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Bankers of Puteoli

finance, trade and industry in the Roman world
  • 288 Pages
  • 1.55 MB
  • English
Tempus , Stroud
Banks and banking -- Italy -- Pozzuoli -- History., Commercial loans -- Italy -- Pozzuoli -- History., Rome -- Commerce -- His
StatementDavid Jones.
LC ClassificationsHG237 .J66 2006
The Physical Object
Pagination288 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18609397M
ISBN 100752435949
ISBN 139780752435947
LC Control Number2008396593

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History. Pozzuoli began as the Greek colony of Dicaearchia (Greek: Δικαιαρχία).The Roman colony was established in BC, and took the name Puteoli which it has his roots from 'puteus', meaning well (also used by sibyls to predict the future) and 'osco fistulus' (cave). An alternative etymology of Puteoli from the Latin puteo (to stink), referring to the sulfuric smell in the area Country: Italy.

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ISSN Research output not available from this repository, contact author. Jan 19,  · While he was situated in Pompeii, most of the bankers could be found 30 miles from Pompeii in Puteoli, which was a major shipping town.

Three-hundred ton grain ships from Africa and Egypt docked here for transshipment of goods to Rome. One such precious cargo was a man known as Paul of Tarsus (Acts ). This book updates some of Andreau’s most relevant research on Roman financial practices up to the 3rd century whose activities were linked with the credit market of the harbor of Puteoli, would have been private bankers, possibly argentarii.

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The Bankers of Puteoli: Finance, Trade and Industry in the Roman World. Apr 16,  · Did the Roman Repubic have a banking system. During Republican times people bought and sold large estates and villas. Often that would have required the transfer of many wagon-loads of physical money to pay for the property.

With Banking and Business in the Roman World Andreau, who is working on a comprehensive history of banking from antiquity through the medieval period, has given us an excellent, wieldy introduction to the financial activities of the Roman Republic and the first three hundred years of the Empire.

He emphasizes the structures within which the. PUTEOLI, an ancient town of Campania (mod. Pozzuoli, q.v.), Italy, on the northern shore of the Bay of Puteoli, a portion of the Bay of Naples, from which it is 6 m.

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The focus of the book is on Roman private finance in the period from the late fourth century BCE to the first half of the third century CE, with a special interest in the activity of professional bankers.

The book admirably fulfills the goals of the Key Themes series, which is designed to serve the needs of students and non-specialists. Finding the Roman Empire's Disappeared Deposit Bankers. The wooden loan tablets of the Sulpicii of Puteoli dating from the nate bankers but he did not believe they were needed and he was Author: Morris Silver.

These and incidents of missselling £60M of dodgy financial products to the elderly were also breaches of the bankers "rules" but because they had ocurred earlier in corporate history they were set aside quickly.

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