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Phoenician 'harbour' in Sicily revealed to be religious site aligned with stars
by Rafqa Touma
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28 April 2022
On 28 April 2022 The Guardian reported:
Off the west coast of Sicily lies the remains of the ancient city of Motya. There, a compound of temples and shrines offers a window into the life of Phoenician settlers who journeyed from Lebanon across the Mediterranean in the first millennium BC. While Motya has been studied for a century, the site is still giving up new secrets. Earlier this month a rectangular basin, long-believed to have served as an artificial harbor for protecting naval ships and participating in trade, was revealed to be something else entirely -- a religious site, designed and constructed to perfectly align with the stars.
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