Maritime history of Somalia
Maritime history of Somalia refers to the seafaring tradition of the Somali people. It includes various stages of Somali navigational technology, shipbuilding and design, as well as the history of the...
Maritime history of Somalia - Wikipedia
Somali Maritime Enterprise: Ancient Seafarers of the Erythraean Sea ...
Oct 2, 2009 ... Somali sailors used the ancient Somali maritime vessel known as the .... The Trireme Dreadnought of the Ancient Mediterraneanby Historical ...
Sarapion
Sarapion (Ancient Greek: Σαράπιον, also spelled Serapion), was an ancient Somali port city in present-day Somalia. It was situated on a site that later became Mogadishu.
Sarapion was briefly ...
Mosylon
Mosylon (Ancient Greek: Μοσυλλόν), also known as Mosullon, was an ancient Somali trading center on or near the site that later became the city of Bosaso.
Mosylon was the most prominent empori...
Mosylon - Wikipedia
Opone
Opone (Ancient Greek: Ωπώνη) was an ancient Somali city situated in the Horn of Africa. It is primarily known for its trade with the Ancient Egyptians, Romans, Greeks, Persians, and the states of...
Damo, Somalia
Damo (Somali: Daamo) is an ancient town in northeastern Somalia. It is situated in the autonomous Puntland region, 5 km west of Cape Guardafui.
From late October to early December 1975, at the...
Beden
The beden, also known as the beden-seyed, is an ancient Somali maritime vessel that remains the longest surviving sewn boat in the Horn of Africa and the Arabian Peninsula. Its shipyards predominantly...
Qandala
Qandala (also known as Candala, Andala, Bender Chor, Bandar Kor, Bender Kor or Taba Tege) is an ancient port town in the northeastern Bari province of Somalia.
Qandala sits on a wadi estuary, whic...
Qandala - Wikipedia