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Please remember that these guidelines are a collective responsibility. For more information, to enquire about subscription rates or to request a no- cost trial please contact Patrick Harris at patrick archaeopress. Growing ranges of methodological tools now help to interpret that record. The way in which we use these methods to define and decode the past predetermines the way in which the scientific goals of our research agendas are achieved.
New research questions in archaeology go far beyond those posed using traditional methods of analysis and treatment of material cultural remains. An absence of evidence is no longer considered evidence of absence. Using new techniques, new analytical equipment and new procedures, in appropriate theoretical frameworks and contextual proxies, archaeological research continues to refine its interpretation of the past.
This theme is inviting sessions dealing with technology, survey, typology, statistics, ethnoarchaeology, geoarchaeology and other scientific applications to the research of archaeological evidence and artefacts. It is also a call for papers that address new questions to the technological records now available to research.
What is sought is a diachronic perspective that reflects new methods of decision-making in research strategies and our understanding of social agency in archaeology. The theme seeks to define how solutions for contemporary societal TH How to Make a Field School challenges are promoted and supported by the role of IT based networks of TH Theoretical frameworks, Work: managing issues, knowledge in society.
Yet current territorial divisions and traditional and local TH Blurred borders? Making Borders of Space and Time. There are practical issues also. It TH Entangled migration. The presents additional challenges for researchers that seek to build broad materiality of diaspora TH The archaeology of medicine, regional or, indeed, global narratives.
In particular, contributions that identify and examine wider social of Minorities and Radical processes through the prism of local datasets are welcomed. Possibilities for a network of professional Associations within EAA. Willems, Annemarie Amersfoort, Netherlands Public archaeology is a martial art. TH Tradition, innovation and networks K. Hussain, Shumon T. Strigiformes as important parts of East- Beyond the bones: a multi-strand approach to past Central European Gravettian lifeworlds.
Pitt, Jacqueline M. Culinary Romania, Romania offerings and incubated eggs from a Roman cemetery. The perceived role of birds in Early Iron Age Slovenia. Concepts of historical change in archaeology. The so called downfall of Linear Pottery culture. An Egyptological survey. Leiden, Netherlands Dr. Gallinaro, Marina Rome, Italy Introduction The temporality of stone: communities and early Medieval Play and Archaeology: an Introduction and a sculptural traditions in late prehistoric Iberia.
Willemsen, Annemarieke National Museum Dr. Malloy, Kevin Coffee Break University of Wyoming, USA Genetics, Migrations and Language Dispersals: Londoners at play: an archaeological exploration of Re-theorizing mobility and the formation of culture and Medieval and early modern bear-baiting.
Mobility, cultural transfer and Close encounters. Setting a new research agenda to board games. The Mesolithic-Neolithic The attraction of the exotic - Whalebone gaming pieces conundrum. Tarasov, old and new excavations results. Interpreting Urnfield cemeteries.
History and Archaeology Maramures, Romania Doc. Study indication of population migrations. Swift, Ellen University of Kent, Great Britain Introduction The children of medieval and post medieval Bioarchaeology of childhood: Chalkolithic and Early Copenhagen. Denmark Prof.
Oras, Dr. Analysis of barrows Dr. Cemetery SE Lithuania. Iron Age Scandinavia. Tykot, Robert Lower Danube region can tell? Romania ; Dr. Trajectoires, France Medieval Cemeteries in Bulgaria. The multiple uses of Greywacke Phenomenon of multiple burials and its significance in the in North West Iberian prehistoric groups. Gaspar, Rita studies of Early Mycenaean elites. PhD Manninen, Mikael A. Werra, Dagmara H. A case study of the evolution on 2D and 3D visualizations.
Associate Prof. Vareka, Pavel ethnoarchaeological experiences from Tierra del Fuego. The architectural importance Spain of placed deposits in early medieval Europe. Conneller, Chantal Silvretta Alps. Recent research at El Alloru. Gaspar, Rita Porto, Portugal Metal ingots as a medium of exchange in the Bronze Clues to recognize spatial organization and function Age and the Iron Age.
