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Trade in the Western Mediterranean, AD 400-700--the ceramic evidence

by Reynolds, Paul

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Published by Tempus Reparatum in Oxford, England .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Western Mediterranean,
  • Western Mediterranean.
    • Subjects:
    • Pottery, Ancient -- Western Mediterranean.,
    • Pottery, Medieval -- Western Mediterranean.,
    • Trade routes -- Western Mediterranean.,
    • Western Mediterranean -- Antiquities.,
    • Western Mediterranean -- Commerce -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementPaul Reynolds.
      SeriesBAR international series ;, 604
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDE61.P66 R49 1995
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxv, 403 p. :
      Number of Pages403
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL549804M
      ISBN 100860547825
      LC Control Number96130843
      OCLC/WorldCa32919050

      For the western Mediterranean: P. Reynolds, Trade ill the western Mediterranean AD the ceramic evidence (Oxford, British Archacological Reports tntcrnational Series , ); S. Kcay, Late. Trade in the Western Mediterranean, AD The Ceramic Evidence (bar s) Settlement and Pottery in the Vinalopo Valley, Alicante (British Archaeological Reports (BAR) International) Participate.

      For the western Mediterranean: P. Reynolds, Trade in the western Mediterranean AD the ceramic evidence (Oxford, British Archaeological Reports International Series , ); S. Keay, Late Roman amphoras in the western Mediterranean. A typology and economic study. ISBN 0 5. £ ­S, Trade in the Western Mediterranean, AD The ceramic evidence by Paul Reynolds. ISBN 0 5. £ ­S, Archaeological Investigations in Central Colombia by Karen Olsen Bruhns.

      The incidence of African imports to the eastern Mediterranean, for example, as reflected in both fine wares and in amphorae, declines sharply from about – on, recovering only partly after Justinian’s destruction of the Vandal kingdom in the s and its partial incorporation into an eastern Mediterranean– centred network of. Keay, S.J. (): The Late Roman Amphorae in the Western Mediterranean. A tipology and economic study: the Catalan evidence. BAR International Series (2 vols.) Oxford, John and Erica Hedges. Trade in the Western Mediterranean, A.D. The ceramic evidence. British Archaeological Reports Oxford, by: 1.


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