Relations of the Mosul area with commercial areasThe ancient Near East in the Stone Ages
مجلة دراسات موصلیة,
2010, السنة 6, العدد 28, الصفحة 105-114
الملخصMosul region formed one of the most important regions in the ancient Near East in general and specially in Iraq. That was because of its cultural effects and achievement of its settlements and villages since ancient ages commercial activity was one of the most important and essential bases that established mutual cultural relationships between Mosul and its neighbors. Trade was the most important feature that characterized the city in the early period to meet the basic needs of the people daily life through time. Anatolia, Arabian Gulf, Sham and Iran were the most important regions contacting with Mosul to get rare materials. Moreover, the effect of Mosul were represented by the distribution of the Half pottery mainly in Arpachiya village in the north east of Assyrian Nineveh. This pottery was distributed in the middle, northern and eastern regions of Iraq stretching to Syria and Anatolia.
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