In this article we explore interregional trade at the polis of Antiochia Hippos during the Roman period. The discovery of chronologically well-defined Roman-period ceramic assemblages at the site provides an opportunity for a diachronic study of Roman period commerce between Hippos, the only polis in the southern Golan, and the neighbouring Galilee. Results of micromorphological analysis of common Roman period kitchenware indicate that while in the Early Roman period most of the Kefar Hananya types found at Hippos were imported from the Galilee, by the Late Roman period, most of the Kefar Hananya types found there were produced locally in the Golan.
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|State||Published - 3 Jul 2018|
Bibliographical noteFunding Information:
This study was made possible by a post-doctoral fellowship granted to M. Osband in 2015 at the Zinman Institute of Archaeology, the University of Haifa.
© 2018, © 2018 The Institute of Archaeology of Tel Aviv University.
- Provenience studies
- Roman Pottery
- Roman period
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Cultural Studies