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|Title:||Palaeogeographic evolution of the coastal zone of Byblos (Lebanon, Eastern Mediterranean), using marine remote sensing techniques|
|Other Titles:||Παλαιογεωγραφική εξέλιξη της παράκτιας ζώνης της Βύβλου (Λίβανος, Ανατολική Μεσόγειο), με τη χρήση ηχοβολιστικών μέσων|
|Abstract:||Byblos has been the most inhabited place through the ages, so it is a key region in understanding the development and the evolution of seafaring and shipping, providing one of the richest and most continuous maritime archaeological records in the Mediterranean. Archaeological surveys have shown a continuous contact of Byblos people with Egyptians. The Egyptians were in need of cedar wood which was plentiful in Byblos area, in trade of Egyptian pottery, palettes, jars, copper ores and artifacts.|
|Appears in Collections:||Τμήμα Γεωλογίας (ΜΔΕ)|
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