Alfonso Moreno, athenian Wheat-Tsars: Black Sea Grain and Elite Culture (p.
Andrei Opait, a Weighty Matter: Pontic Fish Amphorae (p.Gary Reger, traders and Travelers in the Black and Aegean Seas (p.The Black Sea in Antiquity.Uravlev, lighting Equipment of the Northern Pontic Area in the Roman and Late Roman Periods: Imports and Local Production (p.David Braund, black Sea Grain for Athens?The overarching question is whether the Black Sea and the Mediterranean were organically linked and thus complemented each other in economic terms.Edited by Vincent Gabrielsen John Lund.Lise Hannestad, timber as a Trade Resource of the Black Sea (p.Alexandru Avram, some Thoughts about the BlackS Sea and the Slave Trade before the Roman Domination (6th-1st Centuries BC) (p.Aarhus University Press 2007, this volume addresses a wide range of issues concerning the economic exchanges that took place within the Black Sea region, and between the Black Sea and the Mediterranean areas from about 700 BC to AD 200.
Zofia Halina Archibald, contacts between the Ptolemaic Kingdom and the Black Sea in the Early Hellenistic Age (p.
Yvon Garlan Échanges d'amphores timbrées entre Sinope et la Méditerranée aux époques classique et hellénistique car manual smart workshop (p.
Vincent Gabrielsen, trade and Tribute: Byzantion and the Black Sea Straits (287-324).Karjaka, amphora Finds of the 4th Century BC from the Settlements of the Lower Dnieper Region (p.Vachtina, greek Orientalising Pottery from Barbarian Sites of the Forrest-steppe Zone of the Northern Black Sea Coastal Region (p.John Lund, the Circulation of Ceramic Fine Wares and Transport Amphorae from the Black Sea Region in the Mediterranean,.Stolba, local Patterns of Trade in Wine and the Chronological Implications of Amphora Stamps (p.Table of contents and download of pdf-files.From Herodotus to Demosthenes (p.400 BC-AD 200 (p.The contributing scholars of ancient history and archaeology consider old and new evidence in order to shed light on central aspects of the economic relationship that existed between these two eminently important regions in Antiquity.The authors offer novel approaches and propound a number of fresh interpretations to key questions concerning the relationship between the Black Sea and the Mediterranean.

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