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A website about ancient ports and harbo(u)rs
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http://www.ancientportsantiques.com/

Greez


Simplex
Siggi K.
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#2
Looks highly interesting. Quantification has become such a vogue in history. Common dialogue these days:
A: Nah, the Romans were such under-achievers, deplorable, miserable bunch.
B: We know they did built at least 900 bridges, 660 aqueducts and 2000+ harbours.
A: .......have to go, forgot the turkey in the oven!

Case over, argument won.
Stefan (Literary references to the discussed topics are always appreciated.)
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#3
While we're at it :
http://www.deguwa.org/?id=20
That's SKYLLIS, Magazine of the German Society For Underwater Archeology (DEGUWA)
or better: it's archived back-issues.


Enjoy

Simplex
Siggi K.
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