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“Textiles and Dyes in the Mediterranean Economy and Society”, VI PURPUREAE VESTES International Symp



FECHA/DATE/DATA: 17-18-19-20/10/2016


LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Università degli Studi di Padova (Padova, Italy)

ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Maria Stella Busana (Università degli Studi di Padova) ; Margarita Gleba (University of Cambridge) ; Francesco Meo (Università degli Studi del Salento) ; Giovanna Gambacurta (Polo Museale del Veneto) ; Mariolina Gamba (Polo Museale del Veneto)

INFO: web - mariastella.busana@unipd.it ; mg704@cam.ac.uk ; francesco.meo@unisalento.it

INSCRIPCIÓN/REGISTRATION/REGISTRAZIONE:


PROGRAMA/PROGRAM/PROGRAMMA:


Monday 17 October Padova, Orto Botanico, Sala Convegni Via Orto Botanico 15


14.30-15.00

Welcome, Jacopo Bonetto (Head Dept. Cultural Heritage, University of Padua) Introduction, Maria Stella Busana


Chair: Margarita Gleba

15.00-16.15


J. Cutler: Tools, tablets and textiles: interweaving strands of evidence for Bronze Age textile economies on Crete


M. Siennicka, A. Ulanowska: The economics of textiles in Bronze Age Greece


C. Minniti, G. Recchia: New evidence of purple dye production from the Bronze Age settlement of Coppa Nevigata (Apulia, Italy)


E. Bianchin Citton: Strumenti per la filatura e la tessitura dall’abitato protostorico di Montagnana Borgo S. Zeno/Spinning and weaving tools from the protohistoric settlement of Montagnana Borgo S. Zeno (Veneto, Italy)


J. De Grossi Mazzorin, C. Minniti: Caprine varieties in Italy in the Iron Age. The evidence from archeozoological data


DISCUSSION - COFFEE BREAK


17.00-18.15


H. Landenius Enegren: Ancient Cyprus: Bronze Age/Iron Age textile remnants and tools. A strategic crossroads of spinning and weaving cultures?


I. Benda-Weber: Early Greek garments: indications for weaving techniques and textile ornaments on representations and evidence of contemporary textile remains


C. Margariti: A 5th century BC textile find with evidence of embroidery from Attica, Greece


S. Spanditaki: Investigating maritime textiles in Classical Greece: sails and rigging of the Athenian fleet


M.D. Kechagias: Spinning the lifeless thread of Thanatos: funerary textiles and burial rituals from Macedonia, Greece


DISCUSSION


Tuesday 18 October

Chair: Massimo Vidale

9.00-10.00


M. Gleba, J. Cutler, B. Marin Aguilera, S. Harris: Production and Consumption: Textile Economy and Urbanisation in Mediterranean Europe 1000-500 BCE


B. Costa, C. Alfaro: Spinning, weaving and vestimenta at the necropolis of Puig des Molins, Ibiza (Spain)


B. Marín-Aguilera: Producing purple on the other side of the Mediterranean: raw material procurement and relations between local people and Phoenician settlers in the Early Iron Age Southern Iberia


K. Caulfield: The hand-held distaff also known as the underestimated stick


DISCUSSION – COFFEE BREAK


10.45-12.00


F. Meo: Textile production in Magna Graecia


F. Mermati: Versabat pollice fusum. Manufatti relativi alla produzione tessile nelle sepolture femminili di età orientalizzante dalla Piana del Sarno/ Versabat pollice fusum. Artefacts related to textile production in Orientalising female burials from Piana del Sarno, Italy


A. Quercia: Weaving in the archaic societies of South Italy (6th-first half of the 5th century BC): two key studies


M. Kleibrink: From labyrinths to swastikas: an iconography of the Timpone della Motta (Italy) loom weights


M. Corrente, M.C. Laurenti: A well-warped fabric: the case of Herdonian women (Ordona, Italy)


DISCUSSION


13.00: LUNCH


Chair: Giovanna Gambacurta

14.00-15.00


R. Laurito: Etruscan textile tools: spinning and weaving in Southern Etruria


E. Pizzuti: Tessitura a tavolette: tecniche esecutive e loro riconoscimento/ Tablet weaving: techniques and their identification


L. Ambrosini, S. Gatti: Strumenti in osso per la tessitura da vecchi e nuovi scavi di Palestrina/Bone textile tools from the old and new excavations at Palestrina, Italy


