Combined Bibliography: Trade and Trading communities

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Rice, C. (2016). ‘Mercantile specialization and trading communities: economic strategies in Roman maritime trade’, in A. Wilson and M. Flohr (eds), Urban craftsmen and traders in the Roman World. Oxford, 97–114.
Terpstra, T. (2013). Trading Communities in the Roman World. A Micro-Economic and Institutional Perspective. New York.
Verboven, K. (2011). ‘Resident Aliens and Translocal Merchant Collegia in the Roman Empire’, in O. Hekster and T. Kaizer (eds), Frontiers in the Roman World. Proceedings of the Ninth Workshop of the International Network Impact of Empire (Durham, 16?19 April 2009). Leiden, 335–348.
Rohde, D. (2009). ‘Der Piazzale delle Corporazioni in Ostia: wirtschaftliche Funktion und soziale Bedeutung’. MBAH 27: 31–62.
Steuernagel, D. (2009). ‘Les villes portuaires: des noeuds de communication de la mobilit√© religieuse?’. Trivium 4: 2–16.
Sosin, J.D. (1999). ‘Tyrian Stationarii at Puteoli’. Tyche 14: 275–285.
Hatzfeld, J. (1919). Les trafiquants italiens dans l'Orient hellenique. Paris.