2 edition of Indo-Roman Trade found in the catalog.
Ajoy Kumar Singh
by South Asia Books
Written in English
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Contrary to assertions made in the Prologue, the objective of the book seems less to present an alternative hypothesis based on analysis of available material, but more to somehow fit the data into the current model of Indo-Roman trade as ushering in social change in south India propounded by Mortimer Wheeler in and accepted by historians. Indo-Roman Trade: From Pots to Pepper This book brings together for the first time archaeological findings from key ports throughout the Indian Ocean - the Red Sea, South Arabia, the Gulf and India - to build up a balanced picture of relations between East and West. /5(2).
The famous "Muziris papyrus" is a loan contract. In the first decades of Indo-Roman trade at Muziris, in order to exactly define legal responsibility in case of shipwreck, maritime loan contracts for Muziris must have explicitly specified that borrower would leave India by a particular date. Indo-Roman trade continued to attract the attention of British scholars till the fifties. In Charlesworth resurveyed the evidence relevant to this theme. Three years later Mortimer Wheeler published Rome beyond Imperial Frontiers, which mentions the Roman objects found in Arikamedu and other places in south India as a result of excavations.
Get this from a library! Indo-Roman trade: from pots to pepper. [R Tomber; Antony Simpson; Penny Copeland] -- "This book brings together for the first time archaeological findings from key ports throughout the Indian Ocean - the Red Sea, South Arabia, the Gulf, India and Sri Lanka - . Perusing the political economy of the early Mediterranean exchange relations with the southern West Coast, the paper seeks to argue that the expression, ‘Indo-Roman trade’ popularized by Indian historiography is a misnomer, for what had happened was literally Roman trade with the East having India little or no role in by: 5.
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The book is arranged geographically, drawing on new evidence from archaeological sites and materials on the Red Sea and in India. A final chapter sketches the changing fortunes of trade between the first century Bc and the seventh century Ad in the light of these important new archaeological by: About Indo-Roman Trade This book brings together for the first time archaeological findings from key ports throughout the Indian Ocean - the Red Sea, South Arabia, the Gulf and India - to build up a balanced picture of relations between East and West.
Indo-Roman Trade book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This book brings together for the first time archaeological findings from /5(8).
Indo-Roman trade and relations Roman trade with India (see also the spice trade and incense Indo-Roman Trade book through the overland caravan routes Indo-Roman Trade book Anatolia and Persia, though at a relative trickle compared to later times, antedated the southern trade route via the Red Sea and monsoons which started around the beginning of the Common Era (CE) following the reign of Augustus and his conquest of Egypt in 30 BCE.
The book is a critical rethinking of the nature of the classical eastern Mediterranean exchange relations with the coasts of the Indian sub-continent. It examines in the light of the extant source material and theoretical insights whether the expression aIndo a Roman tradea is by: 3.
Description: The book is a rethinking of the classical eastern Mediterranean overseas exchange relations with the Indian sub-continent. Characterizing the nature of exchanges in detail against extant sources and theories, the book maintains that the expression, 'Indo-Roman trade' is a.
This was an early archaeological indication of Roman trade with India but subsequent work has enormously expanded our knowledge of this trade and in Indo-Roman Trade: from pots to pepper, Roberta Tomber pulls together the widespread evidence. Oxford Roman Economy Project Bibliographies: Indo-Roman Trade Indo-Roman Trade.
Compiled by Andrew Wilson and Nick Ray. VersionMay General overviews Warmington, E. The Commerce between the Roman Empire and India. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press. Review: A.G. ‘review ofFile Size: KB. Digital Editions of EPW Books. » Indo-Roman Trade. Book Reviews. R S Sharma.
Vol. 2, Issue No. 20, 20 May, Bibtex Endnote RIS Google Scholar. Indo-Roman Trade. Vol. 2, Issue No. 20, 20 May, Book Reviews. R S Sharma connivance of, according to the UF circles, a section of the local bureaucracy.
Simultaneously, after. Indo-Roman Trade: From Pots To Pepper (Debates in Archaeology) Author. Tomber, Roberta. Publisher. Bristol Classical Press. Publication Date. Buy This Book. $ plus shipping $ free shipping worldwide. By purchasing books through this website, you support our non-profit organization.
Ancient History Encyclopedia receives. Rome’s Eastern Trade. International Commerce and Imperial Policy 31 BC – AD London and New York, Routledge. Tomber, R. Indo-Roman trade: from pots to pepper. London, Gerald Duckworth & Co.
Ltd. Mclaughlin, R. Rome and the Distant East: Trade Routes to the Ancient Lands of Arabia, India and China. London and New York. Indo-Roman Trade Compiled by Andrew Wilson VersionDecember General overviews Warmington, E. The commerce between the Roman empire and India.
Rethinking Classical Indo-Roman Trade - Rajan Gurukkal - Oxford University Press The book is a critical rethinking of the nature of the classical eastern Mediterranean exchange relations with the coasts of the Indian sub-continent. Indo-Roman Trade: From Pots to Pepper is less a history book than an overview of the state of archaeological evidence for trade between the Roman Empire and the Indian subcontinent.
It’s short and very much a synopsis; I think for serious students of this subject much of the value lies in the extensive bibliography at the back. Indo-Roman Trade: From Pots to Pepper by Roberta Tomber. Paperback $ This book brings together for the first time archaeological findings from key ports throughout the Indian Ocean - the Red Sea, South Arabia, the Gulf and India - to build up a balanced picture of relations between East and West.
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Whatever the reason, the Indian trade with Rome soon petered out to a memory and then a forgotten piece of history, till it was left to archaeologists to unearth various coins and artefacts and reconstruct the Indo-Roman trade.
This book is the result of Suresh's study of Roman Antiquities in Tamilnadu which was sponsored by the C. Ramaswami. Buy Indo-Roman Trade: From Pots To Pepper (Duckworth Debates in Archaeology) by Roberta Tomber (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
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Book reviews - Roberta Tomber. Indo-Roman trade: from pots to pepper. pages, 21 illustrations. London: Duckworth; paperback £ - Volume 83 Issue - Author: Robin Coningham.The book is a critical rethinking of the nature of the classical eastern Mediterranean exchange relations with the coasts of the Indian subcontinent.
It examines in the light of the extant source material and theoretical insights whether the expression ‘Indo-Roman trade’ is tenable.
Characterizing the nature of contemporary exchanges in detail, the book maintains that the expression.The history of India’s maritime contact with Rome, generally described as Indo – Roman trade, has been a prominent theme of discussion in her historiography, exciting several historians with the imaginary notion of a maritime civilisation, as any book on ancient India would Size: KB.