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29th Congress of the REI CRETARIAE ROMANAE FAUTORES

Xanten, Germany, 21 - 26 (+ 27) September 2014


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Review of the 29th Congress of the REI CRETARIAE ROMANAE FAUTORES

Report by Tatjana Cvjeticanin

On this occasion we met in Xanten, we were the guests of LRV-Römer Museum and LVR-Archäologischer Park Xanten (LVR = Landschaftsverband Rheinland). The congress was prepared in cooperation with LWL (Landschaftsverband Westfalen-Lippe), Radboud University Nijmegen and Museum Het Valkhof and Museum Kam, Nijmegen, organized by Dr. Bernd Liesen, with the support of Dr. Martin Müller, ably assisted by Silke Lauinger and other volunteers. The attendance of over 170 participants was amongst the highest experienced so far and this resulted, in addition to sixty oral papers, in a display of equal number of posters in the magnificent area of the reconstructed Thermae. LRV-Römer Museum, unique combination of archaeological protection and rehabilitation and modern museum architecture, provided an excellent meeting space. Midday meals were typically provided in the pavilion raised nearby the museum, presenting numerous opportunities for informal contacts between scholars and friends.

In addition to a full programme of lectures and poster sessions, and tours of the Archaeological Park Xanten and the Roman Museum, we were also treated to the excursions to the LWL-Römermuseum Haltern and the Museum Hat Valkohof Nijmegen, both showing important military complexes and pottery production centres. All the museums present Roman pottery in their normal displays, and several pottery shows were set up for our visits.

At the General Meeting of the RCRF held at the end of the congress, as Philip Kenrick had completed his six years of office as the president and decided not to stand for a second term, Tatjana Cvjeticanin was elected as a president for the next six years. At her office of ordinary member of the Council  Platon Petridis was appointed. New elections for this position will take place at the 2016 congress in Lisboa. The General Meeting of the RCRF was presented with two attractive opportunities for the congress of 2018 to be held in Cluj-Napoca (the location of the 2016 congress being already fixed in Lisbon, Portugal) and a vote was held. Cluj-Napoca was chosen by a small margin and the presenters were thanked for their offers.
The General Meeting of the RCRF was followed by a farewell reception in the commendable rooms of the rebuilt Roman restaurant at the Park.

The congress was followed by a one-day post-congress tour to Cologne, with the focus on the Römisch-Germanisches Museum.



First Circular

Welcome message

Dear Fautores, colleagues and friends,
It is our great honor to invite you to participate in the 29th congress of the RCRF 2014 at Xanten, Germany, from 21st to 26th September 2014. The conference will be organized by the team of the LVR-Archäologischer Park Xanten / LVR-RömerMuseum.

The RCRF seeks to promote research and communication on all forms of Roman pottery, including lamps. Thus the conference covers any kind of pottery in various sections. Participation is open to every scholar, not only to members of the RCRF. The number of participants is limited to 180, with priority given to members of the RCRF.

Xanten is located in the district of Wesel in the North-Rhine-Westfalia state of Germany. It is visited by about one million tourists a year. The LVR-Archäologischer Park Xanten is one of the largest archaeological open air museums in the world. Excavations have been taking place for centuries in the Roman town Colonia Ulpia Traiana and the legionary camps in the vicinity. Since 2008, the archaeological finds have had a new home: the LVR-RömerMuseum. Xanten was heavily destroyed in the Second World War. Many medieval buildings were restored, and today Xanten has a scenic city centre. 

The Colonia Ulpia Traiana was a major town of the province Germania inferior. Together with the remains of the fortresses, the harbour installations and the cemeteries it forms an archaological zone of exceptional importance. In the Roman town and in the legionary fortress Vetera Castra numerous remains of pottery workshops have been found.

 

General Information

Key Dates
Start Date: 21st September 2014
End Date: 26th September 2014
Post Congress Tour Date: 27th September 2014
Provisional registration Deadline: 30th November 2013
Abstract Submission Deadline: 15th June 2014
Poster Submission Deadline: 15th July 2014
Manuscript Submission Deadline (for publication): 31st December 2014

Venue
LVR-Archäologischer Park Xanten / LVR-RömerMuseum
Siegfriedstraße 39
46509 Xanten
Germany
GPS 51.667764 N / 6.438332 E.
www.apx.lvr.de/
Lectures will take place in the auditorium of the LVR-RömerMuseum.

Arrivals are expected on Sunday (21st September), and for those participating in the post-congress tour departure will be on Saturday (27th September, late afternoon). Participants will need to make their own accommodation arrangements. Early booking is strongly recommended. Detailed information will be available on the website.

Official languages are English, French, German, Italian and Spanish. Bullet-point summaries in English on PowerPoint slides are helpful in understanding non-English lectures.

Lectures should generally be of 15 minutes duration. Please note that only PowerPoint presentations will be accepted. No more than one lecture will be accepted from any one participant. For reasons of better visibility, drawings of vessel profiles should be filled. Submitting authors have the option of stating their presentation preference – oral or poster – but the program committee will make the final decision. As the number of lectures is limited, delegates are kindly encouraged to prepare a poster whenever possible. The organizers intend to provide an opportunity to print posters in advance at Xanten.

A small number of grants may be available from the RCRF in order to help those who would otherwise be prevented by financial hardship from attending the congress. Grants will generally be confined to the congress fee, but may exceptionally cover accommodation and travel costs in addition. Accommodation costs will be awarded on the scale of simple hostel accommodation and travel will be expected to be the cheapest obtainable.

 

Programme

Selections of pottery produced at various kiln sites in Lower Germany will be on display. A small exhibition at the LVR-RömerMuseum is dedicated to the history of pottery production and trade in Germania inferior and beyond.

An integral part of the congress scientific programme are guided tours at Xanten as well as excursions (included in the registration fee) to Haltern am See and Nijmegen (The Netherlands). Participants can join a tour to the LWL-Römermuseum at Haltern am See. The LWL-Römermuseum contains a rich collection of archaeological finds from the Augustan legionary fortress. The tour to Nijmegen will take you to Radboud University and to Museum Het Valkhof. Museum Het Valkhof houses a large number of objects from archaeological sites at Nijmegen.

To finish off the conference days the organizers intend to arrange an optional one-day post congress excursion to Cologne. The Colonia Claudia Ara Agrippinensium was the capital of the province Lower Germany. The remains of the praetorium, the town wall and other public buildings will be of some interest to participants. The Römisch-Germanisches Museum is dedicated to art and culture of Germania inferior. It houses many famous pieces as well as more recent archeological finds excavated by the Archeological Service of the city of Cologne.

