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Expansión territorial de la dinastía sargónida (ca. 2340-2150 a.C.): "El País" y la periferia, fuentes e interpretaciones
Di Bennardis, Cristina (Universidad Nacional de Rosario)

Data: 2009
Resum: This paper, through a multidisciplinary approach centered on anthropology and history, will try to analyze some of the textual and iconographic sources that are testimonies of the transformations introduced by the Sargonid dynasty in Mesopotamia and its area of influence. An element that stands out is the vigour of its political-territorial expansion: firstly, the attempt to unify Sumer and Akkad, ki-en-gi and ki-uri, and promote from the power spheres the construction of a syncretic ethnopolitical identity; secondly, the extension of the political control and the economic exploitation beyond the borders of the unified country, advancing from its natural region in the alluvial plain towards mountainous areas on the north, east and west, and even increasing its influence over maritime coastal regions. These kings, particularly some of them like Sargon (2340-2284 BC) and Naram Sin (2260-2223 BC), left a deep trace in the reality they transformed and in the mental representations that arose from it. So significant were their actions that they remained as the paradigm of the first imperial constructions, both in their time and in historiography until the present.
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Llengua: Castellà
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Publicat a: Historiae, Núm. 6 (2009) , p. 1-38, ISSN 1697-5456

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