© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2011 DOI: 10.1163/157005711X560435 Ancient Civilizations from Scythia to Siberia 16 (2010) 429-439 brill.nl/acss L’importation des amphores sinopéennes dans les territoires de Thrace Anelia Bozkova Abstract The Importing of Sinopean Amphorae into Thracian Territory This article is based on collections – both published and unpublished – of amphora stamps from Sinope stemming from settlements in the West Pontic region and from centres of con- sumption within Thrace. The conclusions presented bear upon the chronology of imports from Sinope, their development and their intensity. A commentary is provided on the data relating to the ﬂuctuating presence of merchandise from Sinope transported in amphorae to territories in the South and North of the Haemus Mons and these are viewed in the context of the com- mercial activity of the settlements of the West Pontic region. Keywords Sinope, Amphora stamps, West Pontic region, Thrace Introduction Les amphores sinopéennes comptent parmi les emballages céramiques les plus populaires qui étaient en usage pour l’importation maritime de marchandises jusqu’au littoral occidental de la Mer Noire et de là vers l’intérieur des terres thraces. Les traits généraux du commerce amphorique et ses particularités plus concrètes ont depuis longtemps été considérés comme
Ancient Civilizations from Scythia to Siberia – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2010
Keywords: Sinope; Thrace; West Pontic region; Amphora stamps
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