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archaeology, underwater

archaeology, underwater  

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The potential richness of the sea for salvage or accidental finding of sunken valuables was recognized from earliest times, but the possibility of defining meaningful groups of wrecked material or ...
economy, Hellenistic

economy, Hellenistic  

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The regions brought under the control of the Hellenistic kingdoms showed little economic unity or uniformity. Land-use systems ranged from irrigation regimes in Egypt, Mesopotamia, and parts of Iran ...
Roman amphorae

Roman amphorae  

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Amphorae, ceramic coarseware jars used for transporting a range of goods, provide the most abundant and meaningful archaeological data on the nature, range, and scale of Roman inter‐regional trade in ...
Roman trade

Roman trade  

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The central issue for historians, is how to characterize the scale and importance of trade and commerce in the overall economy of the Roman empire. Some emphasize how different, and essentially ...

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