 

Contact

If you wish to join the conference, please fill in the registration form and send it via mail or email to

Dr. Bernd Liesen
LVR-Archäologischer Park Xanten
Trajanstr. 4
46509 Xanten
Germany

E-Mail: RCRF-29.apx@lvr.de

The closing date for registration is 30th November 2013. A second circular with more detailed information will be forwarded in February 2014 to registered persons.

Please pass a copy of this circular to any interested person.


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Second Circular

Dear Fautores, friends and colleagues,

first of all, we would like to thank you for your support and your numerous applications. All submissions are revised by the RCRF-committee and the congress organization team. We have received over 180 registration forms, so we are no longer accepting any further submissions.

Congress Fee

The congress fee is 220 €. The fee includes: Access to opening ceremony and welcome reception, access to LVR-Archäologischer Park Xanten / LVR-RömerMuseum, access to closing ceremony, access to all scientific sessions and poster displays, access to exhibition and pottery displays, congress kit, coffee breaks, lunch or dinner once a day, excursions.

Conference Programme

All submitted presentations are going through a selection process.
A list of all successfully submitted presentations will be announced on the official website in the next few days. Please check your name and lecture/poster theme for discrepancies. In case of mistakes please contact the organization team immediately (RCRF-29.APX@lvr.de).
In case you don’t want your name being published on a website, please contact us as soon as possible.

A provisional programme will be released in February on the conference website: http://www.apx.lvr.de/english/archaeologicalpark/research/congressofrcrf.htm
http://www.fautores.org/pages/congress_2014_Xanten.htm

All further changes to the programme will be advertised on the website: http://www.apx.lvr.de/english/archaeologicalpark/research/congressofrcrf.htm
http://www.fautores.org/pages/congress_2014_Xanten.htm

Accommodation

Please take care of your accommodation as early as possible (holiday season!). Consider the transport possibilities from your hotel to the congress venue!
Use the following link of the Tourist Information of Xanten (tix) for booking. There you can find a list of all hotels and holiday homes in Xanten and its vicinity:

http://www.xanten.de/de/besucherinformationen/branchen-xanten-exklusiv/unterk%C3%BCnfte/hotels

http://www.xanten.de/de/unterk%C3%BCnfte/urlaub-in-historischen-gem%C3%A4uern

For direct booking (in English, Dutch, French and German):
http://www.xanten.de/de/unterk%C3%BCnfte/buchung-zimmer

We reserved 50 rooms in the hotels “Nibelungenhof” and “Hövelmann’s” in the centre of Xanten (double and single rooms). If you book there please be sure to refer to the RCRF-Congress (German Keyword: RCRF-Tagung).

Transport

It’s a short walk of 15 minutes from the centre of Xanten to the congress venue. Nevertheless, you have the opportunity to rent bicycles to get around in Xanten and its vicinity. For further information: http://www.niederrheinrad.de/.
In addition, 12 – 15 bicycles are available in the LVR-Archaeological Park for free.

Payment

Please transfer the conference fee of 220 € to one of the following accounts:

LVR-Archäologischer Park Xanten
Account No.: 60 061
Bank Code: 300 500 00 (Bank: Landesbank Hessen-Thüringen)
IBAN: DE 84 3005 0000 0000 060061
BIC: WELADEDD

or

LVR-Archäologischer Park Xanten
Account No.: 564 501
Bank Code: 370 100 50 (Bank: Postbank Niederlassung Köln)
IBAN: DE 95 3701 0050 0000 564501
BIC: PBNKDEFF370

As reason for payment please write: Deb.2000233989/RCRF.

All payments have to be made by the 31st May 2014. Any registration for which the fee has not been received by that date will automatically be cancelled. (If you know earlier that you will not be attending the congress, please let us know!)
If you want to cancel your registration after the fee has been paid, your fee may be refunded at the discretion of the organizer, except for transfer fees for foreign bank transfers.
Payments will be made according to the daily updated currency exchange rate.

Lectures

The number of lectures is limited due to the tight schedule. As the submitted lectures exceed the given limit, the organization team will have to ask some participants for a poster instead.
To follow the tight congress schedule we kindly ask you to not exceed the given time of 15 minutes for lecture and 5 minutes for the following discussion. The conference languages are English, French, German, Italian and Spanish. For a better understanding, we kindly request you to prepare PowerPoint presentations with short English captions or summaries.
Please check profile drawings and ceramics for good visibility. Profile drawings should be filled and ceramic illustrations should be enlarged.

Posters

All posters will be displayed throughout the congress. Multiple sessions will be scheduled giving the opportunity for participants to discuss the content with the poster authors. Authors are invited to send the poster data by email to the organization team for printing in advance (DIN A2 [42,0 x 59,4 cm], pdf, 300 dpi; printing in advance is for free). Please check profile drawings and ceramics for good visibility. Profile drawings should be filled and ceramic illustrations should be enlarged.
The deadline for poster submission is 15th July 2014.

If requested, authors may also print their poster at their own expense. In this case please be sure that the print meets the following conditions: DIN A2 (42,0 x 59,4 cm) and 300 dpi. We offer the opportunity to send your printed posters in advance for installation prior to the congress. Of course, you still may submit your printed posters on your arrival in Xanten.

Abstracts and Publication

A short summary of all lectures and posters will be compiled in the abstract booklet. All participants will receive a copy on their arrival.
The publication of papers in the Acta of the RCRF will take place according to the usual pattern (subject to peer review). Please note that in order to receive the Acta automatically for free it is necessary to be a member of the RCRF. As non-member you can order the Acta from the RCRF editor as well. Deadline for submission will be 31st December 2014 prospectively.

Post-Congress Tour

The post-congress tour will take place in Cologne. The conference fee does not include the post-congress tour! The fee and the programme for the post-congress tour will be announced in the 3rd Circular.

Visa

In case of needing an official confirmation of registration for your visa application, please do not hesitate to contact us.

If you have any questions please contact the conference organization team (RCRF-29.APX@lvr.de). Check the conference website (http://www.apx.lvr.de/english/archaeologicalpark/research/congressofrcrf.htm) for updates and further information.

Yours sincerely,
Congress Organization Team

 

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Third Circular

Dear Fautores, friends and colleagues,

all submissions have been reviewed by the convener and the organization team. A provisional list of all lectures and poster presentations is attached to this circular. As we stated in the Second Circular, we had to convert some papers into posters due to the tight schedule of the congress. We thank all participants for their understanding and willingness.
The final list of papers and posters will be announced by the 31st July 2014.

Below you find further information on the congress:

1    Provisional Scientific Program

Please check the titles of your submitted lectures and posters. If there are any discrepancies please contact the Organization Team immediately ().

