31
May
2019

Congress / Symposium

6th International Numismatic and Economic Conference: Pecunia Omnes Vincit

The conference concerns address a full spectrum of topics:
— Micro and macroeconomics in the ancient and medieval world.
— Currency system, coin production, and circulation.
— Trade and economic integration.
— Commercial transactions and markets.
— Iconography, identity, and propaganda. 
— Coins in an archaeological context and literary sources.
The Conference is addressed to students and Ph.D. students of archaeology, history and other related sciences. In the previous editions, the young scholars from Austria, Bulgaria, Hungary, Latvia, Italy, Turkey, Poland and UK took part.

Presentations of 20 minutes of doctoral and student projects will be presented in English. The Conference fee is 20 EUR. During the conference, there will be a possibility of visiting the Numismatic Collection of Emeryk Hutten-Czapski Museum. Accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings.

May 31, 2019 - June 1, 2019
Institute of Archaeology, Jagiellonian University / Krakow, Poland
06
Jun
2019

Congress / Symposium

The Archaeology of Cyprus and the Wider Mediterranean: A Conference in Honour of A. Bernard Knapp

Over more than 40 years from the late 1970s to the present day, A. Bernard Knapp has become a key and defining voice in the scholarship on prehistoric Cyprus and the wider Mediterranean. He is the author, co-author, or editor of 24 books and numerous articles, book chapters and reviews, and is the co-editor of the leading Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology, which he founded in 1988. Notable as a scholar combining ancient Near Eastern textual expertise with a focus on the Bronze Age archaeology of Cyprus and the eastern Mediterranean, starting with his Berkeley PhD dissertation of 1979, ‘A Re-examination of the Interpretation of Cypriote Material Culture in the MCII-LCI Period in the Light of Textual Data’, Knapp has ranged from an early focus especially on the Bronze Age and issues around Cypriot archaeometallurgy and trade, to take on the entire prehistory of Cyprus from earliest times (The Archaeology of Cyprus from Earliest Prehistory through the Bronze Age, 2013), as well as the wider history and archaeology of the prehistoric Mediterranean world, and a range of topics in archaeological theory. Most recently, Knapp has engaged with the maritime archaeology of the east Mediterranean in his 2018 volume: Seafaring and Seafarers in the Bronze Age Eastern Mediterranean. In between, he has also co-directed two leading archaeological survey projects on Cyprus, the Sydney Cyprus Survey Project (published 2003) and the Troodos Archaeological and Environmental Survey Project (published 2013).

We meet as appropriate in Nicosia, Cyprus, to celebrate Bernard Knapp’s extraordinary and productive career which has come to define many aspects of the prehistory of Cyprus and the Mediterranean. The workshop—entitled The Archaeology of Cyprus and the Wider Mediterranean: A Conference in Honour of A. Bernard Knapp—is organized by Sturt Manning (Cornell University) in collaboration with Vasiliki Kassianidou (Archaeological Research Unit, University of Cyprus) and Lindy Crewe (Cyprus American Archaeological Research Institute). It will take place at the Archaeological Research Unit of the University of Cyprus, 12 Gladstone Street, 1095 Nicosia, CYPRUS and is open to those who wish to attend.

June 6, 2019 - June 7, 2019
9 a.m.
Archaeological Research Unit, University of Cyprus / Glastonos 12, Nicosia, Cyprus
13
Jun
2019

Congress / Symposium

16th Meeting on Postgraduate Cypriot Archaeology

June 13, 2019 - June 15, 2019
Humboldt University of Berlin / Berlin, Germany