This conclusion summarises the major findings of the book and considers some important avenues of future research. The study of ancient slavery will need to eschew its exclusive focus on Greek and Roman slavery and adopt a wider framework, which will explore the entanglement between slaving and the economic, social, political and cultural processes that linked together the Mediterranean, the Black Sea, temperate Europe, the Near East and North Africa. Ancient historians need their own equivalent of the framework of the Atlantic world that is currently shaping the study of early modern slavery.
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