A Kiel, dal 21 al 23 novembre, un congresso sulle nuove ricerche in archeologia subacquea

Si inaugurerà domani, a Kiel,  la N.E.R.D. Underwater Conference, evento di tre giorni dedicato alle nuove ricerche in corso in archeologia subacquea.
Il simposio è stato organizzato dai giovani ricercatori dell'AMLA (group for marine and limnological archaeology of the Christian-Albrechts Universität zu Kiel).
Riportiamo di seguito il programma delle giornate (scaricabili in pdf seguendo questo link).

Friday 21st November 2014

19 Uhr Reception Instituts für Ur- und Frühgeschichte der CAU Kiel
With welcome by the Secretary of Science Karl-Rudolf ‚Rolf‘ Fischer.
Johanna-Mestorf-Straße 2-6, D - 24118 Kiel | main entrance: Johanna-Mestorf-Straße 2
Saturday 22nd November 2014
08.30 Uhr
registration & welcoming by the AMLA
09.00-09.30 Uhr
Lars Kröger
„Ferry-tales“. The use of logboats in medieval southern Germany.
(Chair of Medieval and Post Medieval Archaeology, University of Bamberg)
09.30-10.00 Uhr
Franziska Steffensen | Feiko Wilkes
Recent research AMLA
A logboat of the Schlei fjord - a consideration of the condition of submarine assets | 
Prospection methods of submerged mesolithic sites.
(Institute of Pre- and Protohistoric Archaeology, University of Kiel | AMLA)
10.00-10.30 Uhr
Miran Erič
The importance of using 3D data capture at archaeological sites: the case of 45,000-year-old 
wooden hunting point and the early Roman barge in Ljubljanica river near Vrhnika, Slovenija.
(Institute for the Protection of Cultural Heritage of Slovenia)
coffee break
11.00-11.30 Uhr
Helena Novak
Neolithic Lake Settlements - 
A new World Heritage leads to an emerging Underwater- and Wetland-Research in Austria.
(UNESCO Heritage Prehistoric Pile Dwellings Around the Alps/University of Vienna)
11.30-12.00 Uhr
Marie-Claire Ries
Abtsdorf I-New Research on a waterlogged Bronze-Age Settlement in 
Lake Attersee (Austria).
(Institute of Pre- and Protohistoric Archaeology, University of Kiel | AMLA)
12.00-12:30 Uhr
Michele Stefanile
Underwater researches in Roman maritime villas on the Thyrrenian coast of Italy.
(Department of Asia, Africa, Mediterraneo, University of Naples „L‘Orientale“)
14.00-14.30 Uhr
Heike Müller
Artificial dams and their impact on cultural heritage.
(Heritage Conservation, University of Bamberg)
14.30-15.00 Uhr
Marina Nuovo
Roman harbours: coastal and underwater landscapes in the central-southern Adriatic sea.
(University of Rome “La Sapienza”)
15.00-15.30 Uhr
Felix Rösch
Schleswig waterfront reloaded - new results on old excavations in an age of upheaval.
(Institute of Pre- and Protohistoric Archaeology, University of Kiel | AMLA )
coffee break
16.00-16.30 Uhr
Julia Goldhammer
Archaeology in the Wadden: Submarine Archaeology without a diving suit.
(Lower Saxony Institute for Historical Coastal Research, Wilhelmshaven)
16.30-17.00 Uhr
Margaret Logan
A Study of a 16th-century wooden vessel from the Netherlands.
(Maritime Archaeology Programme at the University of Southern Denmark)
17.00-17.30 Uhr
Philipp Grassel
Late Hanseatic seafaring of the North Atlantic:
Trading of Bremen and Hamburg with Iceland, Shetland and the Faroe Islands.
(Graduate School Human Development in Landscapes, University of Kiel)
19.00 Uhr Dinner includes a speech held by 
Dr. Florian Huber (Head of AMLA)
Sunday 23rd November 2014
10.00-10.30 Uhr
Alexander Cattrysse
Deviations in Northern-European Carvel Ship-building.
(Maritime Archaeology Programme at the University of Southern Denmark)
10.30-11.00 Uhr
Michaela Reinfeld
About the Investigation of Scatterd Wreck Sites - Potentials and Limits.
(Research Training Group 1878 Archaeology of Pre-Modern Economies, 
University of Cologne)
coffee break
11.30-12.00 Uhr
Marta Bajtler
Underwater finds from Risan, Montenegro.
(Center for Research on the Antiquity of Southeastern Europe, University of Warsaw)
12:00-12.30 Uhr
Denise Averdung
A Warship Discussion (again) - The Marsala Punic Ships.
(Chair of Classical Archaeology, University of Würzburg)
12.30-13.00 Uhr
Andrzej W. Święch
Management of shipwrecks from World War 1 & 2 as a new field for 
maritime & underwater archaeology.
(independent researcher)
final discussion


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