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The UK Punic Network Graduate Workshop creates an opportunity for graduate students working on Phoenician and Punic topics at Masters and Doctoral level to meet and discuss their work with students and staff with similar interests based at other universities. It has taken place in the past at Glasgow University (2009, 2011), Oxford University (2010, 2013, 2014), Durham University (2015), Bristol University (2016), and in 2017 will return to Oxford, sponsored by the Oxford Centre for Phoenician and Punic Studies (http://punic.classics.ox.ac.uk).
LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Classics Centre, Oxford University (Oxford, England)
ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Josephine Quinn ; Jonathan Prag ; Oxford Centre for Phoenician and Punic Studies
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INSCRIPCIÓN/REGISTRATION/REGISTRAZIONE: Gratis /free/ gratuito
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Lunch and refreshments will be provided on the day, but we are unable to assist with travel or (if necessary) accommodation expenses. UK-based graduate students are reminded that they can apply to the Wiedemann Fund for assistance with travel expenses. Accommodation should be readily available in Oxford as the event falls in the university Vacation; as a first port of call we recommend http://www.universityrooms.com/en/city/oxford/home.
PROGRAMA/PROGRAM/PROGRAMMA: También disponible aqui /also available here/ anche disponibile qui
11.00-11.30: Registration & coffee
11.30-13.00 (first session)
Marcello Lusvarghi (Bologna) About the function of the Punic tradition in the Augustinian texts: language, identity, necessity.
Meir Edrey (Tel Aviv) The Origins of the Western Tophets in Light of Recent Discoveries
13.40-15.00 (second session)
Evgenia Tachatou (Durham/Mainz)Content Analysis via Gas-Chromatography on Phoenician carinated shoulder amphorae from the late 7th – early 6th century BC excavated at Tell el-Burak/Lebanon
Pascual Perdiguero (Alicante) Coastal productive networks in the western Mediterranean
Francisco Machuca Prieto (Malaga) A Phoenician way to be roman
15.20-16.40 (third session)
Andrzej Dudzinski The Carthaginian garrisons in Sicily – a historical approach
Thea Sommerschield(Oxford) Interactions in the religious mentalities and ritual practices of western Sicily, C6-C4 BC
Carolina López-Ruiz (The Ohio State University) The Phoenicians and the “orientalizing Mediterranean”: A view from Tartessos