University, Poland Dr. The Glass weights. Graduated Stud. Corti, Carla. University of Verona, ages - problems and challenges. Larsson, Lars Department of Introduction Archaeology and Ancient History, Sweden How do we understand animal deposits from the Roman From the living to the dead. Lithic artefact deposits in Iron Age in the wetlands in Denmark? Robin, Guillaume University of Edinburgh, concerning place-lore.
Endless life of tools Sacrifice and necropolitics. Christina, and vessels. PhD Kanakova, conservation. The life biography of grave Discussion goods from prehistoric burial sites. Grave wealth Scandinavia. PhD Jensen, Mathias P. Aarhus University, and grave robbery in early medieval Europe. An ontological investigation. Constraints among Blackfoot Ceremonial Bundles. Jeute, Gerson H. University Bremen, Germany Introduction Striking Objects: Comparing the metal used for Roman The Personal Value of Correspondence: Letters as copper-alloy coinage and domestic artefacts.
Peter, material culture in Late Antiquity. Late Bronze Age valuables through Are Merovingian brooches inalienable personal the organisation of metalworking. Opris, Organiser: Salisbury, Roderick B. University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom Dr. Shingiray, Irina How clustered were clustered settlements really?
Biehl, Peter F. Salisbury, Roderick B. Case studies from the Balkans. Gal, Emily The creation of powerful places in Etruria. Vengalis, Rokas Lithuanian Etruria: Two faces of the same coin? Gyucha, Attila Age and the Medieval Age. Wessman, Anna England. Thomas, Roger M. Niukkanen, Assessment: improving the relationship. Victoria, Donnelly University Blunt instruments or intelligent solutions?
From rescue to preventive archaeology: Dr. Hornak, Milan Legislation and institutional basis in Slovakia. MA Kucharik, Milan Labrys o. Dresden, Germany Prof. What does it means to Introduction be a contractual archaeologist in Romania? Simion, Management of large archaeological projects in a Mihaela Romanian National History Museum, Romania competitive environment: the French case. The developer or the owner? Faculty of Philology, Room A7 Dr. Past and perspectives. Engovatova, Asya Dr.
Saprykina, Irina; Zelentsova, Managing coastal heritage as climates change. Heilen, Michael Statistical Research, Inc. Zupanek, Netherlands. Examples from two Spanish villages. Castillo, Netherlands. Nicolis, Franco Ufficio beni archeologici - with multiple disabilities. Curtis, Caitlin excavations at Halmyris in the Danube Delta. Grahn A journey through time: sensory tourism in the context of Danielson, Benjamin Picea kulturarv, Sweden archaeological museums in Poland.
Chronologies, topics, North Africa. Fentress, Elizabeth Rome, Italy perspectives. Stasolla, Francesca Technology of Bracteate Breakage. Constantinescu, Bogdan National Institute for Nuclear as a factor in rapid change in material culture. Physics and Engineering, Romania Prof. Calaon, Diego singular in the chemistry of copper-alloys. Animal 1 September 1 September husbandry as technology. Agnesten, Sofia Andrine Household Archaeology in a small scale house in Gothenburg University, Sweden an early byzantine settlement.
MA Steinborn, Miriam Same name, same background, same function? Thoeming, Dr. Settlement Prof. Stancikaite, Migle Nature Research Centre, Lithuania The environment of the Sambia hillforts according to the pollen studies.
Rozprza case study. Case studies of long term ritual practices. Faculty of History, Room h Prof. PhD Student Koivikko, Sea. Armbruster, Barbara West Coast of Sweden. A case study of S-shaped clasps. Berlin, Germany PhD Cand. Nilsson, Andreas Lund University, Sweden Preliminary considerations on the technological variation Markers of ethnicity and female power?
