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Naukratis: Greek Diversity in Egypt - Studies on East Greek Pottery and Exchange in the Eastern Mediterranean

  title={Naukratis: Greek Diversity in Egypt - Studies on East Greek Pottery and Exchange in the Eastern Mediterranean},
  author={Alexandra Villing and Udo Schlotzhauer},
This is a collection of 22 essays presenting the latest research on a comprehensive range of questions relating to the Greek presence at the site of Egyptian Naukratis as it is reflected in the pottery from there. The volume includes scientific analysis and is richly illustrated with photographs including colour illustrations, line drawings, maps and tables. 
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Imported trade amphoras in Daskyleion from the seventh and sixth centuries bc and the Hellespontine-Phyrygia route
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Rethinking Tel Achziv: an Iron II Architectonic and Ceramic Sequence from Southern Phoenicia
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Long-term pottery production and chemical reference groups: examples from Medieval Western Turkey
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Greek Settlements in the Eastern Mediterranean and the Black Sea
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East Greek Pottery
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