Long-distance trade, monetization, marketplaces, and sanctuaries in the fourth century BC (Topoi Z-COFUND-12)

This project took the lead weights from Thonis-Heracleion as a point of departure to focus on long-distance trade in the Eastern Mediterranean, using archaeological evidence to offer a comprehensive perspective that is lost in studies that concentrate on local trade activities. The aim was also to highlight the maritime networks that had been in place at least since the Late Bronze Age, evolving with the changing political landscapes in the first millennium BC.

Eintrag bearbeitet: 23-12-2022