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Bibil Identifier bibil:220277
Publication Type Journal article
Title (English, Long) The Two Phases of Western Phoenician Expansion beyond the Huelva Finds
Title (English, ) An Interpretation
Author González de Canales, F.
Author Serrano, L.
Author Llompart, J.
Journal Ancient West & East (Volume: 8)
Year (Publication) 2009
Year (Original (1st Edition)) 2009
Year (Copyright) 2009
Year (Reference) 2009
Language English
Pages 1-20 Pages
Genre Original
Abstract The authors suggest that the Phoenicians’ westward expansion came about in two phases differentiated by the objectives and nature of their settlements. During the first or ‘precolonial-emporitan’ phase, the Huelva emporion was founded and a series of landfalls was established in the Mediterranean, the main objective being the pursuit of high-value resources. The second phase or ‘colonial-emporitan’, irrespective of any pressure from an increased population on food resources in the Levant, might have been caused, at least in part, by Assyrian aggression. Colonies could accommodate new populations with a subsequent intensification of agricultural activity.
DOI 10.2143/AWE.8.0.2045835
Keywords Thesaurus BiBIL : Ancient Near East : Lands of the Levant (except Canaan-Israel) : Phoenicia : History and Civilization : 1st millennium
Pericopes 1 Kings 9-10
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