Vasos Gregos e Relações Internacionais


  • Gilberto da Silva Francisco Universidade Federal de São Paulo. Escola de Filosofia, Letras e Ciências Humanas. Departamento de História



Cerâmica grega, distribuição, recepção, relações internacionais.


Este artigo discute a circulação dos vasos gregos em dois contextos conectados: o primeiro é a sua distribuição antiga em vários pontos do Mediterrâneo e situada em um cenário tradicional de trocas, muitas vezes chamado de “comércio internacional”; o segundo é a situação que se desenvolve a partir de seus muitos achados e colecionismo relacionado desde o século XVIII, além de sua referência para identidades nacionais, bem como as disputas por sua obtenção no plano das relações internacionais.


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Francisco, G. da S. (2015). Vasos Gregos e Relações Internacionais. Revista Do Museu De Arqueologia E Etnologia, (25), 191-213.