancient Seafaring, Seafaring in Conflict: Warships and Naval Warfare
University of Southampton
March 2014
Adjunct Faculty, ANTH 3204 Maritime Archaeology and Coastal Ecology Field School in Albania
Transylvania University
July-August 2013
Lectures: Introduction to Maritime Archaeology, Underwater Recording Methods, Experimental Archaeology, Artifact
Recording, Survey Methods, The Archaeology of Underwater Caves, Cultural Landscapes, Digital and 3D Methods in
Archaeology

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Adjunct Faculty, ANTH 3204 Maritime Archaeology and Coastal Ecology Field School in Croatia and Montenegro
Transylvania University
July 2013
Lectures: Introduction to Maritime Archaeology, Site Types in Maritime Archaeology, Cultural Landscapes, Ship
Construction, The Archaeology of Underwater Caves, Building a Career: Grant Writing, CVs, Cover Letters, and
Creating an Online Presence
Lecturer, ARCH 6022 Ancient Seafaring, Naval Warfare and Rams in the 1st Millennium BC
University of Southampton
April 2013
Year 8 Introduction to Archaeology
University of Southampton
January 2013
Adjunct Faculty, ANTH 3204 Maritime Archaeology and Coastal Ecology Field School
Transylvania University
July 2012
Lectures: Introduction to Maritime Archaeology, Field Methods for Maritime Archaeology, Remote Sensing, Site
Prospection through Understanding Landscapes, Excavation Methods, Artifact Recording, Ship Construction
Staff, HIST5530 Field School in Underwater Research
East Carolina University
May to June 2009
Graduate Assistant, HIST6820 Research Methods in Nautical Archaeology
East Carolina University
January to May 2009

INVITED LECTURES
“Underwater Cultural Property: Looting and Trafficking”
9th International Symposium on the Theft of and Illicit Traffic in Works of Art, Cultural Property and Antiquities
INTERPOL, Lyon, France
March 11, 2015
Featured Presenter, “Shipwrecks and Submerged Worlds: Exploring Maritime Archaeology”
National Oceanography Centre, Marine Life Lecture Series, Southampton, UK
September 29, 2014
“Antiquities Trafficking Networks: Qualitative and Quantitative Perspectives”
Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), Vienna, Austria
June 10, 2014
Featured Presenter, “Ethical Issues in Maritime Archaeology in Remote and Developing Regions”
Oxford Centre for Maritime Archaeology, Oxford University, UK
May 22, 2014
Featured Presenter, “Loss of the Humanities: Addressing the Impact of Funding Cuts and the Current Research
Framework in the Social Sciences”
Rotary Club, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States
November 9, 2010
Featured Presenter, “CSS Neuse Fieldwork and Reconstruction”
Kinston Power Squadron, Kinston, North Carolina, United States
November 2, 2008

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Featured Presenter, “Regalskeppet Vasa: History and Recovery”
North Carolina Maritime Museum, Beaufort, North Carolina, United States
March 29, 2008

CONFERENCE PAPERS
Shipwrecks and Submerged Worlds
Paper presented to the Southampton Marine and Maritime Institute in 2014, primary author
Innovation in Technology and Society: Insight from Archaeology
Paper presented to the 2014 Sea Lines of Communications conference hosted by SMMI, primary author
Social Aspects of Technology and the Ancient Warship Ram
Poster presented to University of Southampton’s 2014 Interdisciplinary Week, sponsored by SMMI, primary author
Underwater Cave Research in Albania: Ritual Use of the Blue Eye Spring
Paper presented to the 2012 Society for American Archaeology Conference, primary author
Using Mass Spectrometry to Identify Molecular Wood Remains for Ship Construction Research
Paper presented to the 2012 Society for Historical Archaeology Conference, primary author
[Film] Crossroads of Antiquity: Shipwrecks of the Albanian Coastal Survey
Film presented to the 2011 Archaeology Channel International Film and Video Festival, director
[Film] Before Atlantis: Enigma of the Sunken City at Pavlopetri, Greece
Film presented to the 14th International Underwater Film Festival, Belgrade, Serbia, director
Archaeology and Cultural Identity: The Role of Maritime Cultural Heritage in Shaping Modern Local, Regional,
National, and Ethnic Identities
Paper presented to the 2011 Society for Historical Archaeology Conference, primary author
Vasa’s Beakhead: Construction, Support, and Use
Paper presented to the 2010 North American Society for Oceanic History Conference, primary author
Possible Ritual Use of Canoes in Keener Cave, Missouri
Paper presented to the 2010 Society for American Archaeology Conference, primary author
The Development of the Confederate Diamond Hull Ironclad
Paper presented to 2010 Society for Historical Archaeology Conference, primary author
Vindicating John L. Porter: Analyzing the Effectiveness of the Chief Naval Constructor
Paper presented to 2010 Society for Historical Archaeology Conference, co-author with Jennifer Jones
Hi-Tech and Low-Cost Recording: Total Station, Rhino CAD, and RhinoPhoto
Paper presented to 2009 Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology Conference, primary author
Archaeological Applications of RhinoPhoto
Paper presented to 2009 Society for Historical Archaeology Conference, primary author with Eric Ray
Three-Dimensional Documentation of Vasa III: Hull Structure
Paper presented to 2009 Society for Historical Archaeology Conference, co-author with Amy Leuchtmann
The Myers Slip Vessel: Archaeological and Historical Investigation of a Medina-Class Gunboat, St. Georges, Bermuda
Paper presented to 2009 Society for Historical Archaeology Conference, co-author with Dr. Nathan Richards.

