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Coverausschnitt des RGZM-Tagungsbandes »The Mediterranean Mirror. Cultural Contacts in the Mediterranean Sea between 1200 and 750 BC« (2015).

Cover des RGZM-Tagungsbandes »The Mediterranean Mirror. Cultural Contacts in the Mediterranean Sea between 1200 and 750 BC« (2015).



Tagungsband »The Mediterranean Mirror«

Englischsprachiger Tagungsband zu Kulturkontakten in der Mittelmeerregion zwichen 1200 und 750 v. Chr. erschienen.

Buchdaten

Andrea Babbi · Friederike Bubenheimer-Erhart · Beatriz Marín-Aguilera · Simone Mühl (eds)
The Mediterranean Mirror
Cultural Contacts in the Mediterranean Sea between 1200 and 750 BC

RGZM – Tagungen, Band 20
1. Auflage 2015, 336 Seiten, 88 überwiegend farbige Abbildungen, 21 x 29,7 cm, Softcover, fadengeheftet
ISBN 978-3-88467-239-6
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Inhalt

Inhaltsverzeichnis / Table of contents

Between 1200 and 750 BC, the Mediterranean world saw the breakdown of Bronze Age civilizations, and the rise of Iron Age cultures. These chronological stages which unfortunately are often taken into consideration separately, have been bridged.

The editors’ introduction and a picture of the theoretical framework of Mediterranean studies, are followed by five geographical parts. Each of them is introduced by a senior scholar’s comprehensive overview article followed by papers of highly competent younger researchers. By commenting on cultural changes and interculturality in the sub-regions of the Mediterranean, new important insights into interregional mobility, connectivity, and decentering phenomena are provided. The vision of the Mediterranean parts as equally important for understanding the significance of contacts represents a special feature of the volume.

Druck-Förderung

Wir möchten uns herzlich bei folgenden Instituten für die Bezuschussung der Druckkosten bedanken:

Institute for Aegean Prehistory – Philadelphia: Publication Subvention Grant

Samuel H. Kress Foundation – New York: Grant for Research and Publication in Classical Art and Architecture administered by the Archaeological Institute of America (Boston)