Núria Pacheco et al., Culturas en contacto: conflicto, asimilación e intercambio. Proceedings of the Third Postgraduate Conference in Studies of Antiquity and Middle Ages, Autonomous University of Barcelona, 23-25th November 2016, BAR Internat

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Este volumen contiene las actas de las III Jornadas Predoctorales en Estudios de la Antigüedad y la Edad Media, celebradas en la Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona los días 23, 24 y 25 de noviembre de 2016 y cuyo eje fue el contacto entre culturas.

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  Culturas en contacto: conicto, asimilación e intercambio Proceedings of the Third Postgraduate Conference in Studies of Antiquity and Middle Ages, Autonomous University of Barcelona, 23–25th November 2016Edited by  Núria Pacheco Catalán et al. BAR International Series 28872018  Published in  byBAR Publishing, OxfordBAR International Series  Culturas en contacto: con   fl  icto, asimilación e intercambio      © The editors and contributors severally    Illustration from the Catalan Atlas (Mallorca, c. 1375) depicting an encounter between North African merchants and the semi-mythical ‘King of Guinea’ (used by permission of the Bibliothèque nationale de France). The Authors’ moral rights under the  UK Copyright, Designs and Patents Act are hereby expressly asserted. All rights reserved. No part of this work may be copied, reproduced, stored, sold, distributed, scanned, saved in any form of digital format or transmitted in any form digitally, without the written permission of the Publisher.Printed in EnglandBAR titles are available from: BAR Publishing  Banbury Rd, Oxford,  ,   info@barpublishing.com  + ()   + ()  www.barpublishing.com  v Contents List of Contributors  ...........................................................................................................................................................vii Editors’ Preface  Núria Pacheco Catalán, Ignacio Díaz Sierra, Marina Fernández Monterrubio, Isaac Lampurlanés Farré, Ariadna  Martínez Guimerà, Marc Mendoza Sanahuja, Manel Pica Torné, Montserrat Rovira Rafecas and David Vázquez Ruiz   ...1 Welcome to the Congress  Alexander Fidora ................................................................................................................................................................... 3 Opening Address Gemma Puigvert Planagumà ................................................................................................................................................. 4 I. Acculturation and Cultural Exchange Pero ¿qué nos han traído los romanos? Replanteando la romanización a través de un caso específico:el territorio galaico-romano  David Serrano Lozano ........................................................................................................................................................... 7 ‘Se buscan púnicos. Razón Carthago Noua ’. Identidad y cambio en la Cartagena republicana a través de la onomástica  M  a . .  Cristina de la Escosura Balbás .................................................................................................................................... 15 Mando mi anima a Dios y el cuerpo a la tierra. Prácticas testamentarias de cristianos y moriscos enCasarabonela (s. XVI) Sandra Pérez Herranz .......................................................................................................................................................... 25 II. Contact between Religions La regalità magica nella Grecia antica Stefano Acerbo ..................................................................................................................................................................... 35 Suevos e hispanorromanos. El escenario religioso del noroeste hispánico del 409 al 464 Carles Soler Gozalbo ........................................................................................................................................................... 45 Las iglesias mozárabes de la ciudad de Toledo insertas en su dualidad eclesiástica y litúrgica durante la Edad Media a través de la documentación del Archivo Capitular de Toledo  Enrique Torija Rodríguez ..................................................................................................................................................... 51 ‘Ad utilitatem Cristianorum rudium, Iudeorum ac Agarenorum et aliorum paganorum’:the medieval prologue by Guillermus de Tous to his Lumen de Lumine Sergi Gómez Ortínez ............................................................................................................................................................ 61 III. War, Colonization and Migration Movements Caedesque barbaricas somniabat  . Construcción y destrucción de la alteridad en Amiano Marcelino Gabriel Sanz Casanovas ...................................................................................................................................................... 71 Acculturazione e conquista nelle  Storie  di Agazia: il fronte Caucasico  Niccolò Zambarbieri ............................................................................................................................................................ 81  vi Culturas en contacto: con   fl  icto, asimilación e intercambio IV. Linguistics and Literature Ser mujer y extranjera en la  Andrómaca  de Eurípides: entre el mito y la realidad  Alba M  a . Delgado Muñoz ..................................................................................................................................................... 89 She was a Spanish señorita : Eulalia and her sequence as a bridge between the  Marca    Hispanica  and the Carolingian Heartlands  Fabian Zuk ........................................................................................................................................................................... 97 Las crónicas populares sobre Fernán González: apuntes para el estudio de la difusión tardo medieval de laépica castellana  Alberto Escalante Varona .................................................................................................................................................. 107 Los nombres de oficio de un juramento de fidelidad de Carcasona de 1067 (LFeud. II 832): Latín y catalán, lenguas en contacto Carlos Prieto Espinosa ...................................................................................................................................................... 115 Judíos y hebreos. El pueblo escogido en la  Historia Eclesiástica   de Eusebio de Cesarea  Ignasi Vidiella Puñet .......................................................................................................................................................... 