G. Leonardi, I. Albertini, M. Cupitò, P. Michelini, C. Reggio, M. Vidale: The visibility of textile manufacturing in Padua (Italy) in the 1st millennium BC


DISCUSSION – COFFEE BREAK


Presentation V Purpureae Vestes International Symposium


17.00: VISIT OF BOTANIC GARDEN

20.00: OFFICIAL DINNER


Wednesday 19 October Este, Museo Archeologico Nazionale Via G. Negri, 9/C


Chair: Francesco Meo

9.30-10.30


M. Gamba, G. Gambacurta: The loom. From excavation to textile in preRoman Veneto (Italy)


M. Ruta, M. Gleba: Evidence of ossuary dressing in the funerary ritual of pre-Roman Veneto (Italy)


M. Tirelli, M. Rottoli: Astucci con tracce di tessuto dal santuario del dio Altino/ Bronze cases with traces of fabric from the sanctuary of the god of Altino, Italy


M. Marchesini, M. Migliavacca: The inscribed loom weights from Monte Loffa, Monti Lessini (VR, Italy): can we “crack” the code?


DISCUSSION – COFFEE BREAK


11.15-12.30


F. Coletti, D. Döppes, S. Mitschke: Cultura tessile a Pompei: materiali, tessuti, tecniche, calchi/Textile culture at Pompeii: materials, textiles, techniques, casts


E. De Carolis, M. Galli, C. Lemorini, V. Forte: Cultura tessile a Pompei: attori, contesti, instrumenta textilia/Textile culture at Pompeii: agents, contexts, instrumenta textilia


A.R. Tricomi: Textile tools from Roman Venetia (Italy): an overview


M.S. Busana, M. Gleba: Textile Production and Consumption in Roman Venetia (Italy): preliminary results of the study of mineralized fibers and textiles


C. Rossi: Tibi…sunt castae Palladis artes. Textile tools in Roman funerary practice


DISCUSSION


13.00: LUNCH


14.00: VISIT OF ESTE MUSEUM


Chair: Lise Bender Jørgensen

15.00-16.00


M. Rigoni, M. Rottoli: La conservazione di frammenti di tessuti attraverso il processo di mineralizzazione: due casi del Veneto/The preservation of textile fragments through the mineralisation process: two cases of Veneto, Italy


M. Rottoli, G. Cavalieri Manasse: La sepoltura longobarda di Verona, vicolo Bernardo da Canal: un caso insolito di conservazione dei resti tessili/The Longobard burial of Verona, vicolo Bernardo da Canal: an unusual case of preservation of textile remnants


F. Medárd, D. Djaoui: Chiffons gallo-romains: un exemple inédit de recyclage/ Gallo-Roman rags: a previously unknown example of recycling from France


A. Stauffer: A Roman hairnet from the Rhineland (Germany) and its context


DISCUSSION – COFFEE BREAK


16.45-18.00


H. Granger-Taylor: Fragments of underwear found at Masada, Israel (c. 30 BCE to 100 CE)


N. Sukenik: A re-evaluation of the textile dyes in the Cave of Letters (Israel)


L. Larson Loven: Searching for dyers in Roman textile production


M.J. Martínez-García: ¿Alchemist ou artisan teinturier? Faire la teinture dans l’Égypte romaine/ Alchemist or dyer? Dyeing in Roman Egypt


C. Broens: Pigments and dyes: representation of garments in mummy portraits from Fayum (Egypt)


DISCUSSION


Thursday 20 October Altino, Museo Archeologico Nazionale Via San Eliodoro, 56


Chair: Mary Harlow

9.30-10.30


I. Bogensperger, A. Koroli: Qualities of textiles and their terminology


L. Bender Jørgensen: The textiles from Mons Claudianus in a North African context


J. Ortiz-García: Painted religious cloths from Roman Egypt


A. Cabrera-Lafuente: Fibre, dye and mordant analysis of Late Antique and Early Medieval Egyptian textiles from the former Museu Tèxtil i d’Indumentària de Barcelona


DISCUSSION – COFFEE BREAK


11.15-11.45


C. Alfaro: A new wool fabric from the Roman port of Oiasso, modern Irún (Basque Country, Spain)


M. Bustamante, A. M. Bejarano: Recent discoveries from the site of the ancient capital of Roman Lusitania, Augusta Emerita


DISCUSSION


Conclusions: Margarita Gleba

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