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By Sean Kingsley,Michael Dexker

The result of fresh archaeological excavation, systematic rural survey and certain experiences of pottery distributions have published the level and complexities of the financial system within the japanese empire. The 8 papers during this quantity exhibit this complexity and prosperity, analyzing different types of product and the way the economic system advanced over the years. Contents: New Rome, new theories on Inter-regional alternate: East Mediterranean financial system in past due Antiquity ( Sean Kingsley and Michael Decker ); city Economies of overdue vintage Cyrenaica ( Andrew Wilson ); the commercial influence of the Palestinian wine exchange in overdue Antiquity ( Sean Kingsley ); nutrition for an empire: wine and oil creation in North Syria ( Michael Decker ); past the amphora: non-ceramic facts for overdue old and alternate ( Marlia Mundell Mango ); The financial system of past due old Cyprus ( Tassos Papacostas ); LR2: a box for the army annona at the Danubian border? ( Olga Karagiorgou ); Specialization, alternate and prosperity: an outline of the economic system of the past due vintage japanese Mediterranean ( Bryan Ward-Perkins ).

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