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Journal Articles (Review Article) International Journal of Economic Performance - المجلة الدولية للأداء الاقتصادي Year : 2022

Economic relations between the regions of the Arabian Peninsula in the Ancient History

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Mohammed B Salma

Abstract

The Arabian Peninsula witnessed a prosperous economic activity during antiquity, considering that economic exchange was the backbone of human life. This research aims to present an analytical study on the economic relations between the regions of the Arabian Peninsula in the light of the Marxist theory that supports the decisive role of the economic factor in history, especially since the regions of the Arabian Peninsula are rich in multiple products, which led to the diversity of aspects of economic activity "agricultural, animal and industrial". In turn, it was reflected in the internal economic relations between the regions of the Arabian Peninsula through the routes and cities of the trade caravans. The external interventions (Ptolemaic and Roman) negatively affected the internal relations between the south and north of the Arabian Peninsula.The economic aspect was the basis on which the relations between the south and north of the Arabian Peninsula were built, and the economic theory of Karl Marx was applied to it, as economic cooperation contributed to its development and growth, and also caused its transformation or end.
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hal-03904730 , version 1 (17-12-2022)

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Mohammed B Salma. Economic relations between the regions of the Arabian Peninsula in the Ancient History. International Journal of Economic Performance - المجلة الدولية للأداء الاقتصادي, 2022, 5 (2), https://www.asjp.cerist.dz/en/article/206519. ⟨hal-03904730⟩

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