What was the ancient Hebrew economy like?

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Ancient Hebrew was an agricultural based economy where live-stock, fruits and vegetables were the main source of income. Other such goods as ceramics and jewelry that were locally produced by local merchants as well as exotics from the orient were exchanged, as Israel was along one of the ancient world's most important trade route. The currency they used then were 'shekels' which in Hebrew means 'weighing'.
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