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Navigare necesse est : de la préhistoire au haut Moyen Âge

Navigare necesse est: from Prehistory to the Early Middle Ages

XVIIe symposium international d'archéologie

XVII International archaeological symposium

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Publié le lundi 21 novembre 2011 par Loïc Le Pape

Résumé

Dans la tradition des grands colloques internationaux en archéologie, le International Research Center for Archaeology, Brijuni-Medulin (Croatie), sous le patronage de l'Unesco et du Ministère de la culture de la République de Croatie à Zagreb, avec la collaboration de la Society for the History and Cultural Development of Istria, Pula, et le Centre for Historical Research, Rovinj (Centro di ricerche storiche, Rovigno) organise à Pula-Medulin-Rovinj (Croatie), les 23-26 novembre 2011 son vingt-septième symposium thématique sur la navigation ancienne de la Méditerranée nord-occidentale, de la Préhistoire jusqu'au début du Moyen Âge.

Annonce

PROGRAMME

WEDNESDAY, 23 November 2011 – afternoon

Arrival of symposium participants and guests at Riviera Hotel in Pula (Rovinjska 1).

THURSDAY, 24 November 2011 - morning

8:30 - Reception and registration of symposium participants and guests (Ceremonial Hall “Tone Peruško” of Juraj Dobrila University of Pula, I. Matetića Ronjgova 1)

9:00 - Opening ceremony of the International Archaeological Symposium with the opening words given by hosts and guests

9:15 - Reports (Chaired by: K. Buršić Matijašić, E. Pochmarski)

  • 9:15 - Mithad KOZLIČIĆ, University of Zadar, Department of History, Zadar (Croatia) : Adriatic Sea Routes from the Antiquity to the Early Modern Age
  • 9:30 - Marin ZANINOVIĆ, Zagreb (Croatia) : Some Particularities of the Antique Sea Traffic Along the Eastern Adriatic
  • 9:45 - Irena RADIĆ ROSSI, University of Zadar, Department of Archaeology, Zadar (Croatia) : Underwater Traces of Antique Seafaring in Croatian Waters
  • 10:00 - Erwin POCHMARSKI, University of Graz, Institute of Archaeology, Graz (Austria) : Transport of Marble by Rivers in Noricum and Western Pannonia
  • 10:15 -Lásló BORHY, University Eötvös Loránd, Department of Classical and Roman Provincial Archaeology, Budapest (Hungary) : Hinweise auf Schifffahrt und Fernhandel in Brigetio (Komárom/Stőmy, Ungarn)
  • 10:30 - Ardet ADRIAN, County Museum of Ethnography and the Border Regiment Caransebeş, Caransebeş  (Romania) :Navigazione sul Danubio nel secolo I-II DC. Gli scambi commerciali tra l'Istria e Dacia  
  • 10:45 - Alexandar MINCHEV, Varna Regional Museum of History, Department of Archaeology, Varna (Bulgaria) : From Prokonesos to Odessos: Unfinished Imported Roman Marbles from 2nd to 3rd Centuries AD

11:00 - Break

11:30 - Reports (Chaired by: B. Kuntić-Makvić, L. Borhy)

  • 11:30 - Vera BITRAKOVA-GROZDANOVA, Faculty of Philosophy Skopje, Department of theHistory  of Arts and Archaeology, Skopje (Macedonia) : Trade between Southern Italy and Macedonia via the Adriatic Sea from 6th to 1st Centuries BC
  • 11:45 - Francis TASSAUX, Ausonius Institute, University of Bordeaux, Bordeaux (France) : La navigation et les ports le long de la côte de l'Aquitaine antique: notes bibliographiques
  • 12:00 - Isabel RODÁ, Catalan Institute for Classical Archaeology, Tarragona (Spain) : Il commercio dei marmi per mare e fiume in Hispania
  • 12:15 - Marjeta ŠAŠEL-KOS, Scientific Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Institute of Archaeology,  Ljubljana (Slovenia) : The Role of the Navy in Octavian's Illyrian War
  • 12:30 - Emilio MARIN, Croatian CatholicUniversity, Department of History, Zagreb (Croatia) : Possible Maritime Connections of the Early Christian Salona
  • 12:45 - Miljenko JURKOVIĆ, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Philosophy, Department of the History of Arts, Zagreb (Croatia) : Defence System in the Local Waters of Rab in Late Antiquity

