Summaries of Theses Submitted to The Department of Maritime Civilizations, 1994-1998


INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL ACTIVITY AT CAESAREA DURING THE EARLY ISLAMIC II PERIOD (749-969 CE) ACCORDING TO CERAMIC EVIDENCE

SOLITARY DOLPHIN-HUMAN INTERACTIONS: ANECDOTAL EVIDENCE FROM ANCIENT SOURCES VERSUS MODERN OBSERVATIONS FOCUSING ON THE SOLITARY FEMALE DOLPHIN FROM NUWEIBA, SINAI.

ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND GEOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF BEACHROCK SADDLE-QUERN UTILIZATION IN ANTIQUITY


MARINE ANIMALS AND MONSTERS IN MARITIME CARTOGRAPHY FROM THE 15TH - 17TH CENTURIES


SEDIMENTOLOGICAL CHANGES IN THE SOUTH COAST OF HAIFA BAY


FISHERIES IN THE ROMAN PERIOD AND FISHERIES IN ISRAEL TODAY


HISTORY OF THE INNER HARBOR IN CAESAREA


FISH AND THEIR DEPICTION IN ARCHAEOLOGICAL FINDS IN THE ROMAN AND BYZANTINE PERIODS IN ISRAEL (63 BCE - 640 CE)


EXPLOITATION OF MARINE RESOURCES BY THE NEOLITHIC INHABITANTS OF ATHLIT-YAM, ISRAEL: A MULTIVARIATE ANALYSIS BASED ON THE REMAINS OF GRAY TRIGGERFISH (BALISTES CAROLINENSIS)




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