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The Regional Economy of the Southern Levant in the 8th-7th Centuries BCE

@inproceedings{Walton2015TheRE,
  title={The Regional Economy of the Southern Levant in the 8th-7th Centuries BCE},
  author={J. T. Walton},
  year={2015}
}
The late Iron Age in the ancient Near East was a period marked by dramatic changes. Politically, the rise of the Neo-Assyrian empire ushers in the beginning of imperial rule. At the same time, Phoenician expansion efforts across the Mediterranean, and the emerging South Arabian caravan trade led to greater connectivity across the ancient Near East and Mediterranean worlds. In the southern Levant, the late Iron Age is also a period marked by change, including large scale urbanization at sites… Expand
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