Some reflections within Baltic ware pottery. So-called Technological aspects of the Swedish gold collars. Finalisation of the post-doc project. Isotopic approaches to Nuns diet of the Dental paleopathology, diet and mobility at the Copper Convento de Belmonte, Cuenca, Spain. Rainsford, Clare necropolis of Panoria Spain.
Case studies for the dating of Bronze Age cremation burials from Hungary. Archaeological and palaeoenvironmental approaches. Jones, Prof. Gearey, Benjamin Intensity of human impact inferred from pollen land-cover University College Cork, Ireland reconstruction and archaeological models.
Azarov, Evgeny Discussion State Historical Museum, Russia Coffee Break Hunter-gatherer exploitation of biodiverse kwongan Middle Neolithic transformations of food economy in the heathland in Holocene southwestern Australia. Spagni, Neodymium isotopes. De Winter, Niels Vrije Universiteit Brussels, Belgium The geochemical relationship between soil, plant and streamwater; implications for migration studies.
Hill, Geoffrey E. Denmark Dr. Some considerations The use of charcoal in metallurgy Iberian Peninsula, on people living in Concise, a Swiss Neolithic site. Belgian Brass Blacksmiths along the Meuse River. Women to the front? The case of Limousin region in the 19th century. A Basque reflection on existence and coexistence. Majewski, Teresita Statistical Research, Inc.
Ritual practice related to houses TH Geoarchaeology of Prehistoric settlements: new insights into use of space, in a terp settlement in the northern Netherlands. Nieuwhof, Annet University of Groningen, Netherlands Construction, function and interior design of sunken floor huts in Middle Eastern Sweden. Light and its absence in medieval domestic spaces.
Praha, Czech Republic Dr. Banerjea, Rowena University of Reading, Great Britain Investigation of glass objects from Dodona Sanctuary, Understanding household activities: an examination Epirus, Greece: an interdisciplinary approach. Oikonomou, Artemios University of Nottingham, Prof.
Croatia Dr. Stepanova, of an enigmatic Iron Age ornament. University of Tartu, Estonia Dr. PhD Zhilina, Mediterranean. Theory and practice. Functions, aims and reliability of representations. The case of Sultana-Malu Rosu cemetery. Busova, Varvara in Suzdal Opolie. Rodinkova, Vlasta Late-Paleolithic. Elkina, Irina Prehistory. Sign of consumption?
Konservering, Sweden Dr. Baumann, Nadine Finding broken grain in the archaeobotanical record: German Archaeological Institute, Germany ethnoarchaeological and experimental approaches. Hondelink, Merit Archeodienst Noord bv, Netherlands Netherlands Discussion Islamic diet and agricultural practices in rural al-Andalus: new archaeobotanical evidences.
Perego, Renata Integrative prehistoric cuisines of Europe. Branco, Rute Universidade archaeobotanical studies of cesspits. How to interpret their Aspects of the diet of the medieval population 10th—12th presence and how to recognize them. Regional and chronological development of comparative analysis of archaeozoology, isotope studies fishing. PhD cand. Koivisto, Satu dagger. PhD student Jensen, Mathias P. Gallen, Switzerland Centre for Baltic and Scandinavian Archaeology, Germany Fishing as part of the local economy in the Steinhuder Not that simple!
A debate about the apparent decrease of Meer — an ethno-historical case study. Weski, Timm bone tools in the Paris Basin Mesolithic. The New materials of Hun-Sarmatian time from the territory of Kazakhstan. Codromaz, Federica Universit degli hoards.
Uusimaa in Finland. University of Helsinki, Finland concerning the status of the complex. Webber, Henry of a south-eastern Anatolia archaeological site. Equini, Eugenia Sapienza University of Rome, Italy Best-practice models for intensively used agricultural Protecting and communicating Arslantepe: work in landscapes.
Chadburn, Amanda Historic England, Multiple layers and multiple players: management Great Britain practices and archaeological conservation in Turkey. Historic and Northlight Heritage, Great Britain archaeological research with the local community. White, Roger Engaging stakeholders, shaping practice: Strategies for University of Birmingham, Great Britain sustainable cultural landscape management.
