Travellers in time : imagining movement in the ancient Aegean world

Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- List of figures -- Chronology used in this book -- Acknowledgements -- 1 Imagining movement -- Timing, context and aims of this book -- The conceptual toolkit: existing approaches to Mediterranean movement -- The Aegean focus: European/Mediter...

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Main Author: Wallace, Saro (Author, VerfasserIn)
Document Type: Online Resource Book
Published: London ; New York : Routledge , 2018
Series:Routledge Studies in Archaeology Ser
Online Access:Volltext
Related Items:Erscheint auch als: Travellers in time
Print version: Travellers in Time : Imagining Movement in the Ancient Aegean World
Author Notes:Saro Wallace
Summary:Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- List of figures -- Chronology used in this book -- Acknowledgements -- 1 Imagining movement -- Timing, context and aims of this book -- The conceptual toolkit: existing approaches to Mediterranean movement -- The Aegean focus: European/Mediterranean, disciplinary and data context -- A European and Mediterranean location -- Disciplinary and cultural perspectives on the ancient Aegean -- Aegean data quality: special features -- Analysing ancient culture change: earlier approaches and the ways they are built on in this book -- Movement and culture change in the ancient Aegean: recent region-specific perspectives -- Summary: context, methods and parameters of the present study -- 2 Movement as explanation: the heritage -- Introduction -- The Classical archaeology tradition -- Nation, race, ethnicity and movement -- Imperial legacies -- Sociocultural change and movement: frameworks of past scholarship -- Conclusions -- 3 Movement, ‘Anatolianising’ culture and Aegean social change c. 3500–2300 BC -- Introduction -- The long view on Neolithic-EB movement: questions of origins and identity -- The timing and nature of late FN sociocultural changes: evidence and interpretation -- Envisioning movement’s roots and pressures -- Approach, experience and response in movement -- Longer-term impacts of movement -- Movement models and the late EB II crisis – a regional-scale view -- Movement, culture change and the Aegean: EB II–III -- Conclusions -- 4 Crete and Cretans in the Mediterranean, eighteenth to sixteenth centuries BC -- Introduction -- Angles of approach in this study -- Origin points: multi-centredness on palatial Crete, MM II–LM IA -- Connective relationships among groups on Aegean islands/peninsulas -- Case studies -- Crete-linked movement and the Aegean mainland
Envisaging encounters -- Language, script, ethnicity, movement -- Mainland state trajectories and movement: LH II/LM IB -- Conclusions: movement and transformation in the MB–early LB Aegean -- Crete-linked movement and the east Mediterranean: regional case studies -- Introduction -- Coastal Anatolia -- Cyprus -- Egypt and the southern Levant -- Conclusions: Crete-linked movement in the Aegean and east Mediterranean, MB–LB I -- The farthest shore: the central Mediterranean -- 5 ‘Aegean’ expansion: new dynamics, new boundaries in the later LBA -- Introduction -- ‘Aegeanisation’: a bloc forms -- Movement and cultural realignment -- LM IB destructions and their context -- Conclusions on the Aegean ‘bloc’ and movement -- Culture as currency: Aegean painted pottery and movement in the later LBA -- Aegean movement and Cyprus -- Making space: the Aegean bloc in wider eastern interactions -- Looking west (and north): movement and inequality from a different perspective -- General conclusions -- 6 Myth and movement from c. 1200 BC -- Introduction -- Legacies of tradition: texts in Greek -- Non-Greek texts: the ‘Sea Peoples’ -- ‘Crisis’ and new kinds of movement: archaeological evidence from the twelfth-century Aegean -- Aegean ‘elites’ and movement -- East Mediterranean consumption patterns from c. 1200 BC – the ‘Aegeanising’ pottery boom and its significance -- Pottery and other cultural items as ‘diagnostics’ for Aegean movement to the east from c. 1200 BC – a review -- New settlement sites -- Fortifications -- Fineware innovations -- Cookware/cooking practice -- Handmade ware -- Pork consumption -- Weaving technology -- Figurative art -- Tomb and other architecture -- Summary on ‘ethnofossil’ evidence -- ‘Philistines’: review of a classic migration model in the present data context
Conclusions: Aegean movement east, 1200–1000 BC -- 7 Later Iron Age Mediterranean movement and ‘Greek colonisation’ -- Introduction: changes in Aegean-based travel c. 1200–1000 BC -- Ethnic actors and Mediterranean growth from the tenth century on -- ‘Colonisation’ in the eighth- to sixth-century central Mediterranean: introduction -- Aegeans and others in central Mediterranean encounters -- Movement and changing local dynamics in Sicily/south Italy c. 800–600 BC -- Non-Aegean movement from the east: travellers’ outlooks and reception environments in the later Iron Age west -- ‘Greek’-framed polities in wider local context -- regional landscapes beyond the polis in the seventh–sixth centuries BC -- Living ‘Greekness’: social relationships in and outside ‘Greek’ polities in the central Mediterranean from c. 700 BC -- Creative traditions and movement -- Conclusions on Aegean-linked travel in the Iron Age–Archaic Mediterranean -- 8 Conclusions: movement disassembled -- Movement and history: finding patterns -- Movement’s scale and impact: concepts and terminology -- Transformative movement in Mediterranean context -- Imagining encounters -- Travelling into the future: ongoing approaches to ancient movement -- Index
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