Crisis Averted: How the collapse of the palatial centers provided the perfect storm for prosperity and growth in the 12th/11th centuries BCE in the Central Mediterranean

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Μονάδα:
Κατεύθυνση Αρχαιολογία της Ελλάδας και της Ανατολικής Μεσογείου: από τα ανάκτορα της Εποχής του Χαλκού έως και τα Ελληνιστικά βασίλεια
Βιβλιοθήκη Φιλοσοφικής Σχολής
Ημερομηνία κατάθεσης:
2019-11-05
Έτος εκπόνησης:
2019
Συγγραφέας:
Hitchcock Jocelyn McKenzie
Στοιχεία επιβλεπόντων καθηγητών:
Yiannis Papadatos
Πρωτότυπος Τίτλος:
Crisis Averted: How the collapse of the palatial centers provided the perfect storm for prosperity and growth in the 12th/11th centuries BCE in the Central Mediterranean
Γλώσσες εργασίας:
Αγγλικά
Μεταφρασμένος τίτλος:
Crisis Averted: How the collapse of the palatial centers provided the perfect storm for prosperity and growth in the 12th/11th centuries BCE in the Central Mediterranean
Περίληψη:
Though the Late Bronze Age collapse of palatial centers throughout the eastern Mediterranean spelled out a significant shrinking of social, political, and economic relationships for most of the main administrative centers, certain areas of the Mediterranean were left to prosper in the aftermath. In particular, peripheral regions of Mycenaean Greece, such as Achaea, not only survived the so-called collapse of their neighbors, but continued and strengthened relationships with southeastern Italy, another area of the Mediterranean that did not witness a major socio-political contraction. This post-palatial relationship reached its zenith in the 12th and 11th centuries BCE and is evidenced by shared ceramic styles and techniques, burial contexts and processes, and changes in settlement patterns after the Mycenaean administrative center disappeared. By looking at the nature of the relationship between Italy and the western Peloponnese we are able to correct and nuance our understanding of three distinct areas of research: (1) the system of Mycenaean palatial control in peripheral regions; (2) the varied nature of the Bronze Age collapse; and (3) the ability of certain areas to flourish in the Post-palatial period, despite the aforementioned crisis.
Κύρια θεματική κατηγορία:
Αρχαιολογία
Λέξεις-κλειδιά:
Bronze Age Prehistory, central Mediterranean, trade, palatial system, Mycenaean palaces, Aegean prehistory, Bronze Age collapse, Bronze Age Italy
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