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Gregory (Grigorios) Zorzos

Banks of Alexander the Great (cdrom)

Banks of Alexander the Great (cdrom)
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2000
The book Banks of Alexander the Great in cdrom! At last a book about the Banks and Banking System during and after the campaign of the Alexander the Great. This monumental work -long out of print, a very hard and rare book to find- was prepared by one of the foremost Economist, who writes history. It contains deep analysis, with many ancient texts (Ancient Greek, Hebrew, Hieroglyphs, Coptic, Ideograms, Linears, Assyrian, Persian, Syriac, Sumerian, Ethiopic, Arabic, Babylonian, Latin, etc.), including tips of modern translations (Greek, English, etc.). This book includes many selected ancient texts from many places (even from papyri, ostraka, tablets, coins, cups, vassels, amphora, clay boxes, jugs, vases, plates, jars, etc.), and also many drawings and relevant photos, in a form of a scientific research for the subject. Deep analysis describes the banking system and the professions of the economists, financiers, investors, accountants, bookkeepers, etc. Also includes the contracts and legislation of this period such as laws for banks, interest, loans, bank services, personal accounts, exchange, savings, real estate, loan with goods, personal loans, public loans, taxes, VAT, maritime economy, public works, laws for sales, bonds, mutual funds, leasing, factoring, franchising, auditing, banking codes, etc. Furthermore describes the monetary system and its changes. At the end of the book there is a prototype “Ancient Economic Lexicon” with the economic and banking terminology of this period. “Banks of Alexander the Great” is the vol. II of “Economics of Alexander the Great”.
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