Imports of Post-Archaic Greek Pottery Into Cyrenaica: From the End of the Archaic to the Beginning of the Hellenistic Period

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Archaeopress, 2002 - Social Science - 329 pages
Cyrenaica is thought to have had extensive commercial links with the rest of the Greek world in the 4th and 5th centuries BC. This study aims to examine the nature, frequency and routes of trading between Cyrenaica and other regions through studying pottery evidence, primarily Red-Figure and Black-Glazed wares. A catalogue and description of different pottery types is summarised through historical conclusions.

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Contents

THE REDFIGURED POTTERY
16
COMMENTARY ON THE IMPORTED REDFIGURED POTTERY
66
THE BLACKGLAZED POTTERY
73
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