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  • In the past they were found throughout the Mediterranean Basin.
  • Since then, the species has apparently spread throughout the Mediterranean basin and the northwestern Atlantic.
  • It is found throughout the Mediterranean basin and in South Africa.
  • Despite sometimes intense persecutions, the Christian religion continued its spread throughout the Mediterranean Basin.
  • It is very common throughout the Mediterranean basin.
  • Lebanese products were sought after not only in Arab countries but also throughout the Mediterranean Basin.
  • This species is present throughout the Mediterranean Basin.
  • Through this Greek expansion the use of coins flourished throughout the Mediterranean Basin.
  • Medicago orbicularis is a plant species found throughout the Mediterranean basin and along the European Black Sea coast.
  • In spite of intermittent intense persecutions, the Christian religion continued its spread throughout the Mediterranean Basin.
  • This perennial plant is common throughout the Mediterranean Basin.
  • The whole period of the next five centuries was dominated by the struggle between Christianity and Islam throughout the Mediterranean Basin.
  • Egyptian paper, made from papyrus, and pottery were mass-produced and exported throughout the Mediterranean basin.
  • The caper is native throughout the Mediterranean Basin, and considered to have cleansing properties.
  • Despite sporadic incidents of local persecution and a few periods of persecution on an empire-wide scale, the Christian religion continued its spread throughout the Mediterranean Basin.
  • Suleiman's policy of expansion throughout the Mediterranean basin was however halted in Malta in 1565.
  • That deployment brought visits to ports throughout the Mediterranean basin and a variety of training missions, often conducted in company with units of Allied and friendly navies.
  • The massive Islamic invasions of the mid-7th century began a long struggle between Christianity and Islam throughout the Mediterranean Basin.
  • The Consulate of the Sea was a quasi-judicial body set up in the Crown of Aragon, later to spread throughout the Mediterranean basin, to administer maritime and commercial law.
  • From Cyprus and Palestine to Sicily and Southern Italy, and even to the coasts of Spain, the colonial and industrial enterprise of the Myceneans has left its mark throughout the Mediterranean basin. Cited from The Journal of Negro History, Volume 2, 1917, by Various