Interações coloniais no Mediterrâneo global da Idade do Ferro

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.5007/2175-7976.2019.e67631

Palavras-chave:

Colonização grega, Colonização fenícia, Globalização mediterrânica

Resumo

A aplicação da teoria da globalização em contextos coloniais enfatizou, nos últimos anos, articulações entre colonizados e colonizadores. Para o Mediterrâneo na Idade do Ferro, o foco tem sido as expressões de identidades locais (colonizadas) e as variabilidades regionais de gregos e fenícios do além-mar. Qualquer atenção às interações que gregos e fenícios tiveram entre si durante esse tempo tem sido usada apenas para contrapor o enquadramento dos argumentos. O presente estudo examina o pano de fundo dessa circunstância tratando especificamente das interações entre tais culturas globais em escala mediterrânica durante o período de suas fundações ultramarinas. Vistos de um enquadramento global, os conjuntos de práticas em comum e de corpos de saberes compartilhados revelam uma profunda complexidade de contato intercultural durante a Idade do Ferro, lembrando-nos que as culturas nunca devem ser consideradas isoladamente.

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