Ugarit

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UGARIT

UGARIT is a submarine telecommunications cable system in the Mediterranean Sea linking Cyprus and Syria. It has landing points in: It has a design transmission capacity of 622 Mbit/s and a total cable length of 239 km. It started operation on 6 February 1995. ==Sources== ...
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Ugarit

ancient city lying in a large artificial mound called Ras Shamra (Ra`s Shamrah), 6 miles (10 km) north of Al-Ldhiqyah (Latakia) on the Mediterranean ... [16 related articles]
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Ugarit

Ancient trading-city kingdom (modern Ras Shamra) on the Syrian coast. It was excavated by the French archaeologist Claude Schaeffer (1898-1982) from 1929, with finds dating from...
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Ugarit

Ancient trading-city kingdom (modern Ras Shamra) on the Syrian coast. It was excavated by the French archaeologist Claude Schaeffer (1898–1982) from 1929, with finds dating from about 7000 to about 1300 BC, including the earliest known alphabet
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Ugarit

Ugarit (OOgurēt') , ancient city, capital of the Ugarit kingdom, W Syria, on the Mediterranean coast N of modern Latakia. Although the name of this city was known from Egyptian and Hittite sources, its location and history were a mystery until the accidental discovery (1928) of an ancient ...
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