XIth Congress AIECM3 on Medieval and Modern Period Mediterranean Ceramics

The Congress proposes to make an introduction and an overview of research conducted specifically in the Eastern part of the Mediterranean. This will expose the state of research that has multiplied in recent years in the field of medieval and modern period archaeological studies showing new results from random and systematic discoveries to excavation of shipwrecks, ceramic kilns, workshops and various productions are also regularly unearthed, which testify to the presence and the superposition of different temporary and sedentary civilizations in the Middle East and Anatolia. Architectural ceramics mainly tiles is an urban monumental decoration of importance, sharing techniques and themes with their equivalents in the Eastern and Western Mediterranean. Consequently, imports and exports of ceramic show not only trade routes, but also transfer of taste between different civilizations.

Website of the congress

Several papers will be presented by POMEDOR members:

REVISITING THE MEDIEVAL CERAMICS OF THE 1935-1948 GOZLUKULE EXCAVATIONS IN TARSUS (SOUTH TURKEY) [Poster]
Yasemin Bağcı

POTS AS PACKAGING: FROM THE LEVANT TO ALBION [Oral]
Hugo Blake

GÜLPINAR POTTERY AGAIN: TOWARDS TO A REVALUATION OF LOCAL AND IMPORTED WARES [Oral]
Beate Böhlendorf-Arslan

ETUDE DES TECHNIQUES CÉRAMIQUES DES PREMIÈRES PRODUCTIONS TURQUES D’ANATOLIE OCCIDENTALE [Poster]
Jacques Burlot, Yona Waksman, Anne Bouquillon, Joanita Vroom, Beate Böhlendorf Arslan, Sarah Japp 

DIDYMOTEICHO OR CHANAKKALE? NEW EVIDENCE ON DIDYMOTEICHO POTTERY PRODUCTION AND ITS RELATIONS WITH CHANAKKALE POTTERY [Oral]
Nikos Liaros

CERAMIC IMPORT AND EXPORT OF CRIMEA AT THE FINAL STAGE OF THE GENOESE DOMINATION IN THE BLACK SEA [Poster]
Iryna Teslenko

AT THE THRESHOLD – POTTERY KILNS FOR SGRAFFITO WARE AND GÜNSENIN IV-LIKE VESSELS (LATE 14TH – EARLY 15TH C. AD) FROM URDOVIZA (KITEN) ON THE WESTERN BLACK SEA COAST [Oral]
Evelina Todorova, Metodi Daskalov

MAPPING THE CERAMICS A COMPARATIVE AND QUANTIFIED STUDY OF THE DISTRIBUTION OF CHAMPLEVÉ WARE IN THE EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN AND THE NEAR EAST, DURING THE MIDDLE BYZANTINE PERIOD (12TH-13TH C. AD) [Poster]
M.W. van Ijzendoorn, Dr. J.A.C. Vroom

MEASLES WARE: A 12TH CENTURY PELOPONNESIAN PRODUCTION AND ITS DISTRIBUTION [Poster]
Anastasia Vassiliou

CERAMIC EVIDENCE FROM SOUTH-EASTERN TURKEY: THE MEDIEVAL ASSEMBLAGE FROM ZIYARET TEPE (DIYARBAKIR) [Oral]
Valentina Vezzoli

A FIRST LOOK AT THE ABBASID DOMESTIC WARES FROM TARSUS GÖZLÜKULE (RECENT EXCAVATIONS) [Poster]
Agnès Vokaer

BRIGHT FINDS, BIG CITY: MEDIEVAL CERAMICS FROM OLD AND RECENT EXCAVATIONS IN EPHESUS (WESTERN TURKEY) [Oral]
Joanita Vroom

THE CONTRIBUTION OF CHEMICAL ANALYSIS TO THE STUDY OF BYZANTINE CERAMICS: A SYNTHESIS OF RESEARCH CARRIED OUT IN LYON [Oral]
Yona Waksman

INVESTIGATING THE ORIGINS OF TWO MAIN TYPES OF MIDDLE BYZANTINE AMPHORAE [Poster]
Yona Waksman, Nikos Kontogiannis, Giannis Vaxevanis, Stefania Skartsis, Sergii Zelenko, Iana Morozova

PRELIMINARY OBSERVATIONS ON THE POTTERY FROM THE THEOPETRA CAVE (THESSALY) [Poster]
Anastasia G. Yangaki

Time & Place
Date: 
Monday, 19 October 2015 (All day) to Saturday, 24 October 2015 (All day)
Location: 
The Suna & İnan Kıraç Research Institute on Mediterranean Civilizations (AKMED)
Barbaros Mahallesi Kocatepe Sokak No:25 Kaleiçi
Antalya
Turkey
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