The Western Roman Atlantic Fašade: A Study of the Economy and Trade in the Mar Exterior from the Republic to the Principate
These interlinked essays offer a thorough reassessment of trade in the Atlantic zone from the Roman Republic to the death of Augustus. The volume and nature of trade is analysed and discussed on local and regional as well as internal and external levels, with processes of integration and Romanisation a particular focus. Other sections look at the practicalities and infrastructure of the route, the importance of military supply, and characterise those involved in trade.
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