 Dicussion

13:00 - Presentation of “Histria antiqua” vol. 20/2011 – “Dwellings from Prehistory to the Early Middle Ages” (M.  Zaninović, V. Girardi Jurkić, R. Matijašić, I. Rodá, K. Džin)

14:00 - Break

THURSDAY, 25 November 2010 – afternoon

15:00 - Departure by bus to Medulin

15:30 - The Welcoming Speech of the Host, the Municipality of Medulin (Medulin, Centar 58, Placa )

15:40 - Reports-Novitates (Chaired by K. Džin, M. Ilkić)

  • 15:40 - Vesna GIRARDI-JURKIĆ, University of Zagreb, Croatian Studies, Zagreb,  Kristina DŽIN, Institute of Social Sciences Ivo Pilar, Zagreb – Centre for Archaeological Research, IRCA, Pula, Aleksandra PAIĆ, Juraj Dobrila University, Pula, Zrinka ETTINGER –STARČIĆ, Lošinj Museum, Mali Lošinj (Croatia) :Vižula near Medulin. Maritime Residential Villa: Investigation Campaign 2011
  • 16:00 - Igor MIHOLJEK, Croatian Conservation Institute, Department of Underwater Archaeology, Zagreb (Croatia) : Underwater Archaeological Research of Vižula Peninsula in 2011
  • 16:15 - Presentation of the Brochure «Vižula, the hidden World of Antiquity» (R. Kuharić, V. Girardi Jurkić, K. Džin)  
  • 16:30 - Rita AURIEMMA, Università del Salento, Dipartimento di Beni Culturali, Lecce (Italy) : Nuovi dati dalla costa Adriatica e Ionica del Salento
  • 16:45 - Paola VENTURA, Soprintendenza per i Beni Archeologici del Friuli Venezia Giulia, Trieste,Valentina  DEGRASSI, ArcheoTest s.r.l., Trieste (Italy) : Nuovi dati sulle strutture portuali di Trieste: gli scavi 2010  nel Park S. Lucia di Trieste                  
  • 17:00 - Ida KONCANI-UHAČ, Archaeological Museum of Istria, Pula (Croatia), Rita AURIEMMA,Università del Salento, Dipartimento di Beni Culturali, Lecce, Dario GADDI, Alfonso CRISTIANO, Alessandra Dell' ANNA, Università di Trieste, Dipartimento di Storia e Cultura dall'Antichità al Mondo Contemporaneo (DISCAM) – Stefano FURLANO, Università di Trieste, Dipartimento di GeoScienze, Trieste (Italy) :The Bay of Savudrija: Harbour and the Coastal Landscape in the Roman Age
  • 17:15 - Luka BEKIĆ, International Centre for Underwater Archaeology in Zadar, Zadar (Croatia) - Recent Underwater Investigations in the Waters of Istria
  • 17:30 - Marie-Brigitte CARRE, Corinne ROUSSE, Centre Camille Jullian, Aix-en-Provence, Francis TASSAUX, Université de Bordeaux 3, Institut Ausonius, Bordeaux (France), Vladimir KOVAČIĆ, The Native Museum of Poreč, Poreč (Croatia) : Loron-Lorun et Busuja-Bossolo, Poreč, Istria. Les campagnes de fouille en  2011

17:45 - Break

18:00 - Reports  (Chaired by: L. Bekić, P. Ventura) 

