The Phoenicians in Spain: An Archaeological Review of the Eighth-sixth Centuries B.C.E. : a Collection of Articles Translated from Spanish

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Eisenbrauns, 2002 - History - 304 pages
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Twelve essays, written by various scholars and originally published in Spanish, explore the ways in which Phoenician colonization of the Iberian Peninsula was a function of Assyrian westward expansion.
 

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Contents

Urbanization and Function
31
Phoenician and Punic Sexi
49
Notes on the Economy of the Phoenician Settlements
79
AA Archäologischer Anzeiger
82
MDOG Mitteilungen der deutschen OrientGesellschaft
91
Balance and Perspectives
97
MJSEA Memorias de la Junta Superior de Excavaciones Arqueológicas
109
A Phoenician City in the Far West
113
TrPrHist Trabajos de Prehistoria
143
The Ancient Phoenicians of the 8th and 7th Centuries b c
155
Some Questions Regarding the Tartessian Orientalizing Period
199
Spheres of Interaction
225
Mining and Metallurgy
241
The Beginnings of the Phoenician Presence
263
Index of Sites and Geographical Names
299
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Mechanisms and Process
127

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