Please be informed that each co-author who wishes to attend the congress must be registered and pay the congress fee. If you are not registered yet, send the filled registration form to the Organization Team as soon as possible (RCRF-29.APX@lvr.de).

2    Acta

Papers and posters presented at the Congress will be published in the Congress Acta and there will be no distinction between papers and posters.
Free copies of the Acta are restricted only to members of the RCRF association. As non-member you can order the Acta from the RCRF editor.

3    Grants

In March the RCRF council decided upon the grants for the congress. Those who have been granted a financial support were informed. For further information please contact Dr. Zabehlicky-Scheffenegger or the Organization Team (RCRF-29.APX@lvr.de).

4    Post-congress tour


The fee for the post-congress tour is 75€. The fee includes: transport from Xanten to Cologne and back (via Düsseldorf); lunch; all fees for guided tours and entries. Please notice that costs for accomodation are not included!
Please take care of your supplies for the rest of the day (beverages, food, etc.).

Deadline for binding registration is 31st May 2014.
Deadline for payment is 15th June 2014 (for post-congress tour fee and congress fee!).
Cancellations after the 31st May 2014 will be charged a fee for administrative expenses.

5    Payment details for post-congress tour

Please transfer the excursion fee of 75 € to one of the following accounts:
LVR-Archäologischer Park Xanten
Account No.: 60 061
Bank Code: 300 500 00 (Bank: Landesbank Hessen-Thüringen)
IBAN: DE 84 3005 0000 0000 060061
BIC: WELADEDD

LVR-Archäologischer Park Xanten
Account No.: 564 501
Bank Code: 370 100 50 (Bank: Postbank Niederlassung Köln)
IBAN: DE 95 3701 0050 0000 564501
BIC: PBNKDEFF370

As reason for payment please write: Deb.2000233989/RCRF.


If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact the Congress Secretary.
Check the congress website at
http://www.apx.lvr.de/archaeologischerpark/forschung/rcrftagung.htm for updates and information.

 

Yours sincerely,

Congress Organization Team


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Prelimary Programme

Sunday, 21st September 2014

18.00 h         Arrival and registration

18.30 h         Get-together an the LVR-RömerMuseum in the Archaeological Park Xanten


Monday, 22nd September 2014

09.00 h         Opening ceremony

Milena Karabaic, Head of the LVR-Department of Culture and Environment

Dr. Martin Müller, Head of the LVR-Archaeological Park Xanten

Dr. Bernd Liesen, LVR- Archaeological Park Xanten

Dr. Philip Kenrick, President of the RCRF

(In case of two or more authors the names are listed in alphabetical order)

Eastern provinces

10.00 h         Liz. phil. Thomas Hintermann, The Grey Ware with black gloss from Ephesos

10.20 h        Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mehmet Tekocak, Roman Fine Ware found in Kelenderis Agora Basilica Excavation

10.40 - 11.00 h       Coffee break

11.00 h        Asuman Lätzer-Lasar M.A., Roman Ceramics from Ainos, East Thrace (Turkey)

11.20 h        Dr. des. Erika Capelletto, New Acquisitions from the Hellenistic-Roman-Byzantine East Necropolis of Hierapolis in Phrygia
                     (Thanatos-Project – University of Oslo)

11.40 h        Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ertekin Doksanaltı, The Roman and Late Roman Pottery from the New Excavations in Knidos

12.00 – 13.00 h       Lunch break

13.00 h         Dr. Derya Erol, Agora of Smyrna Found Terra Sigillata and Late Roman Ware between 2000-2005

13.20 h         Dr. Denis Zhuravlev, Knidian Relief Ware in the Northern Pontic Area

13.40 h         Dr. Diana Dobreva, Tracing Networks in the Black Sea. The Case of the Sinopean wine

14.00 h         Anna Smokotina, Late Roman Amphorae from Tyritake

14.20 h         Mag. Veronika Sossau, Keramik aus dem spätantiken Workshop eines milesischen Wohnhauses

Africa

14.40 h         Dr. Lisa Peloschek – Laura Rembart, The Multiplicity of Aswan Pink Clay Pottery (Roman Times
                      to Late Antiquity). Synchronising Shape Repertoire, Clay Pastes and Firing Properties

15.00 h        Dr. Mohamed Kenawi, Amphorae Kilns in Western Marmarica – Libya Egyptian Amphora AE 3 in Transition

The Balkans and the Danube region

15. 20 h        Martin Auer M.A. – Dr. Malgorzata Daszkiewicz, Local and Imported Pottery in Municipium Claudium Aguntum
                     – A Discussion of Economic Spaces based on Archaeometric Analyses

15.40            Dr. Izida Berger-Pavić, Becher mit Karniesrand Hees 2/Stuart 2 und ihre Derivate aus der Zivilstadt
                      von Carnuntum, Pannonien. Importe aus den germanischen Provinzen und Gallia Belgica
                      und lokale/regionale Produkte

16.00 – 16.20 h       Coffee break

16.30 – 19.00 h       Guided tours through the LVR-RömerMuseum and the LVR-Archaeological Park Xanten


Tuesday, 23rd September 2014

The Balkans and the Danube region

09.00 h         Dr. Philip Bes, That’s the Limit! Patterning of African and Phocaean Red Slip Wares in Central Greece

09.20 h         Dr. Dénes Gabler, Rheinzaberner Sigillaten in Pannonien

09.40 h         Dr. Viorica Rusu-Bolindeţ, G(AIVS) I(VLIVS) PRO(CVLVS) FE(CIT). Epigraphic and Archaeological Data on the
                      Organization and Activity of Pottery Workshops in Roman Dacia

10.00 h         Dr. Tatjana Cvjeticanin, Margum Workshop: Military Production Revisited

10.20 – 10.40 h       Coffee break

10.40 h        Prof. Tadeusz Sarnowksi, Pastus militum Inschriften und Transportamphoren aus Novae (Untermoesien)

11.00 h        Prof. Eduard Krekovič, Mortaria in Graves

11.20 h        Dr. Eric de Sena, Antonine Pottery from Northwestern Dacia: Evidence from the Porolissum Forum Project

11.40 h        Dr. Klára Kuzmová, Evidence of Paullus Ware from Lezoux in the Middle Danube Region

12.00 – 13.00 h       Lunch break


13.00 h         Departure to Haltern

14.30 h         Welcome speech (LWL-Römermuseum Haltern)
                     Renate Wiechers (Deputy Director of the LWL-Römermuseum Haltern)

14.45 h         Guided Tour through the LWL-Römermuseum Haltern and the Archaeological Site