  • 18:00 - Gulia BOETTO, Université de Provence, Centre Camille Jullian, MCF, Aix-en-Provence (France) - Irena RADIĆ-ROSSI, University of Zadar, Zadar  (Croatia) : International Underwater Investigations in the Bay of Caska on the Island of Pag – 2011 Research Campaign
  • 18:15 - Zrinka ETTINGER STARČIĆ, Lošinj Museum, Mali Lošinj (Croatia) : Underwater Recognition in the Waters of Lošinj and Cres
  • 18:30 - Morana ČAUŠEVIĆ-BULLY, Université Paris Est – EA 2352, Paris, Sébastien BULLY,CNRS, UMR ARTeHIS, Dijon-Auxerre (France) : Sanctus Petrus di Nimbis (Ilovik), une station maritime majeure entre l'Antiquité et le Moyen-Âge        
  • 18:45 - Giovanni DISTEFANO, Giusy VENTURA,  Universitá della Calabria, Calabria (Italy) : Riparare e navigare. Un falegname a bordo ? Utensili dal relitto delle colonne di Camarina, II sec. D.C.
  • 19:00 - Mato ILKIĆ, University of Zadar, Department of Archaeology, Zadar (Croatia), Mladen PEŠIĆ, International Centre for Underwater Archaeology in Zadar, Zadar (Croatia) : Roman Port at the Site of Bošan near Biograd na Moru
  • 19:15 - Igor MIHAJLOVIĆ, Croatian Conservation Institute, Department of Underwater Archaeology, Zagreb (Croatia) : Antique Shipwreck with Sarcophagi near Sutivan on the Island of Brač
  • 19:30 - Josipa BARAKA, University of Zadar, Department of Archaeology, Zadar (Croatia) : A Contribution to the Knowledge of Topography of the Islands of Ugljan and Pašman in Late Antiquity
  • 19:45 - Hrvoje MANENICA, Narona Archaeological Museum, Vid (Croatia) : Antique Maritime Site in Neretva River Basin
  • 20:00 - Zrinka SERVENTI, University of Zadar, Department of History,  Zadar (Croatia) : The Importance of the Islands of Ilovik and Sveti Petar for the Sea Route Along the Adriatic Coast in the Light of Recent Investigations
  • 20:15 - Vesna ZMAIĆ, Croatian Conservation Institute, Department of Underwater Archaeology, Zagreb (Croatia) : Shipwrecks with Byzantine Finds in the Eastern Adriatic

Discussion

21:00 - Dinner given by the Organiser

FRIDAY, 25 November 2011 – morning

8:30 - Reports (Ceremonial Hall “Tone Peruško” of Juraj Dobrila University in Pula, I. Matetića Ronjgova 1) (Chaired by: I. Radić-Rossi, G. Rosada) 

  • 8:30 - Boris KAVUR, University of Primorska, Science and Research Centre of Koper, Institute for Mediterranean Heritage, Koper, Miren ERIČ, Institute for the Protection of Cultural Heritage, Ljubljana (Slovenia) : Seafaring in the Stone Age
  • 8:45 Juraj Dobrila University in Pula, Pula (Croatia) :Istria on the Map of Prehistoric Sea RoutesKlara BURŠIĆ-MATIJAŠIĆ,
  • 9:00 - Ivančica PAVIŠIĆ, Institute of Archaeology, Zagreb (Croatia) : Roads and Communications Running Through the River Valleys of Northwestern Croatia in the Bronze Age
  • 9:15 - Vassiliki GAGGADIS-ROBIN, Université de Provence, Centre Camille Jullian, MMSH,  Aix-en-Provence (France) : Questions concerning the Mythological Vessel Argo
  • 9:30 - Martina BLEČIĆ KAVUR, University of Rijeka, Faculty of Philosophy, Rijeka (Croatia) : Navigation along Caput Adriae or Navigation Arround the World?
  • 9:45 - Zlatko ĐUKIĆ, Josip Juraj Strossmayer University, Faculty of Philosophy, Osijek (Croatia) : Trade Navigation and Pertinent Relations in the Antiquity
  • 10:00 - Zdenko BRUSIĆ, Zadar (Croatia) : Pithoi Route
  • 10:15 - Goranka LIPOVAC VRKLJAN, Institute of Archaeology, Zagreb (Croatia) : Trade Destinations of Ceramic Products from Crikvenica in Northern Liburnia; Examples of Local Sea Routes
  • 10:30 - Sineva KUKOČ, University of Zadar, Department of Archaeology, Zadar (Croatia) : The Concept of Seafaring in Visual Arts and Religion of Adriatic Cultures in the 1st Millennium BC
  • 10:45 - Klara De DECKER , Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Institut für Klassische Archäologie und Frühchristliche Archäologie, Münster (Germany) : Aryballoi aus Bronze. Eine Seehandelsware über die Jahrhunderte hinaus

