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Regional Approaches to Early Greek Society, 1100–550 BCE - 14-15-16/12/2018, Tübingen (Germany)

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The development of early Greek society after the collapse of the Mycenaean palaces has often been reconstructed with the help of evolutionary models assuming the concept of the polis as the end of these processes. Investigations of the origin of the polis and its related structures often relied on concepts originating in the late Archaic and Classical period, which were projected back on much earlier phases. Little room was thus left for regional or chronological variation. Our three-day workshop will serve as a platform for discussion of research-prospects into early Greek societies with the aim of moving beyond general concepts of the ‘emergence’ and ‘formation’ of the polis. We understand this both as an opportunity to critically engage with current theoretical models and to reflect on potentials and challenges of new approaches in an interdisciplinary context.

 

FECHA/DATE/DATA: 03-04/09/2018

 

LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Institute for Classical Archaeology, Eberhard Karls University Tübingen (Tübingen, Germany)

 

ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Maximilian Rönnberg (Tübingen); Veronika Sossau (Basel)

 

INFO: web - earlygreeksociety@klassarch.uni-tuebingen.de

 

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PROGRAMA/PROGRAM/PROGRAMMA: 

 

Friday, December 14th

 

13:00   Registration

 

14:00   Richard Posamentir (Institute’s Director), Angelina Linnemann (Excellence Strategy):

Welcome

            

14:20   Maximilian Rönnberg (Tübingen), Veronika Sossau (Basel):

Introduction

 

Section 1: General Problems of Historiography (Chair: N.N.)

 

14:40   Alain Duplouy (Paris):

How Rational Was the Early Greek City?

 

15:20   Angelika Kellner (Innsbruck):

Kings, Officials and Priestesses. Chronographic Lists as Cornerstones of Chronology

 

15:50   Coffee Break

 

Section 2: Synchronisations of Written and Material Evidence: Methodical Issues (Chair: N.N.)

 

16:20   Julien Zurbach (Paris):

It’s the Economy…: Regional Perspectives on Money, Land and Labour in the Formative Period of City-States

  

17:00   Thomas Clements (Manchester):

Where Did I Read That? Concept Formation and Archaic Sparta

 

17:30   Adrien Delahaye (Paris):

Laconian Material Culture and Lacedaimonian Identity: The Laconian Sanctuaries Case

 

18:00   Louis Pomaret Cañadas (Madrid):

From Group Identity to Ethnic Identity in Mainland Locris

 

18:30 Coffee Break

 

Evening Lecture

 

19:00 Christoph Ulf (Innsbruck):

Microhistory Presupposes Macrohistory

 

20:00   Evening Reception (Rittersaal)

 

Saturday, December 15th

 

Section 3: Athens (Chair: E. Kistler)

 

09:30   Veronika Sossau (Basel):

Chronology, Region, Style, and the Polis. Methods and Limits in the Study of Finds in Funerary and Ritual Contexts in Athens

10:10   Marilena Kontopanagou (Athens):

The Athenian Society in the Transition to the Early Iron Age through Funerary Material Culture: the Case of the Herodou Attikou Street Cemetery


 

10:40   Coffee Break

 

Section 4: Attica (Chair: F. Ruppenstein)

 

11:10   Alexandra Alexandridou (Ioannina):

Archaeological Traces of Kinship Ties in 8thC. Attica

 

11:50   Alexandra Dafni Vlanti (Oxford):

The Burial Rite of Enchytrismos in Attica duringthe Late Geometric and Archaic Periods: Towards an Understanding of Social Dimension


 

12:20   Maximilian Rönnberg (Tübingen):

Internal Colonisation, Village Fission and the Emergence of Local Cults in Attica

 

12:50   Lunch Break

 

Section 5: Peloponnese (Chair: A. Livieratou)

 

14:20   Birgitta Eder (Vienna):

Between the Mycenaean and Greek Worlds: the Emergence of the Greek Sanctuary                  

 

15:00   Afroditi Vlachou (Volos):

The Formation of the Religious Landscape of the Peloponnese during the Early Historical 

Period (800– 600 B.C.)

 

15:30 Torben Keßler (Kiel):

Regional (Id)entities. The Decoration of Early Iron Age Pottery around the Gulf of Corinth

 

16:00   Coffee Break

 

Section 6: Euboea and Related Areas (Chair: I. Lemos)

 

16:30   Alexandros Mazarakis Ainian (Volos):

Regional Stories Alongside the Coasts from Euboea to the Thermaic Gulf during the Early Iron Age and the Early Archaic Period

 

17:10   Olivia Denk (Basel):

Early Sanctuaries on the Chalcidice: the Case of Poseidi                              

 

17:40 Coffee Break

 

Evening Lecture

 

18:15   Robin Osborne (Cambridge):

What is a Region? Athens and the Region of Athens in the Archaic Period

 

20:00   Conference Dinner

 

Sunday, December 16th

 

Section 7: Central Greece (Chair: V. Sossau)

 

09:00   Antonia Livieratou (Athens):

From Mycenaean Periphery to ethne: the Complex Ways of Socio-Political Evolution in Phocis and East Locris in the Early Iron Age

 

09:40   Aikaterini Stamoudi (Athens):

The Household Ceramics of the LHIIIC and Proto-Geometric Period from the Site of Kynos (Phtiotis). Its Character, Characteristics and Potentials

 

10:10   Coffee Break

 

Section 8: Trans-Regional Studies (Chair: R. Posamentir)

 

10:40   Irene Lemos (Oxford):

Transformation, Tradition and Innovation: the Transition from the Late Bronze to the Early Iron Age

 

11:20   Eleni Chatzinikolaou (Volos):

From the Individual to the Community: Re-Reading Domestic Space during the Transition from the Early Iron Age to the Archaic Period

 

11:50   Cicek Tascıoğlu Beeby (Chapel Hill/Athens):

Mortuary Spaces of the Early Greek Polis

 

12:20   Erich Kistler (Innsbruck), Florian Ruppenstein (Freiburg):

Concluding Remarks

 

12:50   Final Discussion

 

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