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Mobility and travel in the Mediterranean from Antiquity to the Middle Ages [ Ouvrage] / Renate Schlesier, Ulrike Zellmann (eds.)

Publication : Münster : Lit Verlag, 2004 Description : 1 vol. (134 p.) : ill. ; 22 cmCollection : Reiseliteratur und Kulturanthropologie; 1Titre de forme: Congrès, Paderborn, 2001ISBN : 3825867552 ; 9783825867553.Langue : Anglais.Allemand .Autres auteurs: Schlesier, Renate. Editeur ; Zellmann, Ulrike. Editeur.Résumé : The Mediterranean world is a model that serves the analysis of the dynamic process of cultural identity through approximation and differentiation, through openness and self-assertion, through a constant contact - by way of travel - to foreign regions, cultures and societies. For ancient Greek culture, mobility seems to be a specific characteristic. The same can be said for the Christian, Judaic and Islamic Middle Ages, however, under different or changed circumstances. This publication presents the contributions to an international workshop in cultural analysis, which focused on mobility as a proof of the historical flexibility of Mediterranean cultural systems. (Source : éditeur).Sujets:voyage -- mobilité -- relations culturelles -- acculturation -- fête -- relations commerciales -- obélisque -- transport sur eau -- thérapeutique Chrono:époque pharaonique -- Antiquité gréco-romaine -- époque médiévale Lieux:Grèce -- Italie -- Egypte -- Turquie -- France -- Méditerranée orientale URL: Table des matières et extraits
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Nanterre : MSH Mondes - Bibliothèque d’archéologie et des sciences de l’Antiquité
E.010/770 SCHL (Browse shelf) Available P1 HAR ESPRI 07-10-2010 4500038027 BMRG17995

Ourage issu d'un colloque organisé le 26 juin 2001 à l'université de Paderborn par le Graduate College of Travel Literature and Cultural Anthropology. - Textes en anglais sauf un texte en allemand avec un résumé en anglais.

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The Mediterranean world is a model that serves the analysis of the dynamic process of cultural identity through approximation and differentiation, through openness and self-assertion, through a constant contact - by way of travel - to foreign regions, cultures and societies. For ancient Greek culture, mobility seems to be a specific characteristic. The same can be said for the Christian, Judaic and Islamic Middle Ages, however, under different or changed circumstances. This publication presents the contributions to an international workshop in cultural analysis, which focused on mobility as a proof of the historical flexibility of Mediterranean cultural systems.
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