Painting the Mediterranean Phoenician
Painting the Mediterranean Phoenician focuses on the Canaanite-Phoenician economic systems that predominated in and determined Mediterranean history. Phoenician trade networks were sophisticated and elaborate operations that required a highly developed society and institutions in order to spread and be maintained. By tracking the manufacture, use, and shipment routes of Phoenician products, primarily those traded in amphorae and bottles but also fine-ware and their associated assemblages, a new map of Mediterranean connectivity and interrelations emerges, whose routes, operations and cultural affiliation lasted a long time. The Phoenician trade-nets are presented geographically, with special attention paid to the traceable product networks involving wine, salted fish, or perfumed oils.
Published: Feb 22, 2021
|List of Maps||Dalit Regev|
|The Canaanite-Phoenician Continuum||Dalit Regev|
|Trade and Diaspora Networks||Dalit Regev|
|The Early Networks and the Canaanite-Phoenician International Style||Dalit Regev|
|Canaanite-Phoenician Style and Corpus||Dalit Regev|
|Phoenician Networks: Geographical Zones and Central Nodes||Dalit Regev|
|Phoenician Industrial Networks||Dalit Regev|
...Great achievement and contribution of this work. It appears when the study of the Phoenicians is blossoming with new fresh approaches, research questions, and syntheses. Regev must be applauded for her efforts to produce such a extensive study and overview that is made up of numerous local case studies and interactions.
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