II INTERNATIONAL MEETING ON ARCHAEOLOGY OF TRANSITION: THE FUNERARY WORLD
Évora, April 29th to May 1, 2013
He deadline for registration and abstract submission is December 31st 2013 - less than 4 weeks ago away! All authors are encouraged to finalize their submissions as soon as possible.
SUBMISSION INFORMATION (to: email@example.com)
The following describe the details for each of the submissions along with deadlines.
Abstract : maximum 300 words, keywords (maximum 5 words);
Submission deadline: December 31, 2012.
The University of Évora is located in a geographical area where, in the past few years, new funerary sites have been identified and excavated. These sites encompass a wide range of chronological periods and open new horizons over the reality of funerary practises from Prehistory to Medieval times in Portuguese territory. New methodologies have been tested in the field and astonishing results have been obtained on the management of mortuary practises and long term use of funerary spaces.
The Centre for Art History and Artistic Research (CHAIA), in the University of Évora, is pleased to invite all archaeologists, anthropologists and other people interested in presenting their work on the excavation and analysis of sites and remains exhumed from funerary context, in a meeting to be held at Évora from April 29th to May 1, 2013.The event will focus on the discussion of theoretical approaches to funerary archaeology, and new data obtained from archaeological research, particularly focusing on transition and change.
This second international meeting on the Archaeology of Transition focuses on new data obtained from funerary sites, encompassing multiple disciplines contributing to new information on mortuary practices.
1. Funerary Practises in Prehistory
2. Funerary Practises in Roman Classical and Medieval Times
3. Archaeology and Biological Anthropology
4. Spaces and Grave Goods
Registration and enquiries will be addressed to the CHAIA Office:
Ms Carmen Cangarato firstname.lastname@example.org
"Era uma vez no Oeste: entre mortos e vivos na periferia de Tartesso"
Conferência da Prof. Ana Margarida Arruda (FLL/UNIARQ)
19 de Setembro de 2012 - 12h,30
Obra Social de Caja Badajoz (pza. Sto. Somingo, Mérida)
Os trabalhos que estamos a realizar na anta do Velho 1 (Monforte), com alunos de Arqueologia da Universidade de Évora, têm vindo a contribuir para o conhecimento do megalitismo regional, sobretudo a nível da arquitetura.
Na sequência da aprovação do Erasmus Mundus master na área da Arqueologia - ARCHAEOLOGICAL MATERIALS SCIENCES a Universidade de Évora vai leccionar um semestre de especialização sobre o Megalitismo do sul de Portugal.
A Universidade de Évora, enquanto líder deste projeto tem como principais parceiras a Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, na Grécia, e a Sapienza Università di Roma, de Itália e ainda com participações pontuais de Espanha, França e Itália que darão aulas sobre aspetos específicos e particulares de arqueometria.