Networks of Commerce and Knowledge in the Iron Age: The Case of the Phoenicians

@article{Sommer2007NetworksOC,
  title={Networks of Commerce and Knowledge in the Iron Age: The Case of the Phoenicians},
  author={Michael Sommer},
  journal={Mediterranean Historical Review},
  year={2007},
  volume={22},
  pages={111 - 97}
}
Regarding the Phoenicians' expansion in the Iron Age, controversy continues over chronology, areas affected, scale of migration, organization of trade, modes of interaction between Phoenician traders/colonists and the respective indigenous populations and means of maintaining contact and of transmitting information between ‘colonial’ settlements and the mother cities in the Levant. Critical problems arise from the textual evidence from the Phoenicians' neighbours; the archaeological material is… Expand
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