En los albores de la "globalización" de la Edad del Bronce Final, la (re) -circulación de los artefactos egipcios en Nubia y el Levante Norte en la MB II / III (c. 1710–1550 a.C.)


  • Gianluca Miniaci Università di Pisa




El artículo analiza la circulación de artefactos egipcios tardíos del Imperio Medio (mediados de MB I a MB I / II) en el norte de Levante y la Alta Nubia en MB II a mediados de MB III (c. 1710-1550 a. Se han seleccionado tres estudios de caso: las tumbas reales de Byblos, la tumba de las cabras en Ebla y el cementerio egipcio en Kerma. Aunque las dos regiones estaban políticamente desconectadas, sus poblaciones se apropiaron, reutilizaron y ocasionalmente reinterpretaron los artefactos egipcios de manera similar. Estos artefactos, aunque se encuentran en contextos del Segundo Período Intermedio, generalmente datan de mediados de MB I-MB I / II (finales del Reino Medio). Se sugiere que el colapso del poder central egipcio al final del Reino Medio podría haber llevado a la recirculación de objetos egipcios más antiguos. La recirculación sugiere que la "globalización", observada en la arqueología y el texto durante la Edad del Bronce Final (1500-1200 a. C.), de hecho comenzó en la primera mitad del segundo milenio a. C.


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Miniaci, G. (2020). En los albores de la "globalización" de la Edad del Bronce Final, la (re) -circulación de los artefactos egipcios en Nubia y el Levante Norte en la MB II / III (c. 1710–1550 a.C.). Claroscuro. Revista Del Centro De Estudios Sobre Diversidad Cultural, (19), 1–26. https://doi.org/10.35305/cl.vi19.46