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TAG: Libya

  • Around the World May/June 2020

    LIBYA

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    (2020 Van Neer et al.)
  • Around the World July/August 2015

    LIBYA

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    (Courtesy Foley/Mirazón Lahr)
  • Features January/February 2012

    Arab Spring Impacts Archaeology - Libya/Egypt/Tunisia/Syria

    o discussion of the year 2011 can be complete without a reference to what's been termed Arab Spring. The political phenomenon has the potential to have an extraordinary impact on archaeology for years to come.

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  • Digs & Discoveries January/February 2012

    Libya's Forgotten History

    Thanks largely to research conducted by a team led by David Mattingly of the University of Leicester, there is new evidence that the Garamantes were a highly sophisticated civilization who built state-of-the-art water extraction systems in the desert and constructed more than 100 fortified farms and villages, most dating to the first five centuries A.D.

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  • Around the World Nov 01, 2011

    LIBYA

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