Athens Did allow trade. sparta didnt
Athens traded by ships and valued trade amongst people.
Athens was based on agriculture and trade
Did Athens support or avoid foreign trade?
By trade and/or conquest.
Athens had a trade route, going across the Aegean Sea. Athens ruled over this sea.
Athens began minting its own coinage.
trade and silver
Athens traded and sold pottery for 50 years
since athens had little farm land it relied on trade to meet its needs for food and other resources.
Their economy was based on trade!
Their Navy, trade and the arts are the biggest ones.
It's prosperity depended on it.
They still things
Athens traded with Italy and Egypt. Their land was beside the sea so access to foreign countries was easy.
Its land was to small to support a burgeoning population, so it was necessary to trade to survive.
The main source was trade and silver