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Travellers in time : imagining movement in the ancient Aegean world / Saro Wallace
Ouvrage
Appartient aux collections: Routledge Studies in Archaeology, New-York, 2010-, 29
Publication: London : Routledge, 2018 Description: 1 vol. (XXIX-504 p.) : ill., cartes, plans ; 24 cmCollection : Routledge studies in archaeology; 29ISBN: 9781138088481.Langue: AnglaisPays: Royaume-Uni, Etats-Unis Auteur principal: Wallace, Saro, 1973-.... Résumé: Travellers in Time re-evaluates the extent to which the earliest Mediterranean civilizations were affected by population movement. It critiques both traditional culture-history-grounded notions of movement in the region as straightforwardly transformative, and the processual, systemic models that have more recently replaced this view, arguing that newer scholarship too often pays limited attention to the specific encounters, experiences and agents involved in travel. By assessing a broad range of recent archaeological and ancient textual data from the Aegean and central and east Mediterranean via five comprehensive studies, this book makes a compelling case for rethinking issues such as identity, agency, materiality and experience through an understanding of movement as transformative. (Source : éditeur). Note de contenu: Table des matières Item type: Ouvrage List(s) this item appears in: MOM-AOR-Année 2023
Holdings
Current library Call number Status Date due Barcode
Lyon : MOM - Bibliothèque de la Maison de l'Orient et de la Méditerranée Libre accès AOR DF220.4. W3 2018 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available 154328
Nanterre : MSH Mondes - Bibliothèque d’archéologie et des sciences de l’Antiquité B.010/614 WALL (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available BMRG28840

Bibliogr. en fin de chapitres. Notes bibliogr. Chronologie. Index

Table des matières https://opac.nebis.ch/objects/pdf03/z01_978-1-138-08848-1_01.pdf

Travellers in Time re-evaluates the extent to which the earliest Mediterranean civilizations were affected by population movement. It critiques both traditional culture-history-grounded notions of movement in the region as straightforwardly transformative, and the processual, systemic models that have more recently replaced this view, arguing that newer scholarship too often pays limited attention to the specific encounters, experiences and agents involved in travel. By assessing a broad range of recent archaeological and ancient textual data from the Aegean and central and east Mediterranean via five comprehensive studies, this book makes a compelling case for rethinking issues such as identity, agency, materiality and experience through an understanding of movement as transformative.
(Source : éditeur)

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