Roman worlds. Archaeological and historical issues
Writing a textbook on the history and archaeology of the "Roman worlds" with about thirty teacher-researchers means adopting an original approach: that of asking questions, of showing the making of history, of trusting collective intelligence and a taste for research and curiosity.
Just as much as the Greek world, the Roman world, whatever the period in which it is studied, goes far beyond the geographical and civilizational framework of the Mediterranean. It is diverse, multiple and complex. Attempting to renew the history of the Roman worlds over a period ranging from archaism to late antiquity is a challenge, as the sources and environments are varied, and the ways in which the objects are preserved are different. There are therefore several histories and several archaeologies of the "Roman worlds".
- Dimensions :
- 19 x 24 x 2,2 cm
- Museum :
- Musée d'Archéologie nationale
- EAN :
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