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Trade In The Ancient Mediterranean

Trade In The Ancient Mediterranean

How ancient Mediterranean trade thrived through state institutions From around 700 BCE until the first centuries CE, the Mediterranean enjoyed steady economic growth through trade, reaching a level not to be regained until the early modern era. This process of growth coincided with a process of stat

ISBN10 : 9780691172088 , ISBN13 : 0691172080

Page Number : 296

The Open Sea

The Open Sea

A major new economic history of the ancient Mediterranean world In The Open Sea, J. G. Manning offers a major new history of economic life in the Mediterranean world in the Iron Age, from Phoenician trading down to the Hellenistic era and the beginning of Rome's imperial supremacy. Drawing on a wide

ISBN10 : 9780691151748 , ISBN13 : 0691151741

Page Number : 448

The Roman Market Economy

The Roman Market Economy

"The study of ancient economies has for many generations been a fiercely debated field. Peter Temin has produced a book that will in many ways foster renewed energy in this great debate. What is of special value here is his economic analysis, including the use of regressions to show that price movem

ISBN10 : 9780691147680 , ISBN13 : 069114768X

Page Number : 299

Uneven Centuries

Uneven Centuries

The first comprehensive history of the Turkish economy The population and economy of the area within the present-day borders of Turkey has consistently been among the largest in the developing world, yet there has been no authoritative economic history of Turkey until now. In Uneven Centuries, Şevk

ISBN10 : 9780691166377 , ISBN13 : 0691166374

Page Number : 368