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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.71.2015.tde-08062015-151534
Document
Author
Full name
Rodrigo Pereira da Silva
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2015
Supervisor
Committee
Hirata, Elaine Farias Veloso (President)
Fleming, Maria Isabel D'Agostino
Moura, Ozeas Caldas
Porto, Vagner Carvalheiro
Siqueira, Reinaldo Wenceslau
Title in Portuguese
A interação cultural entre Judaísmo e Helenismo a partir da organização do espaço em Dura-Europos
Keywords in Portuguese
Arqueologia clássica
Encontro cultural
Judaísmo
Religião
Sinagoga
Abstract in Portuguese
O assentamento selêucida de Dura Europos constitui um apropriado campo de análise do processo de transformação cultural em antigas áreas coloniais. O sítio, fundado no entreposto entre as maiores civilizações orientais e ocidentais, é um assentamento multicultural que expressa a coexistência de judeus com várias populações. Esta tese analisa como o grupo de judeus desta cidade usou a cultura material do local a fim de preservar sua identidade e ao mesmo tempo dialogar com outros povos. A transformação resultante desta interação é vista na arte e na arquitetura de duas sinagogas por eles construídas que constituem um dos mais antigos testemunhos da arte judaica produzida por aqueles que viveram na Diáspora.
Title in English
Cultural interaction between Judaism and Hellenism from the Organization of Space in Dura Europos
Keywords in English
Classical Archaeology
Cultural encounter
Judaism
Religion
Synagogue
Abstract in English
The Seleucid Settlement of Dura Europos constitutes an appropriate setting to analyze the process of cultural transformation in ancient colonial areas. The site, founded at the crossroad between major Eastern and Western civilizations, is a multicultural settlement that expresses the coexistence of Jews with various populations. This dissertation analyses how the Jewish group of this city used the local material culture to preserve their identity and at the same time did dialogue with other people. The transformation resulted out of this interaction is seen in the art and architecture of the two Synagogues that they built there and which constitutes one of the most ancient testimony of the Jewish art produced by those who lived in the Diaspora.
 
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Publishing Date
2015-10-20
 
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