BP Oil Well Threatens Ancient Coastal Libyan Sites

BP Oil Well Threatens Ancient Coastal Libyan Sites

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Apollonia site, Lybia. Photo source: ©©MM DecArch

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Plans by the energy giant BP to sink an oil well off the Libyan coast could have disastrous consequences for the region’s rich heritage of coastal ancient city sites and shipwrecks, already under threat from oil tankers, coastal erosion and tourist developments, archaeologists from around the world have warned…

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