Contributors to this Catalogue

The following contributions to this catalogue are gratefully acknowledged:

  • Agnès Vinas from www.mediterranees.net in Perpignan for the marvellous charts of Ambroise Tardieu,
  • José Manuel de la Pena from Cedex-Cepyc in Madrid for the Spanish ports,
  • Leopoldo Franco from the University of Roma 3 for the Italian ports,
  • Nicolas Carayon from the University of Lattes for the Punic and Phenician ports,
  • Hariclia Hampsa from Studiomateria for the ports of Crete,
  • Theotokis Theodoulou from the University of Athens for the ports of Lesbos and Cyprus,
  • Marie Christine Vasseur for her impressive scrutiny,
  • Roberto Reigosa  Mendez from the University of Santiago de Compostela,
  • Hosni Kitouni from Constantine in Algeria,
  • Nic Flemming from the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton for his sumptuous list of 1055 ancient coastal sites, and his kind and flawless support,
  • Aggeliki Simosi from the Ephorate of Marine Antiquities in Athens for many ports in Greece,
  • Thibaut Castelli from the University of Paris Ouest for the ports of the Black Sea,
  • Antonio Sciarretta from Toponomastica for his huge work on ancient toponymy,
  • Steven Sidebotham from the University of Delaware for his work on Berenike,
  • Jonatan Christiansen from the University of Lyon 2 for the ancient lighthouses,
  • Vasif Sahoglu from Ankara University for his work on Clazomenae/Liman Tepe,
  • Souen Fontaine from the University of Aix-Marseille for her work on Fossae/Fos,
  • Andreas Vött from the University of Mainz for his work on paleotsunamis,
  • Anis Chaaya from the Lebanese University for his work on Beirut,
  • Korhan Bircan from the University of Ankara (METU) for the Turkish ports,
  • Viktor Vakhonieiev from the University of Kiev for his work in Crimea,
  • Jean-Pierre Misson for his knowledge of Libyan coastal sites,
  • Michael McCormick from the Harvard University for his publishing the Catalogue under his DARMC,
  • Chiara Maria Mauro from the University of Pisa for her impressive scrutiny and knowledge of ancient texts,
  • Ameur Younes from the University of Tunis for his work on Thapsus,
  • Luc Hamm from Artelia for his kind advice on maritime hydraulics,
  • Hans Burcharth from Aalborg University for his knowledge of breakwaters,
  • Patrick Verdet for his discovering the “Actium relief” at the Paris Grand Palais 2014 exhibition,
  • Loïc Ménanteau from the University of Nantes for his knowledge of the Guadalquivir area,
  • Antonia Arnoldus-Huyzindveld from Digiter for our fruitful discussions on Portus,
  • Christophe Morhange from Cerege for knowing so many ancient ports,
  • Pascal Arnaud from University of Lyon for sailing to so many ancient ports,
  • Mark Wilson from the Asia Minor Research Center for telling me about Trogyllium,
  • Alkiviadis Ginalis from University of Bremen for his knowledge of Thessalia,
  • Michael Ferrar for his knowledge of portolans,
  • Carole Péchereau from the Tourist Office of Porquerolles for her knowledge of her island,
  • Solène Marion de Procé from Sorbonne for her wonderful work on the Arabian coasts of the Red Sea,
  • Rod Heikell for his kind advice on sailing on the Mediterranean Sea,
  • José Manuel Matés Luque from Bilbao for his advice on Basque ports,
  • Brady Kiesling from the Aikaterini Laskaridis Foundation for sharing his ToposText data on over 1300 ancient ports,
  • Şengül Aydıngün from Kocaeli University for her information about Bathonea and Angurina,
  • Timmy Gambin from the University of Malta for his information about Marsa and Burmarrad,