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However, such a policy does not seem to have been pursued widely elsewhere on the island and other cities may have used different tactics. In addition to the trade existing between native centres and Greek cities, undeniable from an archaeological point of view, we may think of the presence of Greeks in the native centres. The existence of Greek graffiti in different places of Sicily (Dubois 1989, passim) as well as the development, from the mid6th century, of indigenous writing clearly based on Greek alphabets (Agostiniani 1991, 23–41; 1992, 125–57; 1997, 579–81) may indicate the penetration of native territories by individual Greeks.
Incidentally, concerning transport containers, determinations of contents are still sorely lacking too. area (Histria, Berezan) and the Troad, by series of thickwalled Ionian cups of Villard B1 shape and ‘Middle Wild Goat II/III’ fruit-stands reinforced with some specimens of South-Ionian ‘Middle Wild Goat II’ style oinochoai (and accordingly recorded ‘Ionie du Sud 3’ within Lyon data bank). Such a restricted distribution cannot but arouse suspicions and the possibility of an outsider centre of manufacture located rather at the Propontis shore than in Troja, is to be expected, for which Milesian foundations such as Abydos, Parion or Kyzikos would appear to be good candidates.
This allowed them, during the peak of trade relations with Tartessos, to establish trading posts or emporia, which would make their activities easier (More1 1992, 15–25). The result of this period of intense exploration was the creation of centres which, like Massalia, Emporion or Alalia (and maybe others on the Iberian coast), originated as part of the same impulse, however different their fortunes (Sanmartí 1992a 7–41; Gras 1985, 393–423). A passage from Strabo [3. 4. 6] indicates the existence between New Carthage and the River Jucar, and near the latter, of three trading posts or small Massaliot towns (polichinia Massalioton), of which the best known (and the only one mentioned by Strabo) is Hemeroskopeion, which has a sanctuary for Ephesian Artemis on a promontory.