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Le mobilier céramique phénicien et punique d’Ibiza : un exemple de glocalisation en Méditerranée occidentale

Abstract : Using the archaeological material from the Pityusic Islands (Ibiza and Formentera) and, in particular, from local productions, we are attempting to define the material culture and subsequently the cultural processes on the archipelago. The insular nature of the latter but, at the same time, its location as major contact point in the western Mediterranean, drives us to question the local / global dialectic which comes into play in Ibiza and Formentera during the Phoenician period, and especially the Punic period. This question is part of a wider project, PPI. Phéniciens et Puniques à Ibiza (viie-iie s. av. J.-C.). Patrimoine archéologique et modélisation spatiale. This project aims to model, using innovative tools, the interaction networks, which sustained Ibiza and linked it to the rest of the Mediterranean.
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Élodie Guillon. Le mobilier céramique phénicien et punique d’Ibiza : un exemple de glocalisation en Méditerranée occidentale. Luisa Bonadies; Iva Chirpanlieva; Elodie Guillon. Les Phéniciens, les Puniques et les Autres. Échanges et identités en Méditerranée ancienne, Éditions de Boccard, pp.267-280, 2019, Orient & Méditerranée, 978-2-7018-0569-6. ⟨halshs-02555367⟩

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