Glazed Wares as Cultural Agents in the Byzantine, Seljuk and Ottoman Lands: Evidence From Technological and Archaeological Research

Late Byzantine ceramic, from the American excavations at Sardis (photo S.Y. Waksman)

The theme of the 13th International ANAMED annual symposium, organized by Filiz Yenișehirlioğlu, Beate Arslan Böhlendorf and POMEDOR member Nikos Kontogiannis, is

Glazed Wares as Cultural Agents in the Byzantine, Seljuk and Ottoman Lands: Evidence From Technological and Archaeological Research

It will take place in Istanbul on 6-7 December 2018.

From ANAMED website:
The intent of ANAMED’s 2018 Annual Symposium is to bring together researchers engaged in the study of decoration and technology of glazed pottery, ranging from the early Byzantine era to the end of the Ottoman period. More than 10 years ago, the first International Symposium on Late Antique, Byzantine, Seljuk and Ottoman Pottery and Tiles in Archaeological Context took place in Çanakkale, the site of a major Late Ottoman production. It is envisaged that this year's symposium will be the continuation of that conference, this time focusing on the glazed wares and the new information from current interdisciplinary research.

The symposium is open to public and English - Turkish simultaneous translation will be provided with the support of the European Union.

For more information contact Naz Uğurlu (nugurlu@ku.edu.tr)

Program of the symposium

Time & Place
Date: 
Thursday, 6 December 2018 (All day) to Friday, 7 December 2018 (All day)
Location: 
ANAMED
İstiklal Caddesi No: 181 Merkez Han
Istanbul
Turkey
TR
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