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DIETLER, Michael and Carolina LOPEZ-RUIZ, eds. Colonial Encounters in Ancient Iberia : Phoenician, Greek, and Indigenous Relations. Edited by Michael Dietler & Carolina Lopez-Ruiz. Chicago and London : The University of Chicago Press, (2009). First Printing. Pp. (6),[vii]-xiii,(1),-323,(7). Illustrated in black and white. 8vo, grey cloth with green lettering to spine. Very good in dustjacket. 50.00 Contents: Part I: Theoretical Issues and Frameworks: 1. "Colonial Encounters in Iberia and the Western Mediterranean: AnExploratory Framework" (Michael Dietler); 2. "Colonial Relations and Socia l Change in Iberia (Seventh to Third Centuries BC)" (Joan Sanmarti). Part II: New Perspectives on Phoenician and Greek Ventures on the Mediterranean and Atlantic Coasts: 3. "Colonial Contacts and Protohistoric Indigenous Urbanism on the Mediterranean Coast of the Iberian Peninsula" (Maria Carme Belarte); 4. "Phoenician Colonization on the Atlantic Coast of the Iberian Peninsula" (Ana Margarida Arruda); 5. "Greeks and the Iberian Peninsula: Forms of Exchange and Settlements" (Pierre Rouillard). Part III: Plant Resources,Agrarian Practices, and the Colonial Political Economy: 6. "Botanical and Archaeological Dimensions of the Colonial Encounter" (Roman Buxo); 7. "Lumberman and Shipwrights: Phoenicians on the Mediterranean Coast of Southern Spain" (Brigitte Treumann). Part IV: The Question of Tartessos: A Debate Reframed: 8. "Phoenicians in Tartessos" (Maria Belen Deamos); 9. "Precolonization and Colonization in the Interior of Tartessos" (Sebastian Celestino Perez). Part V: Interrogating Colonial Texts and Imaginated Landscapes: 10. "Tarshish and Tartessos Revisited: Textual Problems and Historical Implications" (Carolina Lopez-Ruiz); 11. "Iberia in the Greek Geographical Imagination" (Javier Gomez Espelosin). "During the first millennium BCE, Phoenicianand Greek colonists engaged with natives of the Iberian Peninsula in a ser ies of complex encounters that would transform the region and have a significant impact on the entire history of the Mediterranean. One of the first books about these encounters to appear in English, 'Colonial Encounters in Ancient Iberia' brings together a multinational group of contributors to explore ancient Iberia's colonies and indigenous societies, as well as the comparative study of colonialism. Situating ancient Iberia within Mediterranean colonial history, these scholars -- from an array of disciplines including classics, history, anthropology, and archaeology -- establish a theoretical framework for considering encounters between colonists and natives." - from the dustjacket. Very good in dustjacket. 50.00
Title: Colonial Encounters in Ancient Iberia : Phoenician, Greek, and Indigenous Relations. First Edition in dustjacket.
Publisher: University of Chicago Press, Chicago and London, 2009, ISBN:9780226148472:
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