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23-25 March 2009

The Boporan Kingdom

Interdisciplinary conference at Sandbjerg Manor, Denmark.

Arranged by The German Archaeological Institute - Eurasia Department & The Danish National Research Foundation's Centre for Black Sea Studies.

 

Read background paper, click here

Programme

 

14-18 September 2009

The Bosporus
Gateway between the Ancient West and East (1st Millennium BC – 5th Century AD)

Arranged by:
Eurasia Institute, Faculty of Letters, Istanbul University.

12 January

Multicultural Encounters in Crimea and Beyond

Full-day seminar, which takes place at Aarhus University, Nobelparken, building 1451, 3. floor, lecture room 318

Please sign up for the arrangement before January 9th to Leif Erik Vaag klalev@hum.au.dk phone: 8942 5404.

download preliminar program here

 21-25 May 2009

10th Bosporan Readings

The Cimmerian Bosporus and barbarian world in the period of Antiquity and the Middel Ages. Actual problems.

 

Arranged by:
Crimean Department of Oriental Studies, Institute Simferopol
Benefient Foundation of Demetra, Kerch
The Kerch State History and Culture reserve.

Conference contact:
Dr.  Viktor N. Zinko
Foundation "Demetra"
Kerch, Post box 4
Ukraine
e-mail: zinko@demetra.ua

 

 

 7-9 May 2009

Sinope - The Results of Fifteen Years of Research.
Internaltional Symposium.

For preliminary programme and other information, consult the symposium website:

www.sinope.bilkent.edu.tr

Other inquaries may be addressed to Dominique Kassab Tezgör, tezgor@bilkent.edu.tr
Read 1st circular

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27-29 November 2008

Pottery, peoples and places: the late Hellenistic period, c. 200-50BC between the Mediterranean and the Black sea

International conference at Sandbjerg Manor House, Denmark,

Read background paper, click here

Preliminar programme, click here

 10-11 November 2008

Transferable cosmologies - cultural exchange between the Baltic and the Black Sea

Seminar in Odense 10-11th November 2008. University of Southern Denmark, Centre for Medieval Studies, Lecture room U43, Campusvej 55, DK-5230 Odense M.
Arranged by The Varangian Network.

Updated information and seminar programme, click here

   23-24 October 2008

Communicating Identity in Italic Iron Age Communities

Copenhagen

Helle W. Horsnæs, The National Museum of Denmark, Helle.Horsnaes@natmus.dk & Margarita Gleba, Centre for Textile Research, mgleba@hum.ku.dk

Updated information, click here

 

27 October 2008

Ukraine seminar (in Danish)

Speakers:

Pia Guldager Bilde (director, DNRCBSS)
Hanne Severinsen (former mp, Venstre)

Kristina Winther Jacobsen (post.doc, DNRCBSS)

Jakob Tolstrup (ph.d.-student, Inst. for Political Science, University of Aarhus)

Morten Munk (honorary consul for Ukraine in Denmark)

download preliminary program (in Danish)

The seminar takes place at Aarhus Universitet, Nobelparken, building 1451, 3. floor, lecture room 318, 5pm - 8pm.

Mafcon – Munk, Andersen & Feilberg generously serves sandwiches and Ukrainian beer after the seminar. Please sign up for the arrangement before October 24th to Leif Erik Vaag klalev@hum.au.dk phone: 8942 5404.

   
23-24 June 2008

2 day seminar:

The Satrapal Residence at Daskyleion and Persian-Local Interactions in Western Anatolia, Thrace and Scythia

Guest lecturers: Deniz Kaptan (Nevada-Reno), Ellen Rehm (Stuttgart), Catherine Draycott (Oxford)

The Danish National Research Foundation’s Centre for Black Sea Studies, University of Aarhus

Building 1415, Room 318, 10-15 PM

Contact: Jens Nieling,  klajn@hum.au.dk

  

Ultimo September 2008

Postponed until 2010

 

Polis and necropolis (funerary rights and types of burials) in the Black Sea area in the 7th-1st centuires BC.

The 12th International Symposium on the Ancient History and Archaeology of the Black Sea Area

Vani

Contact: Dr. D. Kacharava kvirk@access.sanet.ge

10-12 January 2008

Achaemenid Impact in the Black Sea - Communication of Powers in Circumpontic Cultures

Sandbjerg, Denmark

Contact: Jens Nieling, The Danish National Research Foundation’s Centre for Black Sea Studies, University of Aarhus. klajn@hum.au.dk

Background Paper

   
    31 May - 4 June 2008

Paphlagonia and Pontus in Antiquity (7th c. BC - 7th c. AD)

Izmir

Contact: Ergün Lafli elafli@yahoo.ca

 

 

 


27-30 November 2007

 

The Phenomenon of the Bosporan Kingdom: Sacred meaning of Region, Sites, and Objects

St Petersburg

Contact: Marina Vachtina

Abstracts

   

21-25 May 2007

Bosporan Readings VIII: Sanctuaries and Sacred Objects

Kerch

Contact: Viktor Zin'ko

11-13 January 2007 

Mithridates VI and the Pontic Kingdom.

