Ostrakine (Greek: Ὀστρακίνη or Latin: Ostracena) was an Ancient Egyptian city at a location that is known as El Felusiyat today.
Established as a harbour in the first century BC, near Sirbonis, the longtime border between Egypt and Syria, archaeological evidence suggests that Ostrakine was a centre of glass-making in the classical period. A bishopric during the Byzantine period, there is evidence of three Byzantine churches, and that the town remained important as a stop along the trade route in the early Muslim period.
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