Poster Session

Archaeology of Iberia: State of the Field 2014:

List of Poster Titles, Presenters and Contact Information

 

Painted Jar from Cartagena Museum. Image by Linda Gosner.
Painted Jar from Cartagena Museum. Image by Linda Gosner.

“Roman network communications at the Iberian Peninsula: The Northwest of Hispania, an example of territorial organization”
Patricia A. Argüelles Alvarez (Oviedo University)
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“Recent research at the roman theater of Gades (Cádiz, Spain)”
Juan de Dios Borrego de la Paz (University of Córdoba)
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“Medieval Cookware from Nájera (La Rioja): Is that Kosher?”
Scott de Brestian (Central Michigan University), Victor M. Mártinez (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
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“Megalithism in Monforte (Alentejo, Portugal): The Cluster of Rabuje and its Surroundings Between the Fourth and Third Millennia BCE”
Rui Boaventura (University of Lisbon), Bridget Mohr (AMEC Earth and Environmental)
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“Archaeological Intra-Site Surface Prospection: The Cerro do Cavaco Settlement and the II Iron Age in Tavira, Portugal”
Celso Candeias (Tavira City Council/University of the Algarve)
[email protected]_tavira.pt

“Artificial Cave Necropolis of Los Algarbes (Tarifa, Cadiz). The Continuity of the Funerary Landscape in the Area of the Strait of Gibraltar”
Vicente Castañeda Fernández (University of Cádiz), Iván García Jiménez (Conjunto Arqueológico de Baelo Claudia), Fernando Prados Martínez (University of Alicante), Yolanda Costela Muñoz (University of Cádiz)
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“Architectural Decoration of the Colony Augusta Firma Astigi (Écija, Spain)”
Ana María Felipe Colodrero (University of Córdoba)
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“Ampuritan gastronomies: food, cuisines and identities in Empúries, North Catalonia (5th-4th centuries BC)”
Ana Delgado (Universitat Pompeu Fabra), Meritxell Ferrer (Stanford University)
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“The Roman siege of Numantia, north-eastern Spain: Revising the famous work by Adolf Schulten”
Mike Dobson (University of Exeter), Fernando Morales Hernández
M.J.[email protected]; [email protected]

“East meets West. Investigating the reciprocal influence of east and west in the Roman geometric mosaics of Portugal and Turkey. A comparative study”
Maria J. Duran Kremer (History of Art Institute (FCSH-UNL)), Mustafa Şahin (Uludag University Bursa), Maria de Fátima Abraços (Association for the Study and Preservation of Ancient Mosaic in Portugal), Licínia Nunes Correia Wrench (History of Art Institute (FCSH-UNL), Derya Şahin (Uludag University Bursa), Hazal Citakoglu (Uludag University Bursa)
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“Between the boundaries: Problems and perspectives of the regio Baeturia”
Sergio España-Chamorro (Complutense University of Madrid), Estefanía Alba Benito Lázaro (Complutense University of Madrid)
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“‘Oppida of ancient Latium’. About the Latin colonization process in Hispania Citerior under Roman Republic”
David Espinosa Espinosa (UNED A Coruña)
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“Ammaia, geophysical survey of a Roman town in Lusitania”
Paul Johnson (University of Nottingham)
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“Ceramic Production and Exchange between 750 and 550 BC at the Phoenician colony of El Castillo de Doña Blanca (El Puerto de Santa María, Cádiz)”
Philip Johnston (Harvard University)
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“Portuguese Historical Archaeology and heritage management in the 21st century: a critical approach”
Rui Gomes Coelho (Binghamton University)
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“Archaeologiae Plus Ultra. On internationalization of Spanish Archaeologies”
Iván Fumadó Ortega (Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology)
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“Carthaginian Imperialism in Iberia”
Joseph Kurz (Brown University)
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“Mérida Capital of Roman Lusitania and its Musealization”
Christina Lopes, Miguel Amigo
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“Consumption, Hybrid Practices and Power Entanglements in Southwestern Iberia Between the 9th-6th Centuries BC”
Beatriz Marín-Aguilera (Complutense University of Madrid)
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“Classification Systems with a Plot: Vessel Forms and Ceramic Classification Systems in the Spanish Atlantic”
Kathryn L. Ness (Boston University)
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“Contributions on the Implementation of the Atrium Domus in Baetica (Hispania)”
Alberto Romero Molero (Autonomous University of Madrid)
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“The Second Century A.D.: A Shift Between Growth and Urban Crisis in Hispania”
Diego Romero Vera (University of Córdoba)
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“Foreign traditions, local changes. Imitations of Hellenistic and Roman Pottery in the Iberian Peninsula (IV B.C. – I A.D.)”
Carmen María Sánchez Moral (Autonomous University of Madrid)
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“Archaeology of historical landscapes in the European Middle Ages: innovative and interdisciplinary approach using southeastern of Spain as sample area”
Julia Sarabia Bautista (University of Padua – University of Alicante)
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“The settlement on the Monte da Nora (Terrugem, Portugal) – Mobility, cultural diversity and the change of economy in the Augustan period”
Thomas Schierl (Bonn University)
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“The Castelinho das Mouros (Alcoutim, Portugal) and the ‘casas fuertes’ of southern Portugal and Spain – New approaches to an archaeology of a changing landscape”
Thomas Schierl (Bonn University), Felix Teichner (Philipps University Marburg), Gerald Grabherr (University of Innsbruck), Alexandra Gradim (Alcoutim Council)
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“Archaeology and Identity in Laietani territory (2nd – 1st C. BC)”
Alejandro G. Sinner (University of Barcelona)
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“Survey on Isla del Rey: A Diachronic Analysis of Menorca’s Hospital Island”
Alexander Smith (Brown University), Jonathan Ruane (Boston University), Meredith Anderson Langlitz (Boston University)
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“Shortfalls and future prospects for the study of Atlantic Rock Art in Iberia”
Joana Valdez-Tullett (University of Southampton/CEAAP)
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“Talking vases in urban contexts: the construction of Iberian aristocratic identity”
Antonio Vizcaíno Estevan (University of València)
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