Liste aller Bände des 19. Internationalen Kongresses der Klassischen Archäologie Köln/Bonn 22. – 26. Mai 2018

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Titel
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Session 1: The Human Factor

1 Panel 1.2 | Wealthy and Healthy? Methodological Approaches to Non-Élite Burials Ute Kelp – Wolf-Rüdiger Teegen
2 Panel 1.3 | The Economic Contribution of Migrants to Ancient Societies. Technological Transfer, Integration, Exploitation and Interaction of Economic Mentalities Raffaella Da Vela

Session 2: Natural Environmental Factors

3 Panel 2.1 | The Ancient City and Nature's Economy in Magna Graecia and Sicily Johannes Bergemann – Mario Rempe
4 Panel 2.2 | The Impact of Rivers on Ancient Economies Christof Berns – Sabine Huy
5 Panel 2.3 | Coastal Geoarchaeology in the Mediterranean – On the Interdependence of Landscape Dynamics, Harbour Installations and Enonomic Prosperity in the Littoral Realm Max Engel – Friederike Stock
6 Panel 2.4 & 2.7 | The Riverlands of Aegean Thrace: Production, Consumption and Exploitation of the Natural and Cultural Landscapes Eurydice Kefalidou
7 Panel 2.6 | The Economic Structure of Eastern Anatolian Highland from Urartian Period to the End of Late Antiquity Mehmet Isikli

Session 3: Production

8 Panel 3.4 | Reconstructing Scales of Production in the Ancient Greek World: Producers, Processes, Products, People Martin Bentz – Eleni Hasaki
9 Panel 3.5 | A. Making Wine in Western-Mediterranean – B. Production and the Trade of Amphorae: Some New Data from Italy Jean-Pierre Brun – Nicolas Garnier – Gloria Olcese
10 Panel 3.6 | Building BIG – Constructing Economies: from Design to Long-Term Impact of Large-Scale Building Projects Ann Brysbaert – Jari Pakkanen
11 Panel 3.7 | Organization of Production and Crafts in Pre-Roman Italy Nadin Burkhardt – Robinson Krämer
12 Panel 3.9 | Messapia: Economy and Exchanges in the Land between Ionian and Adriatic Sea Francesco D’Andria – Grazia Semeraro
13 Panel 3.10 | Contextualizing Craftsmanship in the Ancient World: an "Economic" Sphere? Mario Denti
14 Panel 3.12 | Pre-Modern Industrial Districts Michael Herdick – Angelika Hunold – Holger Schaaff
15 Panel 3.13 | The Rise of Bling: Charting the Incredible Increase in the Consumption of Decorative Metal Objects in the Roman Empire Stefanie Hoss
16 Panel 3.14 | “Craft Economy” and Terracotta Figurines. Approaching Systems of Production Through Coroplastic Studies Stephanie Huysecom-Haxhi – Antonella Pautasso
17 Panel 3.15 | Villas, Peasant Agriculture, and the Roman Rural Economy Annalisa Marzano
18 Panel 3.16 | The Logistics and Socio-Economic Impact of Construction in Late Republican and Imperial Rome Dominik Maschek – Ulrike
Wulf-Reidt (†)
19 Panel 3.17 | Light in Context. Productions, Solutions, Consumptions and Representations of the Light and its Devices for and in Ancient Spaces Maria Elisa Micheli
20 Panel 3.18 | Strictly Economic? Ancient Serial Production and its Premises Arne Reinhardt
21 Panel 3.19 | The Role of Water in Production Processes in Antiquity Elena H. Sánchez López
22 Panel 3.22 | Local Styles or Common Pattern Books in Roman Wall Painting and Mosaics Renate Thomas
23 Panel 3.24 | Quantifying Ancient Building Economy Mehmet Michael Heinzelmann – Cathalin ReckoIsikli
24 Panel 3.25 | Production of Tiles and Bricks Luigi Cicala

Session 4: Extraction

25 Panel 4.2 | Mining Landscapes Frank Hulek – Sophia Nomicos
26 Panel 4.3 | From the Quarry to the Monument. The Process behind the Process: Design and Organization of the Work in Ancient Architecture Adalberto Ottati – Maria Serena Vinci
27 Panel 4.4 | The Exploitation of Raw Materials in the Roman World: a Closer Look at Producer-Resource Dynamics Dimitri Van Limbergen and Devi Taelman

