Based on a catalogue of 'foreign' artefacts found at 33 sites in Crete and Cretan artefacts found beyond the island, Jones presents a detailed examination of the extent of foreign influence in Iron Age Crete and the role of commercial trade in the distribution of artefacts. Sections also examine the archaeological evidence for shipping, including the location of harbours, the extent of piracy, the social significance of gift exchange and the meaning of the artefacts themselves. (Artefacts are not illustrated.)AIA Staff is the author of 'External Realtions of Early Age Crete 1100-600 BC', published 2000 under ISBN 9780787271831 and ISBN 0787271837.
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