Author : Anis Khabthani | Tunisian researcher, Ph-D Student, Music and Musicology.
The article sheds light on some of the musical instruments of a mythological nature dating back to the Roman era .They are found intensively in the iconographic bearings between the archaeological sites and the Tunisian national museums. It should be noted, then, that the research on the peculiarities of these artifacts required from us some morphological and organological studies evaluating the musical cultural scene in Tunisia during the Roman era. We also emphasized through this article the revival of some musical instruments that have been and are still witness to the cultural prosperity of the mandate of “Africa” …
- This article is only available in arabic.
- To cite the article : Khabthani, Anis, 2019 : « The Musical Instruments in Tunisia during the Roman Period : An acclaimed reality and a desired valuation under a lack of recognition ! », CTUPM, http://ctupm.com/ar/the-tunisian-instruments-in-tunisia-during-the-roman-period/