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GIS and Economic Archaeology: Inter- and Intra-site Approaches -19/05/2017, Bonn (Germany)

FECHA/DATE/DATA: 19/05/2017

LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: University of Bonn (Berlin, Germany)





This workshop aims to: 1. provide the Archaeology of Pre-Modern Economies students an introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and their potential in grasping issues related to economic archaeology in general, and spatial analysis of ritual and cult more specifically, 2. provide the new students with the opportunity to discuss informally – in a friendly and collegial environment – the possibility of applying inter- and intra-site GIS analyses to their work, 3. provide the more advanced students with the opportunity to present – in a friendly and collegial environment – their ideas or their preliminary GIS results, and to get feedback and stimuli from various GIS specialists, 4. provide a forum through which both the Archaeology of Pre-Modern Economies Research Training Group and the Unlocking Sacred Landscapes Network have the opportunity of networking with other projects/scholars in Germany and beyond. 9.45-10.00 Welcoming addresses 10.00-12.30 GIS and Economic Archaeology: Theory and Methods Apostolos Sarris (Institute for Mediterranean Studies, Crete) Lunch Break 13.30-14.30 Unlocking Sacred Landscapes Research Network: Aims and Objectives / The Case-Study of Iron Age Cyprus Giorgos Papantoniou (University of Bonn) 14.30-15.30 Survey Data, GIS and Inter-site Analyses Athanasios Vionis (University of Cyprus) Coffee Break 16.00-17.00 Excavation Data, GIS and Intra-site Analyses Christine Morris (The University of Dublin, Trinity College) 17.00-18.30 Archaeology of Pre-Modern Economies Research Training Group students’ presentations and general discussion: Exploring Connectivities in the Late Antique and Early Medieval Central Apennines (Isernia, Italy) Luigi Pinchetti (University of Bonn) The Barbarian Economy: Distribution of Goods along the Westphalian Salt Road (“Westphälischer Hellweg”) in Roman Times (1st-5th century AD) Kala Drewniak (University of Bonn) Other Students General Discussion

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