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The Seleukid Royal Economy: The Finances and Financial Administration of the Seleukid Empire

  title={The Seleukid Royal Economy: The Finances and Financial Administration of the Seleukid Empire},
  author={G. G. Aperghis},
Part I. Preliminaries: 1. Sources and methods 2. Historical summary 3. The posing of a problem Part II. The Underlying Economy: 4. Geography and population 5. Production and exchange 6. The granting of land Part III. The Royal Economy: 7. Ps-Aristotle's Oikonomika, book II 8. Revenue 9. The handling of surpluses 10. Expenditure 11. Coinage 12. A model of the Seleukid economy 13. Financial administration General conclusions. 
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