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Conference Red Sea Project (Conference) (7th : 2015 : Naples, Italy), author.
Title Stories of globalisation [electronic resource] : the Red Sea and the Persian Gulf from late prehistory to early modernity : selected papers of Red Sea Project VII / edited by Andrea Manzo, Chiara Zazzaro, Diana Joyce de Falco.
Imprint Leiden ; Boston : Brill, [2019]

Conference Red Sea Project (Conference) (7th : 2015 : Naples, Italy), author.
Subject Red Sea Region -- Civilization -- Congresses.
Red Sea Region -- Antiquities -- Congresses.
Persian Gulf Region -- Civilization -- Congresses.
Persian Gulf Region -- Antiquities -- Congresses.
Globalization -- Red Sea Region -- Congresses.
Globalization -- Persian Gulf Region -- Congresses.
Alt Name Manzo, Andrea,
Zazzaro, Chiara,
De Falco, Diana (Diana Joyce),
E.J. Brill (Firm)
Add Title Red Sea and the Persian Gulf from late prehistory to early modernity
Description 1 online resource ( xxiv, 637 pages) : illustrations
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Mersa/Wadi Gawasis: organisation of an Egyptian Bronze Age harbour on the Red Sea Coast / Kathryn A. Bard and Rodolfo Fattovich -- The rock engravings of boats of Sinai and the pharaonic maritime expeditions / Patrice Pomey -- Riverboats and seagoing ships: lexicographical analysis of nautical terms from the sources of the old kingdom / Serena Esposito -- Marsa Matruh revisited: modelling interaction at a late Bronze Age harbour on the Egyptian coast / Linda Hulin -- Sorghum paintings from the Meroitic Cemetery of Berber and possible implications for the dispersal of the plant across the Red Sea / Alemseged Beldados and Mahmoud S. Bashir -- Mapping ancient production and trade of copper in Oman and Obsidian in Ethiopia / Ioana A. Dumitru and Michael Harrower -- Timber-frame architecture on both sides of the Red Sea from the early first millennium BCE: recent investigations of the German archaeological institute in South Arabia and Northern Ethiopia / Mike Schnelle -- Bronze Age reed boats of Magan and Magillum boats of Meluhha in cuneiform literature / Daniele Michaux-Colombot -- Imports of pottery and glass vessels in first millennium CE South Arabia: signs of commercial and cultural contacts via the Red Sea trade routes / Sarah Japp -- Overview of fieldwork at Berenike (Red Sea coast), Egypt, and in the Eastern desert: 2011-2015 / Steven E. Sidebotham -- Exotic cults in Roman Berenike? An investigation into two temples in the harbour Temenos / Joanna K. Radkowska and Iwona Zych -- The great Temple of Berenike / Martin Hense -- Bead trade in Roman ports: a view from the Red Sea port of Marsa Nakari / Joanna Then-Obluska -- Looking for Leuke Kome / Michal Gawlikowski -- The Greeks and the Arabian Coast of the Red Sea / Luigi Gallo -- Nautical archaeology surveys near Jeddah, 2012-2013, and their connections to the study of Red Sea commerce / Ralph K. Pedersen -- The Christianisation of Adulis in light of the material evidence / Serena Massa and Caterina Giostra -- The Western Indian Ocean interaction sphere: significance of the Red sea and the Arabian/Persian Gulf routes from the Mediterranean to India (first century BCE-third century CE) / Sunil Gupta -- Beyond the boundaries of the periplus: the Persian Gulf route in the supply to Myos Hormos and Berenike / Roberta Tomber -- Foreign iconographic elements in South Arabian art: the Indian contribution / Serena Autiero -- Suakin and Al Khandaq: the influence of a sea port on a river port / Ahmed Hussein Abdelrahman Adam and Husna Taha Elatta -- Collateral roles in pilgrimage / Jacke S. Phillips -- A life shaped by the sea: maritime heritage in Suakin / Shadia Taha -- Timber for ships: considering wood supply for boatbuilding in Jizan and the Farasan Islands, Saudi Arabia / Lucy Semaan.
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Summary This volume contains a selection of papers presented at the Red Sea VII conference (Napels, 2015) entitled 'The Red Sea and the Gulf: Two Maritime Alternative Routes in the Development of Global Economy, from Late Prehistory to Modern Times'. The Red Sea and the Gulf are geographically and environmentally similar and complementary, but also competitors in their economic and cultural interactions with the Mediterranean and the Indian Ocean. The chapters of the volume are grouped in three sections, corresponding to the various historical periods. Each chapter of the book offers the reader the opportunity to travel across the regions of the Red Sea and the Gulf, from the Mediterranean to the Indian Ocean, and from prehistorical times to the contemporary era
ISBN 9789004362321 electronic book
9004362320 electronic book
9789004361430 hardcover alkaline paper
900436143X (hardcover ; alk. paper)
ISBN/ISSN 15864823
OCLC # 1076485739
Additional Format Print version: Red Sea Project (Conference) (7th : 2015 : Naples, Italy) Stories of globalisation the Red Sea and the Persian Gulf from late prehistory to early modernity Leiden ; Boston : Brill, [2019] 9789004361430 (DLC) 2018047871



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