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|Sunday, September 23rd, Cluj-Napoca
Academic College, Mihail Kogălniceanu st., no. 5
|17:00||Guest arrival and official registration|
|18:00-20:00||Get-together, welcome session|
|Monday, September 24th, Cluj-Napoca
“Jean Monnet” Hall of the Faculty of European Studies of Babeș-Bolyai University,
Em. De Martonne st.
|8:00-9:00||Official registration of the participants.|
|9:00-10:00||Congress Opening Ceremony
Prof. univ. dr. Ioan Bolovan, Vicerector of the Babeș-Bolyai University
PhD Felix-Florin Marcu, Manager of the National Museum of the Transylvanian History, Cluj-Napoca
Professor dr. habil. Coriolan Horațiu Opreanu, Deputy Director of the Institute of Archaeology and Art History of the Romanian Academy, Cluj-Napoca
PhD Tatjana Cvjetićanin, President of the International Association Rei Cretariae Romanae Fautores
Professor univ. dr. Mihai Bărbulescu, Introduction
Roman pottery from Potaissa. The impact of fine ware on local production at the end of the 2nd century and the first half of the 3rd century AD at castra legionis V Macedonicae.
|“Nicolae Iorga” Amphitheatre, Faculty of History and Philosophy, main building of the Babeș-Bolyai University, Mihail Kogălniceau st., no. 1
Poster display – main corridors
Making Roman pottery before Roman conquest. Pottery produced in the Geto-Dacian settlements after Roman models in the 1st century AD.
|11:20-11:40||Cătălin Cristescu, Gabriel Andreica
Our pots, their capital. Roman cooking wares discovered at Sarmizegetusa Regia.
|11:40-12:00||Lucian-Mircea Mureșan, Ioana Mureșan
Legal aspects concerning pottery production in provincial territory – a study of ancient sources.
The supply of terra sigillata in Roman Dacia: an overview of imports and local production.
Terra sigillata in the rural environment of Dacia.
|12:40-13:00||Mircea Negru, Dan Batalu, Petre Badica
Kaolin ware discovered at Romula.
|14:20-16:00||Lectures: Dacia and Lower Moesia|
|14:20-14:40||Ionuț Bocan, Mihaela-Cătălina Neagu
The local production of lamps in Alburnus Maior: workshops or local branches?
The fine pottery production in Moesia – between the influence of the West and East terra sigillata.
Terra sigillata and red slip wares from vicus Ulmetum.
|15:20-15:40||Florin-Ovidiu Botiș, Irina Achim
Eastern Sigillata at Histria. The distribution in the local contexts.
|15:40-16:00||Ioan Carol Opriș
African Red Slip Wares coming to the province of Scythia. A gazetteer of sites and forms.
|16:20-19:00||Lectures: Lower Moesia, Pannonia and Eastern Provinces|
|16:20-16:40||Andrei Opaiț, Alexandru Barnea, Bianca Elena Grigoraș, Ioana Potra
Supplying with wine, olive oil and fish products the Lower Danube frontier.
A case study: Dinogetia.
Rural ceramic workshops in Roman Thrace (second half of the 1st – end of
the 3rd c. AD).
|17:00-17:20||Piroska Magyar-Hárshegyi, Dénes Gabler
Household of the Roman urban elite in Aquincum (Folyamőr str., Budapest). Imported and local pottery.
Terra sigillata from Pantikapaion.
Provenance matters: foreign tableware in the necropolis of Rhodes Town, Greece
|18:00-18:20||Ertekin M. Doksanalti
The Roman and Late Roman ceramic from the Heroon of Harbor street at Knidos
Roman Red Slip Wares in Stratonikeia excavations (Caria-Turkey).
The economic life at Roman Ephesos. Pottery production, consumption, interaction and trade.
|20:00||Reception offered by the Faculty of History and Philosophy, Babeș-Bolyai University.|
|Tuesday, September 25th, Visit to Zalău and Porolissum|
|7:30||Departure from Cluj to Zalău from the main building of the Babeș-Bolyai University|
Tiberiu Marc, President of Sălaj County
PhD Corina Bejenariu, Manager of the County Museum of History and Art of Zalău
|9:20-10:40||Lectures: Eastern Provinces|
|9:20-9:40||Charikleia Diamanti, Yannos Kourayos, Anastasios Lamprakis
Late Roman pottery from the excavations of the Archaic sanctuary complex of Apollo in Despotiko Island, Cyclades – Preliminary results.
