The evolution of long distance trading relationships across the LBA/Iron age transition on the northern Levantine coast: crisis, continuity and change : a study based on imported ceramics, bronze and its constituent metals
Archaeopress, 2006 - 138 pàgines
This work investigates the excavated archaeological record of the northern Levantine littoral for specific evidence of continuity or change in the regional economic structure after the period of destruction that enveloped the Eastern Mediterranean at the end of the Late Bronze Age. It also integrates relevant textual evidence and seeks to place this area within its regional context as part of the Eastern Mediterranean and Ancient Near Eastern trading networks by comparing the northern Levantine evidence with that from the south and from Cyprus. Chapter 1: Introduction; Chapter 2: Limitations of Previous Approaches and Theoretical Perspective; Chapter 3: The Imported Ceramic Evidence in Context; Chapter 4: Metals and eastern Mediterranean Trade; Chapter 5: Continuity and Change in Trade Flows; Chapter 6: Crisis, Restructuring and Transformation.
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Eastern Mediterranean Synchronisms
Levantine Metalworking Sites in Chapter 4
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12th century BC Aegean Akko Alalakh Alashiya analysis archaeological evidence archaeological record artefacts Artzy Ashdod assemblage Bikai Bronze Age bronze objects Cape Gelidonya centres ceramic Chapter coastal copper copper and tin Courtois Cypriot Cypriot copper Cypriot wares Cypro-Minoan Cyprus destruction Dikaios discussed domestic contexts Dothan Eastern Mediterranean economy Egyptian Emar Enkomi excavation report Hattusa ibid imported ceramics Iron Age island Kalavassos Kamid el-Loz Karageorghis Kition LBA/Iron Age transition LC IIC lead isotope Levantine Levantine coast LH IIIC long-distance trade major maritime merchants metalworking Mycenaean finds Mycenaean IIIC Mycenaean wares oxhide ingots palace Palaepaphos period Philistine Phoenician pithoi ports pottery produced Ramesses Ras Ibn Hani Ras Shamra recent region Sarepta settlement sherds slag smelting sources southern Levant stirrup jars Stratum suggests Syria tablets Tell Abu Hawam texts textual tombs trade networks trading relationships transport/storage Tyre Ugarit Uluburun vessels Wijngaarden world-systems Zone L2