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The Impact of Empire on Roman Landscapes - 12-13-14-15/06/2019, Mainz (Germany)

01.06.2019

 

The conference "The Impact of Empire on Roman Landscapes" deals with the influence of the Imperium Romanum on landscapes. The focus is on the world outside of cities and on the question, how a certain space could become "Roman". What kind of influence did Rome have on the elaborisation and organisation of space, on symbolism and on the literal, political and legal creation of Roman landscape? How did the cultivation of land, which belonged to the Roman sphere of influence, change?

 

FECHA/DATE/DATA: 12-13-14-15/06/2019

 

LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Fakultätssaal of the Philosophicum, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität (Mainz, Germany)

 

ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Michael Becker

 

INFO:  laurkopp@uni-mainz.de

 

INSCRIPCIÓN/REGISTRATION/REGISTRAZIONE: gratis / free / gratuito

 

PROGRAMA/PROGRAM/PROGRAMMA:   

 

Wednesday 12th June
Johannes Gutenberg-University (JGU) Philosophicum, Fakultätssaal
15:00-16:00 
Introduction (Marietta Horster/ Olivier Hekster/ Alexandra Busch)
PANEL 1: ROMAN LANDSCAPES – METHODOLOGY
16:00-16:30
Günther Schörner, From Etruscan to Roman? Changing Landscapes in Northern Etruria
16:30-17:00
Abigail Walker, The Landscape and Nature of the Cyclops in Campanian Wall-Painting
17:00-17:30
Christopher Chinn, Empire and Italian Landscapes in Statius´ Silvae
17:30-17:50
GENERAL DISCUSSION

18:00-19:00 
KEYNOTE: Jason König, Landscape and the Human in Imperial Greek Literature (room: P5)
19:15 RECEPTION

Thursday 13th June
JGU (Max-Planck-Institut für Polymerforschung /MPI)
PANEL 2: MAPPING THE ROMAN WORLD
9:30-10:00
Nikolas Hächler, „Post hos nostra terra est.“ Mapping the Late Roman Ecumene with the Expositio totius mundi et gentium
10:20-10:50
Daniëlle Slootjes, Political and Religious Boundaries with and Beyond Late Roman Dioceses
10:50-11:20
Rémi Auvertin/ Xavier Deru, From the Celtic Territories to Roman Cities, the ABG-GIS
11:20-11:40
Silke Diederich, Empire and Landscape in the Tabula Peutingeriana
11:40-12:00
GENERAL DISCUSSION

PANEL 3: PERFORMING LANDSCAPES
13:45-14:15
Fernando Lozano/ Elena Muñiz, Imperial cult processions and landscape in Greek cities of the Roman Empire the case of the Demosthenia of Enoanda
14:15-14:45
Wolfgang Spickermann, Local tradition and reformation of (sacral) space: border sanctuaries as visible symbols of a territorial order in Roman Gaul and Germany
15:15-15:45
Anne Gangloff, Paysages et otium au début du Haut-Empire
15:45-16:15
Elena Köstner, Outside the Cities, Inside a Last Will: Narrations about the Self, the Other, and their Relationship to Landscape
16:15-16:45
Francesco Bono, Adluvionum natura est, ut semper incerta possessio sit. Picturing and Regulating Alluvial Lands in Nov Theod. 20
16:45-17:00
GENERAL DISCUSSION

17:15-18:15
KEYNOTE: Benet Salway, The Law of the Land: Geography and Legal Régimes in the Roman World
Friday 14th June
JGU (MPI)
PANEL 4: SYMBOLS AND MARKERS OF ROMAN LANDSCAPES
9:00-9:30
Filippo Carlà-Uhink, The Road System and the Construction of Roman Italy
9:30-10:00
Sergio España-Chamorro, Engaging landscapes, connecting provinces. Milestones and the construction of Hispania at the beginning of the Empire.
10:20-10:50
Camilla Campedelli, The impact of Roman streets and milestones on the landscape of the Iberian Peninsula
10:50-11:20
Sabine Lefèbvre, Les concentrations de miliaires une réception particulière de l’autorité impériale: l’exemple des voies de Lusitaine
11:20-11:35
GENERAL DISCUSSION

11:35-12:35
KEYNOTE: Anne Kolb, Redacta in formam provinciae: Überlegungen zu Rolle und Funktionen der viae publicae

16:00-16:30
Eli Weaverdyck, Forts and rural economic landscapes on the northern frontier
16:30-17:00
Saskia Kerschbaum, Aqueducts in Roman Asia Minor: The First and Foremost Symbol of Romanization?
17:00-17:15
GENERAL DISCUSSION

17:30-18:30
KEYNOTE: Jeremia Pelgrom, Reconsidering the Impact of Early Roman Expansion on Italian Rural Landscapes

Saturday 15th June
JGU, Philosophicum, Fakultätssaal
PANEL 5: QUALITIES OF ROMAN LANDSCAPES
9:00-9:30
Del A. Maticic, Barathrum cernatur: Hercules, Cacus, and the Poetics of Drains in Aeneid 8 and Propertius 4.9
9:30-10:00
Isabel Köster, Making and Unmaking Roman Landscapes in Cicero and Caesar
10:20-10:50
Michael Teichmann, Locus optimus: Roman Rural Settlement in Southern Coastal Latium
10:50-11:50
FINAL DISCUSSION

 

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