Trade in the Levant
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The paper discusses the significance of the area of the Levant to archeologists and religious scholars who are interested in determining the implications of life during the Bronze Age for history, religion and politics. The paper looks at the wreck of the Uluburun ship and its artifacts, relics and raw materials.
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- Bachhuber, Christoph Stephen. 2004. Aspects of Late Helladic Sea Trade. Texas A&M.
- University of Texas. http://www.utexas.edu/courses/clubmed/artifact.html.
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- Unknown. Major Trade Routs. 2007. http://www.bibarch.com/
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