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La pêche à Jerba à l'époque punique : l'apport de l'archéologie

Abstract : The archaeological researches conducted in recent years in Jerba brought to light halieutic remains which can be dated back to the Punic era. The archaeological data concern caban remains, net steelyards, some ichthyologic remnants and shellfish. These discoveries constitute convincing indications of an economic activity that developed on the coast of the Little Syrt, thanks to the presence of a convenient eco-system for the flourishing of diverse marine species.
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Sami Ben Tahar, Myriam Sternberg. La pêche à Jerba à l'époque punique : l'apport de l'archéologie. Rivista di Studi Fenici, Roma: CNR editore; Edizioni Quasar, 2011, XXXIX (1), pp.99-115. ⟨halshs-01448163⟩



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