Geoarchaeology as a tool to understand ancient navigation in the northern Persian Gulf and the harbour history of Siraf

@article{Pourkerman2020GeoarchaeologyAA,
  title={Geoarchaeology as a tool to understand ancient navigation in the northern Persian Gulf and the harbour history of Siraf},
  author={Majid Pourkerman and Nick Marriner and Christophe Morhange and Morteza Djamali and Giorgio Spada and Sedigheh Amjadi and Matteo Vacchi and Hamid Alizadeh Ketek Lahijani and Mohammad Esmaeil Esmaeili Jelodar and Hossein Tofighian and Abdolmajid N. Beni},
  journal={Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports},
  year={2020}
}

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