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The Crusader City of Tyre: A Rich Archaeological Heritage

Abstract : The Lebanese coastal town to Tyre was a major Frankish Levantine city. Until recently, the archaeological evidence of this period was neglected in favor of the more impressive Roman and Byzantine monumental ruins. This article attempts to fill this gap by exploring, in light of recent studies. Crusader architectural remains, mainly defensive and religious structures, there are standing today.
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Patricia Antaki. The Crusader City of Tyre: A Rich Archaeological Heritage. Journal of Eastern Mediterranean Archaeology & Heritage Studies, The Pennsylvania state University Press, 2016, 4 (1), pp.1-14. ⟨halshs-02502433⟩

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