"Roman amphora trade across the straits of Gibraltar: an ancient "anti-economic practice"?"
Teichner F., Pons i Pujol Ll. ( 2008 )
Oxford Journal of Archeology 27(3); pp. 303-314.

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Olive oil and fish products from the south of Hispania and North Africa played an important role in the Roman economy. The authors call attention to the asymmetrical distribution of archaeological data available on this subject, in particular the location of amphora kilns, and try to give an explanation, based on the evolution of European archaeology in the twentieth century.
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