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Basalt as ships' ballast and the Roman incense trade

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Contents
Introduction (David Peacock and David Williams); The incense kingdoms of Yemen: An outline history of the south Arabian Incense trade (Caroline Singer); Basalt as ships' ballast and the Roman incense trade (David Peacock, David Williams and Sarah James); The Port of Qana' and the incense trade (Alexander Sedov); Frankincense in the 'triangular' Indo-Arabian-Roman aromatics trade (Sunil Gupta); Incense in Mithraic ritual: the evidence of the finds (Joanna Bird); Incense and the port of Adulis (David Peacock and Lucy Blue); Frankincense and myrrh today (Myra Shackley).

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Peacock, David, Williams, David and James, Sarah (2007) Basalt as ships' ballast and the Roman incense trade In, Peacock, David and Williams, David (eds.) Food for the Gods: New Light on the Ancient Incense Trade. Oxford, UK, Oxbow pp. 28-70.

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Published date: 2007

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Local EPrints ID: 43286
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/43286
ISBN: 1842172255
PURE UUID: acedcc04-5926-4544-b660-e75a474c0623

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Date deposited: 23 Jan 2007
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 15:19

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Author: David Peacock
Author: David Williams
Author: Sarah James
Editor: David Peacock
Editor: David Williams

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