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Wine Culture in the Hellenistic Mediterranean
Articleby Branko van Oppen

Wine Culture in the Hellenistic Mediterranean

The culture of drinking wine was enjoyed throughout the Mediterranean world, and what is true now was true in antiquity, too: wine is always good business. The Hellenistic Period (c. 335-30 BCE), between Alexander the Great and Cleopatra...
Mediterranean Trade in the Late Bronze Age c. 1400-1200 BCE
Imageby Simeon Netchev

Mediterranean Trade in the Late Bronze Age c. 1400-1200 BCE

A map illustrating the late Bronze Age trade in the eastern Mediterranean seaboard as a region of increasing connectivity between the key players Pharaonic Egypt in the south, the Hittite Empire, Mesopotamia, and the Levant to the east, and...
Map of the Mediterranean 218 BCE
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Map of the Mediterranean 218 BCE

A map of the Mediterranean in 218 BC, showing the territorial extents of the following states: - Antigonids - Attalids - Carthage - Ptolemies - Roman Empire - Seleucids Major battle locations are also shown.
Bronze Age Mediterranean Invasions & Migrations
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Bronze Age Mediterranean Invasions & Migrations

A map of the Late Bronze Age Mediterranean indicating the various invasions and migrations of the period.
An Illustrated Map of the Mediterranean from 700 BCE to 500 CE (From the Novel
Imageby David Tollen

An Illustrated Map of the Mediterranean from 700 BCE to 500 CE (From the Novel "The Jericho River")

An illustrated map of the Mediterranean from 700 BCE to 500 CE. From the novel The Jericho River by David Tollen.
Map of the Mediterranean 550 BC
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Map of the Mediterranean 550 BC

A map of the Mediterranean around 550 BC, showing the major cultures: Greece and its colonies Phoenicia and its colonies Lydia Egypt Persia Thrace Illyria
Trade Routes in the Ancient Mediterranean
Imageby Simeon Netchev

Trade Routes in the Ancient Mediterranean

A map illustrating the boundaries, spheres of influence, and the flow of trade around the Mediterranean Sea between the 7th and 4th centuries BCE.
The Western Mediterranean 264 BCE
Imageby Jon Platek

The Western Mediterranean 264 BCE

Map of the western Mediterranean at the time of the First Punic War in 264 BCE.
Wine in the Ancient Mediterranean
Articleby Mark Cartwright

Wine in the Ancient Mediterranean

Wine was the most popular manufactured drink in the ancient Mediterranean. With a rich mythology, everyday consumption, and important role in rituals wine would spread via the colonization process to regions all around the Mediterranean coastal...
Trade & Commerce in Ancient Greece
Collectionby Mark Cartwright

Trade & Commerce in Ancient Greece

The ancient Mediterranean was a busy place with trading ships sailing in all directions to connect cities and cultures. The Greeks were so keen on the rewards of trade and commerce that they colonized large parts of the coastal Mediterranean...
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