Wednesday, 24th September 2014

09.00 h        Dr. Mariana-Cristina Popescu, Beyond the Boundaries. First-century AD Roman Pottery Discovered in
                     the Dacian Settlement of Poiana (Galaţi County, Romania)

09.20 h        Dr. Adrian Ardeţ, Terra sigillata, from Germania Superior Ornamented with the Fight of Gladiators Discovered in Dacia

09.40 h        Dr. Ionuţ Bocan – Dr. Cătălina-Mihaela Neagu, Roman Lamps Discovered in the Fort at Micia (Veţel, Hunedoara County)
                     from the Romanian National History Museum Collections. Preliminary Considerations Concerning Stamped Lamps

10.00 h        Alexander Harizanov, A New Pottery Production Centre in the Roman Province of Thrace (II – III Century AD)

10.20 – 10.40 h       Coffee break

10.40 h        Dr. David Petruţ, Pottery and Military Life. A Preliminary Assessment of the Ceramic Assemblages from the
                     Barracks of the Auxiliary Fort from Buciumi (Dacia Porolissensis)

11.00 h        Piroska Hárshegyi, Supplying a Roman Auxiliary Fort on the Pannonian Limes: Amphorae on the Territory of Aquincum

11.20 h        Mag. archeol. Mirna Crnković – Prof. Slavica Filipović, Terra Sigillata Transpadana from Mursa (Osijek – Croatia)

11.40 h        Kristina Brkić BA/MA, Potters' Stamps on Plain Terra Sigillata from Mursa (Osijek, Croatia): the Role of the City
                     in Commercial Relationships between Pannonia and Other Provinces of the Empire

12.00 – 13.00 h       Lunch break


Raetia

13.00 h         Mag. Julia Kopf, Early South Gaulish Samian Ware from the Southwestern Settlement Area of Brigantium/Bregenz (Austria)

13.20 h         Dr. Karl Oberhofer, Stratifizierte Terra-Sigillata-Imitationen und engobierte Keramik einheimischer Form aus
                     Brigantium/Bregenz

13.40            Ferdinand Heimerl M.A., African Red Slip Ware, Cooking Wares and Lamps from Augusta Vindelicum/Augsburg

Gaul, Germany, Britain

14.00 h         Dr. Tünde Kaszab-Olschewski, The vicus Iuliacum and its Ceramic Production

14.20 h         Regula Ackermann – Pirmin Koch, Formschüsseln aus Kempraten (Gde. Rapperswil-Jona/CH)

14.40 h         Carmela Franco, Trade and Distribution of Sicilian wine. Flat-bottomed Amphorae in Northern Europe in Roman Period

15.00 h         Zsolt Bendő – Dr. Eszter Harsányi – Dr. István Sajó – Dr. György Szakmány, White Barbotine Decoration Analyses
                     of three Roman Pottery Groups

15.20 – 15.40 h       Coffee break

15.40 h        Dr. Sandrine Marquié, The Pottery from a Burned Shop During the 3rd c. AD in Metz (Place de la République, France)

16.00 h        Sascha Schmitz M.A., Scheldt-Valley Amphoren aus der Colonia Ulpia Traiana


16.30 – 19.00 h       Poster session and pottery display

19.30 h         Official reception of the Landschaftsverband Rheinland (LVR) in the LVR-RömerMuseum


Thursday, 25th September 2014

07.30 h         Departure to Nijmegen

09.00 h         Welcome Speech (Radboud University)
                     Prof. Eric Moormann, Holder of the Chair of Archaeology at Radboud University

Lectures at the Radboud University, Nijmegen


Gaul, Germany, Britain

09.10 h         Drs. Ryan Niemeijer, Pottery from the Large Augustan Fortress on the Hunerberg at Nijmegen

09.25 h         Horacio González Cesteros, The Arrival of Hispanic Amphorae to the Augustan Military Places in the Lippe Valley.
                      New Evidence from Oberaden, Haltern and Anreppen

09.45 h         Drs. Marenne Zandstra, Pottery as a Guide for the Presence of Non-mediterranean Troups in the Rhineland

10.00 h         Roderick Geerts M.A. – Dr. Fabienne Vilvorder, From Clay to Container. Roman Pottery Production
                      at the Beukenbergweg, Tongeren (Belgium)

10.20 – 10.40 h       Coffee break

10.40 h         Dr. Marinus Polak, Pottery Finds from the Canabae Legionis at Nijmegen

10.55 h         Drs. René Kloosterman, Nijmegen-Holdeurn Ware from the Canabae

11.10 h         Joep Hendricks, Pottery from Ulpia Noviomagus. The Maaspleïn Production Site

11.25 h         Drs. Julie van Kerckhove, A Characterization of the Pottery Production in Heerlen (Limburg, the Netherlands):
                      Fabric Analysis and Typo-chronology

11.45 h         Frederique Reigersman-van Lidth de Jeude, Pots for Past People. Burial Gifts in the Dutch Eastern River Area
                      (1st – 3rd Century AD)

12.05 – 13.05 h       Lunch break

13.05 h         Drs. Tineke Volkers, Die Terra Sigillata und ARS aus der Wurte von Ezinge, prov. Groningen

13.25 h         Dr. Bernd Liesen, Lowlands Ware from Xanten

13.40 h         Dr. Gerwulf Schneider, Chemical Data of Roman Pottery in Germania Inferior and Beyond

14.30 h         Welcome speech (Museum Het Valkhof Nijmegen)
                     Dr. Marijke Brouwer, Director of Museum Het Valkhof
                     Dr. Stephan Weiß-König, Conservator of the finds depot of the province of Gelderland

14.45 h         Guided Tour through Museum Het Valkhof, Nijmegen, and Museum Kam, Nijmegen


Friday, 26th September 2014

Iberian Peninsula

09.00 h         Prof. Dr. Marío Bernal-Casasola – Ricard Marlasca – Carmen G. Rodríguez-Santana – Blanca Ruiz-Zapata,
                      Maria J. Gil – Miguel Alba, Apua Gaditana at Emerita Augusta. Archaeoichthyological, Epigraphical and
                      Palynological Characterization of a Beltrán II B Amphorae Content


Italy

09.20 h         Dr. Michele Scalici, Amphoras from Vigna Marini Vitalini, Caere, Italy

09.40 h        Dr. Carla Corti, The Bowls Form Haltern 14 in North-Italic Terra Sigillata: Production and Circulation

10.00 h        Dr. Simonetta Menchelli – Giulia Picchi, Flat-bottom Amphoras: Their Origins and Success (Ist Century BC –
                     IInd Century AD)

