The Plurality of Harbors at Caesarea: The Southern Anchorage in Late Antiquity

The Plurality of Harbors at Caesarea: The Southern Anchorage in Late Antiquity The engineering marvel of Sebastos, or Portus Augusti as it was called in Late Antiquity (284–638 CE), dominated Caesarea’s harbor center along modern Israel’s central coast but it was only one part of a larger maritime complex. The Southern Anchorage provides a case study as one portion of the Caesarea complex, as well as a node within the regional network of anchorages and small harbors. Ceramics recovered from here show a high percentage of locally, and provincially, produced storage jars engaged in maritime trade. The ceramic evidence points towards an intensified regional trade or cabotage rather than favouring long distance trade from large port to port. Working out of these small harbors, opportunities arose for greater flexibility in specialization of commodities and materials passing through the network of subsidiary ports, contributing to a more diversified market economy. This analysis provides another example in the growing focus on how these simple and semi-modified anchorages in the Eastern Mediterranean were often the predominant economic networks connecting hinterland and coastal trade. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Maritime Archaeology Springer Journals

The Plurality of Harbors at Caesarea: The Southern Anchorage in Late Antiquity

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Springer US
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Copyright © 2017 by Springer Science+Business Media, LLC
Subject
Social Sciences; Archaeology
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1557-2285
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1557-2293
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10.1007/s11457-017-9173-z
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