Workshop 'Anchoring Ancient Colonization' - Day 2

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This conference takes place within the framework of the Anchoring Innovation project and is co-sponsored by the RUG Crasis research centre and the Netherlands Institute at Rome (KNIR).

Session 3: Socio-economic anchoring strategies in the Archaic period (Chair: Saskia Roselaar)

Socio-economic anchoring strategies and new realities: pottery production and consumption as indicators for the contributions of Greek migrants and local inhabitants to the so-called Greek 'colonization' in Italy.
Xenia Charalambidou
, VU University (Amsterdam)

Anchoring colonial values: precious metal and money in the northern Aegean.
Elon Heymans
, University of Amsterdam

More than traders: Phoenician economies in Iberia and Sardinia in the earliest phases of expansion.
Marion Bolder-Boos, Johannes Gutenberg University (Mainz)

12:00-13:00 Lunch

Session 4: Socio-economic anchoring strategies in the Hellenistic and Roman world (Chair: Marleen Termeer)

Slaves to Rome, freedmen to the colonies: freedmen and colonization in the middle Republic.
Evan Jewell
, Rutgers University (New Jersey)

Religious syncretism as anchoring strategy in the socio-economic context of the Roman colony of Hasta Regia.
Daniel J. Martín-Arroyo Sánchez, University of Granada

Colonies and prosperity: institutional development and economic prosperity in the colonies of the Roman Republic.
Saskia T. Roselaar
, independent scholar

14:30-15:00 Coffee & Tea

Interactions on the Isthmus: evidence from the coins.
Emily Hurt
, Yale University (New Haven)

Exploring mechanisms of colonial infiltration in Roman Asia
Dies van der Linde, independent scholar

Keynote Lecture

‘De-anchoring’ ancient Greek colonization
Jan Paul Crielaard
, VU University (Amsterdam)

This workshop is organized by Jeremia Pelgrom (Groningen University) and Marleen Termeer (Radboud University).