Courses of the Department of Maritime Civilizations


Prof. M. Artzy      - Coastal archaeology

Prof. M. Artzy      - From sea to desert, trade in the ancient world

Mr. S. Eisenberg    - Maritime metallurgy

Dr. G. Finkelstein  - Maritime trade in the Hellenistic Period

Dr. G. Finkelstein  - Selected problems in maritime trade in the Hellenistic Period

Dr. H. Goren        - Mapping of the coasts of the Holy Land in the 16th-19th centuries

Dr. H. Goren        - Maritime roads to the Holy Land in traveler's literature

Dr. N. Kashtan      - The sea and navigation in the Graeco-Roman Period

Dr. N. Kashtan      - Maritime Israel in the Hasmonean Period

Dr. D. Kerem        - Marine mammals and man

Dr. H. Khalilieh    - Islamic maritime civilizations in the 7th-9th centuries in Israel

Dr. H. Khalilieh    - Islamic maritime law in the early Middle Ages

Mr. Y. Kahanov      - Ancient ships: their construction and preservation

Prof. Y. Mart       - The earth's structural patterns

Prof. Y. Mart       - Marine geology

Prof. Y. Mart       - Sea-levels and ancient climates

Prof. Y. Mart       - Research methodology in marine geology

Prof. Y. Mart       - Problems in coastal geomorphology

Mr. E. Marcus       - Introduction to maritime activity in Antiquity

Mr. E. Marcus & Mr. Y. Kahanov   -  Ancient sea voyages - analyses and reconstruction

Mr. E. Marcus       - The sea and the ancient civilizations of the Mediterranean

Mr. E. Marcus       - Urbanization processes and maritime trade in the Middle Bronze Age

Prof. A. Raban      - Introduction to marine archaeology

Prof. A. Raban      - Maritime Caesarea

Prof. A. Raban      - Survey and research methods along the coast and at sea

Prof. A. Raban      - Sea level changes based on archaeological data

Prof. A. Raban      - Development of the commercial amphora until the Roman period

Prof. A. Raban      - The harbors of the Mediterranean before the classical era

Prof. A. Raban      - The harbors of the Mediterranean to the end of antiquity

Prof. A. Raban      - Development of shipbuilding in the ancient Near East until the end of the Bronze Age

Prof. A. Raban      - Development of shipbuilding in the ancient Near East until the end of the Roman period

Dr. D. Sivan        - Earth materials used by man: in the past as in the present

Dr. D. Sivan        - Mediterranean coast of Israel in the Quaternary

Dr. D. Sivan        - Basic concepts of geology and coastal geomorphology

Dr. D. Sivan        - Quaternary research methods and dating Dr. D. Sivan Field camp - Coastal processes

Dr. D. Sivan        - Changes in the Israeli coastal environment in the Quaternary as a background to human settlement

Dr. S. Shalev        - History of the archaeological research of ancient Mediterranean cultures

Dr. S. Shalev        - Ancient crafts and production methods in the Mediterranean basin

Dr. S. Shalev        - Metal production and trade in the Mediterranean basin

Prof. E. Spanier     - General oceanography

Prof. E. Spanier     - The ecology of the Gulf of Eilat

Prof. E. Spanier     - Marine biogeography

Prof. E. Spanier     - Selected topics in the oceanography of the Gulf of Eilat

Prof. E. Spanier     - Selected topics in the marine biology of the Gulf of Eilat




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