Linha de pesquisa 1: A Grécia antiga e suas conexões afro-asiáticas: contatos e identidades

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A Grécia antiga e suas conexões afro-asiáticas: contatos e identidades

 

Resumo:

Esta linha de pesquisa estuda: 1- a questão dos contatos culturais e identidades entre a Grécia, África do Norte e Ásia na Antiguidade, concentrando-se nos subtemas: a) O Egito e a Líbia na História de Heródoto; b) A historiografia sobre a Grécia e a África do Norte na Antiguidade; c) As cidades de Náucratis e de Cirene. 2- a questão da alteridade e interação da Grécia com o Oriente na Antiguidade, concentrando-se nos subtemas: a) O “outro” na História de Heródoto; b) A historiografia sobre a Grécia e o Oriente na Antiguidade; c) As conexões da arte grega com o Oriente. 3- As circularidades culturais e religiosas entre o antigo Oriente médio, o norte da África e a Grécia.

Pesquisadores:

 Prof. Dr. Gilberto da Silva Francisco (Unifesp), Prof. Dr. Glaydson José da Silva (Unifesp), Prof. Dr. José Geraldo Costa Grillo (Unifesp), Prof. Dr. Julio César Magalhães de Oliveira (USP), Prof. Dr. Júlio César Mendonç Gralha(UFF), Profa. Dra. Kátia Maria Paim Pozzer (UFRGS), Profa. Dra. Maria Aparecida de Oliveira Silva (Pós-doc USP); Profa. Dra. Maria Regina Cândido (UERJ), Profa. Dra. Marta Jardim (Unifesp), Profa. Dra. Patrícia Teixeira Santos (Unifesp), Prof. Dr. Pedro Paulo Abreu Funari (Unicamp), Profa. Dra. Raquel dos Santos Funari, Profa. Dra. Renata Senna Garraffoni (UFPr), Prof. Dr. Renato Pinto (UFPe) e Profa. Dra. Samira Adel Osman (Unifesp).

1. A Grécia e a África do Norte na Antiguidade: contatos e identidades

1. Heródoto

1.1. Texto

HERÔDOTOS. História. Tradução do grego, introdução e notas de Mário da Gama Kury. Brasília: Universidade de Brasília, 1985.

HERODOTUS. Books I-IX. In four volumes. With an English translation by Alfred Denis Godley. Loeb Classical Library. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University, 1920-1925.

1.2. Comentários

ASHERI, David; LLOYD, Alan; CORCELLA, Aldo. A commentary on Herodotus books I-IV. Oxford: Oxford University, 2007.

GSELL, Stéphane. Hérodote. Textes relatifs à l’histoire de l’Afrique du Nord, 1. Alger: Adolphe Jourdan, 1915.

OLIVEIRA, Maria Aparecida de. Plutarco. 'Da Malícia de Heródoto'. (Edição Bilíngue) Estudo, Tradução e Notas.. 1. ed. São Paulo: Edusp/Fapesp, 2013. v. 1. 264p .

1.3. Egito

ARMAYOR, O. Kimball. Did Herodotus ever go to Egypt. Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt, 15, p. 59-73, 1978.

BURSTEIN, Stanley M. Images of Egypt in Greek historiography. In: LOPRIENO, Antonio (ed.). Ancient Egyptian literature: history and forms. Leiden: Brill, 1996. p. 591–604.

HARTOG, François. Les Grecs égyptologues. Annales, 41, p. 953-967, 1986.

HARTOG, François. Viagens do Egito. In: Memória de Ulisses: narrativas sobre a fronteira na Grécia antiga. Belo Horizonte: UFMG, 2004. p. 53-92.

HEATH, Douglas Denon. Herodotus in Egypt. Journal of Philology, 15, p. 215-240, 1886.

LLOYD, Alan B. Herodotus' account of Pharaonic history. Historia: Zeitschrift für Alte Geschichte, 37, p. 22-53, 1988.

LLOYD, Alan B. Egypt. In: BAKKER, Egbert J.; DE JONG, Irene J. F.; VAN WEES, Hans (eds.). Brill’s companion to Herodotus. Leiden: Brill, 2002. p. 415-435.

LLOYD, Alan B. The reception of Pharaonic Egypt in classical antiquity. In: LLOYD, Alan B. (ed.). A companion to ancient Egypt. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010. p. 1067-1085.

NIMIS, Stephen. Egypt in Greco-Roman history and fiction. Alif: Journal of Comparative Poetics, 24, p. 34-67, 2004.

PINHEIRO, Marília Pulquério Futre. A atração pelo Egipto na literatura grega. Humanitas, 47, p. 441-468, 1995.

