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  1. Michael W. Clark
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    If any of the previous groups of people used large slabs of rock to construct dwellings or temples, then side scanning radar may help locate them at the
    bottom of the various seas around the Med. If they used mud, or wood, the chances of finding anything are probably zero. Even wood only lasts a few hundred years in cold climates, and anoxic conditions. Not conditions found
    in warmer climates. Also the sedimentation rate is several centimeters per each hundred years, and with a few earthquakes, sediments can flow down slope under water and completely submerge any dwellings near the bottom of basins. Before the 120 meter rise in sea levels, the various basins would have made great agricultural areas. Nearly all are now filled with salt water.


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