Music, gender and rituals in the ancient Mediterranean. Revisiting the Punic evidence
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López-Bertrán, Mireia; Garcia-Ventura, Agnès
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Music, playing instruments and performing rituals are bodily activities and as such they can be studied stressing their corporeal features. Music and sounds are usually essential elements in rites, and bodies play an essential role in bringing together music and rituals. We explore these issues focusing on Punic terracotta figurines playing musical instruments recovered from the island of Ibiza (fifth to third centuries BC).

    López-Bertrán, Mireia Garcia-Ventura, Agnès 2012 Music, gender and rituals in the ancient Mediterranean. Revisiting the Punic evidence WORLD ARCHAEOLOGY 44 3 393 408
https://doi.org/10.1080/00438243.2012.726043

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