By Marlia Mundell Mango (ed)
The 28 papers research questions in relation to the level and nature of Byzantine exchange from overdue Antiquity into the center a long time. The Byzantine country used to be the single political entity of the Mediterranean to outlive Antiquity and therefore bargains a theoretical common opposed to which to degree diachronic and nearby adjustments in buying and selling practices in the zone and past. to counterpoint earlier vast paintings on overdue vintage long-distance exchange in the Mediterranean (based at the grain provide, amphorae and high quality ware circulation), the papers be aware of neighborhood and overseas trade.The emphasis is on lately exposed or studied archaeological proof on the subject of key subject matters. those comprise neighborhood retail service provider in the urban, a few local markets in the empire, the creation and/or stream styles of specific items (metalware, ivory and bone, glass, pottery), and items of foreign exchange, either exports akin to wine and glass, imports corresponding to materia medica, and the inability of importation of, for instance, Sasanian pottery. particularly, new paintings with regards to particular areas of Byzantium's foreign alternate is highlighted: in Britain, the Levant, the crimson Sea, the Black Sea and China.It comprises papers of the thirty eighth Spring Symposium of Byzantine reports, held in 2004 at Oxford less than the auspices of the Committee for Byzantine experiences.
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Marmaray, Metro, Sultanahmet kazilari (Istanbul, 2007), 164-299. 2. Maps and trade Emilie Savage-Smith Travel and trade in the eastern Mediterranean appear to have been a major concern of the anonymous author of a recently discovered Arabic treatise composed between AD 1020 and 1050. His cosmographical treatise contains, among much other material, 17 maps, 14 of which are unlike any other Greek, Latin or Arabic maps known to be extant. uk/bookofctiriosities). The rhyming title, Kitab Ghara'ib al fitnitn zoa-inulah al-'uyitn, is difficult to render fully in English, but is loosely translated as The Book of Curiosities of the Sciences and Marvels for the Eyes.
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