Maritime traders in the ancient Greek world /
This work argues that those trading with Athens were mainly poor and foreign (hence politically insignificant to Athens). Moreover, Athens and other Greek states had no merchant marine of their own and took only limited measures, always short of war and lesser means of commercial imperialism, to att...
|Main Author:||Reed, C. M. (Author)|
Cambridge, UK ; New York :
Cambridge University Press,
Maritime traders in the ancient Greek world.
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HF375 .R45 2003eb