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Título alternativo: Trade in wartime: carthaginian amphorae distribution during the barcid period
Author: Martínez Hahnmüller, Víctor
Date: 2016
Published in: SPAL, 25, 83-111.
Document type: Article
Abstract: En el presente trabajo analizamos la relación entre la guerra y el comercio por medio del estudio de las relaciones de intercambio de bienes del Imperio Cartaginés durante el último tercio del siglo III a.C. Para ello, en primer lugar, evaluamos, po...
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In the current paper we will analyze the relationship between war and trade for the Carthaginian Empire during the late third century BC. In order to achieve this objective, first, we will evaluate, from literary sources and, specially, archaeological record, the different measures that Carthage promoted through barcid strategists to boost trade in the new territorial domains of the Iberian Peninsula. Moreover, we will look over the Carthaginian imports in Iberia in order to define the evolution of trade between Carthage and the Iberian Peninsula before the landing of Hamilcar Barca in Gadir in the year 237 BC. After that, we will analyze the distribution of Carthaginian amphorae during the late third century BC in the Mediterranean in order to establish the patterns for the Carthaginian trade and their relationship to the main events of the Second Punic War. Finally, we will define the main features of the Carthaginian trade in this chronological and spatial context.
Cite: Martínez Hahnmüller, V. (2016). Comercio en tiempos de guerra: la distribución anfórica cartaginesa durante el período bárquida. SPAL, 25, 83-111.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11441/53729

DOI: 10.12795/spal.2016i25.04

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