Cédric Brélaz

L’héritage grec des colonies romaines d’Orient

Interactions culturelles dans les provinces hellénophones de l’empire romain

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    Edité par Cédric Brélaz
    Co-éditeur Editions de Boccard
    Editeur Université de Strasbourg
    Distributeur Editions de Boccard

    Within a few decades, from the mid-forties BC to the Augustan Principate, about thirty colonies were settled by Roman power in the Greek-speaking provinces of the Empire, in Sicily, in Greece, in Asia Minor and in the Near East. As with the colonies that were created at the same time in the West, these settlements were intended to provide land for the veterans who were demobilized in the aftermath of the various civil wars that undermined the Roman Republic in the second half of the first century BC, as well as for the civilians who were expelled from Italy on those occasions. The founding of colonies in place of Greek ‘poleis’ caused, in each case, a deep rupture in the history of the preexisting cities. As far as the political institutions were concerned, these communities of Roman citizens settled in Hellenic land were –according to the famous word by Gellius– “replicas” of Rome. Every single vestige of the abolished Greek cities, however, could not be erased by the Italian migrants, and the colonies inherited a significant Greek legacy with regard to the monuments, to the memory and to the culture. Far from being islands of Latinity amid Greek land, the colonies were open to influences coming from their Greek-speaking provincial environment. This volume gives an overview of cultural interactions between the Roman colonies in the East and their background in all fields (urbanism, material culture, language, institutions, social relations, cults, collective identities) and explores the circumstances in which these communities were progressively absorbed by Hellenism between the first century BC and the fourth century AD. It is meant as a contribution to the history of acculturation processes in the Roman Empire. Contribute to the volume: Martha W. BALDWIN BOWSKY, Nicole BELAYCHE, Cédric BRÉLAZ, Hadrien BRU, Claire BARAT, Julien DEMAILLE, Élizabeth DENIAU, Nikos GIANNAKOPOULOS, Johann GOEKEN, Éric GUERBER, Anne-Rose HOŠEK, Benjamin ISAAC, Kalle KORHONEN, Annika B. KUHN, Guy LABARRE, Benjamin MILLIS, Elena MIRANDA DE MARTINO, Athanasios RIZAKIS.

    SOMMAIRE Liste des contributeurs Carte des colonies romaines d’Orient Introduction. Des communautés romaines en milieu hellénique : contacts, interactions, assimilation, Cédric BRÉLAZ I. LES COLONIES ROMAINES D’ACHAÏE ET DE MACÉDOINE 1. La Seconde Sophistique et l’héritage grec de Corinthe, Johann GOEKEN 2. Graecia capta ferum victorem cepit: Cultural Expropriation and Assimilation in Roman Corinth, Benjamin MILLIS 3. Les colonies romaines de l’Albanie d’aujourd’hui (Dyrrachium, Byllis, Buthrote) et l’héritage grec, Élizabeth DENIAUX 4. De Buthrote et Patras à Dymè : les colonies de « substitution » ou l’expression du pragmatisme romain face aux oppositions indigènes, Athanasios RIZAKIS 5. The Greek Presence in the Roman Colonies of Kassandreia and Pella, Nikos GIANNAKOPOULOS 6. Traces du passé macédonien et influences de l’hellénisme dans les colonies de Dion et de Philippes, Cédric BRÉLAZ & Julien DEMAILLE II. LES COLONIES ROMAINES D’ASIE MINEURE ET DE CRÈTE 7. Towards a ‘Colonial Hellenism’: Hellenic Heritage and Hellenization in Alexandria Troas, Annika B. KUHN 8. La colonie d’Apamée-Myrléa : « un îlot de romanité en pays grec » ?, Éric GUERBER 9. La Colonia Iulia Felix Sinope : d’une ironie tragique à une réalité, Claire BARAT 10. L’hellénisme à Antioche de Pisidie à l’époque impériale romaine (langue, institutions, onomastique), Hadrien BRU 11. Les interactions culturelles dans la colonie romaine d’Antioche de Pisidie (cultes et vie religieuse), Guy LABARRE 12. Dépasser Antioche : les autres colonies romaines augustéennes de Pisidie, Nicole BELAYCHE 13. Normalization at Knossos: Material and Non-material Evidence, Martha W. BALDWIN BOWSKY III. LES COLONIES ROMAINES DU PROCHE-ORIENT 14. De Berytus à Héliopolis : nouvelles identités et recompositions territoriales, Anne-Rose HOŠEK 15. Caesarea-on-the-Sea and Aelia Capitolina: Two Ambiguous Roman Colonies, Benjamin ISAAC IV. LES COLONIES ROMAINES DE L’OCCIDENT GREC 16. “Bande à part” : l’eredità greca nelle colonie augustee di Sicilia, Kalle KORHONEN 17. L’identità greca di Neapolis, Elena MIRANDA DE MARTINO Liste des illustrations Bibliographie générale Index des sources

    Format Broché
    Nombre de pages
    468
    Illustrations 5
    Collection Études d’archéologie et d’histoire ancienne
    ISBN 13 978-2-7018-0497-2
    Type Nom