Egyptian-Greek exchange in the Late Period: the view from Nokradj-Naukratis
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This volume in which this chapter appears presents 16 papers that explore aspects of the economic and religious life of the northwestern Nile Delta in the first millennium BC. The papers concentrate on presenting new research on a range of material culture—ceramics, coins, weights, statuettes, statues, royal decrees and abandoned ships—from the on-going excavations of Thonis-Heracleion, a now submerged port-city on the edge of the ‘Sea of the Greeks’. This research is put into its local context through number of additional papers, including this one on Naukratis, the river-port upstream of Thonis-Heracleion.