The so-called “Punic question” is still today a very topical problem among scholars engaged in research on Phoenician civilization. In an attempt to make some contribution to this issue, some ceramic forms of the central-Mediterranean repertoire are discussed here, because of their high value as archaeological indicators of broader historical phenomena. The survey seems to highlight a gradual process of cultural irradiation of Carthage since the mid/end of 8th century BC and allows us to propose a new dynamic concept of “Punic world”, based on the identification of different “punicities” in a diachronic and synchronic way.

Giovanni Garbini e la "questione punica"

R. Secci
2019

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The so-called “Punic question” is still today a very topical problem among scholars engaged in research on Phoenician civilization. In an attempt to make some contribution to this issue, some ceramic forms of the central-Mediterranean repertoire are discussed here, because of their high value as archaeological indicators of broader historical phenomena. The survey seems to highlight a gradual process of cultural irradiation of Carthage since the mid/end of 8th century BC and allows us to propose a new dynamic concept of “Punic world”, based on the identification of different “punicities” in a diachronic and synchronic way.
"E non appassisca il tuo germoglio spontaneo". Studi fenici e punici in ricordo di Giovanni Garbini
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