Koloni pada zaman kuno

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Laut tengah pada sekitar abad ke-6 SM-kota-kota Foenisia diwarnai kuning, kota-kota Yunani diwarnai merah, dan kota-kota lain diwarnai abu-abu.

Koloni pada zaman kuno adalah kota-negara yang didirikan dari kota-induk ("metropolis"-nya), bukan dari sebuah teritorial besar. Ikatan antara koloni dan metropolis-nya masih sering tertutup, tetapi menghimpun bentuk spesifik.[1] Namun, tak seperti zaman kolonialisme Eropa pada awal dan akhir era modern, koloni kuno biasanya berdaulat dan memerintah sendiri dari penaungnya.

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  1. ^ Thomas R. Martin (1 August 2000). Ancient Greece: From Prehistoric to Hellenistic Times. Yale University Press. hlm. 56. ISBN 978-0-300-08493-1. Diakses tanggal 24 February 2013. ...at their new location, colonists were expected to retain ties with their metropolis. A colony that sided with its metropolis's enemy in a war, for example was regarded as disloyal... 

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