This Phocaean settlement soon acquired great importance as a
trade centre. Its expansion eventually led to commercial domination
of the southern coast of France, with some remote western outposts
reaching as far as Iberia. The city maintained strong relations
both with Greece and with the indigenous populations (Celts,
Ligurians and Iberians).
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