The Persian Gulf Trade in Late Antiquity

Daryaee, Touraj
March 2003
Journal of World History;Spring2003, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p1
Academic Journal
Traces the history of trade in the Persian Gulf in the late antiquity. Economic relationship of the Persian Gulf with the province of Fars and East Asia before the eighth century; Conflict of Persians with Romans by the late Sasanian period; Discussion on the non-textual evidence for trade.


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