Coastal region and small island papers 14
integrated management of
by Selim Morcos, Nils Tongring,Youssef Halim,
a joint endeavour of the UNIVERSITY
|Table of contents|
|2||Alexandria's place in history|
|3||International workshop on submarine archaeology and coastal management|
|6||References and further reading|
|List of figures|
location of Alexandria and the Pharos site
|Photos and illustrations
|H. Frost, Hellenic Institute for Ancient
and Mediaeval Alexandrian Studies,
Historical Picture Archive/Corbis,
S. Morcos, D. Nakashima, G. Papatheodorou, Y. Pantzopulos and H. Tzalas.
|Design and layout:||Micheline Turner|
|Web version:||Claire Blackburn|
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