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FlatandJuicy launches Kickstarter for science ebook platform

(By Chris Ward, August 20, 2013)

FlatandJuicy – a company that aims to provide a visual and creative voice for science, technology and cultural R&D expeditions’ – yesterday launched a Kickstarter ...

For Immediate Release: FlatandJuicy launches Kickstarter supporting science and research

(FlatandJuicy/City of Elephants, August 27, 2013)

We are live on Kickstarter! - here's the skinny...

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Berenike: An ancient port city

(The Berenike Project/City of Elephants, PRINT ISSUE, April 1996)

In the southeast corner of Egypt, far from the fertile Nile valley, lies Berenike. After 1500 years, the ancient port city reveals its secrets...

Berenike: An ancient port city

(The Berenike Project/City of Elephants, July 2012, Netherlands/Dutch)

In the southeast corner of Egypt, far from the fertile Nile valley, lies Berenike. After 1500 years, the ancient port city reveals its secrets...

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Under Centuries of Sand, a Trading Hub

(The Berenike Project/City of Elephants, July 2002)

South of Suez, the Egyptian shore of the Red Sea used to be sprinkled with ports that throbbed with life and commerce in antiquity, especially the heyday of the Roman Empire. But long ago, the relentless desert buried their remains so completely that...

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The Silk Road

(The Berenike Project/City of Elephants, Newsweek Poland, November 2011)

International trade has never been an easy and pleasant pastime. Even in ancient times pirates lurked in the waters surrounding the Arabian Peninsula...

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Sea Route to Rival Silk Road Found

The Berenike Project/City of Elephants, June 2002

New excavations at the Egyptian Red Sea port of Berenike show that an extensive sea trade existed between India and the Middle East from the 3rd century BC to the 7th century AD, supplementing the much more widely known Silk Road.

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