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LA CÔTE MAURETANIENNE ET SES RELATIONS AVEC LE LITTORAL DE LA BETIQUE (FIN DU IIIe SIèCLE A.C.-Ier SIèCLE P.C.)

Abstract : Between the end of the 3rd C.B.C. and the annexation of the Kingdom of Mauretania by Claudius the 40-42nd. B.C., the «Circle of the Straits» –a cultural entity aroused at the Straits of Gibraltar– underwent a deep transformation, under the effect of Rome, a transformation of its production and trading plans, which were established since the 8th C.B.C. Beyond this metamorphosis, this paper studies the unbalanced relationships between the two member countries of the «Circle of the Straits» taking into account the harbouring capacity of the African coast, the use of the coins in Mauretania, and the evolution of the fishing activity.
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Laurent Callegarin. LA CÔTE MAURETANIENNE ET SES RELATIONS AVEC LE LITTORAL DE LA BETIQUE (FIN DU IIIe SIèCLE A.C.-Ier SIèCLE P.C.). Mainake, Centro de Ediciones de la Diputación de Málaga — CEDMA, 2008, XXX, pp.289-328. ⟨hal-03606740⟩

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