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    Freshwater Point Sarina Queensland Australia Phoenician Colonies Exploited Mineral Wealth

    The Phoenicians set up shop in a big way at Freshwater Point near Sarina, Australia, probably after the Ice Age had ended, because a huge warf for ships built of mining slag indicates the minerals mined nearby were exported from there, after 25 million square miles of land had been submerged when the Ice Age had ended circa 1400 b.c.


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