11:00 - Dicussions

11:15 - Reports (Chaired by: V. Gaggadis-Robin, A. Rendić-Miočević)     

  • 11:15 - Bruna KUNTIĆ-MAKVIĆ, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Philosophy, Department of History, Zagreb (Croatia) : Naval Campaigns of Demetrius of Pharos
  • 11:30 - Maja MIŠE, University of Split, Faculty of Philosophy, Department of the History of Arts, Split (Croatia) :Trade Contacts between the Two Adriatic Coasts at the Beginning of the Hellenistic Period
  • 11:45 - Exhlale DOBRUNA – SALIHU, Institute of Albanology, Prishtina (Kosovo) : The Importance of the navigable Route of Danuvius (Danube) for the Import of Sculptures in Dardania in the Roman Period
  • 12:00 - : Underwater Topography of the «Littoral of Narona» in the AntiquitySmiljan GLUŠČEVIĆ, Archaeological Museum in Zadar, Zadar (Croatia)
  • 12:15 - Ante RENDIĆ-MIOČEVIĆ, Archaeological Museum, Zagreb (Croatia) : A Few Helpful Hints on River Navigation and Traffic and on the Veneration of Rivers and  River Divinities in the Croatian Part of the Roman Province of Pannonia in Roman Times
  • 12:30 - Naser FERRI, University of Prishtina, Institute of Albanology, Prishtina (Kosovo) : Epigraphic Evidence of Navigation and of the Veneration of Water Divinities in Upper Moesia
  • 12:45 - Vesna GIRARDI-JURKIĆ, University of Zagreb, Croatian Studies, Zagreb (Croatia) : Antique Cults as Patrons of Seafaring and Seafarers in Istria
  • 13:00 - Kornelia A. GIUNIO, Archaeological Museum in Zadar, Zadar (Croatia) : Isis – the Sea Star and the Ceremony of Navigatiun Isidis

Discussion

13:30 - Break

FRIDAY, 25 November 2011 – afternoon

14:15 - Meeting of the International Council of the IRC for Archaeology, Brijuni – Medulin

14:30 - Reports (Chaired by: A. Kurilić, F. Tassaux)   

  • 14:30 - Jasmina OSTERMANN, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Philosophy, Department of History,Zagreb (Croatia) : Seafaring in the Early Period of the Ancient Middle East: Finds and Written Evidence
  • 14:45 - Eva Katarina GLAZER, Danijel ŠTRUKLEC, University of Zagreb, Croatian Studies, Zagreb     (Croatia) : Solomon's Navy in the Context of Naval and Trade Connections in the Area of Southern Levant in the Iron Agež
  • 15:00 - Tamas BEZECZKY, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Institute for Studies of Ancient Culture, Vienna (Austria) : Ephasian Wine Trade in the Mediterranean 
  • 15:15 - Aleksandra NIKOLOSKA, Skopje (Macedonia) : Navis Salvia and the Sea Voyage of Magna Mater to Rome
  • 15:30 - Inga VILOGORAC-BRČIĆ, University of Split, Faculty of Philosophy, Split (Croatia) : Navisalvia, the Savior of a Ship Carring Holy Objects of Mother of Gods
  • 15:45 - Janusz RECKAW, University of Warsawa, Center for Research on the Antiquity of Southeastern Europe, Warszawa  (Poland) : Portus Rhizonicus
  • 16:00 - Marija BUZOV, Institute of Archaeology, Zagreb (Croatia) : Is the Island of Mljet – Melita in Dalmatia the Island where St. Paul Shipwrecked?
  • 16:15 - Marina ŠEGVIĆ, Zagreb (Croatia) : With Cash from Island to Island – Numismatic Evidence

