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Abusir VII

The early Greek residents arriving in Egypt were very much regarded as foreigners and were subject to all sorts of restrictions. However, gradually barriers were broken down as closer connections were established with the Greek mainland and new trading centres such as Naucratis were founded. This volume studies the large amount of Greek imported pottery found in Egypt and assesses what it can tell us about Egyptian-Greek relations at this time.
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