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Alicia Jiménez

Associate Professor in Classical Studies
Classical Studies
421 Chapel Drive, Duke Box 90103, Durham, NC 27708
Office hours On sabbatical during the 2023-2024 academic year.  

Selected Publications


Los campamentos romanos de Renieblas: nuevos hallazgos y líneas de interpretación

Journal Article Treballs d'Arqueologia · March 3, 2023 Featured Publication El trabajo desarrollado por el Proyecto Arqueológico Renieblas (PAR) entre 2015 y 2020 ha permitido aportar datos hasta ahora desconocidos y sugerir nuevas hipótesis interpretativas sobre estos campamentos romanos cercanos a Numancia. Se ha podido ... Full text Cite

s. v. "Numantia"

Chapter · 2023 Cite

Seeing in the dark: Roman imperialism and material culture

Journal Article Antiquity · December 1, 2020 Featured Publication Full text Cite

Renewed work at the roman camps at renieblas near numantia (2nd-1st c. B.C.)

Journal Article Journal of Roman Archaeology · January 1, 2020 Featured Publication Iberia was one of the first overseas territories to fall under Roman control when the provinces of Hispania Citerior and Ulterior were established in 197 B.C., preceded only by Sicilia (241) and Sardinia et Corsica (227). Renieblas and the sites surroundin ... Full text Cite

Standard time: typologies in Roman antiquity

Chapter · 2017 Featured Publication Cite

What is a province?

Chapter · 2016 Featured Publication Cite

Hispaniae and Narbonensis

Chapter · January 1, 2015 Cite

Punic After Punic Times? The Case of the so-called ‘Libyphoenician’ Coins of Southern Iberia

Chapter · January 1, 2014 Featured Publication In the middle of the nineteenth century, Zóbel de Zangróniz identified a new type of alphabet used by a group of mints located in the hinterland of Gades (Cádiz) between the middle of the second century and the first half of the first century bce. These to ... Full text Cite

Pure hybridism: Late Iron Age sculpture in southern Iberia

Journal Article World Archaeology · March 1, 2011 Featured Publication The concept of hybridism has its origins in the natural sciences and was important in nineteenthcentury debates about race. Nowadays it is especially relevant to various disciplines of the social sciences in connection with issues such as globalization, tr ... Full text Open Access Cite

Material Culture and Social Identities in the Ancient World: Review

Other Material Culture and Social Identities in the Ancient World · January 1, 2011 Recent studies have highlighted the diversity, complexity and plurality of identities in the ancient world. At the same time, scholars have acknowledged the dynamic role of material culture, not simply in reflecting those identities but their role in creat ... Link to item Cite

Los campamentos romanos de Renieblas: nuevos hallazgos y líneas de interpretación

Journal Article Treballs d'Arqueologia · March 3, 2023 Featured Publication El trabajo desarrollado por el Proyecto Arqueológico Renieblas (PAR) entre 2015 y 2020 ha permitido aportar datos hasta ahora desconocidos y sugerir nuevas hipótesis interpretativas sobre estos campamentos romanos cercanos a Numancia. Se ha podido ... Full text Cite

s. v. "Numantia"

Chapter · 2023 Cite

Seeing in the dark: Roman imperialism and material culture

Journal Article Antiquity · December 1, 2020 Featured Publication Full text Cite

Renewed work at the roman camps at renieblas near numantia (2nd-1st c. B.C.)

Journal Article Journal of Roman Archaeology · January 1, 2020 Featured Publication Iberia was one of the first overseas territories to fall under Roman control when the provinces of Hispania Citerior and Ulterior were established in 197 B.C., preceded only by Sicilia (241) and Sardinia et Corsica (227). Renieblas and the sites surroundin ... Full text Cite

Standard time: typologies in Roman antiquity

Chapter · 2017 Featured Publication Cite

What is a province?

Chapter · 2016 Featured Publication Cite

Hispaniae and Narbonensis

Chapter · January 1, 2015 Cite

Punic After Punic Times? The Case of the so-called ‘Libyphoenician’ Coins of Southern Iberia

Chapter · January 1, 2014 Featured Publication In the middle of the nineteenth century, Zóbel de Zangróniz identified a new type of alphabet used by a group of mints located in the hinterland of Gades (Cádiz) between the middle of the second century and the first half of the first century bce. These to ... Full text Cite

Pure hybridism: Late Iron Age sculpture in southern Iberia

Journal Article World Archaeology · March 1, 2011 Featured Publication The concept of hybridism has its origins in the natural sciences and was important in nineteenthcentury debates about race. Nowadays it is especially relevant to various disciplines of the social sciences in connection with issues such as globalization, tr ... Full text Open Access Cite

Material Culture and Social Identities in the Ancient World: Review

Other Material Culture and Social Identities in the Ancient World · January 1, 2011 Recent studies have highlighted the diversity, complexity and plurality of identities in the ancient world. At the same time, scholars have acknowledged the dynamic role of material culture, not simply in reflecting those identities but their role in creat ... Link to item Cite

Introduction: Colonising a Colonised Territory. Settlements with Punic Roots in Roman Times

Chapter · 2010 Traditional approaches to the process known as ‘Romanisation’ usually have taken into account the interaction between Roman colonists and native populations around the Mediterranean. Roman colonisation, however, took place in vast regions over a territory ... Link to item Cite

Introducción: imitación y colonialismo en el mundo antiguo

Chapter · January 1, 2009 Text of introduction to the minutes of the session entitled "Imitation and colonialism in the ancient world", held at the Complutense University of Madrid during the VII Meeting of Young Investigators of Ancient History. The aim of this session was to disc ... Full text Link to item Cite

El concepto de lo provincial: Review

Other El concepto de lo provincial · January 1, 2008 Cite

Crónica del Congreso Internacional: Western Europe in the First Millennium BC: Crossing the divide: Review

Other Crónica del Congreso Internacional: Western Europe in the First Millennium BC: Crossing the divide · January 1, 2008 Cite

Culto a los ancestros en época romana: los cipos funerarios de las necrópolis de <i>Baelo Claudia</i> (Bolonia, Cádiz)

Journal Article Archivo Español de Arqueología · December 30, 2007 Featured Publication Full text Cite

Contextos funerarios en la transición del mundo prerromano al romano en el sur peninsular

Journal Article Anales de Arqueología Cordobesa 17 · 2006 Las necrópolis datadas entre los siglos III a. C. y I a. C. se inscriben en una etapa en general mal documentada arqueológicamente y que plantea diversas cuestiones teóricas sobre la interpretación de un conjunto de materiales tradicionalmente asociados a ... Open Access Link to item Cite

Una arqueología crítica. Ciencia, ética y política en la construcción del pasado: Review

Other Una arqueología crítica. Ciencia, ética y política en la construcción del pasado · January 1, 2006 Cite

La Constancia: Una contribución al conocimiento de la topografía y los usos funerarios en la Colonia Patricia de los siglos iniciales del Imperio: Review

Other La Constancia: Una contribución al conocimiento de la topografía y los usos funerarios en la Colonia Patricia de los siglos iniciales del Imperio · January 1, 2006 Cite

Die Funde aus den römischen Lagern um Numantia im Römisch-Germanischen Zentralmuseum: Review

Other Die Funde aus den römischen Lagern um Numantia im Römisch-Germanischen Zentralmuseum · January 1, 2002 Cite