Partenope, Neapolis e la fronte del porto

 Giampaola, Daniela

 Soprintendenza Archeologia Belle Arti e Paesaggio del comune di Napoli

Mise en ligne : 13/01/2020

Type d'activités : Atelier

Format : Vidéo

Durée en mn : 00:33:28

Langue : Italien

Discipline : Archéologie

Domaines d'intérêt : Patrimoine; Port; Interdisciplinarité; Echanges; Mobilités

Mots-clés :

Couverture géographique : Méditerranée; Italie; Naples

Couverture chronologique : Antiquité

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Ateliers de la Méditerranée

Ports et zones portuaires de la Méditerranée antique

Naples, 17 et 18 juin 2019.

Atelier organisé en partenariat avec Centre Jean Bérard, Haifa Center for mediterranean History.

Atelier de la Méditerranée "Ports et zones portuaires de la méditerranée antique". Session 3 : Culture et identité - Modérateur : Gil Gambash (Université de Haifa, HCMH).

  • Réalisateur : Jean-Christophe Besset (Affaire d’Artiste).



The paper concerns the theme of the coastal landscape of ancient Naples and its employment dynamics over time, linking the data already known from historical and archaeological literature to new elements uncovered from excavations conducted following the path of the subway lines created along the coastal strip where the sites of Parthenope and Neapolis were located. Neapolis is the new polis founded in the late 6th or early 5th century BC, Parthenope the previous Greek settlement founded by the inhabitants of the city of Cumae on the hill of Pizzofalcone at the end 8th century BC. This contribution runs through the protohistoric precedents, dealing with the archaic and classical phases of Parthenope and Neapolis, up to the Hellenistic age when an important refunctionalization of the harbour basin uncovered in piazza Municipio (Municipio station) was carried out. The theme of the chronological and topographical articulation of the two sites of Parthenope and Neapolis is developed by interpolating the environmental and archaeological data of the settlements and the harbour with those of the material culture which contributed to define the chronology and dynamics of their relationship.



 Giampaola, Daniela, Partenope, Neapolis e la fronte del porto ,
in : Mediamed. Ressources multimedia en sciences humaines sur la Méditerranée , Chaîne : LabexMed , Ports et zones portuaires de la Méditerranée antique