Sarabia, Julia Archaeology and landscape policies of rural areas. PhD Kajda, Kornelia Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu, Poland Introduction Galice and the Basque Country Spain : Sustainable Practical skills training in European Archaeology: survey Archaeology in small sustainable countries? Xurxo, results.
Apen, Ruiz the Future? Tsonev, Tsoni Building big. Consulting Prof. Pyrgaki, Marie Neolithic of the Levant. Miller Bonney, Emily California State the ritual activities and related materials. Polanyi, of social cohesion in Late Neolithic Northern Greece. A social cohesion at Santovka — case study. Thaler, Ulrich German Archaeological Institute, Greece Introduction Ritual feasting as indication of social cohesion?
Field schools in Archaeological Heritage Management. Pape, Eleonore German Archaeological project: fieldwork. A good example of Comparing early Christian stone monuments in north- management, training and public engagement. Edoardo, western Europe: movement and identity. Vecchiet, and exchange in early medieval Northumbria. Orsini, Costanza Durham University, Italy Celia Greenwich, Great Britain Site management and business plans, conservation and The recreation of identities in the late Iron Age and public engagement issues and opportunities.
Edoardo, Roman period in Ireland AD Piezonka, Introduction Henny German Archaeological Institute, Germany Bioarchaeology in action — a multidisciplinary approach Discussion on animal remains in ritual contexts. Kozicka, Magdalena zone farmers. Druzhinina, Olga reindeer from archaeological sites. Animal bones of Iron Age burials and settlement at Old Uppsala. Autonomous Unit for Prehistoric Flint foragers in southern Scandinavia. Potentials and limits. Discovery of animal Montaigne, France products from the 14th c.
Chatzimpaloglou, Petros How to process meat for a 17th century warship. Results of preliminary research. Lathem, Wyndham research method. PhD Rasmussen, Belgium. New data for mining sites. Identification and characterisation approach. Gamble, Julia University of Toronto, Canada Canals fills archives: environment and water A demographic history of the plague bacillus revealed management in Sarazm Tajikistan during Bronze Age.
Mylona, Pantelitsa spatial organisation of outside areas. Faculty of History, Room Dr. Orton, David microarchaeology at the Ness of Brodgar, Orkney. University of York, Great Britain Dr. Open Source options for the of the south of Western Siberia. Ryabogina, Natalia dissemination of archaeological spatial data. Davis, Robert; Evans, Ukraine. A new data Faculty of History, Room and old problems. The Scandinavian Archaeology department, Vilnius, Lithuania ; perspective.
University of Copenhagen, Denmark Dr. Anders, Kaliff Uppsala Romania. Bendelli, Giuliana Universit Cattolica explanation for behaviour. Baltic: pottery form and function in the dynamic 4th mill. The Neolithic and Copper Age pottery Dr. Vukovic, Jasna University of Belgrade, Serbia mix of traditions. Percan, Tihomir borders. Mobility and rejection of the alien in the Iron Age.
Revisiting old ideas. Iron Age art. Armit, Ian University of Bradford, emeritus Collis, John University of Sheffield, Great Britain Great Britain Bringing down the Wall or How precise independent The cremated dead: investigating cremated remains from chronologies facilitate negotiation of boundaries. Nicholls, Dr. MA Saccoccio, computed tomography and micro-excavations. Between Myth and Reality Museum in Poznan. Krueger, Michal in the Development of Warfare in Scandinavia.
New archaeological research on an old archive. Roman Iron Age princely graves. Kuncevicius, Albinas Rooted in the past: A new chronological classification for Vilnius University, Lithuania the early medieval Tyne-Forth cemeteries. Vilnius University, Lithuania Dr. Gleize, Yves Pessac, France Dealing with identities. Archaeological traces of Muslims and Dimmi-s in the Middle Mark. Marmara University, Turkey Myths and reality. New approaches TH Ties that bind. The role of sumptuous burials of TH Landscapes beyond the borders of space and time.
