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International Archaeological Reports since 1974

Coastal Hinterlands

Site patterns, microregions and coast-inland interconnections by the Corinthian Gulf, c. 600-300 BC

£61.00
Author:
Anton Bonnier
Publication Year:
2014
Language:
English
Paperback:
354pp. Includes a gazetteer
ISBN 10:
1407312456
ISBN:
9781407312453
BAR number:
S2614
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BOOK DESCRIPTION
The study explores patterns of interconnections between the coastal zone of the Corinthian Gulf and its surrounding hinterlands, between c. 600 and 300 B.C. Archaeological remains point to a substantial expansion in site numbers during this period, and the growth of identifiable central place sites in connection with coast-hinterland routes. Movements through these routes are further traced through both the material record and written sources. Coastal areas acted as important gateways for exchange systems linked to diverse hinterland environments and economies, and interaction patterns emphasise the importance of microregional connectivity in regards to economic and political dynamics.