Trade, Commerce, and the State in the Roman World

WILSON, Andrew

Trade, Commerce, and the State in the Roman World - 1st - New York Oxford University Press 2018 - Oxford Studies on the Roman Economy .

1: Introduction: Trade, Commerce, and the State, Andrew Wilson and Alan BowmanI. Institutions and the State2: The State and the Economy: Fiscality and Taxation, Alan Bowman3: Law, Commerce, and Finance in the Roman Empire, Boudewijn Sirks4: Market Regulation and Transaction Costs in the Roman Empire, Elio Lo Cascio5: Financial Institutions and Structures in the Last Century of the Roman Republic, Philip Kay6: Nile River Transport under the Romans, Colin AdamsII. Trade within the Empire7: The Indispensable Commodity: Notes on the Economy of Wood in the Roman Mediterranean, W. V. Harris8: Stone-Use and the Economy: Demand, Distribution, and the State, Ben Russell9: An Overview of the Circulation of Glass in Antiquity, Danièle Foy10: Procurators' Business? Gallo-Roman Sigillata in Britain in the Second and Third Centuries AD, Michael Fulford11: The Distribution of African Pottery under the Roman Empire: Evidence vs Interpretation, Michel Bonifay12: The Supply Networks of the Roman East and West: Interaction, Fragmentation, and the Origins of the Byzantine Economy, Paul Reynolds13: Prices and Costs in the Textile Industry in the Light of the Lead Tags from Siscia, Ivan Radman-Livaja14: Exports and Imports in Mauretania Tingitana: The Evidence from Thamusida, Emanuele PapiIII. Trade beyond the Frontiers15: The Silk Road between Syria and China, David F. Graf16: Egypt and Eastern Commerce during the Second Century AD and Later, Roberta Tomber17: Money and Flows of Coinage in the Red Sea Trade, Dario Nappo18: The Port of Qana', a Junction between the Indian Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea: The Underwater Evidence, Barbara Davidde19: Trade across Rome's Southern Frontier: The Sahara and the Garamantes, Andrew Wilson


Religion and state--Rome--History
State governments--Holy Roman Empire
Trade associations--Rome--History
Trade routes--Rome--History