Teoria da migração e 'colonização grega'. Milésios em Naukratis e Abydos

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  • John Brendan Knight The University of Liverpool. School of Archaeology, Classics and Egyptology Position

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https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.2448-1750.revmae.2019.169246

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Migração, Colonização grega, Mileto, Náucratis, Abydos

Resumo

Com a aplicação das abordagens teóricas pós-coloniais nas últimas décadas do século XX, o estudo do assentamento ultramarino grego arcaico chegou a um impasse terminológico e metodológico. Os estudiosos continuam a debater se o Mediterrâneo e Mar Negro assentamentos podem ser legitimamente denominados "colonização", mas tentativas de modificar essa linguagem do imperialismo falharam até agora em alcançar uma alteração significativa dos paradigmas dominantes. Este artigo sugerirá uma nova abordagem para esses problemas usando a teoria da migração contemporânea para conceituar a mobilidade e assentamentos gregos arcaicos, através dos estudos de caso da migração de milésios para Náucratis no Egito e Abydos na Troada, durante o século VII. Com base nos aspectos da teoria da 'structuration" e da teoria prática, este artigo procurará descrever e explicar as estruturas multifacetadas, práticas e agência envolvidas na migração dos gregos milésios para estas áreas. Os dois estudos de caso escolhidos serão comparados para compreender como os fatores espaciais, sociais, culturais e políticos podem ter impactado as características de Náucratis e Abydos e a multiplicidade de estímulos que cercam seu assentamento. Isso fornecerá maneiras de re-visualizar um período importante da história do Mediterrâneo, oferecendo uma abordagem metodológica flexível para ser usada em outros contextos.

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Biografia do Autor

John Brendan Knight, The University of Liverpool. School of Archaeology, Classics and Egyptology Position

John was awarded with a BA in Ancient and Medieval History from Edinburgh University. Subsequently, John recieved his MA in Classical Studies with the Open University. 

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Knight, J. B. (2019). Teoria da migração e ’colonização grega’. Milésios em Naukratis e Abydos. Revista Do Museu De Arqueologia E Etnologia, (33), 45-65. https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.2448-1750.revmae.2019.169246