The Archaeology of the Roman Economy

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Archaeology provides a wealth of new information about the Roman empire and much of it relates to geographical areas, social classes and aspects of life which received little attention from Roman writers, most of whom belonged to the Italian aristocracy. After a brief introduction to current interpretations of the Roman economy, the author considers two fundamental aspects - transport and coinage. The cost and feasability of trade by land, river and sea are examined, as well as the role which money fulfilled in commerce. ...

The Archaeology of the Roman Economy 1990, University of California Press, CA

ISBN-13: 9780520074019

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The Archaeology of the Roman Economy 1986, University of California Press, Berkeley, CA

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The Archaeology of the Roman Economy 1986, Batsford Ltd, London

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The Archaeology of the Roman Economy 1986, Batsford Ltd, London

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