10.20 – 10.40 h      Coffee break

10.40 h        Dr. Tiziano Cinaglia – Dr. Francesca Diosono, Light on the Water. Votive Deposits of Lamps in the Lake Nemi

11.00  h       Dr. Barbara Borgers, The Role of Minor Centres in the Economy of Roman Central Italy

11.20 h        Dr. Luana Toniolo, Una nuova officina di ceramica commune a Pompei (I,1,10): il sistema produttivo e il
                     repertorio tipologico

11.40 h         Foto Session

12.00 – 13.00 h       Lunch break

13.00 h        Dr. Matilde Carrara, 'Patinarum paludes' per la mensa di Augusto? Scarti di “Graue Platten” e relativa fornace
                     dalle officine ceramiche della Celsa (Roma)

13.20 h        Dr. Macarena Bustamante – Esperança Huguet – Jure Kra- jsek – Dr. Albert Ribera i Lacomba – Eleni Schindler- Kaudelka,
                     Terra sigillata de Pompeya. Los materials de la casa de Ariadna. De Augusto al 79dC

13.40 h        Dr. Manuela Mongardi, Instrumentum inscriptum a Mutina: le anfore dello scavo di Viale Reiter

14.00 h        Dr. Victor Martínez, Lusitanian and Spanish Fish Products in Rome: Evidence from the Palatine Hill in Rome

14.20 h        Prof. Xavier Deru – Dr. Armand Desbat – Grégory Mainet, Deux ensembles augustéens de la Schola du Trajan à Ostie

14.40 h        Ilaria Manzini PhD – Dr. Caterina Venditti, Roman Ceramics from Fabrateria Nova. New Research Perspectives
                     on the Relationships between the City and its Hinterland through the Analysis of Ceramic Assemblages

15.00 h        Lucia Formato M.A., Die Nordafrikanische Sigillata und Küchenkeramik aus den Castra Albana bei
                     Albano Laziale/Rom; DAI Kampagnen 2010 und 2012

15.20 – 15.40 h       Coffee break

15.40 h        Dr. Carlo de Mitri, The Lagynos Ware in the Western Mediterranean between Importations and Local Productions:
                     the Torre Santa Sabina Wreck (Brindisi, Italy)

16.00 h        Dr. Giovanni Boriello – Dr. Marco Giglio – Dr. Stefano Iavarone, Nuove evidenze sulla produzione di ceramica
                     d’età romana in area flegrea: uno scarico di fornace da Cuma (NA)

16.20 h        Dr. Girolamo de Simone – Dr. Caterina Martucci, Amphorae and Commercial Routes in Campania: New Evidence
                     from 5th Century AD Contexts

16.40 h        Dr. Christina Nervi, Africa/Ifrîqiya: Sardinian Assemblages of Vandal Period from Urban Excavations, Necropolis
                     and Surveys

17.00 h        Prof. Giuliana Cavalieri Manasse - Dr. Cristina Mondin, L’atelier ceramico di Piazza Arditi:
                     materiali e strutture da un quartiere artigianale di Verona romana


17.30 h       Closing conference 


18.00 – 19.00 h       Conference of the RCRF members


19.30 - 22.30 h        Closing dinner

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Saturday, 27th September 2014

Post-congress tour to Cologne

Preliminary programme

Departure from Xanten will be at about 7 am.
Arrival in Cologne is expected to be at 9 am. As the Museum opens at 10 am there will be time for a visit of the Cologne Cathedral (no guided tour).

At 10 am there will be a short welcoming at the Römisch-Germanisches Museum. Guided tours (in English, Italian and German) through the museum are planned.
The Römisch-Germanisches Museum of Cologne stands on the walls of a Roman villa in which the famous Dionysos mosaic was found. It accomodates exhibits of Roman and Early Medieval Cologne, amongst the reconstructed monumental Tomb of Poblicius and one of the world’s most important collections of Roman glass. In several floors the development of the capital of the province Germania inferior, Colonia Claudia Ara Agrippinensium, is shown.

A highlight is the special exhibition „14 AD“ for the 2000th anniversary of the death of Augustus. The entry fee for this exhibition is included in the tour fee, but there will be no guided tour. You are of course free to walk through the exhibition on your own.

The lunch break will be hosted in a typical Cologne brewery inn.

After the lunchbreak guided tours through the excavations below the Cathedral and the Praetorium are on our list (tours may be arranged in English and German).
The excavations below the Cathedral comprise the early beginnings of the Christian community in Cologne during the Late Roman times as well as the medieval predecessor buildings of the Gothic Cathedral.

The Praetorium, the Roman City Hall, was the seat of the province governor. The tour will lead to the monumental walls of the 4th c. AD and the Roman Sewer, which is accessible on a length of 150m.

Return to Xanten is approximately at 6 pm. The return can be arranged flexibly. The busses will definitely return to Xanten and a stop at Düsseldorf can be arranged for those who wish to return to their hometowns from the airport in Düsseldorf.
Of course you have also the opportunity to stay in Cologne and Düsseldorf, if you want to extend your stay there. To enable you to organize your stay more flexible, we kindly advice you to arrange your accomodation according to your plans.
Please understand that we can’t lower the fee for those who are not returning to Xanten as the expenses for the busses include both ways.

The following link leads to the tourist informations in Cologne and Düsseldorf, for those who are planning a longer stay there:

http://www.cologne-tourism.com/
http://www.duesseldorf-tourismus.de/en/tourist-information-offices/



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List of Posters

Eastern provinces

1 Dr. Charikleia Diamanti – Sophia Kalopissi-Verti – Maria Panayotidi-Kesisoglou –   Prof. Platon Petridis, The Red Slip Wares in Halasarna, Kos: The Relationship between the Fine Ware Imports and the Economic Wealth of a Late Roman Aegean Settlement

2 Dr. Bahadır Duman, African Red Slip Ware in Lydian Tripolis

3

Dr. Charikleia Diamanti, The Late Roman Amphoras Workshop of Paros Island in the Aegean Sea – Recent Results

4 Prof. Andrei Sazanov, The Chronology of Amphoras and Red Slip Wares from Northern Black Sea Coast Contexts of the Second Half of the 4th –   Beginning of the 5th Century AD

Africa

5 Dr. Cristina Mondin, Lamps from Kom al-Ahmar near Alexandria, Egypt


The Balkans and the Danube region

6 Prof. Piotr Dyczek, Amphorae from barracks of Legio VIII Augusta andLegio I Italica in Novae

7 Ludmila Kovalevskaya M.A., An Early Flavian Deposit of Amphorae from the Legionary Fortress at Novae (Lower Moesia)

8 Assoc. Prof. Gergana Kabakchieva, Die neuen Funde der importierten Terra Sigillata in Moesia

9 Dr. Dorel Bondoc, Roman Amphorae from Slaveni, Romania

10 Alexandra Nagy, Import and Imitation. Thin-walled Pottery with Barbotine Decoration in the Area of Aquincum

11 Dr. Balász Rikker – Péter Vámos, Archaeometrical Investigations on Ceramics from the Eastern Cemetery of the Aquincum Civil Town

