The Mediterranean's Iron Age period was one of its most dynamic
eras. Stimulated by the movement of individuals and groups on an
unprecedented scale, the first half of the first millennium BCE
witnesses the development of Mediterranean-wide practices,
including related writing systems, common features of urbanism, and
shared artistic styles and techniques, alongside the evolution of
wide-scale trade. Together, these created an engaged, interlinked
and interactive Mediterranean. We can recognise this as the
Mediterranean's first truly globalising era. This volume introduces
students and scholars to contemporary evidence and theories
surrounding the Mediterranean from the eleventh century until the
end of the seventh century BCE to enable an integrated
understanding of the multicultural and socially complex nature of
this incredibly vibrant period.
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