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Early Iron Age Exchange in the West: Phoenicians in the Mediterranean and the Atlantic
The so-called Phoenician 'expansion' in the western Mediterranean is treated here from the point of view of the social and economic factors that led to the phenomenon and the way it evolved over aExpand
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Greek magic on the Atlantic? Homeric potions and mystic cults beyond the Pillars of Herakles. New comparanda and new interpretations
The article reviews the evidence for cultic activity at the Orientalizing settlement of Alcácer do Sal (Portugal). It offers new comparanda for the assemblage of cultic artefacts identified at twoExpand
A Mere Addition to Someone Else’s Genealogy?: Perceptions of Ancient Cultural Heritage, Public Policy, and Collective Memory in Portugal
The role and uses of the archaeological record, conceived as cultural heritage, can be charted in many spheres, from identity construction (e.g., Hamilakis 2012b) and appropriation for political endsExpand
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Reflections on the earliest Phoenician presence in north-west Africa
Introduction: Phoenician presence in Morocco In the last few decades, and especially in the 1990s, Morocco has enjoyed an extensive programme of research, with prolific results for the study of theExpand
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Going Public at a Time of Crisis?
I am still convinced that our transmitting the message of ancient arts and civilisations to our age is of fundamental importance. To fulfil this task could not be easy in our civilisation in whichExpand