The 11th Day on Belgian Archaeological Research in the Ancient Greek World

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The Belgian School at Athens and the BCAOG/CBRAG organize  the 11th Day on Belgian Archaeological Research in the Ancient Greek World, on Friday 10th December 2021.

Place : Musées royaux d’Art et d’Histoire, Koninklijke Musea voor Kunst en Geschiedenis, Lecture Room: Grand Auditorium

The entrance is free but, for organization matters, you need to register by Friday 1st December 2021 with Antoine Attout : antoine.attout@ulb.be

09.30–9.45 Welcome by Bruno Verbergt (General Director a.i. MRAH/KMKG)

9.45–10.00 Opening remarks by Athena Tsingarida (ULB, President of the BCAOG/CBRAG)

10.00–10.30 Andreas Kapetanios (Ionian University, Corfu)
Scale matters: Hints to understanding the Lavrion Historical Landscape

10.30–11.00 Roald Docter (UGent), Johannes Bergemann (University of Gottingen), Sylviane Dederix (Ecole française d’Athènes), Denis Morin (Université de Lorraine, Nancy)
Recent field work in Thorikos 

11.00–11.15 Coffee break

11.15–11.45 Tiziano Fantuzzi (Aegis-CEMA-INCAL-UCLouvain)
Minoan Eruption Chronology: A (simple) summary of an intricate problem

11.45–12.15 Charles Doyen & Louise Willocx (Pondera-CEMA-INCAL-UCLouvain)
Weighing in Ancient Greece: The Pondera Online Project

12.15–12.45 Jean Vanden Broeck-Parant (FNRS/ULB)
The Builder Kings of Pergamon: monumental construction and the cost of the Attalids’ foreign policy

12.45–13.45 Lunch break

13.45–14.15 Alexandros Laftsidis (Marie-Curie IF/ULB)
Going Global or Going Local in the Hellenistic Times: The Testimony of the Hellenistic Ceramic “Koine” 

14.15–14.45 Natacha Massar (MRAH–KMKG)
Cretan Fine Wares in and out of Crete. Trade Patterns and Distribution Networks

14.45–15.15 Elie Piette (ULiège)
Prendre ses dieux avec soi. Regards conjoints sur les sanctuaires de Paros et de Thasos 

15.15–15.30 Coffee break

15.30–16.00 Luca Lorenzon (ULiège)
Honorer des humains comme des dieux : construction rituelle et discours critique aux périodes hellénistique et romaine

16.00–16.30 Ralf Vandam, Jan Coenaerts & Karin Nys (VUB)
Introducing the Hala Sultan Tekke Hinterland Survey Project. The first results