The Economies of Hellenistic Societies, Third to First Centuries BC

this feature of essays by means of key names within the box of historic economies within the 'Hellenistic' age (c.330-30BCE), offers crucial examining for an individual attracted to the evolutionary development blocks of financial heritage within the japanese Mediterranean and neighbouring areas. Case reviews examine administration and associations; human mobility and ordinary assets; the position of alternative brokers - temples and towns, in addition to rulers - in bettering assets and circulating wealth; the levers exerted by means of monopolies and by means of disparate prestige teams, together with slaves. An introductory essay summarizes the operational parts that drove the engines of those economies.

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