Urban Craftsmen and Traders in the Roman World

By: WILSON, AndrewContributor(s): FLOHR, MikoSeries: Oxford Studies on the Roman EconomyPublication details: New York Oxford University Press 2016 Edition: 1stISBN: 9780000000000Subject(s): Rome--Commerce | Trade associations--Rome--History | Trade routes--Rome--History
Contents:
IntroductionPart I: Approaches1: Miko Flohr and Andrew Wilson: Roman Craftsmen and Traders: Towards an Intellectual History2: Carla Salvaterra and Alessandro Cristofori: Twentieth Century Italian Research on Craftsmen, Traders, and their Professional Organizations in the Roman World3: Jean-Pierre Brun: The Archaeology of Ancient Urban Workshops: A French Approach?Part II: Strategies4: Candace Rice: Mercantile Specialization and Trading Communities: Economic Strategies in Roman Maritime Trade5: Kai Ruffing: Driving Forces for Specialization: Market, Location Factors, Productivity Improvements6: Carol van Driel-Murray: Fashionable Footwear: Craftsmen and Consumers in the North-West Provinces of the Roman Empire7: Nicolas Monteix: Contextualizing the Operational Sequence: Pompeian Bakeries as a Case StudyPart III: People8: Christel Freu: Disciplina, patrocinium, nomen: The Benefits of Apprenticeship in the Roman World9: Lena Larsson Lovén: Women, Trade, and Production in the Urban Centres of Roman Italy10: Wim Broekaert: Freedmen and Agency in Roman Business11: Nicolas Tran: The Social Organization of Commerce and Crafts in Ancient Arles: Heterogeneity, Hierarchy, and Patronage12: Ilias Arnaoutoglou: Hierapolis and its Professional Associations: A Comparative AnalysisPart IV: Space13: Penelope Goodman: Working Together: Clusters of Artisans in the Roman City14: Kerstin Dross-Krüpe: Spatial Concentration and Dispersal of Roman Textile Crafts15: Orsolya Láng: Industry and Commerce in the City of Aquincum16: Jeroen Poblome: The Potters of Ancient Sagalassos Revisited
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IntroductionPart I: Approaches1: Miko Flohr and Andrew Wilson: Roman Craftsmen and Traders: Towards an Intellectual History2: Carla Salvaterra and Alessandro Cristofori: Twentieth Century Italian Research on Craftsmen, Traders, and their Professional Organizations in the Roman World3: Jean-Pierre Brun: The Archaeology of Ancient Urban Workshops: A French Approach?Part II: Strategies4: Candace Rice: Mercantile Specialization and Trading Communities: Economic Strategies in Roman Maritime Trade5: Kai Ruffing: Driving Forces for Specialization: Market, Location Factors, Productivity Improvements6: Carol van Driel-Murray: Fashionable Footwear: Craftsmen and Consumers in the North-West Provinces of the Roman Empire7: Nicolas Monteix: Contextualizing the Operational Sequence: Pompeian Bakeries as a Case StudyPart III: People8: Christel Freu: Disciplina, patrocinium, nomen: The Benefits of Apprenticeship in the Roman World9: Lena Larsson Lovén: Women, Trade, and Production in the Urban Centres of Roman Italy10: Wim Broekaert: Freedmen and Agency in Roman Business11: Nicolas Tran: The Social Organization of Commerce and Crafts in Ancient Arles: Heterogeneity, Hierarchy, and Patronage12: Ilias Arnaoutoglou: Hierapolis and its Professional Associations: A Comparative AnalysisPart IV: Space13: Penelope Goodman: Working Together: Clusters of Artisans in the Roman City14: Kerstin Dross-Krüpe: Spatial Concentration and Dispersal of Roman Textile Crafts15: Orsolya Láng: Industry and Commerce in the City of Aquincum16: Jeroen Poblome: The Potters of Ancient Sagalassos Revisited

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