123 V. Economy and Urbanism L’immigrazione degli “Africani” ad Ostia nel II sec. d.C. in alcune iscrizioni di collegia  professionali Simone Ciambelli ............................................................................................................................................................... 133 Del viñedo a la pólvora.El caso del Canal de l’Almoina de Ripoll como ejemplo de una transformación económica bajomedieval y moderna (s. XIII – XVII)  Pere Roura i Martínez ........................................................................................................................................................ 143 Jaime I y las relaciones diplomáticas con el sultanato de Túnez  Lluís Arroyo Amores .......................................................................................................................................................... 153 Molientes y corrientes. Los molinos de harina y de aceite en la Algarbía de Málaga tras la conquista castellana  Esteban López García ........................................................................................................................................................ 159  1 Editors’ Preface This project began in early 2016, when some of the postgraduate students – fellows and PhD students– of the Department of Antiquity and Middle Ages Studies of the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB) decided to resume an old task and follow in the footsteps of some of our colleagues and predecessors at the same University, both in 2010, when the first  predoctoral workshop was organised (  I Jornadas Predoctorales en Estudios de la Antigüedad y la Edad Media. Estudiar el  pasado: aspectos metodológicos de la investigación en Ciencias de la Antigüedad y de la Edad Media , 27th-29th October 2010) and in 2014, when a second workshop was planned (  II Jornadas Predoctorales en Estudios de la Antigüedad y la  Edad Media.  Κτῆμα   ἐς    αἰεὶ : el texto como herramienta común para estudiar el pasado , 19th-21st November 2014). Based on these precedents, we determined to organise a new international conference for graduate students. As a result, the third incarnation of the workshop, entitled  III Jornadas Predoctorales en Estudios de la Antigüedad y la Edad Media. Culturas en contacto: con   fl  icto, asimilación e intercambio  was held at UAB on 23rd, 24th and 25th November 2016.The aim of this conference was, in first place, to create a forum for discussion and the exchange of knowledge for junior researchers interested in diverse areas of research connected to the Study of Antiquity and the Middle Ages: Ancient and Medieval History, Classical and Medieval Archaeology, Classical Philology (Latin and Ancient Greek) and Near Eastern Studies. We intended to offer young researchers an opportunity to share their experiences and to raise public awareness about their research topics. Thus, just as in its previous iterations, for this specific workshop a topic was proposed that would allow researchers from various disciplines to participate: this year’s topic addressed contacts between cultures and communities as a subject in studying the past. In doing so, our aim was to achieve a meeting point where Classical Philology, History and Archaeology could come together.The chosen title for this edition of the workshop has its roots in the name of the PhD program in which all the members of the organising committee are enrolled, Cultures in Contact in the Mediterranean , which offers doctoral training to researchers interested in the areas of Egyptology and Middle Eastern studies, Classical Philology, Ancient and Medieval History and Classical and Medieval Archaeology, backed by the Department of Antiquity and Middle Ages of the UAB. The students of this programme come from a variety of backgrounds and their researches encompass a wide range of topics – as is the case for the various members of the organising committee – which, in our opinion, is very rewarding, as it promotes idea-sharing and enriching discussion, as well as team-building and cooperation among students from diverse fields of knowledge. This results in our driving forward common initiatives such as the third iteration of the PhD congress and its proceedings, which are presented here. Accordingly, from the very beginning we agreed to use the general and common framework of the cultures in contact as the main topic for our workshop, to allow young researchers from various spheres of study – who nonetheless work on the same general subject matter – to take part in it. From there, we decided to focus our congress on contact and interaction between cultures in different periods and from an interdisciplinary approach. This sprang from the understanding that cultural exchange and conflict are complex issues that can be comprehended only as on-going processes in which many parties play major roles and which continue over the centuries, so that a beginning and end cannot be established with precise dates. Therefore, it was essential to avoid the limitations imposed by traditional periodization and the currently predominant academic compartmentalization. It is for that reason that we opted for non-diachronic chronological criteria when organising the workshop. Instead, the  program was divided into broad thematic categories, which explored specific features of inter-cultural relationships,such as conquest, acculturation and trade. The strands must be seen as a general framework, inclusive rather than exclusive with regard to the assignment of the proposals. All these thematic areas shaped social relationships and allow us to appreciate continuities and changes over the centuries. We strongly believe that this structure gave the participants the chance to appreciate how different communities approached contact with other cultures, as well as the opportunity to compare the various approaches that the communities put into practice under analogous circumstances, throughout Antiquity and the Middle Ages.We were convinced that the contributions of each participant, following the aforementioned criteria, yielded significant input. In addition, their methodologies and their case-studies will provide new points of view for approaches to cultural contacts throughout history. We, in our role as the current members of the organising committee, aimed to revive the essence of the previous workshops and to contribute to the conceptual and methodological renewal of the intervening years. At present, the old praxis of approaching the past from a unique discipline is obsolete and interdisciplinary work gathering together the efforts of philologists, historians and archaeologists is clearly required.
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