12 Nikoletta Varga, Raetian Ware in Aquincum

13 Dr. Tino Leleković, Imports and local production in Pannonia during 2nd and 3rd century

14 Martin Auer M.A., Municipium Claudium Aguntum - Keramik als Indikator für die spätantike Sozialstruktur?

15 Dr. Rita Chinelli, Post-firing Perforation on Roman Pottery from the Civil-settlement of Vindobona

16 Dr. Lavinia Grumeza, Late Roman pottery discovered at Tibiscum (end of the 3rd – 4th century AD). Typology, chronology and contents

17 Dr. Brikena Shkodra-Rrugia, Late Antique Sigillata Tablewares in Albania


Iberian Peninsula


18 Dr. Macarena Bustamante Álvarez, Glazed Pottery in Augusta Emerita (Mérida, Spain)

19 Dr. Rui Roberto de Almeida – Dr. Carolina Grilo, Amphorae in Lusitania Hinterland: the Case Study of Pax Ivlia (Beja, Portugal)

20 Dr. Catarina Viegas, Terra sigillata from Mesas do Castelinho (Almodôvar - Portugal)


Italy, Cisalpine Gaul

21 Marek Palaczyk, Punische Amphoren aus Iaitas (Westsizilien) – eine typologische Betrachtung

22 Dr. Fulvio Coletti, Vasellame fine da mensa, dispensa e fuoco di età medio repubblicana a Roma: contesti ceramici da un impianto per la lavorazione della lana

23 Valentina Capradossi – Dr. Sofia Cingolani – Prof. Roberto Perna – Dr. Valeria Tubaldi – Dr. Ludovica Xavier de Silva, I contesti repubblicani della colonia di Urbs Salvia. L’area forense

24 Dr. Rosario Patané, “Ceramica centuripina” e terracotte teatrali. Per le credenze sull’aldilà nella Sicilia romana

25 Dr. Fabio Mocsa – Dr. Paola Puppo, The Influence of Hellenistic koiné in the Punic-Roman Sardinia during the Second Century BC

26 Dr. Silvia Cipriano, Uno skyphos in ceramica invetriata dal santuario di Reitia di Este

27 Valentina Degrassi – Alessandro Duiz – Dr. Paola Ventura, Contesti ceramici da Locavaz, Moschenizze, Villaggio del Pescatore «Casa Pahor» (territorio N-E di Aquileia): siti produttivi e d'abitato
28 Dr. Roby Stuani, La terra sigillata a Grumentum tra tarda repubblica e primo impero

29 Dr. Anna Gamberini – Dr. Sara Morsiani, La necropoli orientale della città romana di Suasa (Ancona, Italia): primi dati dallo studio dei corredi

30 Gabriella Gramegna – Mariangela Pignataro, A Ceramic Context from Egnazia (Fasano, Italy): the Area to the East of the Baths

31 Dr. Marzia Giuliodori – Dr. Valeria Tubaldi, Urbs Salvia: un contesto ceramico di età augustea dalla fronte del Tempio della dea Salus tra la fine della Repubblica e l’età tiberiana

32 Dr. Illuminata Faga, Vasellame a pareti sottili da un contesto augusteo di Puteoli

33 Dr. Sofia Cingolani – Prof. Roberto Perna – Dr. Valeria Tubaldi, Urbs Salvia. Lo scavo della Porta Nord tra area urbana e periurbana

34 Dr. Giusy Castelli, Stamps on Italian Sigillata Pottery from Julio-Claudian Contexts from Villa Medici (Rome, Pincio)

35 Dr. Viviana Cardarelli, Sigillata italica dai contesti giulio-claudio di Villa Medici (Roma). Forme, tipi, decorazioni

36 Dr. Stefania Mazzocchin, Anfore e ceramica: nuovi dati da un particolare contesto romano a Vicenza (Italia)

37 Prof. Archer Martin, Fine Wares at Pompeii

38 Dr. Elisa Panero – Dr. Giuseppina Spagnolo, A production for domestic worship? Romanization and cultural identity in the common ware with decoration in relief between Novara and Vercelli

39 Dr. Lilia Palmieri, Preliminary Remarks on Production and Distribution of Terra Sigillata Excisa in Northern Italy. New Data from Recent Excavations at Calvatone-Bedriacum

40 Dr. Silvia Cipriano, Aegean ware dal sito dell’antica Altino

41 Dr. Diana Dobreva – Anna Riccato, Aegean, Levantine and Illyrian Cooking Ware from Northern Adriatic: Distribution Patterns
42 Dr. Gloria Bolzoni– Dr. Manuela Catarsi, The Roman Imperial Phases of the Farmhouse of Via Budellundo, Italy

43 Dr. Fabiana Fabbri, Contenitori da trasporto di ridotte dimensioni dalle aree pistoiese e pratese. Contributo alla storia del commercio dell’Etruria settentrionale di età romana

44 Vincenzo Castaldo, Late Antique Clay Lamps from Campania: the Evidence from a Site on the North Slope of Mt. Vesuvius


Raetia, Gaul, Germany and Britain

45 Dr. Allard Mees, Research Analysis Samian Distribution

46 Dr. Tim Clerbaut, Ceramic Building Materials in the Roman North, the example of the CAVTI-production

47

Dr. David Bird, Ashtead Common, Surrey, England: Roman Tileworks

48 Dr. Christiane de Micheli Schulthess, Roman Vessels as Grave-Goods in Canton Ticino (Switzerland)

49 Lic. phil. Ines Winet, Die dendrodatierten Horizonte (1. Hälfte 3. Jh. n. Chr.) von Cham-Hagendorn (Kanton Zug, Schweiz)

50 Dr. Barbara Borgers, Pottery workshops at Fanum Martis (Valenciennes, north of France): analysis of pottery production tech- niques, choices and consumption

51 Dr. Francesca Diosono, Funerary and Votive Deposits along the Via Domitia at Colombiers (Hérault, France)

52 Alice Hanotte, Lampes à huile gallo-romaines du nord de la Gaule en contexte archéologique: les luminaires de la domus de Bavay «Rue des Remparts» et de la villa de Bailleul «ZAC des Collines»