REDFIELD, James. Herodotus the tourist. Classical Philology, 80, p. 97-118, 1985.

VANNICELLI, Pietro. Herodotus’ Egypt and the foundations of universal history. In: LURAGHI, Nino (ed.). The historian’s craft in the age of Herodotus. Oxford: Oxford University, 2001. p. 211-240.

1.4. Líbia

LLOYD, Alan B. Herodotus on Egyptians and Libyans. In: REVERDIN, Olivier; GRANGE, Bernard (eds.). Hérodote et les peuples non grecs. Entretiens sur l’Antiquités Classique, 35. Genève: Fondation Hardt, 1990. p. 215-244.

GIANGULIO, Maurizio. Constructing the past: colonial traditions and the writing of history. The case of Cyrene. In: LURAGHI, Nino (ed.). The historian’s craft in the age of Herodotus. Oxford: Oxford University, 2001. p. 116-137.

LIVERANI, Mario. The Libyan caravan road in Herodotus IV. 181-185. Journal of the Economic and Social History of Orient, 43, p. 496-520, 2000.

OLIVER, James H. Herodotus 4.153 and SEG IX3. Greek, Roman and Byzantine Studies, 7, p. 25-29, 1966.

TISSOT, Charles-Joseph. La Libye d’Hérodote. Bulletin de Correspondance Hellénique, 1, p. 265-273, 1877.

2. Historiografia

2.1. História da África do Norte

BATES, Oric. The eastern Libyans. London: Macmillan, 1914.

FAGE, John Donnelly (ed.). The Cambridge history of Africa, II: from c. 500 BC to AD 1050. Cambridge: Cambridge University, 1978.

MOKHTAR, Gamal (ed.). História geral da África, II: África antiga. Brasília: UNESCO, 2010.

NAYLOR, Phillip C. North Africa: a history from antiquity to the present. Austin: University of Texas, 2009.

QUINN, Josephine Crawley. North Africa. In: ERSKINE, Andrew (ed.). A companion to ancient history. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2009. p. 260-272.

SMITH, Richard. What happened to the ancient Libyans? Chasing sources across the Sahara from Herodotus to Ibn Khaldun. Journal of World History, 14, p. 459-500, 2003.

2.2. Os gregos na África do Norte

AUSTIN, Michel M. Greece and Egypt in the archaic age. Proceedings of the Cambridge Philological Society. Supplement, 2. Cambridge: Cambridge Philological Society, 1970.

BOARDMAN, John. The Greeks overseas: their early colonies and trade. London: Thames and Hudson, 1999.

BOARDMAN, John. Settlement for trade and land in North Africa: problems of identity. In: TSETSKHLADZE, Gocha R.; DE ANGELIS, Franco (eds.). The archaeology of Greek colonization: essays dedicated to Sir John Boardman. Oxford: Oxford University School of Archaeology, 2004. p. 137-149.

CHAMOUX, François. Le monde égéen et l’Afrique. Cahiers de la Villa Kérylos, 7, p. 25-37, 1997.

MALLET, Dominique. Les premiers établissements des Grecs en Égypte (VIIe et VIe siècles). Paris: Ernest Leroux, 1893.

WEBER, Sabine. Contacts and colonies: Egypt and North Africa. In: SMITH, Tyler Jo; PLANTZOS, Dimitri (eds.). A companion to Greek art. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2012. p.293-311.


2.3. Contatos e identidades

2.3.1. Contatos

HODOS, Tamar. Colonial engagements in the global Mediterranean iron age. Cambridge Archaeological Journal, 19, p. 221-241, 2009.

KNAPP, A. Bernard; VAN DOMMELEN, Peter. Material connections: mobility, materiality and Mediterranean identities. In: VAN DOMMELEN, Peter; KNAPP, A. Bernard (eds.). Material connections in the ancient Mediterranean: mobility, materiality and Mediterranean identities. London: Routledge, 2010. p. 1-18.

SILLIMAN, Stephen W. Culture contact or colonialism? Challenges in the archaeology of native North America. American Antiquity, 70, p. 55-74, 2005.

TSETSKHLADZE, Gocha R. Introduction: revisiting ancient Greek colonization. In: TSETSKHLADZE, Gocha R. (ed.). Greek colonization: an account of Greek colonies and other settlements overseas. Volume I. Leiden: Brill, 2006. p. xxiii-lxxxiii.

ULF, Christoph. Rethinking cultural contacts. In: ROLLINGER, Robert; SCHNEGG, Kordula (hrsg.). Kulturkontakte in antiken Welten: von Denkmodell zum Fallbeispiel. Proceedings des internationalen Kolloquiums aus Anlass des 60. Geburtstages von Christoph Ulf, Innsbruck, 26. bis 30. Januar 2009. Leuven: Peeters, 2014. p. 507-564.

