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The Ancient Red Sea Port of Adulis, Eritrea Report of the Etritro-British Expedition, 2004-5

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Archaeology by period / region, Social Science, Archaeology / Anthropology, Sociology, Eritrea, Archaeology, Ancient -
ContributionsDavid Peacock (Editor), Lucy Blue (Editor)
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ISBN 101842173081
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Research project: Adulis - a port on the Red Sea, Eritrea - Dormant - Dormant Currently Active: No. The port of Adulis was one of greatest significance in Antiquity. It is best known for its role in Aksumite trade during the fourth to seventh centuries AD.

Inhabited since at least the 6th century BC, the site is the oldest in Eritrea.

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Adulis’ importance lay in its port, and by the 3rd century AD the port had grown to become one of the most important on the Red Sea. Trade of this time flourished from the Mediterranean all the way to India. The Ancient Red Sea Port of Adulis, Eritrea Report of the Eritro-British Expedition, By.

However it is also a major port of the Periplus of the Erythraean Sea, a sailors' hand-book of the first century AD. Not only did it offer a good harbour on the route to India, but it was a source for luxuries such as ivory, tortoise-shell and. Pris: kr. e-bok, Laddas ned direkt. Köp boken Ancient Red Sea Port of Adulis, Eritrea av D.

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was a significant port among these conduits. In this book, Steven E. The Ancient Red Sea Port of Adulis, Eritrea: Report of the Etritro-British Expedition, Ancient Textiles, Modern Science: Ancient Textiles: Production, Crafts and Society: Ancient West Mexico in the Mesoamerican Ecumene: Adulis was another major port located at the mouth of Erythraean Sea.

In modern days Adulis takes place within the border of Ethiophia. The Periplus of the Erytheranean Sea adds that Adulis was not only a good commercial harbour and also a source for luxury products such as ivory, tortoise-shell and rhinoceros horn (18).

Adulis was an. The Archaeology of Ancient Eritrea unlocks the ancient mysteries of the northern Horn long obscured by a dominant focus on other regions and a long liberation struggle that prevented archaeological inquiry for nearly four decades.

This volume examines for the first time the early history of Eritrea from approximatelyyears ago up to years before colonialism. Dr Julian Whitewright is a Senior Teaching Fellow in Maritime Archaeology at the University of Southampton.

The Ancient Red Sea Port of Adulis, Eritrea Report of the Eritro-British Expedition, (pp. Oxford, GB: Oxbow books. Red Sea. Volume 2: The Finds from the Excavations.

Oxford, GB, Oxbow Books, (In Press). • Whitewright, Julian () Wooden artefacts. In, Peacock, David and Blue, Lucy (eds.) Myos Hormos - Quseir al-Qadim. Roman and Islamic Ports on the Red Sea. Volume 2: The Finds from the Excavations.

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(eds.) The Ancient Red Sea Port of Adulis, Eritrea Report of the Eritro-British Expedition, Oxford, GB, Oxbow Books,   In: Peacock DPS, Blue LK (eds) The ancient Red Sea port of Adulis, Eritrea: results of the Erito-British expedition, – Oxbow Books, Oxford, pp 39–56 Google Scholar Bourdon C () Anciens canaux, anciens sites et ports de : Anna M.

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Inbunden, Skickas inom vardagar. Köp Exploring Southeastern Archaeology av Patricia Galloway, Evan Peacock på The Italo-Eritrean archaeological mission began with its work in and has already brought to light the ancient port of Adulis in Eritrea, on the shores of the Red Sea.

An important seaport considering that that city communicated the Indian Ocean with the Mediterranean Sea, comparable to the route of the spices or the silk.

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