2011. február 19., szombat

Konferencia: Nostoi

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Nostoi: Indigenous Culture, Migration and Integration in the Aegean Islands and Western Anatolia during the Late Bronze and Early Iron Age

2011. március 31 - április 3.
Anadolu Medeniyetleri Araştırma Merkezi / Research Center for Anatolian Studies
Istiklal Caddesi No. 181 Merkez Han, Beyoğlu - Istanbul

Március 31. (csütörtök)

Session I. General

09:00-09:40 P. Mountjoy (Keynote), The East Aegean-West Anatolian Interface in the Late Bronze Age: some Aspects arising from the Pottery

09:40-10:10 P. Pavúk, Between the Aegean and the Hittites. The Western Anatolia in 2nd Millenium BC

10:10-10:40 R. Becks, Settlement patterns and socio-political landscape of Western Anatolian in the Late Bronze Age – A geoarchaeological view

10:40-11:10 M. Alparslan, The History of Western Anatolia during the Hittite Period

Session II. Migration

11:40-12:10 M. R. Bachvarova, Migrations in the Anatolian Epic Tradition

12:10-12:40 P. Hnila – C. Ch. Aslan, Migration and Integration at Troy at the end of Late Bronze Age to Iron Age

12:40-13:10 K. Kopanias, The Mushki/Phrygian problem from the Near Eastern point of view

14:30-15:00 M. Kerschner, From Luwian Abasa to Ionian Ephesos: Is there material evidence for the Ionian Migration?

15:00-15:30 F. Fragkopoulou, Ionian Migration

Session III. Geography: a. Aegean

15:30-16:00 F. Seroglou – D. Sfakianakis, The Eastern insular arc between Crete and Anatolia. Aspects and parameters during the transition from Late Bronze Age to Early Iron Age

16:30-17:00 J. Eerbeek, The ‘Mycenaeans’ in the southeastern Aegean revisited

17:00-17:30 S. Vitale - A. Trecarichi, Koan Local Traditions during the Mycenaean Age. A Contextual and Functional Analysis of Anatolianizing Ceramics from the “Serraglio”, Eleona, and Langada

17:30-18:00 M. Georgiadis - A. Vlachopoulos , The Cyclades and the Dodecanese during the post-palatial period: migrations and indigenous developments

Április 1. (péntek)

Session III. Geography: a. Aegean

09:00-09:30 N. Mac Sweeney, The ‘Ionian Migrations’: Representation and Reality

09:30-10:00 J. W. Earle Mycenaeanization on Melos: A View from the Phylakopi Pantries

10:00-10:30 L. Girella – P. Pavúk, Minoanisation, Acculturation, Hybridisation: the evidence of the Minoan presence in the NE Aegean between Middle and Late Bronze Age

10:30-11:00 A. Dale, The East Shore of Lesbos: Anatolian Elements in the Culture of Early Greek Lesbos

11:30-12:00 L. Coluccia, Hephaestia: new data on the Mycenaean presence on Lemnos during the Late Bronze Age

12:00-12:30 L. Danile, Lemnos in the Early Iron Age: The Pottery from Hephaestia

Session III. Geography: b. Anatolia

12:30-13:10 A. Yener (Keynote), Alalakh and the new chronology

13:10-13:40 R. Yağcı, Kizzuwatna in the Bronze Age and in Later Periods: Continuity and/or Discontinuity?

14:40-15:10 E. Ünlü, Late Bronze-Early Iron Age Transitional Pottery from the Northeast Mediterranean Settlements

15:10-15:40 B. Hürmüzlü – P. Iversen, Intercultural Relations in Northwest Pisidia in the Iron Age: Konane and Tymandos

15:40-16:10 N. Momigliano – B. Aksoy, Lycia before the Lycians

16:30-17:00 O. Hülden Tombs of the Early Iron Age in Lycia, Karia and ‘Northern Lycia’. The question of their origin and ethnicity

17:00-17:30 I. Kaiser – J. Zurbach, Late Bronze Age Miletus – The Anatolian face

17:30-18:00 M. Krumme, Geometric Miletus

Április 2. (szombat)

Session III. Geography: b. Anatolia

09:00-09:30 V. Şahoğlu, Çeşme-Bağlararası: A Western Anatolian Harbour Settlement at the Beginning of the Late Bronze Age

09:30-10:00 R. Meriç, Bademgediği Tepe: A fortified settlement in Arzawa-Mira. An attempt to locate Hittite Puranda

10:00-10:30 S. Günel, Çine-Tepecik: New Contributions on Late Bronze Age Cultures in Western Anatolia

10:30-11:00 S. Votruba, Liman Tepe during the Late Bronze Age

11:00-11:30 Y. Ersoy, Klazomenai in the Iron Age. Defining Cultural Characteristics of the Early Ionic Settlement

12:00-12:30 R. Aslan, Late Bronze Age settlement hierarchy in the Troad and Troia

Session IV. Trade

12:30-13:00 A. Michailidou, Profit oriented traders in the Aegean and Anatolia in the 2nd millennium B.C.: Inter-cultural concepts of measurement and value

13:00-13:30 E. Kozal, Imports from the Eastern Mediterranean in Late Bronze Age Anatolia

Session V. Cult, Social and Intercultural Aspects

14:30-15:00 A. Teffeteller, Songs Across the Sea: Anatolian and Aegean Poetic Traditions

15:00-15:30 C. Rutherford, Arzawan Rituals and Greek Religion

15:30-16:00 A. M. Carstens, The Great Goddess of Anatolia and her Greek daughters. On Late Bronze Age roots in rituals, architecture and iconography

16:30-17:00 G. Zenoni, From Western to Eastern Anatolia: reconsidering the Aegean presence in the peripheries of the Hittite world

17:00-17:30 Zs. Simon, Against the identification of Karkiša with Carians

17:30-18:00 K. Giannakos, The Aegean type Sword found at Hattusas and the Written Sources about the Exchange of Technology at the Late Bronze Age

Április 3. (vasárnap)

Session V. Cult, Social and Intercultural Aspects

09:00-09:30 R. Vaessen, The social role of pottery production and use on the west coast of Asia Minor in the transition from Bronze to Iron Age

09:30-10:00 Ç. Maner: Who are they? The Social Identity of Western Anatolia and the Aegean Islands in the LBA

10:00-10:30 J. Makrišová, Always on the Lookout for the Greeks: “Pre-colonial” Western Anatolia

10:30-11:00 A. Leriou, Identifying Early Iron Age Cultural Groups in Western Anatolia: A Reconsideration

12:00-12:30 M. Mikrakis, Cross-cultural interaction in the Eastern Mediterranean during the Early Iron Age: A View from Seal Engraving

12:30-13:00 M. Louka-Skoula, Early Iron Age Routes of personal adornment

13:00-13:30 E. Gorogianni – J. Cutler – R. D. Fitzsimons, Something Borrowed, Something New: Possible Archaeological Evidence for Foreign Brides as Catalysts for Acculturation at Ayia Irini, Kea

14:30-15:00 M. Pieniazek, Women on the border of different worlds: dress and body ornaments as a testimony to cross-cultural influences in the northern area of the Aegean in the Late Bronze and Early Iron Age across the Aegean: from Hallstatt Balkans to the Anatolian Coast

15:00-15:30 A. P. Agelarakis, Klazomenaean Ties to Three Continents: Two of their Ambassadors Speak

15:30-16:00 J. D. Hawkins (Keynote), The Political Geography of Arzawa (Western Anatolia)

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