A-submarine aircraft carrier on the seabed of Hawaii Had been located during the last summer, but the news has only now been made official: 700 meters deep off the coast of Oahu, Hawaii Islands, lies the wreck of one of the most unique naval units of the Second World War. It is dell'I400, a giant submarine launched by the Imperial Japanese Navy, capable of carrying three aircraft flying boats in the darkness of the deep sea, and launch them, once emerged, a short distance from the coast of the enemy.
HEREFORD CATHEDRAL: THE BISHOP'S CHAPEL OF ST. KATHERINE AND ST. MARY MAGDALENE By NORMAN DRINKWATER A centrally planned two-storey building of the late 11th century in England is sufficiently remarkable to warrant the most careful study ; all the more surprising is the comparative neglect of the Bishop's Chapel of St. Katherine and St. Mary Magdalene in the precinct of Hereford Cathedral when it is remembered that this is the only Anglo-Norman chapel of the kind known to have been built in this country.1
The Bodleian Libraries of the University of Oxford and the Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana (Vatican Library) have joined efforts in a landmark digitization project with the aim of opening up their repositories of ancient texts. Over the course of the next four years, 1.5 million pages from their remarkable collections will be made freely available online to researchers and to the general public.