2.3.2. Identidades

ANTONACCIO, Carla Maria. Ethnicity and colonization. In: MALKIN, Irad (ed.). Ancient perceptions of Greek ethnicity. Center for Hellenic Studies Colloquia, 5. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University, 2001. p. 113-157.

ANTONACCIO, Carla Maria. Colonization: Greece on the move, 900-480. In: SHAPIRO, Harvey Alan (ed.). The Cambridge companion to archaic Greece. Cambridge: Cambridge University, 2007. p. 201-224.

ANTONACCIO, Carla Maria. (Re)Defining ethnicity: culture, material culture, and identity. In: HALES, Shelley; HODOS, Tamar (eds.). Material culture and social identities in the ancient world. Cambridge: Cambridge University, 2010. p. 32-53.

ANTONACCIO, Carla Maria. Hybridity and the cultures within Greek culture. In: DOUGHERTY, Carol; KURKE, Leslie (eds.). The cultures within ancient Greek culture: contact, conflict, collaboration. Cambridge: Cambridge University, 2003. p. 57-74.

BARTH, Fredrik. Grupos étnicos e suas fronteiras. In: POUTIGNAT, Philippe; STREIFF-FENART, Jocelyne. Teorias da etnicidade. São Paulo: Unesp, 2011. p. 187-227.

DOMÍNGUEZ, Adolfo J. Hellenic identity and Greek colonization. Ancient West & East, 4, p. 446-457, 2006.

HALL, Jonathan M. Polis, community, and ethnic identity. In: SHAPIRO, Harvey Alan (ed.). The Cambridge companion to archaic Greece. Cambridge: Cambridge University, 2007a. p. 40-60.

HALL, Jonathan M. The creation and expression of identity: the Greek world. In: ALCOCK, Susan E.; OSBORNE, Robin (eds.). Classical archaeology. 2007b. p. 337-354.

HALL, Jonathan M. Ethnicity and cultural exchange. In: RAAFLAUB, Kurt A.; VAN WEES, Hans (eds.). A companion to archaic Greece. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2009. p. 604-617.

MALKIN, Irad. Ethnicité et colonization: le réseau d’identité grecque en Sicile. In: LUCE, Jean-Marc (ed.). Identités ethniques dans le monde Grec antique. Pallas: Revue d’Études Antiques, 73. Toulouse: PUM, 2007. p. 181-190.

MALKIN, Irad; MÜLLER, Christel. Vingt and d’ethnicité: bilan historiographique et application du concept aux études anciennes. In: CAPDETREY, Laurent; ZURBACH, Julien (ed.). Mobilités grecques: mouvements, réseaux, contacts en Méditerranée, de l’époque archaïque à l’époque hellénistique. Bordeaux: Ausonius, 2012. p. 25-37. 

PROST, Francis. Identités des peuples, identité des cités: l’exemple lycien. In: LUCE, Jean-Marc (ed.). Identités ethniques dans le monde Grec antique. Pallas: Revue d’Études Antiques, 73. Toulouse: PUM, 2007. p. 99-113.

 

3. Náucratis

BRESSON, Alan. Rhodes, l’Hellénion et le statut de Naucratis. In: La cité marchande. Bordeaux: Ausonioius, 2000a. p. 13-63.

BRESSON, Alan. Retour à Naucratis. In: La cité marchande. Bordeaux: Ausonioius, 2000b. p. 65-84.

COLORU, Omar. De Naucratis à Kandahar: les diasporas grecques en Orient. In: BOUFFIER, Sophie (dir.). Les diasporas grecques du détroit de Gibraltar à l’Indus (VIIIe siècle av. J.-C. – fin du IIIe siècle av. J.-C. ). Paris: SEDES, 2012. p. 239-272.

COULSON, William; LEONARD JR.; Albert; WILKIE, Nancy. Three seasons of excavations and survey at Naukratis and environs. Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt, 19, p. 73-109, 1982.

DEMETRIOU, Denise. Negotiating identity in the ancient Mediterranean: the archaic and classical multiethnic emporia. Cambridge: Cambridge University, 2012. 

DRIJVERS, Jan Willem. Strabo 17.1.18 (801C): Inaros, the Milesians and Naucratis. Mnemosyne, 52, p. 16-22, 1999.

FANTALKIN, Alexander. Naukratis as a contact zone: revealing the Lydian connection. In: ROLLINGER, Robert; SCHNEGG, Kordula (hrsg.). Kulturkontakte in antiken Welten: von Denkmodell zum Fallbeispiel. Proceedings des internationalen Kolloquiums aus Anlass des 60. Geburtstages von Christoph Ulf, Innsbruck, 26. bis 30. Januar 2009. Leuven: Peeters, 2014. p. 27-51.