53 Dr. Gloria Bolzoni – Dr. Jean-Paul Petit, A Middle-Roman Context form the Public Center of Bliesbruck, Sarreguemines, Department de la Moselle, France

54 Ester van der Linden, The Pottery of the Fortress and Vicus of Ockenburgh (The Hague, NL)

55 Dr. Verena Jauch, Kochgeschirr von At(t)ilius

56 Sascha Schmitz M.A., Scheldt-Valley Amphoren aus der Colonia Ulpia Traiana

57 Dr. Malgorzata Daszkiewicz – Dr. Gerwulf Schneider, Application of portable energy-dispersive X-Ray fluorescence to the analysis of Roman pottery

58 Thomas Delbey, Archaeometrical identification and characterization of local imitations of Argonne red slipped ware in the Diocese of Gaul during the late Antiquity

(In case of two or more authors the names are listed in alphabetical order)


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List of the Participants of the Congress

Surname

Name

Institution

Ackermann

Regula

Kantonsarchäologie St. Gallen

Agricola

Clarissa

Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main

Ardeţ

Adrian

Museum of Ethnography and Border Regiment Caransebeş

Auer

Martin

Institut für Archäologien, University of Innsbruck

Berger-Pavić

Izida

 

Bernal-Casasola

Darío

University of Cádiz

Bes

Philip

 

Biegert

Susanne

 

Bird

Joanna

 

Bird

David

 

Bocan

Ionuţ

Romanian National History Museum

Bondoc

Dorel

The Museum of Oltenia, Craiova

Bolzoni

Gloria

DISPUTER, University of Chieti-Pescara

Borgers

Barbara

University of Groningen

Borriello

Giovanni

Università degli Studi di Napoli l’Orientale

Bridger

Clive

 

Brkić

Kristina

 

Brulet

Raymond

Université catholique de Louvain

Bustamante Álvarez

Macarena

Instituto de Arqueología de Mérida

Caminneci

Valentina

Soprintendenza BB.CC.AA. Agrigento

Cappelletto

Erika

University of Heidelberg

Cardarelli

Viviana

La Sapienza – Università di Roma

Carrara

Matilde

Collaboratrice Soprintendenza Speciale per i Beni Archeologici di Roma

Castaldo

Vincenzo

Università degli Studi Suor Orsola Benincasa

Castelli

Giusy

Università di Bologna

Chinelli

Rita

Stadtarchäologie Wien

Cinaglia

Tiziano

Università di Perugia

Cipriano

Silvia

Museo della Centuriazione Romana – Borgoricco

Clerbaut

Tim

Ghent University

Coletti

Fulvio

Soprintendenza Speciale per i Beni Archeologici di Roma

Corti

Carla

 

Crnković

Mirna

 

Cvjeticanin

Tatjana

National Museum in Belgrad

Daszkiewicz

Malgorzata

Freie Universität Berlin, Exzellenzcluster Topoi

deClercq

Wim

 

Delbey

Thomas

University de Paris Ouest Nanterre

de Micheli Schulthess

Christiane

Associazione Ricerche Archeologiche del Mendrisiotto (ARAM)

de Mitri

Carlo

 

de Sena

Eric

American Research Center in Sofia

de Simone

Girolamo

University of Oxford

Deru

Xavier

Univesrité de Lille

Desbat

Armand

CNRS

Diamanti

Charikleia

Ministry of Culture, 2nd Ephorate of Byzantine Antiquities

Diosono

Francesca

Humbolt-Forschungsstipendium für erfahrene Wissenschaftler LMU München

Dobreva

Diana

Department of Cultural Heritage – University of Padua

Doksanaltı

Ertekin

Department of Archaeology – Selçuk University

Duman

Bahadır

Pamukkale University

Dyczek

Piotr

Ośrodek Badańnad Antykiem Europy Południowo-Wschodniej – University of Warsaw

Erol

Derya

Dokuz Eylül University Izmir

Fabbri

Fabiana

Collaborator of Soprintendenza ai Beni Archeologici della Toscna

Faber

Andrea

LVR-Archäologischer Park Xanten

Faga

Illuminata

 

Federico

Raffaella

 

Filipović

Slavica

Museum of Slavonia

Formato

Lucia

Ludwigs-Maximilians-Universität München

Franco

Carmela

Wolfson College Oxford

Gabler

Dénes

Archäolisches Institut der Ungarischen Akademie der Wissenschaften

Geerts

Roderick

ADC ArcheoProjecten

Giglio

Marco

Università degli Studi di Napoli l’Orientale

González Cesteros

Horacio

Österreichisches Archäologisches Institut

Gramegna

Gabriella

Scuola di Specializzazione in Beni Archeologici – Università degli Studi della Basilicata

Grumeza

Lavinia

County Museum of Ethnography and Border Regiment, Romania

Giuliodori

Marzia

Dipartimento scienze umanistiche – Università di Macerata

Hahn

Thomas

Universität Frankfurt am Main

Hanotte

Alice

Service d’archéologie préventive de la communauté d’agglomération du Douaisis (CAD DAP)

Harizanov

Aleksandar

University of Sofia St. Kliment Ohridski

Harnecker

Joachim

LVR-Archäologischer Park Xanten

Harsányi

Eszter

Landesamt für Denkmalpflege Baden-Württemberg

Hárshegyi

Piroska

Budapest History Museum – Aquincum Museum

Hasenbach

Verena

 

Heger

Norbert

 

Heger

Helga

 

Heimerl

Ferdinand

Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München

Hendriks

Joep

 

Hilke

Marianne

LVR-Archäologischer Park Xanten

Hintermann

Thomas

University of Zurich

Hüdepohl

Sophie

Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München

Iavarone

Stefano

Università degli Studi di Napoli l’Orientale

Ideli

Andrea

Institut für Klassische Archäologie Universität Heidelberg

Jäger

Johanna

LVR-Archäologischer Park Xanten

Jaschke

Kathrin

LVR-Archäologischer Park Xanten

Jauch

Verena

Amt für Raumentwicklung, Abteilung Archäologie und Denkmalpflege

Kabakchieva

Gergana

Archäologisches Institut, Sofia

Kaszab-Olschewski

Tünde

Archäologisches Institut, Universität zu Köln

Kenawi

Mohamed

Alexandria Center for Hellenistic Studies, Bibliotheca Alexandrina, University of Alexandria

Kenrick

Philip

 

