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The Representation of the Kingdom of Tartessus by the Ancient Greeks Revisited: New Evidence for a Forgotten Cause

AutorVillarías Robles, Juan J. R. ; Rodríguez Ramírez, Antonio
Fecha de publicación2017
EditorUniversity of Patras
CitaciónS. A. Paipetis (ed.), Ancient Greece and Contemporary World: The Influence of Greek Thought on Philosophy, Science and Technology. An International Conference, Athens: University of Patras & International Center for Sciences and Hellenic Values, pp.: 133-141 (2017)
ResumenResults in the recent studies of the geomorphological evolution of the coastlines of Iberia in the Gulf of Cadiz in the Middle and Late Holocene add up to archaeological evidence accumulated since the 1980s in support of a renewed case for the representation of the pre-Roman kingdom of Tartessus in the writings of a number of Greek and Roman authors of Antiquity. Herodotus, for instance, made reference to this Iberian kingdom in connection with Ionian navigation, trade, and settlement in the western Mediterranean Sea in the 7th and 6th centuries BCE. The accumulated evidence ought to make researchers revise the paradigm for studying Tartessus that has prevailed in the literature since the 1960s. Launched in the wake of a number of sustained archaeological excavations and spectacular finds in the Spanish regions of Andalusia and Estremadura in the late 1950s and early 1960s, this paradigm has two defining characteristics: (1) the resort to archaeology as the practically exclusive source for Tartessus, to the detriment of the narratives from Antiquity, and (2) the concept of this ancient kingdom as a derivative culture in the long history of relations that natives of southern Iberia maintained with Phoenician traders and colonists.
DescripciónThis paper is an edited version of that presented in the international Conference Ancient Greece and Contemporary World: The Influence of Greek Thought on Philosophy, Science and Technology (Ancient Olympia, Greece, 28- 31 August 2016), published under the reference ‘“The Representation of the Kingdom of Tartessus by the Ancient Greeks Revisited: New Evidence for a Forgotten Cause’, by Juan J. R. Villarías-Robles & Antonio Rodríguez-Ramírez. In S. A. Paipetis (ed.), 2017, Ancient Greece and Contemporary World: The Influence of Greek Thought on Philosophy, Science and Technology. An International Conference (Ancient Olympia, 28-31 August 2016) (ISBN: 978-960-530-171-2), pp. 133-141. Athens: University of Patras & International Center for Sciences and Hellenic Values
Versión del editorhttp://timelessgreece.org/2017/PROCEEDINGS_ENGLISH_v28_02_sm.pdf
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/160088
ISBN978-960-530-171-2
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