Trading Communities in the Roman World: A Micro-Economic and Institutional Perspective
In Trading Communities, Taco Terpstra shows that long-distance trade in the Roman Empire was conducted through foreign trading communities living overseas, held together by ethnic and geographical identity.
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Chapter One IntraCommunity Exchange and the Use of Law in Puteoli
Chapter Two InterCommunity Exchange and the Role of Trading Stations in Puteoli
Chapter Three Coalitions of Foreign Merchants and Shipowners in Ostia
Chapter Four InterCommunity Trade and the City of Rome
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