Scholar explores trade links of early pastoralists in Levant

June 25, 2020 - General

Although the economies of southern Levantine societies were defined primarily as agropastoralist, based on livestock and agriculture, historians have outlined the prevalence of commerce in ancient times, according to an American scholar.

Tell En Nasbeh, located 12 kilometres northwest of Jerusalem
[Credit: Aaron Brody]Archaeologists have found that during the Iron Age (1190-700 BC), the Babylonian period (586-539 BC) and the Persian…

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