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The Aegean and the Levant at the Turn of the Bronze and Iron Ages II.

The University of Warsaw is pleased to invite to attend the workshop:

The Aegean and the Levant at the Turn of the Bronze and Iron Ages. 
Workshop II
Warsaw, 11-12 June 2015
Venue: University of Warsaw Library, Dobra 56/66, room 315  


Thursday 11 June 2015


Łukasz Niesiołowski-Spanò (UW), Greetings and opening remarks.

Svetlana Burlak (Moscow State University), On the typology of linguistic contacts

Dariusz Piwowarczyk (Jagiellonian University, Kraków), Chronology and dating of linguistic corpora

Rafał Rosół (Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań), Early Semitic loanwords in Greek and phonetic irregularities

Ilya Yakubovich, (Russian State University for the Humanities), Greek loanwords in early Semitic and Anatolian languages


Paola Dardano (University of Siena), Semitic influences in Anatolian languages

Zsolt Simon (University of München), Anatolian influences in Greek

Wilfred Watson (University of Newcastle), Anatolian influences in Semitic languages

Friday, 12 June 2015                                    


Piotr Taracha (University of Warsaw), Approaches to Mycenaean-Hittite Interconnections

Marek Węcowski (University of Warsaw), Homer, archaeology, and evolutionary models in early Greek history

Ann Killebrew (Penn State), Interactions and Interconnections between Cyprus and the Southern Levant during the Iron I


David Ben-Shlomo (Hebrew University), Pottery and Terracottas in Philistia during the Early Iron Age: Aspects of Change and Continuity

Peter Fischer (University of Gothenburg), Iron Age I at Tell Abu al-Kharaz, Jordan Valley: Philistine and Other Influences

Becky Martin (Boston University), Orientalizing Art in Greece: Rethinking the Social Function of the Kouros


Anna Juras (Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań), Marcin Grynberg (Polish Academiy of Sciences), aDNA studies and historical reconstructions

Łukasz Pospieszny (Polish Academiy of Sciences), Isotop studies and historical reconstructions

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