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SYMPOSIA ORGANIZATION
Chair and Discussant, Beyond the Sea
Centre for Maritime Archaeology, University of Southampton, 2015
Balkan Maritime Archaeology Symposium and Workshop
Shkoder, Albania, organizer and discussant, 2012
Submerged Cave Archaeology: Methods, Theory, and Recent Findings
Session at the 2012 Society for American Archaeology Conference, organizer and discussant
Confederate Shipbuilding
Session at 2010 Society for Historical Archaeology Conference, organizer with Dr. Lynn Harris
Computer Applications in Maritime Sites
Session at 2009 Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology Conference, session co-chair

GRANTS AND AWARDS
Brumfit-Mitchell Award, University of Southampton
Fall 2014
Honor Frost Foundation, Fall 2012
Jon Henderson, Peter Campbell, and Jeff Royal, Digitally Analysis of the Egadi Islands Battle Site
University of Southampton, Humanities Travel Funding, Fall 2013
Primary Author, Warship Rams in Museum Collections
University of Southampton, Humanities Development Grant, Fall 2013
Primary Author, Centre for Maritime Archaeology Research Group
University of Southampton, Humanities Travel Funding, Summer 2013
Primary Author, Maritime Technology and the Roman Warship Ram
Explorer’s Club, Exploration Fund, Spring 2013
Primary Author, The Ascent of Rome: Understanding the Role of Maritime Technology in Rome’s Rise to Dominance
Academic Loan Grant, Breuckmann GmbH, Spring 2013
Primary Author, Digitally Recording Ancient Warships
Historical Metallurgy Society, Coghlan Bequest, Spring 2013
Primary Author, Bronze Casting in the 3rd Century BC
Honor Frost Foundation, Fall 2012
Primary Author with Jon Henderson (corresponding author) and Jeff Royal, Digitally Recording a Submerged Naval
Battlefield from the First Punic War
Southampton Marine and Maritime Institute PhD Studentship, Fall 2012
Primary Author, Social Aspects of Maritime Technology and the Roman Warship Ram
Titan Dive Gear, Summer 2012
Primary Author, Documenting Albania’s Underwater Landscapes
University of Southampton, Humanities Travel Fund, Spring 2012
Primary Author, Social Aspects of Maritime Trade During Roman Adriatic Hegemony

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National Speleological Society International Exploration Grant, Fall 2011
Primary Author, Caves of Menorca, Balearic Islands, Spain
Missouri Humanities Council, Spring 2011
Primary Author, High Precision Elemental Analysis for Cave Archaeology
Olympus Innov-X pXRF Academic Loan Grant, Spring 2011
Primary Author, Advanced Non-Invasive Methods for In Situ Documentation of Cultural Materials in Remote Locations
National Speleological Society Research Committee, Spring 2011
Primary Author, 3D Documentation of the Caves of Menorca, Spain
East Carolina University Travel Grant, Spring 2010
Primary Author, Confederate Shipbuilding Symposium
North Carolina Sea Grant, Spring 2008
Primary Author, Re-evaluation of Compromised Archaeological Sites: Case Study of the Confederate Ironclad Neuse

CERTIFICATIONS
Principal Investigator, Federal Qualified Professional Roster, Indiana DNR
AAUS Scientific Diver (East Carolina University)
Laboratory Chemical Safety (Medical College of Wisconsin)
Department of Interior Motorboat Operator (MOCC)
Fieldwork Health and Safety (University of Southampton)
International Drivers License (AAA)
PADI Open Water Diver
NAUI Nitrox Diver
NACD Cavern Diver
Oxygen Administration
Olympus Innov-X pXRF Operator
First Aid and CPR

TECHNOLOGY AND SOFTWARE
Equipment
UP Plus 2 3D Printer
Single Quadrupole Electrospray Mass Spectrometer (Agilent)
Triple Quadrupole MS/MS Mass Spectrometer (Waters)
Fourier Transform Mass Spectrometer
High Pressure Liquid Chromatographer (Waters and Agilent)
Portable X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometer (Olympus pXRF)
UV/IR Fluorescence Photography
Breuckmann Structured Light Scanner
Sector Scan Sonar
Sidescan Sonar
Magnetometer
DSLR Camera (Nikon and Canon)
Total Station (TopCon and Leica) with TDS Recon Unit
Sokkia Reflectorless Total Station
GPS (Garmin)
PPM Analyzer
Motorboat (6-22 feet)
pH Probe and Corrometer
Compressor (Air and Nitrox)
Dredge

Software
Adobe Creative Suite 5 with Photoshop
Microsoft Office 14.0.2
ArcGIS 10.0
GeoMagic 11.0
Breuckmann OptoCat
Rhinoceros NURBS 4.0
RhinoPhoto 1.2
Flamingo 2.0
Site Recorder 4.0
ChemStation 10.2
MassLynx 4.0

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HONORS
Southampton Marine and Maritime Institute Studentship 2012-2014
Brumfit-Mitchell Award 2014, University of Southampton
North Carolina Sea Grant 2008 Maritime Heritage Fellow
Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society
Golden Key International Honor Society
Eagle Scout, Boy Scouts of America

References Available Upon Request

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