This project focuses on repetitive plots and role patterns historians and archaeologists use to describe and explain human migration, thereby constructing landscapes of identity.
Wanderings and migrations have always been considered tales particularly worth telling. They figure among the most beloved themes of stories both fictional and non-fictional across the globe and throughout the ages. One critical aspect of these depictions is the way in which they connect diverse spaces in the landscape that are each linked to a particular collective identity. For this reason, they are a principal source for the analysis of spaces of identity in antiquity.