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The Conference focuses on the region of the Eastern Mediterranean, which includes the area from the south of Corfu to the East, and on a time spanning from the 4th Millennium to the 6th century BC. Travelling, networks and contacts in the ancient Eastern Mediterranean has been the subject of many past conferences, essays and studies, being considered as the decisive factor which promoted cultural interaction and distribution of goods and ideas in the region throughout antiquity. In the last years more evidence has been added to the existing corpus, whereas past interpretations have been reconsidered and new ones have been proposed.
FECHA LÍMITE/DEADLINE/SCADENZA: 30/04/2020
FECHA CONGRESO/CONGRESS DATE/DATA CONGRESSO: 14-15-16-17/01/2021
LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Atlantis Hotel in Heraklion (Heraklion, Greece)
ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Nicholas Chr. Stampolidis (University of Crete/Museum of Cycladic Art, Athens); Çiğdem Maner (Koç University, Department of Archaeology and History of Art); Konstantinos Kopanias (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Department of History and Archaeology); Ioannis Fappas (Museum of Cycladic Art, Athens)
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This conference adopts a comprehensive approach to the maritime and overland contacts in the entire region of the ancient Eastern Mediterranean, focusing on people, artifacts, means and mechanisms of interaction. The
presentation of new evidence is most welcome, as there are also reviews and reconsiderations of the already known ones.
Papers on the following topics are welcome:
• Tracking and mapping Sea and Inland Routes
• Writing and Sealing Bureaucracy of Exchange
• Merchants, Commodities and Gifts
• Systems of Commercial Interaction
• Mobility, Agency and Technology
• Routes and Means of Transportation
• Piracy and Sea people
• Art and Iconography
• Maritime Cultural Landscapes
• Ideology (religion, beliefs, customs)
Time and Venue
The Conference will take place from 14-17 January 2021 at Atlantis Hotel in Heraklion, Crete. During the conference two excursions are planned, one to ancient Eleutherna and a second one to Messara.
Please send your title, name, affiliation and abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for the abstract submission: April 30th, 2020.
By applying for the conference, you also accept to submit your paper for publication in the Proceedings to be published soon afterwards.
To continue the established tradition, the peer reviewed proceedings of the Nostoi II. Travelling in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea + Inland Routes from the Early Bronze to the End of the Early Iron Age conference will be published by Koç University Press. To move rapidly towards the publication of the proceedings, the submission
deadline for the articles is May 1st, 2021.