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I have researched this idea for a few months after I noticed an anomaly with certain Roman ports being marooned inland
I have been through all scribes of the time and I feel my hunch might just be correct that indeed sea level was at least 2m higher during the Roman period

Please view link for findings


Sea level findings

I have uploaded a higher res (check High res PDF)

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 28-Jul-17 10:09 by BohemianRaconteur.

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Sea level during Roman times 3197 BohemianRaconteur 26-Jul-17 13:36
Re: Sea level during Roman times 394 carolb 26-Jul-17 23:02
Re: Sea level during Roman times 467 BohemianRaconteur 27-Jul-17 06:23
Mod Note > PDF 301 Dr. Troglodyte 28-Jul-17 00:41
Re: Sea level during Roman times 305 carolb 28-Jul-17 01:05
Re: Sea level during Roman times 306 Nolondil 27-Jul-17 00:56
Re: Sea level during Roman times 305 BohemianRaconteur 27-Jul-17 06:19
Re: Sea level during Roman times 293 molder 27-Jul-17 21:17
High res PDF 293 BohemianRaconteur 28-Jul-17 08:58
Ignore this 311 BohemianRaconteur 28-Jul-17 09:13
Re: High res PDF 274 carolb 28-Jul-17 12:49
Silting 300 BohemianRaconteur 28-Jul-17 13:38
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Re: Silting 311 BohemianRaconteur 28-Jul-17 15:39
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