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48, 1984. ©1987 by Scholarly Resources Inc. All rights reserved First published 1987 Printed and bound in the United States of America Scholarly Resources Inc. 104 Greenhill Avenue Wilmington, Delaware 19805-1897 Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data United States Naval Academy History Symposium (6th: 1983) Naval history.  Naval Academy on 29-30 September 1983" Foreword.  Naval art and scienceHistoryCongresses.  Title. C. Josiah Ober 26 Fourth-Century Athenian Citizen Colonies in the Aegean: An Aspect of Naval/Military Policy Jack Cargill 32 Historiographic Constraints in Reconstructing the Battle of Artemision K.

Shaw, "Greek and Roman Harbourworks," in Bass, A History of Seafaring. 88-112; P. F. de Coetlogon Williams, "Roman Harbours," International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 5 (1976): 73-79; and D. F. Blackman, "Ancient Harbors in the Mediterranean, Part I," ibid. (1982): 79-104, and "Part II," ibid. (1982): 185-211. An extensive bibliography on individual harbors throughout the Mediterranean is found in Part I. 7. This problem is discussed in Raban and Linder, "Caesarea: The Herodian Harbor"; and N.

See H. Schlager, "Die Texte Vitruvs im Lichte der Untersuchungen am Hafen yon Side," Bonner Jahrbucher 171 (1971): 150-61. 17. Wood used in the construction of the framework included spruce (Picea europea), pine (Pinus), fir (Abies), and poplar (Populus). The exact species of the wood has only been determined for the first, but the other three also have been identified as being of mid-European origin. Tufa and pumice used in the concrete mixture are currently being analyzed at the University of Victoria in an effort to determine their place of origin.

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