GARDNER, Ernest Arthur. Naukratis. Part II. Sixth memoir of The Egypt Exploration Fund. London: Trübner, 1888.

HÖCKMANN, Ursula; KREIKENBON, Detlev (hrsg.). Naukratis: Die Beziehungen zu Ostgriechenland, Ägypten und Zypern in archaischer Zeit. Akten der Table Ronde in Mainz, 25.-27. November 1999. Möhnesse: Bibliopolis, 2001.

HOGARTH, David George; EDGAR, Campbell Cowan; GUTCH, Clement. Excavations at Naukratis.  Annual of the British School at Athens, 5, p. 26-97, 1898-1899.

HOGARTH, David George; LORIMER, Hilda Lockhart; EDGAR, Campbell Cowan. Naukratis, 1903. Journal of Hellenic Studies, 25, p. 105-136, 1905.

JAMES, Peter. Naukratis revisited. Hyperboreus: Studia Classica, 9, p. 235-264, 2003.

LEONARD, Albert. Ancient Naukratis: excavations at a Greek emporium in Egypt. Part I: the excavations at Kom Ge'if. Annual of the American Schools of Oriental Research, 54, p. v-415, 1997.

LEONARD, Albert. Ancient Naukratis: excavations at a Greek emporium in Egypt. Part II: the excavations at Kom Hadid. Annual of the American Schools of Oriental Research, 55, p. iii-273, 1998.

MÖLLER, Astrid. Naukratis: trade in archaic Greece. Oxford: Oxford University, 2000.

MUHS, Brian. The great temenos of Naukratis. Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt, 31, p. 99-113, 1994.

PÉBARTHE, Christophe. Lindos, l’Hellénion et Naucratis: réflexions sur l’adminisration de l’emporion. Topoi, 12-13, p. 157-181, 2005.

PETRIE, William Matthew Flinders. The discovery of Naukratis . Journal of Hellenic Studies, 6, p. 202-206, 1885.

PETRIE, William Matthew Flinders. Naukratis. Part I, 1884-5. Third memoir of The Egypt Exploration Fund. London: Trübner, 1886. 

REDON, Bérangère. L’identité grecque de Naucratis. Enquête sur la fabrication de la mémoire d’une cité grecque d’Égypte aux époques hellénistique et romaine. Revue des Études Grecques, 125, p. 55-93, 2012.

ROEBUCK, Carl. The organization of Naukratis. Classical Philology, 46, p. 212-220, 1951.

SCHOLTZ, Andrew. Aphrodite Pandemos at Naukratis. Roman and Byzantine Studies, 43, p. 231-242, 2003.

SMITH, Edith Marion. Naukratis and her hinterland. Classical Journal, 22, p. 533-538, 1927.

SPENCER, A. Jeffrey. The Egyptian temple and settlement at Naukratis. British Museum Studies in Ancient Egypt and Sudan, 17, p. 31-49, 2011.

VILLING, Alexandra; SCHLOTZHAUER, Udo (eds.). Naukratis: Greek diversity in Egypt. Studies on east Greek pottery and exchange in the eastern Mediterranean. London: British Museum, 2006.

4. Cirene

AUSTIN, Michel. The Greeks in Libya. TSETSKHLADZE, Gocha R. (ed.). Greek colonization: an account of Greek colonies and other settlements overseas. Volume II. Leiden: Brill, 2006. p. 187-217.

BOARDMAN, John. Evidence for the dating of Greek settlements in Cyrenaica. Annual of the British School at Athens, 61, p. 149-156, 1966.

CARTER, Theresa Howard. Reconnaissance in Cyrenaica. Expedition, v. 5, n. 3, p. 18-27, 1963.

CURTIS, Charles Densmore. Objects of terra cotta found at Cyrene. Bulletin of the Archaeological Institute of America, v. 2, n.4, p. 166-167, 1911.

FAIRBANKS, Arthur. Note on the excavations at Cyrene. Bulletin of the Archaeological Institute of America, v. 2, n.2, p. 68, 1910.

HOPPIN, Joseph Clark. Vases and vases fragments found at Cyrene. Bulletin of the Archaeological Institute of America, v. 2, n.4, p. 164-165, 1911.

JEFFERY, Lilian Hamilton. The pact of the first settlers at Cyrene. Historia: Zeitschrift für Alte Geschichte, 10, p. 139-147, 1961.

LUNI, Mario. Le temple dorique hexastyle dans le sanctuaire découvert hors de la porte sud à Cyrène. Comptes Rendus des Séances de l’Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres, 145, p. 1533-1552, 2001.