Kloosterman

René

Radboud University Nijmegen, Auxilia

Koch

Pirmin

Kantonsarchäologie St. Gallen

Kopf

Julia

Institut für Archäologien – Universität Innsbruck

Koseva

Kristina

NIAM-BAS

Kovalevskaya

Ludmila

National Preserve Chersones Tavričeskij, Sevastopol

Krajsek

Jure

Celje Regional Museum

Krekovič

Eduard

Comenius University

Kuzmová

Klára

Trnava University

L’Heureux

Luc

Université Laval

Lambrakis

Anastasios

University of Athens

Lätzer-Lasar

Asuman

Center for Advanced Studies Morphomata, Universität zu Köln

Lauinger

Silke

LVR-Archäologischer Park Xanten

Lecluse

Loes

Lecluse & Varma

Leih

Sabine

LVR-Archäologischer Park Xanten

Leleković

Tino

Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts

Liesen

Bernd

LVR-Archäologischer Park Xanten

Lippok

Femke

Leiden University

Lyne

Malcolm

 

Manzini

Ilaria

Università di Roma

Marquié

Sandrine

Pôle Archéologie Préventive de Metz Métropole

Martell

Ingo

LVR-Archäologischer Park Xanten

Martin

Archer

 

Martínez

Victor

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Martucci

Caterina

Seconda Università degli Studi di Napoli

Maselli Scotti

Franca

 

Mazzocchin

Stefania

Università degli Studi di Padova

Mees

Allard

Römisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum Mainz

Melko

Nadja

Historisches Seminar – Universität Zürich

Menchelli

Simonetta

Università de Pisa

Meyer-Freuler

Christine

Kantonsarchäologie Kanton Aargau

Mosca

Fabio

 

Mondin

Cristina

Soprintendenza Archeologica del Veneto

Mongardi

Manuela

Università di Bologna

Müller

Martin

LVR-Archäologischer Park Xanten

Nagy

Alexandra

Budapest History Museum – Aquincum Museum

Neagu

Cătălina-Mihaela

Romanian National History Museum

Nervi

Cristina

Università di Genova

Niemeijer

Ryan

Radboud University Nijmegen – Auxilia

Oberhofer

Karl

Institut für Archäologien, Universität Innsbruck

Palaczyk

Marek

Institut für Archäologien, Universität Zürich

Palmieri

Lilia

Università degli Studi di Milano

Panero

Elisa

Soprintendenza per i Beni Archeologici del Piemonte e del Museo Antichità Egizie

Patané

Rosario

Museo Regionale Interdisciplinare di Enna

Peloschek

Lisa

Österreichisches Archäologisches Institut

Perna

Roberto

Università degli Studi di Macerata

Petridis

Platon

National and Kapodistrian University of Athens

Petruţ

David

Mureş County Museum

Piccardi

Eliana

Università di Genova, Université d’Aix Marseille

Picchi

Giulia

Soprintendenza per i Beni Archeologici della Toscana

Pignataro

Mariangela

Scuola di Specializzazione in Beni Archeologici – Università degli Studi della Basilicata

Polak

Marinus

Radboud University Nijmegen – Auxilia

Popescu

Mariana-Cristina

National History Museum of Transsylvania

Potthoff

Tanja

LVR-Archäologischer Park Xanten

Puppo

Paola

 

Reigersman-van Lidth de Jeude

Frederique

ADC ArcheoProjecten

Rembart

Laura

Österreichisches Archäologisches Institut

Reutti

Fridolin

Terra-Sigillata-Museum Rheinzabern

Ribera i Lacomba

Albert

Servicio de Investigación Arqueológica Municipal

Riccato

Anna

Department of Cultural Heritage – Università di Padova

Rikker

Balász

Budapest History Museum – Aquincum Museum

Rosati

Paolo

Università degli Studi de l’Aquila

Rudnick

Bernhard

LVR-Archäologischer Park Xanten

Rusu-Bolindeţ

Viorica

National History Museum of Transsylvania

Sandrini

Giovanna

 

Sarnowski

Tadeusz

University of Warsaw

Sazanov

Andrei

Moscow State University

Scalici

Michele

Caere-Project – Università di Bologna

Schießl

Johannes

Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München

Schmid

Debora

Römerstadt Augusta Raurica

Schmidhuber-Aspöck

Gabriele

LVR-Archäologischer Park Xanten

Schmitz

Sascha

Universität Trier

Schneider

Gerwulf

Freie Universität Berlin, Exzellenzcluster Topoi

Schreiter

Charlotte

LVR-Archäologischer Park Xanten

Shkodra-Rrugia

Brikena

Qendra e Studimeve Albanologjike, Instituti i Arkeologjise Tirane

Smokotina

Anna

Institute of Oriental Studies of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Crimean Branch

Sossau

Veronika

Institut für Archäologien – Universität Innsbruck

Tekocak

Mehmet

Selçuk University

Thasing

Sophie

University of Groningen

Thijssen

Jan

 

Tomasevic Buck

Teodora

Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg

Toniolo

Luana

 

Tremmel

Bettina

Universität Münster

Tubaldi

Valeria

Soprintendenza per i Beni Archeologici delle Marche – Ancona

Tyers

Paul

 

Vámos

Péter

Budapest History Museum – Aquincum Museum

van der Linden

Ester

ArcheoFocus

van Kerckhove

Julie

VU University

Varga

Nikoletta

Budapest History Museum – Aquincum Museum

Vaz Pinto

Inês

CEAACP – Troiaresort

Venditti

Caterina

Ministero dei Beni e delle Attività culturali e del Tursimo

Ventura

Paola

Soprintendenza per i Beni Archeologici del Friuli Venezia Giulia

Viegas

Catarina

UNIARQ – University of Lisbon

Visser

Dirk

Ruud van Beekstichting – University of Leiden

Volkers

Tineke

Provincie Friesland, Noordelijk Archeologisch Depot

Willems

Sonja

Institute nationale de recherches archéologiques préventives

Winet

Ines

Kantonsarchäologie Zürich

Zabehlicky

Heinrich

 

Zabehlicky-Scheffenegger

Susanne

 

Zandstra

Marenne

Radboud Univeristy Nijmegen – Auxilia

Zhuravlev

Denis

State Historical Museum Moscow

Zieling

Norbert

LVR-Archäologischer Park Xanten

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Participants of the Post-congress-tour to Cologne

Ardeţ

Adrian

Bernal-Casasola

Darío

Bird

David

Bird

Joanna

Brkić

Kristina

Chinelli

Rita

Diamanti

Charikleia

Fabbri

Fabiana

Geerts

Roderick

Grumeza

Lavinia

Giuliodori

Marzia

Hárshegyi

Piroska

Lambrakis

Anastasios

Lyne

Malcolm

Mondin

Cristina

Nagy

Alexandra

Patané

Rosario

Rikker

Balász

Rusu-Bolindeţ

Viorica

Varga

Nikoletta


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