Roman pottery from Pella.
|10:00-10:20||Ayșe Fatma Erol, Deniz Tamer
Local and imported amphorae from Fatsa / Cingirt Kayasi Excavations from the Southern Black Sea Region dating from Hellenistic to Early Byzantine Period.
Late Roman and Early Byzantine fine pottery from Pompeiopolis in Paphlagonia: from the long distance trade to the local market.
|11:00-13:00||Guided tour of the County Museum of History and Art at Zalău, including a pottery display (several groups).|
|14:30-15:00||Departure from Zalău to Porolissum.|
|15:00-18:30||Guided tour of the ancient site at Porolissum.|
|18:30-20:00||Dinner offered by the County Museum of History and Art and by the Sălaj County Council.|
|21:00||Arrival in Cluj-Napoca.|
|Wednesday, September 26th, Cluj-Napoca
“Nicolae Iorga” Amphitheatre, Faculty of History and Philosophy, Babeș-Bolyai University
|9:00-10:40||Lectures: Eastern Provinces, Noricum and Lower Germany|
What is imported pottery at Horvat Kur (Galilee, Israel)?
Pottery imports and their influence on regional productions in Aguntum, Noricum.
Colour-coded for your convenience. Skeuomorphism in Roman pottery production in Germania Inferior.
Terra sigillata finds from the elevated settlements (terps) in the northern part of the Netherlands.
Social aspects in the usage of terra sigillata.
|11:00-13:00||Lectures: Britannia and Italy|
Imported pottery and economic connections at Tintagel, Cornwall.
|11:20-11:40||Carlo De Mitri
Import-export in the Ionian-Adriatic area in the Late Hellenistic Period: the evidence of pottery.
Marketing Roman pottery along the Tyrrhenian coast: the case studies of Vada Volaterrana, Pisae and Luna.
Sicilian amphorae in Aquileia: pattering Tyrrhenian ceramic exchange in northern Adriatic region (UD, Italy)
|12:20-12:40||Girolamo Ferdinando De Simone
Integrating oversea imports with sub-regional economic clusters: a view from Campania.
Local production and overseas trade: exposing economic relationships in the Pontine Region during the Roman period.
|17:20-17:30||Departure to the National Museum of Transylvanian History, Constantin Daicoviciu st., no. 2.|
|17:30-19:30||Opening of the National Exhibition “The supply of ceramic goods in Dacia and Lower Moesia: imports and local developments” at the headquarters of the National Museum of Transylvanian History, with a pottery display from the main ceramic production centres of the provinces.|
|20:00||Reception offered by the National Museum of Transylvanian History.|
|Thursday, September 27th, Alba Iulia
The “1 Decembrie 1918” University and The National Museum of Unification
|7:30||Departure from Cluj-Napoca to Alba Iulia from the main building of the Babeș-Bolyai University|
|9:30-10:00||Welcome speeches (A9 amphitheatre of the “1 Decembrie 1918” University)
Associate Professor dr. Cipriana Andreea Muntean, Vicerector of the “1 Decembrie 1918” University
Professor dr. Mihai Gligor, Head of the Doctoral School of the “1 Decembrie 1918” University
Mensa Suburbana: nuovi dati sulle produzioni bollate in sigillata italica da uno scarico di epoca augusteo-tiberiana di Roma.
Sigillata e ceramica a pareti sottili nel territorio di Metaponto: produzioni regionali e importazioni.
Fine wares, African cooking ware and lamps from the Middle Imperial contexts of the ‘Terme di Elagabalo’ in Rome: deposition roles, productions, and origins
|11:20-13:00||Lectures: Iberian Peninsula|
|11:20-11:40||Albert Ribera i Lacomba
Entre Italia e Hispania. La ceramica de barniz negro de Cales en el siglo II a. C
|11:40-12:00||Begoña Serrano-Arnáez, Oscar Bonilla-Santander, Ángel Santos-Horneros
Contexts of the Roman Republican era in Bursau, an oppidum of the Hispania Citerior.
|13:30-18:00||Visit to the National Museum of Unification, with pottery display; visit to the Principia Museum of the 13th Gemina legion, the “Three fortifications tour”, the interior of the Vauban citadel (Alba Carolina), visit to the Roman Catholic and Orthodox Cathedrals and to the “Museikon” Museum.|
|19:30||Departure to Cluj-Napoca|
|Friday, September 28th Cluj-Napoca
“Nicolae Iorga” Amphitheatre, Faculty of History and Philosophy, main building of the Babeș-Bolyai University, Mihail Kogălniceanu st., no 1
|9:00-10:40||Lectures: Italy and Iberian Peninsula|
Pro itu et pro reditu: the pottery offered in the sanctuaries along the mountain passes.