LUNI, Mario. Le nouveau sanctuaire de Déméter à Cyrène et découvertes récentes. Comptes Rendus des Séances de l’Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres, 149, p. 61-86, 2005.

LUNI, Mario. Un demi-siècle de recherches archéologiques à Cyrène. Comptes Rendus des Séances de l’Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres, 150, p. 2173-2201, 2006.

LUNI, Mario. Le Dioskourion de Battos découvert à Cyrène dans le quartier de l’agora. Comptes Rendus des Séances de l’Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres, 152, p. 11-37, 2008.

KANE, Susan. The sanctuary of Demeter and Persephone in Cyrene, Libya. Archaeology, 32, p. 57-59, 1979.

KANE, Susan. An archaic Kore from Cyrene. American Journal of Archaeology, 84, p. 182-183, 1980.

LARONDE, André. Athènes et Cyrène. Cahiers de la Villa Kérylos, 18, p. 95-104, 2007.

MASSON, Olivier. Grecs et Libyens en Cyrénaïque, d’après les témoignages de l’épigraphie. Antiquités Africaines, 10, p. 49-62, 1976a.

MASSON, Olivier. Le nom de Battos, fondateur de Cyrène, et un group de mots grecs apparentés. Glotta: Zeitschrift für Griechische und Lateinische Sprache, 54, p. 84-98, 1976b.

NORTON, Richard. The excavations at Cyrene: first campaign, 1910-11. Bulletin of the Archaeological Institute of America, v. 2, n.4, p. 141-163, 1911.

VANNICELLI, Pietro. Gli egidi e le relazione tra Sparta e Cirene in età arcaica. Quaderni Urbinati di Cultura Classica, 41, p. 55-73, 1992.

WHITE, Donald. The Cyrene sphinx, its capital and its column. American Journal of Archaeology, 75, p. 47-55, 1971.

WHITE, Donald. Archaic Cyrene and the cult of Demeter and Persephone. Expedition, v. 17, n. 4, p. 2-16, 1975.

WHITE, Donald. Cyrene’s sactuary of Demeter and Persephone: a summary of a decade of excavation. American Journal of Archaeology, 85, p. 13-30, 1981.

WHITE, Donald (ed.). Gifts of the Goddesses: Cyrene’s sanctuary of Demeter and Persephone. Expedition, 34, 1992. 

 

2. A Grécia e o Oriente na Antiguidade: alteridade e interação

1. Heródoto

1.1. Texto

HERÔDOTOS. História. Tradução do grego, introdução e notas de Mário da Gama Kury. Brasília: Universidade de Brasília, 1985.

HERODOTUS. Books I-IX. In four volumes. With an English translation by Alfred Denis Godley. Loeb Classical Library. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University, 1920-1925.

1.2. O “outro”

FLOWER, Michael. Herodotus and Persia. In: DEWALD, Carolyn; MARINCOLA, John (eds.). The Cambridge companion to Herodotus. Cambridge: Cambridge University, 2006. p. 274-289.

GRUEN, Erich S. Herodotus and Persia. In: GRUEN, Erich S. (ed.). Cultural identity in the ancient  Mediterranean. Los Angeles: J. Paul Getty Research Institute, 2011. p. 67-85.

MUNSON, Rosaria Vignolo. Who are Herodotus’ Persians? Classical World, 102, p. 457-470, 2009. 

RODD, Tim. Herodotus and foreign lands. In: DEWALD, Carolyn; MARINCOLA, John (eds.). The Cambridge companion to Herodotus. Cambridge: Cambridge University, 2006. p. 290-305.

2. Historiografia

2.1. História da Anatólia

BOARDMAN, John; HAMMOND, Nicholas Geoffrey Lempière (eds.). The Cambridge ancient history. III.3: the expansion of the Greek world, eighth to sixth centuries B.C. Cambridge: Cambridge University, 1925. Second edition, 1982.

GREAVES, Alan M. The land of Ionia: society and economy in the archaic period. Oxford: Blackwell, 2010.

HOGARTH, David George. Ionia and the East. Oxford: Clarendon, 1909.

MELLINK, Machteld. Anatolia: old and new perspectives. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 110, p. 111-129, 1966.

THONEMANN, Peter, Asia Minor. In: ERSKINE, Andrew (ed.). A companion to ancient history. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2009. p. 222-235.

2.2. História da Pérsia

BALCER, Jack Martin. The Persian wars against Greece: a reassessment. Historia: Zeitschrift für Alte Geschichte, 38, p. 127-143, 1989.

BALCER, Jack Martin. The Persian conquest of the Greeks, 545-450 B.C. Konstanz: Universitätsverlag Konstanz, 1995.

