Interconnections in the Central Mediterranean: the Maltese by Anthony Bonanno, Pietro Militello (editors)

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Such contexts allow one to consider two possible commercial patterns: • a specialized redistribution pattern: the exportation to Pantelleria of mixed cargoes of vital goods, and importing from it a very special item : Pantellerian ware. A ballast, or ballast cargo, was then necessary. • A secondary redistribution pattern. Ships on the way to another far away destination, stopped en route at Pantelleria in order to buy a secondary cargo of ceramics, and possibly unloading part of their main cargo.

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