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Book Number   000314436
ISBN   Link9781108839471 (hardback)
  Link9781108878135 (ebook)
Title   LinkSkilled labour and professionalism in Ancient Greece and Rome / edited by Edmund Stewart, Edward Harris, David Lewis.
Var. form of title   LinkSkilled labor and professionalism in Ancient Greece and Rome
Imprint   LinkNew York : Cambridge University Press, 2020.
Descr.   xvii, 393 pages : black and white illustrations ; 24 cm.
Language   eng
Bibliogr.   Includes bibliographical references and index.
Abstract   "In an essay published in 2002, I discussed the nature of technical specialization in the economy of Classical Athens. Although I found little evidence for vertical specialization (different skills needed to provide a single good or service), I showed that there was plentiful evidence for horizontal specialization and compiled the evidence for over 170 different occupations practiced by those residing in Attica. David Lewis has added several more, bringing the total to over 200"-- Provided by publisher
Subject - Lib.Cong.   LinkSkilled labor -- Greece -- History -- To 146 B.C.
  LinkSkilled labor -- Rome -- History
Add.Entry   LinkStewart, Edmund editor
  LinkHarris, Edward Monroe 1951- editor
  LinkLewis, David Martin 1985- editor
 
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