Iron metallurgy, political economy and social change during the first millennium BC in eastern Iberia
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Iron metallurgy, political economy and social change during the first millennium BC in eastern Iberia

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Iron metallurgy, political economy and social change during the first millennium BC in eastern Iberia

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dc.contributor.author Vives-Ferrándiz Sánchez, Jaime
dc.contributor.author Mata Parreño, Consuelo
dc.date.accessioned 2020-03-20T15:38:13Z
dc.date.available 2020-03-20T15:38:13Z
dc.date.issued 2020 es_ES
dc.identifier.uri https://hdl.handle.net/10550/73581
dc.description.abstract Analizamos las dinámicas históricas de adopción y uso social de la metalurgia del hierro entre los ríos Ebro y Segura a lo largo del primer milenio a.C. Diferentes escalas de análisis, desde los contextos rituales hasta los patrones de asentamiento o la organización interna de los poblados, nos permiten identificar diversas etapas: los primeros objetos de hierro en la zona fueron bienes de prestigio que circularon en un marco de conexiones mediterráneas a partir de los siglos XII-XI a.C. La actividad siderúrgica en la zona se documenta a partir del siglo VIII a.C., con la instalación de población de origen fenicio en asentamientos costeros. La generalización del hierro se producirá a partir de los siglos VI-V a.C., en forma de armamento y como útiles de trabajo agrario. Durante este periodo fue una actividad vinculada a las esferas del poder. Análisi de les dynamiques historiques d'asoció i ús social de la metal·lúrgia del ferro entre els Rius Abre i Segura. es_ES
dc.language.iso en es_ES
dc.relation.ispartofseries Arqueo Mediterrània;
dc.source Vives-Ferrándiz, J.; Mata Parreño, C. (2020). Iron metallurgy, political economy and social change during the first millennium BC in eastern Iberia. Arqueo Mediterrània, 15, 141-160. es_ES
dc.subject Iron Age es_ES
dc.subject Iberian Culture es_ES
dc.subject iron metallurgy es_ES
dc.subject iron furnaces es_ES
dc.subject forges es_ES
dc.subject social change es_ES
dc.title Iron metallurgy, political economy and social change during the first millennium BC in eastern Iberia es_ES
dc.type info:eu-repo/semantics/bookPart es_ES
dc.subject.unesco UNESCO::HISTORIA::Ciencias auxiliares de la historia es_ES
dc.description.abstractenglish Our analysis will be carried out at various levels – ritual contexts, cemeteries, settlement patterns, and the internal structure of settlements – in order to shed light on different aspects of the social role of iron objects and workshops. The study identifies a series of stages. Initially, the first iron objects were channelled through connections with Mediterranean traders around the 12th century BC; second, iron metallurgy is recorded from the 8th century BC onwards, in association with the arrival of the Phoenicians; and third, in the 6th and 5th centuries BC the use of iron became more widespread and new objects ranging from weapons to tools were created, indicating a new context of social relations. Throughout this period, iron metallurgy was an activity linked to empowered groups. es_ES

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