Archaeological parks contain ship hulls

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Ehud Galili, the head of marine archaeology in the Antiquities Authority, said the singular conditions of the Israeli coastline contribute to the rich archaeological finds along its shores.

Because there are few places for shelter, boats caught in sudden storms sunk off the coast, creating, over the past 4,000 years, "a massive boat graveyard."