BOARDMAN, John et al. The Cambridge ancient history. IV – Persia, Greece and the western Mediterranean, c. 525 to 479 B.C. Cambridge: Cambridge University, 1988.

BRIANT, Pierre. L’histoire de l’empire achéménide aujourd’hui: l’historien et ses documents. Annales. Histoire, Sciences Sociales, 54, p. 1127-1136, 1999.

BRIANT, Pierre. From Cyrus to Alexander: a history of the Persian Empire. Winona Lake: Eisenbraums, 2002. 

BROSIUS, Maria. The Persians: an introduction. London: Routledge, 2006.

BROSIUS, Maria. The Near East. In: ERSKINE, Andrew (ed.). A companion to ancient history. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2009. p. 177-188.

FRYE, Richard Nelson. The history of ancient Iran. München: C. H. Beck, 1984.

GARTHWAITE, Gene Ralph. The Persians. Oxford: Blackwell, 2005. 

GEORGES, Pericles B. Persian Ionia under Darius: the revolt reconsidered. Historia: Zeitschrift für Alte Geschichte, 49, p. 1-39, 2000. 

GERSHEVITCH, Ilya (ed.). The Cambridge history of Iran. 2 – The Median and Achaemenid periods. Cambridge: Cambridge University, 1985.

PICARD, Olivier. Les grecs devant la menace perse. Paris: SEDES, 1980.

WIESEHÖFER, Josef. Ancient Persia: from 550 BC to 650 AD. London: I. B. Tauris, 1996.

2.3. Grécia e Oriente

BURKERT, Walter. The orientalising revolution: near eastern influence on Greek culture in early archaic age. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University, 1992.

DIHLE, Albrecht. Hellas und Orient: Phasen wechselseitiger Rezeption. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 2009.

HARRISON, Thomas. The Greeks. In: ERSKINE, Andrew (ed.). A companion to ancient history. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2009. p. 213-221.

RIVA, Corinna; VELLA, Nicholas (eds.). Debating orientalization: multidisciplinary approaches to change in the ancient Mediterranean. London: Equinox, 2006.

ROLLINGER, Robert. The Eastern Mediterranean and beyond: the relations between the worlds of the ‘Greeks’ and ‘non-Greeks’ civilizations. In: KINZL, Konrad H. (ed.). A companion to the classical Greek world. Oxford: Blackwell, 2006. p. 197-226.

THOMAS, Carol G. The Mediterranean world in the early Iron Age. In: RAAFLAUB, Kurt A.; VAN WEES, Hans (eds.). A companion to archaic Greece. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2009. p. 22-40.

WIESEHÖFER, Josef. Greeks and Persians. In: RAAFLAUB, Kurt A.; VAN WEES, Hans (eds.). A companion to archaic Greece. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2009. p. 162-185.

2.4. Os gregos no Oriente

BOARDMAN, John. The Greeks overseas: their early colonies and trade. London: Thames and Hudson, 1999.

BOARDMAN, John. Greeks in the east Mediterranean (South Anatolia, Syria, Egypt). In: TSETSKHLADZE, Gocha R. (ed.). Greek colonization: an account of Greek colonies and other settlements overseas. Volume I. Leiden: Brill, 2006. p. 507-534.

COOK, John Manuel. Os gregos na Jónia e no Oriente. Lisboa: Verbo, 1971.

FREELY, John. Children of Achilles: the Greeks in Asia Minor since the days of Troy. New York: I. B. Tauris, 2010.

NIEMEIER, Wolf-Dietrich. Archaic Greeks in the Orient: textual and archaeological evidence. Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research, 322, p. 11-32, 2001.

VILLING, Alexandra (ed.). The Greeks in the East. London: British Museum, 2005.

WALDBAUM, Jane C. Early Greek contacts with the southern Levant, ca. 1000-600 B. C.: The Eastern perspective. Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research, 293, p. 53-66, 1994.

WALDBAUM, Jane C. Greeks in the East or Greeks and the East? Problems in the definition and recognition of presence. Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research, 305, p. 1-17, 1997.

2.5. Alteridade e interação

2.5.1. Alteridade

COHEN, Beth (ed.). Not the classical ideal: Athens and the construction of the other in Greek art. Leiden: Brill, 2000.

GEORGES, Pericles. Barbarian Asia and the Greek experience: from archaic period to the age of Xenophon. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins, 1994.

GRUEN, Erich S. Rethinking the other in antiquity. Princeton: Princeton University, 2011.

HARTOG, François. O espelho de Heródoto: ensaio sobre a representação do outro. Belo Horizonte: UFMG, 1999.

HARTOG, François. Invenção do bárbaro e inventário do mundo. In: Memória de Ulisses: narrativas sobre a fronteira na Grécia antiga. Belo Horizonte: UFMG, 2004. p. 93-122.

