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The Economies of Hellenistic Societies, Third to First Centuries BC$
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Zosia Archibald, John K. Davies, and Vincent Gabrielsen

Print publication date: 2011

Print ISBN-13: 9780199587926

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: March 2015

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:osobl/9780199587926.001.0001

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Inter-Regional Economies in the Aegean Basin

Inter-Regional Economies in the Aegean Basin

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(p.368) 17 Inter-Regional Economies in the Aegean Basin
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The Economies of Hellenistic Societies, Third to First Centuries BC
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Gary Reger

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/acprof:osobl/9780199587926.003.0017

This chapter demonstrates how regional analysis can identify patterns in the economies of the Hellenistic period, and how the identification of regions based on non-economic factors can serve as a test of the ‘reality’ of regional entities — and thus regional and inter-regional trade — constructed on economic criteria alone. It first reviews some of the models for defining regions that have been employed in geography that might be useful to historians of the Hellenistic economy. These are: geography, ethnicity, and polity. It then applies the distribution of certain material objects to draw rough boundaries of possible regions — and, by extension, sub-regional (local) and super-regional (interregional) economic activity.

Keywords:   Hellenistic economy, Hellenistic period, regions, regional economy, material objects, economic activity, regional analysis

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