16:30 - Break

16:45 - Reports (Chaired by: A. Nikoloska, S. Gluščević) 

  • 16:45 - Vlasta BEGOVIĆ, Institute of Archaeology, Zagreb (Croatia), Ivančica SCHRUNK, University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, Minnesota 55105 (USA) : The Role of Maritime Villas for the Seafaring on the Adriatic
  • 17:00 - Zrinka BULJEVIĆ, Archaeological Museum, Split  (Croatia) : Small Glass Ship from Salona
  • 17:15 - Lucijana ŠEŠELJ, University of Zadar, Department of History, Zadar (Croatia)e-Mail: lseselj@unizd.hr) : Antique Maritime Sanctuaries
  • 17:30 - Jasminka ĆUS-RUKONIĆ, Cres Museum, Cres (Croatia) : Antique Sea Rutes and Ports in the Waters of the Islands Cres and Lošinj
  • 17:45 - Mate PARICA, University of Zadar, Faculty of Philosophy, Department of Archaeology, Zadar (Croatia) : Port Facilities of Antique Stone Quarries and Shipwrecks with Stone Cargo along the Dalmatian Coast
  • 18:00 - Marin BUOVAC, Archaeological Museum, Zadar (Croatia) : Naumachiae in Roman Amphitheatres –  A Myth or Reality?
  • 18:15 - Branko KIRIGIN, Archaeological Museum Splitu, Split  (Croatia) : Expedition Faros – Paros – Faros 2003

Discussion 

20:30 - Dinner  given by the Organiser

SATURDAY, 26 November 2011

7:45 - Departure by bus to Rovinj – Rovigno

8:45 - The welcoming Speech of the Host, the Town of Rovinj – Rovigno (Centre for Historical Research – Centro di richerche storiche, Trg Mateotti 13)

9:00 - Reports (Chaired by: G. Radossi , E. Marin,V. Girardi Jurkić, K. Džin, M. Budicin)

  • 9:00 - Guido ROSADA, Marco ZABEO, University of Padua, Department of Archaeology, Antique Topography, Padua (Italy) : ..stagna ... inrigua aestibus maritimis. Sulla laguna di Venezia ovvero su un comprensorio a morfologia variabile; G. Rosada, Le fonti e la Venetia pliniana; M. Zabeo, Archeologia e topografia della Laguna di Venetia
  • 9:15 - Siniša BILIĆ-DUJMUŠIĆ, University of Zadar, Faculty of Philosophy,  Zadar (Croatia) : Taciti ... miracula cursus (The Wonder of Silent Navigation), Luc., Phars. 4.42
  • 9:30 - Corinne ROUSSE, Université de Provence , Centre Camille Jullian, MCF,  Aix-en- Provence, Giulia BOETTO,  Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), Centre Camille Jullian,  Aix-en-Provence (France) :Traditions régionales d'architecture navale dans le nord de l'Adriatique à l'époque romaine
  • 9:45 - Pascal ARNAUD, Université Lyon 2, Maison de l'Orient et de la Méditerranée, Lyon (France) : A la rame ou à la voile? Mode de propulsion des navires et formes du commerce maritime dans l'Antiquité
  • 10:00 - Ida KONCANI UHAČ, Archaeological Museum of Istria, Pula, Marko UHAČ, Ministry of Culture of the Repiublic od Croatia, Departement of Conservation of Pula, Pula (Croatia) : Prehistoric boat from Zambratija Cove – The first Campagne of Exploration 
  • 10:15 - Baltassarre GIARDINA, Archemilia S.A.S., Bologna (Italy) : Navigare necesse est: il faro tra mondo antico e alto medioevo: architettura, iconografia e valore politico tramite le fonti antiche e le evidenze archeologiche
  • 10:30 - Smiljan GLUŠČEVIĆ, Archaeological Museum, Zadar (Croatia), Darija GROSMAN, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Philosophy, Department for Archaeology, Ljubljana (Slovenia) : An Interpretation of Aerial Photos of Underwater Sites in an Area of the Waters of Zadar
  • 10:45 - Anamarija KURILIĆ, University of Zadar, Department of History, Zadar (Croatia) : Roman Naval Camps in the Eastern Adriatic

