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Research Interests for Alicia Jiménez

Research Interests:


Alicia's research engages with archaeological theory and Roman visual and material culture, specifically in the western and central Mediterranean in the period 218 BCE-200 CE. In particular, she focuses on the study of Roman expansion in the western Mediterranean, Roman colonialism, cultural change and monetization in Hispania, with a special emphasis in funerary, urban and military contexts.

Keywords:
Antiquities, Roman, Archaeology, Coins, Classical, Material culture, postcolonialism, Postcolonialism
Recent Publications
  1. Jiménez, A, Seeing in the dark: Roman imperialism and material culture, Antiquity, vol. 94 no. 378 (December, 2020), pp. 1643-1645, Antiquity Publications [doi]
  2. Jiménez, A; Bermejo, J; Valdés, P; Moreno, F; Tardio, K, Renewed work at the roman camps at renieblas near numantia (2nd-1st c. B.C.), Journal of Roman Archaeology (January, 2020), pp. 4-35 [doi[abs]
  3. Jiménez, A, A synthesis of the architecture of Roman funerary monuments in the Iberian peninsula - PHILIPP KOBUSCH, DIE GRABBAUTEN IM RÖMISCHEN HISPANIEN. ZUR KULTURELLEN PRÄGUNG DER SEPULKRALARCHITEKTUR (Tübinger Archaölogische Forschungen, Bd. 14; Verlag Marie Leidorf GmbH, Rahden/Westf. 2014). S. x + 472, Abb. 179 zzgl. 74 Taf. und 17 Beilagen. ISBN 978-3-89646-994-6; ISSN 1862-3484. EUR. 64,80., Journal of Roman Archaeology, vol. 32 (2019), pp. 787-792, Cambridge University Press (CUP) [doi]
  4. Jiménez, A, Money and its interpretation. Archaeological and anthropological perspectives., in A Cultural History of Money in Antiquity, edited by Krmnicek, S (2019), pp. 123-140, Bloomsbury Publishing
  5. Jiménez, A; Bermejo, J; Liceras, R; Moreno, F; Tardio, K, Archaeological perspectives on the siege of Numantia: the new fieldwork project at the Roman camps at Renieblas (Spain, 2nd-1st c. BCE), in Conflict Archaeology: Materialities of Collective Violence in Late Prehistoric and Early Historic Europe, edited by Fernández-Götz, M; Roymans, N (2018), pp. 115-126, Routledge

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