Carter, R. A. (2006) 'Boat remains and maritime trade in the Persian Gulf during sixth and fifth millennia BC.', Antiquity., 80 (307). pp. 52-63.
Archaeological excavations in Kuwait have revealed the earliest remains anywhere of sea-going boats. The author explains these remains and the distribution of Ubaid pottery as evidence for a system of maritime exchange in the Arabian Neolithic driven by status and ceremony.
|Keywords:||Persian Gulf, Ubaid ware, Boat-building, Maritime archaeology.|
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