Session 5: Distribution

28 Panel 5.3 | Economy and the Maritime Cultural Landscape of Greece Michael J. Curtis
29 Panel 5.4 | Trade in Ancient Sardinia Salvatore De Vincenzo
30 Panel 5.7 | Regional Exchange of Ceramics – Case Studies and Methodology Verena Gassner
31 Panel 5.8 | The Production and Distribution Network of the Bay of Naples: from a Regional to a Mediterranean Perspective Marco Giglio – Luana Toniolo
32 Panel 5.9 | Economy and Cultural Contact in the Mediterranean Iron Age Martin Guggisberg – Matthias Grawehr
33 Panel 5.11 | Politics of Value: New Approaches to Early Money and the State Elon Heymans – Marleen Termeer
34 Panel 5.15 | Greek and Etruscan Vases: Shapes and Markets Dimitris Paleothodoros
35 Panel 5.16 | Men, Goods and Ideas Traveling over the Sea: Cilicia at the Crossroad of Eastern Mediterranean Trade Network Eugenia Equini Schneider

Session 6: Consumption

36 Panel 6.6 | Assemblages of Transport Amphoras: From Chronology to Economics and Society Mark Lawall
37 Panel 6.8 | Recycling and Reuse of Sculpture in Roman and Late Antique Times Caterina Parigi

Session 7: Economy of Cult

38 Panel 7.2 | The Economy of Death: New Research on Collective Burial Spaces in Rome from the Late Republican to the Late Roman period Thomas Fröhlich – Norbert Zimmermann
39 Panel 7.3 | Boundaries Archaeology: Economy, Sacred Places, Cultural Influences in the Ionian Adriatic Areas Enrico Giorgi – Giuseppe Lepore
40 Panel 7.7 | Can the City Afford that God? Anna-Katharina Rieger – Johanna Stöger (†)

Session 8: The Role of the City

41 Panel 8.2 | Agrigento: Archaeology of an Ancient City. Urban Form, Sacred and Civil Spaces, Productions, Territory Giuseppe Lepore – Luigi Maria Caliò
42 Panel 8.3 | Shops, Workshops and Urban Economic History in the Roman World Miko Flohr – Nicolas Monteix
43 Panel 8.4 | The Economics of Urbanism in the Roman East Rinse Willet
44 Panel 8.6 | Judaea/Palaestina and Arabia: Cities and Hinterlands in Roman and Byzantine Times Achim Lichtenberger – Oren Tal – Zeev Weiss
45 Panel 8.7 | From splendidissima ciuitas to oppidum labens: Financial Problems and Material Ruin in Roman Provincial Cities at the End of the High-Empire Javier Andreu Pintado
46 Panel 8.9 | Town-Country Relations in the Northern Parts of Germania inferior from an Economic Perspective Marion Brüggler – Julia Obladen-Kauder – Harry Van Enckevort
47 Panel 8.12 | Roman Street and Urban Economy Thomas Morard – Grégory Mainet

Session 9: Military Economy

48 Panel 9.1 | The Production of Military Equipment – Fabricae, Private Production and More Stefanie Hoss

Session 11: Methodology

49 Panel 11.3 | City-Hinterland Relations on the Move? The Impact of Socio-Political Change on Local Economies from the Perspective of Survey Archaeology Tymon De Haas – Dean Peeters – Luigi Pinchetti
50 Panel 11.1 | The Rural Foundations of The Roman Economy. New Approaches to Rome's Ancient Countryside from the Archaic to the Early Imperial period Peter Attema – Gabriele Cifani – Günther Schörner

Session 12: Varia

51 Panel 12.1 | Presidential Panel Kristian Göransson
52 Panel 12.10 | AIAC-Round Table Discussion. Diversity in the Past: Diversity in the Present? Issues of Gender, Whiteness, and Class in ‘Classical’ Archaeology Eva Mol – Lisa Lodwick


Am Ende des Publikationsprozesses wird eine gebündelte Version aller Beiträge, einschließlich aller weiteren Panels sowie der Poster, publiziert werden.