Programme

Background paper

Abstracts

   
   

26-30 October
2006

The Flood in the Black Sea: Science and Mythology
Vani, Bulgaria
Contact: Petko Dimitrov: margeo@io-bas.bg

 

28
September
2006

Mellem Sortehavet og Østersøen
Transformationen fra Barbaricum til kristne kongedømmer 4. til 11. årh. e.Kr.
Invitation

 

25-26 August 2006

Dansk Historikermøde in Copenhagen
Programme: http.//www.historisktidsskrift.dk/
DanskHistorikermoede2006.html

 

1 September 2006

The Centre's moving to new offices

 

20-28 August 2006

The Second Plenary Meeting and Field Trip in Ukraine, Odessa. ICGP 521
http:www.avalon-institute.org/IGCP/meetings.html
Contact: Valentina Yanko-Hombach valyan@avalon-institute.org

 

 

 

20-24 May 2006

VII Bosporan Readings.
"The Cimmerian Bosporus and barbarian world in the period of Antiquity and Middleages."
Kerch, ukraine

January 2006

Meeting of cultures in the Black Sea region: between conflict and coexistence
Denmark
Programme and abstracts

 

 

 

 

 

 

November 
2005

VI Bosporan Readings.
"The Phenomenon of the Bosporan Kingdom. Archaeological and written sources: problems of correspondance".
St. Petersburg, Russia

8
October
2005

Annual meeting of the Black Sea Centre: Dion fra Prusa: En græsk intellektuel mellem Sortehavet og Rom ( in Danish) University of Aarhus Denmark

Programme

 

 

 

 

 

 

September
(second half)
2005

The 11th International Symposium on the Ancient History and Arcaeology of the Black Sea Area
Vani, Georgia
Contact:
kvirk@access.sanet.ge
Background paper

 

 

 

11-18 September 2005

Third International Congress on Black Sea Antiquities.
Prauge, Czeh Republic
http://ukar.ff.cuni.cz/EN/blacksea.html

 

 

 

3-9 July 2005

20th International Congress of Historical Sciences.
Sydney, Australia
http://www.cishsydney2005.org/

 

 

 

20-24
May
2005

VI Bosporan Readings.
"The Cimmerian Bosporus and the barbarian world in the period of Antiquity and Middle Ages.
Periods of destabilizations, catastrophes."
Kerch, Ukraine

 

 

 

11-15 April
2005

XXXVII Settimana DiStudi
Ricchezza del mare. Ricchezza dal mare. Secc. XIII-XVIII

23-26 January 2005

Rome and the Black Sea Region: Domination, Romanization and Resistance
Esbjerg
Denmark
Programme
Background paper

 

 

 

4 December 2004

Annual Meeting of the Center for Black Sea Studies: Mithridates VI: a mad man or a genious? (in danish), University of Aarhus, Denmark
Programme

 

 

 

 

 

 

14-16 October 2004

The Black Sea Region: "Past, Present and Future."
Istanbul, Turkey
http://www.biaa.ac.uk/
blackseaconference/

 

 

 

1-3 October 2004

Golden Treasures of the Dacians. Rumania through 7000 years.
Stockholm, Sweden
contact:
karen.slej@medelhavsmuseet.se

 

 

 

20-22 September
2004

History of Marine Animal Populations. First HMAP-Mediterranean Workshop.
Barcelona, Spain
http://www.hmap.cmrs.dk/Default.asp?ID=1
Programme

 

 

 

31 August - 3 September 2004

Borysthenika.
Conference on the excavations of the antique settlement Olbia on the Berezan Island.
Ochakov, Ukraine

27-29 May 2004

The Black Sea in Antiquity: Regional and Interregional Economic Exchanges
The Sandbjerg Estate in Sønderborg,
Denmark

Programme
Background paper
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

20-24 May 2004

V Bosporan Readings.
"The Cimmerian Bosporus and the barbarian world in the period of Antiquity and Middle Ages."
Kerch, Ukraine

 

 

 

9-12 March
2004

Bosporskij Fenomen III
St. Petersburg, Russia

29 November 2003

Annual Meeting of the Center for Black Sea Studies: Man and Gods by the Coasts of the Black Sea (in danish), University of Aarhus, Denmark
Programme

 

 

 

 

 

 

21-25 October
2003

The Development of the Northern Coin Cabinets from minor Kunstkammer collections into great National Collections, 18. and 19. centuries. (preliminary title)
St. Petersburg, Russia

 


 

 

15-19
September
2003

XIII Congreso Internacional de Numismática
Madrid, Spain

31 August - 3 September 2003

Chora, Catchment and Communications
The Sandbjerg Estate in Sønderborg, Denmark
Programme
Background paper

 

 

 

 

 

 

23-26 August 2003

The XVI International Congress of Classical Archaeology 
Boston, USA

 

 

 

20-23 May 2003

Fourth Bosporan Readings
Kerč, Ukraine

 

 

 

 May 2003

International relations in the Black Sea basin in Ancient and Medieval times
Rostov-on-Don, Russia

4-5 April 
2003

Workshop on marine resources of the Black Sea area
Esbjerg    
Denmark      
                                    
Programme
Background paper

 

 

 

27-29 November 2002

Chronology and chronologies of the Black Sea area 
Denmark

Programme 
Background paper

 

 

 

 

 

 

14-16 November 2002

Les cités grecques, les sociétés indigènes et les empires mondiax dans la région nord-pontique culturelle (VIIe s. av. J.-C. - III s. ap. J.-c.)
Bordeaux, France

 

 

 

15-18 October 2002

The Phenomenon of the Bosporan 
Kingdom: Burials and Sanctuaries
St. Petersburg, Russia

21 September
2002

13:00-17:30

Literary sources for the Black Sea area (Nordic)
Aarhus

Programme in Danish

 

 

 

 

 

 

15-18 July 
2002

Making, moving and managing Hellenistic Economies 2
Liverpool, England

 

 

 

23-26 May 2002

City, Myth and History, 9th Nordic Seminar on Ancient History Helsinki, Finland

 

19 April 
2002
10:00-15:30

Official opening of the Centre
Programme

 

 

 

 

 

 

2-9 September 2001

The Second International Congress on Black Sea Antiquities
Ankara, Turkey

 


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