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Reports suggest that the ship dates back to a period when the Christian Byzantine Empire was declining in the Eastern Mediterranean and Islamic rulers were gaining strength in the region.
Maritime archaeologist Deborah Siwickel said the ship would date back to the 7th or 8th century. There is evidence that trade was going on in this Mediterranean area at that time despite religious divisions.
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It is generally stated in the history books that trade in the region was halted after the expansion of Islamic rule. There was no international trade in the Mediterranean then. But, it doesn’t seem that way now. We have a large shipwreck. We think the ship will actually be 25 meters long, Deborah also said.
Artifacts found near the ship suggest that the ship may have come here from Cyprus, Egypt, or that it may have been from Turkey. It must have come here from the coast of North Africa.
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Israel’s coast is said to be littered with sunken ships for centuries. It is easy to gather information about shipwrecks here, as the water level in this area is low and the sand surface protects the artefacts.
As for the current discovery, the explorers have found 200 masts in this vessel. It features Mediterranean foods such as fish sauce and a variety of olives, dates and figs. Personal items such as cords and combs, as well as some animal remains have also been found in the mounds.
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