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Evidence of Trade Between the Myceneans and the Egyptians

Summary: Discusses the liklihood based on evidence of  trade between the Mycenaeans and the Egyptians.
The evidence of trade between the Mycenaeans and the Egyptians is staggering.  Clearly, trade was an important factor in the goods of these two regions.  Commodities such as honey, grain, fruit, nuts, fish, wine, oil, perfumes, medicines, dyes, and many other products were likely traded.  Still, the best evidence of the trade between these to groups is demonstrated by the exchange of pottery (Mountjoy, p 163).  The most probable trade routes of the region are shown in Appendix A at the end of the report.  Here, it is easy to see the many way in which Egyptians could be in contact with the Mycenaeans.  It is known that the Mycenaeans took over the Minoans of Crete using their fleet of ships.  Therefore, it is likely that they were able to transport themselves to Egyptian lands...

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