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Exchange, alternate and trade touched the lives of everybody in antiquity, particularly those that lived in city parts. Trade, investors and the traditional City addresses the character of trade and trade and the consequences it had in towns in the course of the old international, from the Bronze Age close to East to past due Roman northern Italy.
Trade, investors and the traditional City employs the latest archaeological, papyrological, epigraphic and literary proof to give an leading edge and well timed research of the significance and impression of exchange within the historic international.

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