Entre archeologie et histoire : dialogues sur divers peuples de l'Italie preromaine: E pluribus unum? - Etudes genevoises sur l'Antiquite 2 (Paperback)
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Entre archeologie et histoire : dialogues sur divers peuples de l'Italie preromaine: E pluribus unum? - Etudes genevoises sur l'Antiquite 2 (Paperback)

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Paperback 362 Pages / Published: 22/10/2014
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Le projet " E pluribus unum " ? L'Italie, de la diversite preromaine a l'unite augusteenne entend faire le tour des populations antiques de l'Italie centrale, illustrant de quelle maniere celles-ci ont contribue a forger l'" identite inachevee " de l'Italie romaine. Chaque volume est le resultat d'une rencontre scientifique dediee a une periode precise et aux problematiques qui lui sont propres.
Le premier volume, consacre aux periodes qui ont precede la conquete romaine, met ainsi en scene Sabins, Ombriens, Piceniens, Samnites, Campaniens, Lucaniens, Volsques, Falisques, Capenates et Latins au travers des thematiques suivantes : l'emergence des divers ethne dans les sources ecrites, les specificites culturelles perceptibles pour chacun d'entre eux par le biais de l'archeologie, les liens entre ethnos et territoire et les relations avec les ethne voisins.
Dans chaque cas, une demarche transdisciplinaire a ete confiee a un binome de chercheurs, l'une de formation plutot archeologique, l'autre plus historique. L'ensemble de l'equipe, relevant de traditions academiques differentes, a ainsi cherche a verifier dans quelle mesure ces " feux croises " aboutissaient a des conclusions analogues ou mettaient au contraire en evidence une serie d'images contrastees.
Il progetto "E pluribus unum"? L'Italia dalla diversita preromana all'unita augustea intende fornire in tre volumi un quadro sulle popolazioni dell'Italia centrale antica e sul loro contributo alla formazione dell'"identita incompiuta" della Penisola Italiana in eta romana. Ogni volume e frutto di un incontro di studi dedicato ad un preciso periodo di tempo e alle sue problematiche.
Il primo volume, incentrato sulla fase precedente alla conquista romana della penisola, prende in considerazione una selezione di popoli: Sabini, Umbri, Piceni, Sanniti, Campani, Lucani, Volsci, Falisci, Capenati e Latini. Per ciascuno di essi vengono affrontate nel dettaglio le seguenti tematiche: l'emergere dell'ethnos nelle fonti storiche e la possibilita di riconoscere una specificita culturale nelle fonti archeologiche, il legame dell'ethnos con il territorio e i rapporti con le realta confinanti.
L'analisi, affidata a una coppia di studiosi, uno di formazione piu archeologica ed uno piu storico, espressioni di diverse tradizioni accademiche europee, ha lo scopo di verificare se questo "fuoco incrociato" porta a conclusioni analoghe o finisce per mettere in risalto una diversa immagine a seconda della prospettiva adottata.
The project "E pluribus unum"? Italy from the pre-Roman fragmentation to the Augustan unity aims to give (thanks to a set of three volumes) a picture of the peoples of ancient pre-Roman central Italy and of the contribution made by them to the formation of the "unaccomplished identity" of the Italian peninsula during the late-Republic and Empire. Each book is the outcome of a conference, dedicated to a specific chronological period and to its problems.
The first volume, centred on the phase preceding the Roman conquest of the peninsula, takes into consideration a selection of peoples: Sabini, Umbri, Piceni, Samnites, Campani, Lucani, Volsci, Falisci, Capenates and Latini. For each of them the following themes are tackled in detail: the emergence of the ethnos in ancient written sources and the possibility of recognizing a cultural specificity in the archaeological record, the link between the ethnos and the territory, and the relationship with the neighbouring ethne.
The peoples are analysed individually each by a couple of scholars, highlighting

Publisher: Peter Lang AG, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften
ISBN: 9783034313247
Number of pages: 362
Weight: 1370 g
Dimensions: 297 x 210 x 20 mm
Edition: New edition

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