|9:20-9:40||Sónia Bombico, Cristina Nervi
Tra rotte, relitti e porti: il ruolo delle isole del Mediterraneo Occidentale nel commercio di prodotti da salagione lusitani nella Tarda Antichità.
|9:40-10:00||Maria Conceição Lopes, Rui Roberto de Almeida, Inês Vaz Pinto
Regional and imported pottery in early Roman assemblages of the Colony of Pax Iulia (Lusitania, Portugal).
|10:00-10:20||Adolfo Fernández Fernández, Pedro Carvalho, José Cristóvao, Patricia Dias, Ricardo Costeira
Importación y artesanato local en el interior de la provincial Lusitania (s. I – V d. C.). El ejemplo de Idanha-a-Velha (Portugal).
|10:20-10:40||Jeronima Riutort Riera
Late Roman cooking wares in North-West Mediterranean: from African import to local production.
|11:00-13:00||Lectures: Iberian Peninsula, Egypt and North Africa|
|11:00-11:20||Cristina Mondin, Mohamed Kenawi, Maria Lucia Patanè
Kom Wasit (Egitto): dall’epoca ellenistica al tardo romano.
|11:20-11:40||Laura Rembart, Lisa Peloschek, Denise Katzjäger
Trade and production in Upper Egypt. The ceramic production center in the Aswan Region and its distribution.
Material from the Roman town of Syene (modern Aswan in Upper Egypt). The integration of the town into the trading networks of the Roman Empire.
Les dépotoirs de céramiques de Thelepte (Tunisie): productions locales et produits importés.
|12:20-12:40||Darío Bernal-Casasola, Jose Juan Díaz, Macarena Bustamante Álvarez, Jose Ángel Expósito, Javier Verdugo, Maria de los Ángeles Pascual, Macarena Lara, Jose Manuel Vargas, Ángeles Castellanos, Manuel Parodi, Jose Alberto Retamosa, Jose Luis Portillo, Mustapha Ghottes, Tarek Moujoud
Imported and Mauretanian amphorae from Tamuda (northern Morocco): an exceptional Sertorian context from the Eastern Quarter (2016).
|15:00-16:00||Lectures: Interdisciplinary researches and Eastern Provinces|
|15:00-15:20||Malgorzata Daszkiewicz, Marcin Baranowski
Possibilities of using Reflectance Transformation Imaging for studying ceramic technology and alteration processes affecting pottery
|15:20-15:40||Gerwulf Schneider, Malgorzata Daszkiewicz
Chemical analyses of Hellenistic to Roman table wares in the Eastern Roman provinces: results and open questions.
|15:40-16:00||Mantha Zarmakoupi, Magda Athanasoula
The Delos Underwater Survey Project (2014-2016): The Fourni shipwreck.
|17:00-17:30||Closing conference (Aula Magna hall of the Babeș-Bolyai University).|
|17:30-18:30||General meeting of the RCRF members (Aula Magna hall of the Babeș-Bolyai University).|
|19:00||Festive Congress closing dinner|
Post-congress excursions, September 29th-30th 2018
|Saturday, September 29th, Visit to Ulpia Traiana Sarmizegetusa and to the Hunyadi Castle, Hunedoara|
|7:30||Departure from Cluj-Napoca to Ulpia Traiana Sarmizegetusa from the main building of the Babeș-Bolyai University.|
|11:00-13:30||Visit of the archaeological site at Ulpia Traiana Sarmizegetusa and the site Museum, with a pottery display.|
|13:30-15:00||Lunch (Sarmis Guesthouse, Sarmizegetusa).|
|15:00-16:00||Departure to Hunyadi Castle, Hunedoara|
|16:00-18:30||Guided tour of the Hunyadi Castle.|
|18:30||Departure to Cluj-Napoca|
|Sunday, September 30th, Visit to Potaissa/ Turda
|8:00||Departure from Cluj-Napoca to Turda from the main building of the Babeș-Bolyai University.|
|9:00-10:30||Visit to the fortress of the 5th Macedonica legion at Potaissa / Turda.|
|11:00-11:30||Coffee break at the Turda History Museum.|
|11:30-13:00||Visit of the Turda History Museum, with thematic posters and a pottery display.|
|13:00-14:00||Brunch at the Museum.|
|14:00-16:00||Visit of Turda Salt Mine (several groups).|
|16:00||Departure to Cluj-Napoca.|