Change and continuity in econo- women in Bronze and Iron Age Europe. Schumann, Robert TH Between landing site and vicus - between emporium and town. SP2 Techniques Prof. Ochir-Goryaeva, Maria Vanity or hygiene? Louwen, Arjan Glimpses into the armed life in the medieval castle Leiden University, Netherlands of Raseborg.
The deposition of swords in rivers in the area of middle Danube. The selective deposition of metalwork. University, Slovakia Prof. Hrvoje, Early Bronze Age metalwork depositions in Denmark. Matau, Florica Alexandru Ioan Europe: a statistical and geographical approach.
Transcarpatian regional museum, Ukraine Dr. Gibson, Catriona University of The selective deposition of tools — an indication Wales, Great Britain of personalized hoards? Reinhold, Sabine German Archaeological Institute, Germany Introduction Non-burial metalwork depositions in Bronze Age China- Transition to Holocene in the hinterland of eastern a case study of the Shang. Oxford, United Kingdom Dr. Luci, Kemajl Museum of Kosovo, Kosovo Icoana revisited: an archaeozoological perspective.
Savinov, Dmitri Saint-Petersburg State University, Operational strategies, animal environment of the Low Povolzhye last hunters and first breeders. The early and late Neolithic in the Balkans. Deckers, Pieterjan Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium Changes in pig populations feeding in the context Bypassing monolithic entities: diachronic and spatially of animal domestication in the NE Iberian Peninsula. Donnelly, Harriet Prof. Framing Discussion the urban development of a trading town in Italy.
Methods, definitions and dynamics. Research, Norway Dr. Non-ferrous metalworkers in eighth century Ribe. Sabatini, Serena No town is an island. Schaefer, Stefanie 10thth c. Diachronic approach A town in the making - exploring early urbanity of to weaving technology in Bronze Age Greece.
Copenhagen through the study of social practices. Siennicka, Malgorzata University 3 September 3 September craft and administrative functions. The spinning bowl. Polanyi, Tamas Northwestern site in Grudna, Poland. Attempt to interpret of the decoration on Renfrew reloaded: the social organisation of monument the urn from Szemud, Poland.
Master of arts Przymorska-Sztuczka, construction in Neolithic Wessex. Comparative approach. Shiroukhov, Roman Prof. Mikhaylova, Elena St. Petersburg between BC. Zaytseva, Irina Age of western Norway. Skoglund, cemetery of Broechem, Antwerp Belgium.
Sobolev, Vladislav St. Burial rites in a Scottish Carmelite friary. Alban Church in Odense, Denmark. Zoega, Gudny Reconstructing the Past. Wilson, Kelvin Ridderkerk, Netherlands Dr. Elbl, Martin Phenomena of migration on Chalcidice. Elliott, Ben Dr. Glazunova, Olga analysis in historical populations. Germany in the last 25 years. A review. Archaeology, the law, Saturday Saturday Hearth structures and plasters from the Bronze Age and civil rights in Austria.
Karl, Raimund Prifysgol settlement of Oratino: the dark side of the mud. Bangor University, Great Britain Dott. Aspects of youth and old age in Viking Age and Medieval Scandinavia. Zoega, Gudny Skagafjordur Ireland: developing partnerships. Murphy, Eileen Archaeology Fairs. MA Majorek, Dr.
A warning example from Finland. Everybody is winning! Domiter, Ozren Trends in Scandinavian cultural heritage management Archaeological museum in Zagreb, Croatia in the s. Hakon, Glorstad University of Oslo, Illicit trafficking of archaeological heritage in Croatian Norway post-war and transitional context. Munawar, Slovenia Nour A. MA Van der of preventive archaeology. Querol, A. Iacomi, Veroni- French preventive archaeology in a European context.
