Anastasius I, Mud, and Foraminifera: Conflicting Views of Caesarea Maritima's Harbor in Late Antiquity

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Hohlfelder, Robert L. “Anastasius I, Mud, and Foraminifera: Conflicting Views of Caesarea Maritima’s Harbor in Late Antiquity.” Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 317 (2000): 41–62. https://www.worldcat.org/title/anastasius-i-mud-and-foraminifera-conflicting-views-of-caesarea-maritimas-harbor-in-late-antiquity/oclc/7376488863&referer=brief_results.

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Title: Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research

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Date of Publication: 2000

Pages: 41-62

Volume: 317

 

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Anastasius I, Mud, and Foraminifera: Conflicting Views of Caesarea Maritima's Harbor in Late Antiquity


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