Ancient Anatolia was a land of transition of peoples and presented a great cultural diversity all over its history. This is due mainly to its particular geographic position, connecting East and West, which made it a territory of dialogue between cultures since its far origins. This region is an interesting case study for the topic of migration and migrant experience in Antiquity, as it was a multicultural region opened to political, commercial and cultural exchanges. Some case studies from the ancient regions of Caria and Cilicia will be presented.

Foreign Communities in Roman and Late Roman Asia Minor: Some Case Studies (Caria and Cilicia) / Borgia, Emanuela. - (2021), pp. 103-117.

Foreign Communities in Roman and Late Roman Asia Minor: Some Case Studies (Caria and Cilicia)

Borgia Emanuela
2021

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Ancient Anatolia was a land of transition of peoples and presented a great cultural diversity all over its history. This is due mainly to its particular geographic position, connecting East and West, which made it a territory of dialogue between cultures since its far origins. This region is an interesting case study for the topic of migration and migrant experience in Antiquity, as it was a multicultural region opened to political, commercial and cultural exchanges. Some case studies from the ancient regions of Caria and Cilicia will be presented.
2021
International Migration Researches in the Geography, Society and Culture Axis
978-605-338-322-2
Migration, Foreign communities, Asia Minor, Inscriptions
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Foreign Communities in Roman and Late Roman Asia Minor: Some Case Studies (Caria and Cilicia) / Borgia, Emanuela. - (2021), pp. 103-117.
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