Hanscam, Is Preventive Archaeology viable in time of crisis? Iacomi, Saturday Saturday Birth and infant death of preventive archaeology in Italy. Guermandi, Maria Pia Istituto Beni Culturali, Italy Interpretative appropriation as religious utopia: Illyrian How Scientifically based Archaeology can assist mythology after communism. Bekteshi, Arba Commercial Archaeological units to save money. Masoudi, Arman Preventive archaeology in Austria. Krenn, Martin; Tehran, Iran Dr. The change in interpretations.
Christina, Fredengren Shields. PhD student O. Interpreting the late iron age Politics and archaeology in an uncaring universe, or record in Gaul. Vogel, Helga Free University Berlin, Germany Contributions of social anthropology to the knowledge of Faculty of History, Room the status of adorned bodies in archaeology.
PhD Student Alvik, Renovating practices in the history of archaeology. Saturday Saturday Dr. Doing theory with your hands. Beliaev, Dr. Klingenberg, and How? Vengalis, Rokas Discussion Lithuanian History Institute, Lithuania Coffee Break An attempt to define ratio of barrow cemetery and Kulmin - digital dissemination of cultural heritage.
Spaces of the living and the dead let them tell a story side by side. Jokiniemi, S. MA Fast, Jan Dr. An East Lithuanian Iron age sample. Phd student Malve, Martin Latvia. Posters Dr. Insights and Challenges. Pfrengle, Saskia Institute for Archaeological M. De Neef, Wieke A multi-disciplinary approach to formation and abandon- University of Groningen, Netherlands ment processes within later prehistoric houses.
Ro- Unravelling the formation process: re-excavating mankiewicz, Tanja University of Edinburgh, Great Britain stratigraphy beneath the temples of Malta. The evidence of first farmers Pompeii premise and the palimpsest.
Toth, Peter 3 September 3 September Dr. Tereso, magnetic field: The Levant case study. Hebrew University, Israel Resources Univ. Kucharik, Milan Labrys o. Trogu, Antonio River Basin Portugal. Universidade de Santiago de Compostel, Spain 3 September 3 September Assessing ephemeral protohistoric occupation by off- site geophysical prospection in Calabria Italy. Tykot, Robert University of Remotely Visible?
Pettersson, Claes B. Bones to Examine Diet and Mobility. R Variation to Develop Chronologies for magnetic survey in A community in death from a 3 September 3 September geophysical surveys. Schopper, Franz 19th c. Lithuania: stable isotope evidence. Use of metal detectors Medieval Population from Rathfarnham, Dublin. Diesch, in the Little Poland region. PhD Smekalov, Sergey landscape and peoples subsistence economy. Persoiu, Ioana Stefan cel Mare University, caused by climate change around 8, years ago.
Romania Dr. University of Saskatchewan, Canada Dr. Amber in Mycenaean World. Sofaer, Saturday Saturday Joanna University of Southampton, Great Britain Transmission and transition, relationships between craft- Introduction knowledge and textiles across Europe. The first bronzesmiths in southern Dr. Olausson, Deborah Department of Lithuania Archaeology and Ancient History, Lund, Sweden Archaeological excavations from the past with new Discussion interpretations.
New Russian- Beyond lake villages. Archaeological and palaeoecologal German research at Veksa, Northern Russia. Petersburg Russia. Gusentsova, in the Alps. Chrysostomou, Pots, pans and dishes to understand food in a pile-dwelling Panikos Greek Ministry of Culture and Sports, Florina Neolithic society. Studying structural wood from the settlements.
Steiner, Bigna; Saturday Saturday settlements in the Balkans. Todoroska, Valentina NU. Museum Nikola Nezlobinski Southwest Germany. PhD student settlements of Upper Dvina region. The rise and fall of the big harbour town of Aquileia. PhD continuity, and perceptions of place. Murko, Miha exchange in historic Iceland.
A study case from Eastern Romania. A critical review of evidence for treatment in human skeletal remains.
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