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   Romanian Academy, Institute of Archaeology „VASILE PÂRVAN„

                Str. Henri Coandă, Nr. 11, 010667 Bucharest

                      Romanian Academy - Iassy Branch

                                             Bulevardul Carol I, Nr. 8, 700505, Iassy
                                                    

                                                                NATIONAL SYMPOSIUM   

                    Poleis in the Pont and Propontis in the Hellenistic and Roman Times

                        WITHIN THE FRAME OF THE PROJECT PN-II-ID-PCE-2011-3-0054

          External Relations of the Pontic Greek Cities in the Hellenistic and Roman Times:

                                                 a Multidisciplinary Approach

                                                     September 27-28, 2012

                                                         PROGRAMME

      Wednesday, September 26
      Arrival of the participants from outside Bucharest.
      Accommodation at the hotel „Volo‟

Thursday, September 27

SECTION OF HISTORY AND EPIGRAPHY:
Relations between Pontic Cities and their Contacts with the Barbarians in the Hinterland

830 – 900  Registration of the participants
(Institute of Archaeology „Vasile Pârvan‟, Bucharest, Str. Henri Coandă nr. 11)

900 – 930 Opening words
930 – 1130     Convenor: Florian MATEI-POPESCU
930 – 1010    
Alexandru AVRAM (Université du Maine, Le Mans): The decree of Histria SEG 53, 724. The first mention of the Bastarnae on the Lower Danube
1010 – 1050   Victor COJOCARU (Institute of Archaeology, Iaşi): The inter-Pontic relations of the Greek cities of the Northern Black Sea area and their contacts with the hinterland Barbarians according to the Epigraphic Sources
1050 – 1130   Ligia RUSCU (University „Babeş-Bolyai”, Cluj-Napoca): The relations of the Western Pontic apoikias with their Greek and Barbarian neighbours during the Hellenistic and Roman epochs

 

1130 – 1150   Coffee Break
1150 – 1300   Convenor: Livia BUZOIANU

1150 – 1220    Mădălina DANA (University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne – Center ANHIMA, Paris): Ἔχω δὲ πατρίδας νῦν δύω (CIRB 134). The relationships between the cities of the Southern Black Sea and their Pontic neighbors
1220 – 1300    Adrian ROBU (Institute of Archaeology „Vasile Pârvan‟, Bucharest): Sanctuaries and interstate relations in the Hellenistic world: the cases of Byzantion and Kalchedon

1300 - 1400   
Lunch Break

1400 – 1600   Convenor: Adrian ROBU

1400 – 1440   Maria BĂRBULESCU (University „Ovidius”, Constanţa), Livia BUZOIANU (Museum of National History and Archaeology, Constanţa): The territory of Tomis during the early Roman period in the light of epigraphic documents
1440 – 1520   Adrian George DUMITRU (Metropolitan Library, Bucharest): Natives, Hellenistic monarchies and polis – Byzantium and her territory
1520 – 1600   Florian MATEI-POPESCU (Institute of Archaeology „Vasile Pârvan‟, Bucharest): The statutes of the Western Pontic cities in the Roman Empire

1600 – 1620   
Coffee Break

1620 – 1820   Convenor: Maria BĂRBULESCU

1620 - 1700    Adrian PORUCIUC (University „Alexandru Ioan Cuza”, Iaşi): A diachronic view on the political-military role of Old Germanic populations
1700 – 1740   Dan RUSCU (University „Babeş-Bolyai”, Cluj-Napoca): The external relations of the Dobrudja in Late Antiquity – the ecclesiastic dimension
1740 – 1820   Nelu ZUGRAVU (University „Alexandru Ioan Cuza”, Iaşi): A perspective on the Christian prosopography of the Lower Danube


Friday, September 28
SECTION OF ARCHAEOLOGY AND NUMISMATICS: Local productions and their impact on inter-Pontic relations

900 – 1100    Convenor: Iulian BÎRZESCU

900 – 940      Gabriel TALMAȚCHI (Museum of National History and Archaeology, Constanţa): New perspectives on currency signs in the context of the Western Pontic Greek world (chronology, forms, penetration)
940 – 1020    Theodor ISVORANU (Institute of Archaeology „Vasile Pârvan‟, Bucharest): Economic relations between Histria and Tomis in the 6th - 1st centuries B.C. reflected in monetary findings
1020 - 1100   Lucian MUNTEANU (Institute of Archaeology, Iaşi): The Relations Between Western Pontic Greek Cities and Barbarian Populations in the Hellenistic Period. The Numismatic Evidence

1100 – 1120  
Coffee Break
1120 – 1240  Convenor: Costel CHIRIAC
 

1120 – 1200    Valeriu BANARU (University Mannheim): Regular trade or exchange of goods? Considerations about the forms and ways of disseminating Greek imports on the northwestern coast of the Black Sea
1200 – 1240   Andrei OPAIŢ (Institute of Archaeology, Iaşi): Some considerations on the production and consumption of wine and of fish products in the Western Pontic area (1st c. BC – 3rd c. AD.)

1300 - 1400     Lunch Break

1400 – 1540   Convenor: Valeriu BANARU

1400 – 1440   Costel CHIRIAC (Institute of Archaeology, Iaşi), Sever BOŢAN (University „Alexandru Ioan Cuza”, Iaşi): Hellenistic and Roman Glassware of the Pontic Area – between Production and Import
1440 – 1520   Irina NASTASI (Museum of National History and Archaeology, Constanţa): Roman rush lamps at Tomis: local production and distribution

 

1520 – 1700   Coffee Break
1540 – 1540   Convenor: Nelu ZUGRAVU

1540 – 1620   Florina PANAIT-BÎRZESCU (Institute of Archaeology „Vasile Pârvan‟, Bucharest): Common iconographical models in the Pontic poleis
1620 – 1700   Iulian BÎRZESCU (Institute of Archaeology „Vasile Pârvan‟, Bucharest): Zoomorphic terra-cottas from Greek sanctuaries in the Black Sea

1700 – 1830   Final discussions. Convenor: Victor COJOCARU
Saturday, September 29
Departure of the participants from outside Bucharest

 

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