ROOT, Margaret Cool. Embracing ambiguity in the world of Athens and Persia. In: GRUEN, Erich S. (ed.). Cultural identity in the ancient  Mediterranean. Los Angeles: J. Paul Getty Research Institute, 2011. p. 86-96.

THOMAS, Rasalind. Ethnicity, genealogy, and Hellenism in Herodotus. In: MALKIN, Irad (ed.). Ancient perceptions of Greek ethnicity. Center for Hellenic Studies Colloquia, 5. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University, 2001. p. 213-233.

TOMIOLAKI, Hélène-Mélina. Modèles individuels et collectifs chez Hérodote: un exemple de la formation de l'identité grecque. Bulletin de l’Association Guillaume Budé, p. 17-39, 2006.

TUPLIN, Christopher. The limits of persianization: some reflections on cultural links in the Persian empire. In: GRUEN, Erich S. (ed.). Cultural identity in the ancient  Mediterranean. Los Angeles: J. Paul Getty Research Institute, 2011. p. 150-182.

WEILER, Ingomar. Greek and non-Greek world in the archaic period. Greek, Roman and Byzantine Studies, 9, p. 21-29, 1968. 

2.5.2. Interação

BALCER, Jack Martin. The Greeks and the Persians: the processes of acculturation. Historia: Zeitschrift für Alte Geschichte, 32, p. 257-267, 1983.

BROSIUS, Maria. Keeping up with the Persians: between cultural identity and persianization in the Achaemenid period. In: GRUEN, Erich S. (ed.). Cultural identity in the ancient  Mediterranean. Los Angeles: J. Paul Getty Research Institute, 2011. p. 135-149.

GUNTER, Ann C. Greek art and the Orient. Cambridge: Cambridge University, 2008.

MORRIS, Sarah P. Daidalos and the origins of Greek art. Princeton: Princeton University, 1992.

MORRIS, Sarah P. Linking with a wider world: Greeks and “Barbarians”. In: ALCOCK, Susan E.; OSBORNE, Robin (eds.). Classical archaeology. Oxford: Blackwell, 2007. p. 383-400.

HURWIT, Jeffrey M. The art and culture of early Greece, 1100-480 B.C.. Ithaca: Cornell University, 1985.

MILLER, Margaret C. Athens and Persia in the fifth century BC: a study in cultural receptivity. Cambridge: Cambridge University, 1997.

RIVA, Corinna. Ingenious inventions: welding ethnicities East and West. In: HALES, Shelley; HODOS, Tamar (eds.). Material culture and social identities in the ancient world. Cambridge: Cambridge University, 2010. p. 79-113.

3. Arte Grega e Oriente

3.1. Geral

AKURGAL, Ekrem. Orient et Occident: la naissance de l’art grec. Paris: Albin Michel, 1969.

CROWLEY, Janice L. The Aegean and the East: an investigation into the transference of artistic motifs between the Aegean, Egypt, and the Near East in the bronze age. Jonsered: Paul Åströms, 1989.

DAVIS, Whitney M. Egypt, Samos, and the archaic style in Greek sculpture. Journal of Egyptian Archaeology, 67, p. 61-81, 1981.

DEMARGNE, Pierre. Naissance de l’art grec. Paris: Gallimard, 2007. 

HALL, Henri Reginald Holland. The relations of Aegean with Egyptian art. Journal of Egyptian Archaeology, 1, p. 110-118, 1914. 

HODOS, Tamar. Contacts and colonies: Cyprus and the Near East. In: SMITH, Tyler Jo; PLANTZOS, Dimitri (eds.). A companion to Greek art. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2012. p. 312-329.

KANTOR, Helene J. The Aegean and the Orient in the second millennium B.C. Boston: Archaeological Institute of America, 1997.

3.2. Anatólia

AKURGAL, Ekrem. Naissance de l'art grec figuré archaïque en Anatolie. Comptes-rendus des séances de l'Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres, 137, p. 259-273, 1993.

KÖSE, Veli. Contacts and colonies: Asia Minor. In: SMITH, Tyler Jo; PLANTZOS, Dimitri (eds.). A companion to Greek art. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2012. p. 330-349.

MILLER, Margaret C. “Manners makyth man”: diacritical drinking in Achaemenid Anatolia. In: GRUEN, Erich S. (ed.). Cultural identity in the ancient  Mediterranean. Los Angeles: J. Paul Getty Research Institute, 2011. p. 97-134.

3.3. Pérsia

BOARDMAN, John. Persia and the West: an archaeological investigation on the genesis of Achaemenid art. London: Thames and Hudson: 2000.