11:00 - Break

11:30 - Presentation of «La côte du Parentin dans l'Antiquité» in the presence of Jean Marc Cassam Chenai, the Advisor for Cooperation and Cultural Affairs of the Director of the French Institute of the Embassy of  the French Republic in Zagreb (F. Tassaux,  R. Matijašić, M.B. Carre, V. Kovačić, V. Girardi Jurkić, K. Džin)

12:30 - Reports (Chaired by: C. Rousse, M. Jurković)

  • 12:30 - Valentina ZOVKO, University of Zadar, Department of History,  Zadar (Croatia) : Secrets of Medieval Seafarers
  • 12:45 - Ante MILOŠEVIĆ, Museum of Croatian Archaeological Monuments, Split (Croatia) : A Recently Recovered Sword at Koljani near Vrlika Seen in the Light of Contacts with Nordic Countries in the Early Middle Ages
  • 13:00 Igor MIHOLJEK, Croatian Conservation Institute, Department of Underwater Archaeology, Zagreb (Croatia) :The Project „Saint Paul“ – a Shipwreck from the 16th Century AD
  • 13:15 - Danka RADIĆ, Trogir Museum, Trogir, (Croatia) : Maritime Symbolism in Dalmatian Heraldry, Relevant Images on Funerary Slabs and Spoliae
  • 13:30 - Egidio IVETIĆ, Università di Studi di Padova. Dipartimento di Storia, Padova (Italy) :  Maritime Problems with Relations to Venice in the Eastern Adriatic in the 9th century AD
  • 13:45 - Kristina DŽIN, Institute of Social Sciences Ivo Pilar, Zagreb – Centre for Archaeological Research,IRCA, Pula, Irena RADIĆ-ROSSI, University of Zadar, Department of Archaeology, Zadar (Croatia) : Croatia – a Mediterranean Soul; Exhibition on the Maritime Tradition of the Croatian Adriatic

Discussion

Closing speech and closing of the International Archaeological Symposium

  • 15:00 - Visit of the cultural and historical Monuments of Rovinj-Rovigno
  • 18:00  - Closing   B a n q u e t  of the Symposium given by the Host at «Spazio Motika», Rovinj

Lieux

  • HR-52101 Pula (Institut društvenih znanosti Ivo Pilar Zagreb, Centar za arheološka istraživanja - Međunarodni istraživački centar za arheologiju)
    Pula, Croatie

Dates

  • mercredi 23 novembre 2011
  • jeudi 24 novembre 2011
  • vendredi 25 novembre 2011
  • samedi 26 novembre 2011

Fichiers attachés

Mots-clés

  • archéologie navale, archéologie subaquatique, navigation

Contacts

  • Kristina Dzin
    courriel : kristina [dot] dzin [at] pu [dot] t-com [dot] hr

Source de l'information

  • Blandine Nouvel
    courriel : nouvel [at] mmsh [dot] univ-aix [dot] fr

Pour citer cette annonce

« Navigare necesse est : de la préhistoire au haut Moyen Âge », Colloque, Calenda, Publié le lundi 21 novembre 2011, http://calenda.org/206219