Reflexiones sobre arqueología, lingüística e iglesias rupestres de época tardoantigua / Considerations on archaeology, linguistics and rock churches of Late Antiquity

Agustín Azkarate


Late Antiquity is one of the most debated periods in the history of Wasconia. This text deals with some of these debates: the original or late-adopted condition of the Basque language in the current territories of the Basque Country, the historical interpretations of the custom of depositing grave goods, or the chronology of the rock churches of southern Álava. The idea of Basque territories as frontier spaces is highlighted, understood as an unstable and permeable area of human mobility; as a space for negotiation, alliance, exchange; as a liminal place between cultures and political powers; as «margins» whose signifying quality is their political, anthropological, cultural or linguistic creativity.

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ASJU  Anuario del Seminario de Filología Vasca "Julio de Urquijo"

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