Economies Beyond Agriculture in the Classical World

David J. Mattingly, John Salmon
Taylor & Francis, 11.03.2002 - 336 Seiten
This book presents a challenge to the long held view that the predominantly agricultural economies of ancient Greece and Rome were underdeveloped. It shows that the exploitation of natural resources, manufacturing and the building trade all made significant contributions to classical economies. It will be an indispensable resource for those interested in the period.

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David J. Mattingly is professor of Roman archaeology at the University of Leicester and a fellow of the British Academy. His many books include "An Imperial Possession: Britain in the Roman Empire," "Tripolitania," "Farming the Desert," "Archaeology and Desertification," and "The Cambridge Dictionary of Classical Civilization.

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