BOVON, Anne. La représentation des guerriers perses et la notion de Barbare dans la première moitié du Ve siècle. Bulletin de Correspondance Hellénique, 87, p. 579-602, 1963. 

CASTRIOTA, David. Barbarian and female: the other on the west front of the Parthenon. Source: Notes in the History of Art (Special issue: Representations of the “other” in Athenian art, c. 510-400 B.C.), 15, p. 32-38, 1995.

CASTRIOTA, David. Feminizing the Barbarian and barbarizing the feminine: Amazons, Trojans, and Persians in the Stoa Poikile. In: BARRINGER, Judith M.; HURWIT, Jeffrey M. (eds.). Periklean Athens and its legacy: problems and perspectives. Austin: University of Texas, 2005. p. 89-102.

HALL, Edith. Asia unmanned: images of victory in classical Athens. In: RICH, John; SHIPLEY, Graham (eds.). War and society in the Greek world. London: Routledge, 1993. p. 108-155.

LISSARAGUE, François. Identity and otherness: the case of Attic head vases and plastic vases. Source: Notes in the History of Art (Special issue: Representations of the “other” in Athenian art, c. 510-400 B.C.), 15, p. 4-9, 1995.

MILLER, Margaret C. Persians: the oriental other. Source: Notes in the History of Art (Special issue: Representations of the “other” in Athenian art, c. 510-400 B.C.), 15, p. 39-44, 1995. 

SUMMERER, Lâtife. Picturing Persia victory: the painted battle scene on the Munich wood. Ancient Civilizations from Scythia to Siberia, 13, p. 3-30, 2007.

TODINI, Lellida. Palaiá te kaì kainá. Erodoto e il ciclo figurativo della Stoà poikile. Historia: Zeitschrift für Alte Geschichte, 57, p. 255-262, 2008.

3 - As circularidades culturais e religiosas entre o antigo oriente médio, o norte da África e a Grécia

AUSTIN, Michel M. Greece and Egypt in the archaic age. Proceedings of the Cambridge Philological Society. Supplement, 2. Cambridge: Cambridge Philological Society, 1970.

BALCER, Jack Martin. The Greeks and the Persians: the processes of acculturation. Historia: Zeitschrift für Alte Geschichte, 32, p. 257-267, 1983.

BOARDMAN, John. Greeks in the east Mediterranean (South Anatolia, Syria, Egypt). In: TSETSKHLADZE, Gocha R. (ed.). Greek colonization: an account of Greek colonies and other settlements overseas. Volume I. Leiden: Brill, 2006. p. 507-534.

BURKERT, Walter. The orientalising revolution: near eastern influence on Greek culture in early archaic age. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University, 1992.

GEORGES, Pericles. Barbarian Asia and the Greek experience: from archaic period to the age of Xenophon. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins, 1994.

HARTOG, François. O espelho de Heródoto: ensaio sobre a representação do outro. Belo Horizonte: UFMG, 1999.

KNAPP, A. Bernard; VAN DOMMELEN, Peter. Material connections: mobility, materiality and Mediterranean identities. In: VAN DOMMELEN, Peter; KNAPP, A. Bernard (eds.). Material connections in the ancient Mediterranean: mobility, materiality and Mediterranean identities. London: Routledge, 2010. p. 1-18.

LLOYD, Alan B. The reception of Pharaonic Egypt in classical antiquity. In: LLOYD, Alan B. (ed.). A companion to ancient Egypt. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010. p. 1067-1085.

LLOYD, Alan B. Herodotus on Egyptians and Libyans. In: REVERDIN, Olivier; GRANGE, Bernard (eds.). Hérodote et les peuples non grecs. Entretiens sur l’Antiquités Classique, 35. Genève: Fondation Hardt, 1990. p. 215-244

LURAGHI, Nino (ed.). The historian’s craft in the age of Herodotus. Oxford: Oxford University, 2001. p. 211-240.

MALLET, Dominique. Les premiers établissements des Grecs en Égypte (VIIe et VIe siècles). Paris: Ernest Leroux, 1893.

NIEMEIER, Wolf-Dietrich. Archaic Greeks in the Orient: textual and archaeological evidence. Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research, 322, p. 11-32, 2001.

ROLLINGER, Robert. The Eastern Mediterranean and beyond: the relations between the worlds of the ‘Greeks’ and ‘non-Greeks’ civilizations. In: KINZL, Konrad H. (ed.). A companion to the classical Greek world. Oxford: Blackwell, 2006. p. 197-226.

VANNICELLI, Pietro. Herodotus’ Egypt and the foundations of universal history. In: TISSOT, Charles-Joseph. La Libye d’Hérodote. Bulletin de Correspondance Hellénique, 1, p. 265-273, 1877.

 

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