By Zosia Archibald, John K. Davies, Vincent Gabrielsen
This option of essays by means of key names within the box of historical economies within the 'Hellenistic' age (c.330-30BCE), offers crucial interpreting for a person drawn to the evolutionary construction blocks of financial historical past within the jap Mediterranean and neighbouring areas. Case experiences examine administration and associations; human mobility and traditional assets; the position of alternative brokers - temples and towns, in addition to rulers - in improving assets and circulating wealth; the levers exerted through monopolies and by way of disparate prestige teams, together with slaves. An introductory essay summarizes the operational components that drove the engines of those economies.
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15: 28–31). Simon counter-offered with 100 talents (annually) for Joppa and Gazara (1 Macc. 15: 35), thus signalling that he was prepared to continue with a tributary relationship, but on milder terms. This episode is reported somewhat differently in Josephus, where it is Simon’s son and successor, Hyrcanus, who negotiates with Antiochos regarding the tribute of Joppa and other cities bordering on Judaea, while Seleukid overlordship was to be effectively acknowledged not by accepting a Seleukid garrison at Jerusalem, but by pulling down the recently constructed fortiﬁcations of the city and providing hostages.
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The Economies of Hellenistic Societies, Third to First Centuries BC by Zosia Archibald, John K. Davies, Vincent Gabrielsen