The Iron Age Cyclades and Crete: Different Approaches to Connectivity Speculatively Related to Food Security

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  • Doug Forsyth University of Saint Andrews

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https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.2177-4218.v12i2p19-50

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Cyclades, Crete, Connectivity, Rainfall, Food Security

Resumo

This paper offers a case study of some of the Cycladic Islands examining connectivity and insularity between 1000 – 500 BCE. In the Cyclades, evidence of interaction with areas outside of the archipelago and of intra-island connectivity is observable on many of the islands. It will be argued that environmental factors, predominantly low rainfall, may be at least part of the explanation for the adoption of a strategy of reaching out beyond an island’s shores. Cycladic islanders plausibly sought to develop strong networks of affiliation with trading partners from other regions perhaps to serve as buffer zones to rely on during periods of poor food productivity. Compared to Cycladic material, the archaeological evidence of Cretan items found outside Crete is not as robust.  This paper speculatively suggests that Cretans, living in a more fertile environment, did not feel the same need as Cycladic islanders to establish networks of affiliation for purposes of food security.

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Biografia do Autor

Doug Forsyth, University of Saint Andrews

PhD in Ancient History, Associate researcher at University of St. Andrews, Scotland, United Kingdom.

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Forsyth, D. (2021). The Iron Age Cyclades and Crete: Different Approaches to Connectivity Speculatively Related to Food Security. Mare Nostrum, 12(2), 19-50. https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.2177-4218.v12i2p19-50

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