Roman sicily Project: ceramics and trade
A research project led by the Italian National Research Council based in the Istituto per I Beni Archeologici e Monumentali di Catania. «Roman Sicily Project: ceramics and trade» is an ongoing multidisciplinary research project led by the Italian National Research Council. Its main objective is to concentrate on the economic trends evident from the production and importation of transport amphorae and fine wares found in Roman Sicily. Its other aim is to establish the degree to which local and imported ceramics reflect the broader, complex phenomena of long-distance trade within the Mediterranean basin. Main aim is to consider regional economic patterns and concepts of micro and macroeconomic aspects which existed in the context of the Sicilian province. The general background is the wider context of geopolitical and social context to which will be added a rich series of data available in the database section.
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database ceramica ellen. e romana della Sicilia