Thursday, 15 December 2016

Introductory note by Roald F. Docter

Registration

11.00-11.15

First Session. Punic Stamps

Chair: Patrick Monsieur

12.05-14.00

Second Session. Eastern Mediterranean

Chair: Joan Ramon Torres

Coffee Break

Coffee Break

Third Session. North Africa

Chair: Eric Gubel

Conference Dinner

Friday, 16 December 2016

Fourth Session. Sardinia

Chair: Andrea Perugini

Coffee Break

Lunch

Fifth Session. Iberian Peninsula and Balearic Islands

Chair: Wim Broekart

Coffee Break

Coffee Break

Conference Dinner

Saturday, 17 December 2016

Sixth Session. Sicily

Chair: Víctor Martínez Hahnmüller

Coffee Break

Seventh Session. Concluding remarks

Closing act

09.00-10.00

10.00-10.15

15.45-16.00

17.45-18.00

19.30

10.15-10.30

12.30-14.00

16.00-16.15

17.50-18.00

19.30

10.15-10.30

11.00-12.00

Coffee Break

Lunch

12.00

Facultative boat trip

09.00-10.00

09.00-10.00

Coffee Break

Lunch

15.45-16.00

15.45-16.00

19.30

10.15-10.30

12.30-14.00

16.00-16.15

17.50-18.00

17.50-18.00

17.50-18.00

12.00

11.00-12.00

Facultative Boat Trip

Thursday, 15 December 2016

 

Registration

Introductory note

by Roald F. Docter

Keynote Lecture. Amphores phéniciennes puniques: deux décades de recherche

by Joan Ramon Torres

Coffee Break

 

First Session. Punic Stamps

Chair: Patrick Monsieur

¿Marcas comerciales? Estampillas púnicas sobre ánforas

by Luis Alberto Ruiz Cabrero

Punic bilateral stamps with repeated graphemes: new data about a particular series of marks on

Carthaginian amphorae (4th-2nd centuries BC)

by José Ángel Zamora & Antonio Sáez Romero

 

Lunch

 

Second Session. Eastern Mediterranean

Chair: Joan Ramon Torres

Phoenician Amphorae at Tel Akko and Environs

by Ann E. Killebrew, Jolanta Młynarczyk & Jacek Michniewicz

Phoenician amphorae from the late Iron Age settlement at Tell el-Burak: typology, petrography,

content analyses

by Kamal Badreshany, Aaron Schmitt & Evgenia Tachatou

New Evidence on Phoenician amphora types and amphoric inscriptions

by Eric  Gubel

Coffee Break

Torpedo Jars between Levant and Egypt : prototypes and imitations

by Luisa Bonadies & Sylvie Marchand

Phoenician-Punic amphorae from Tebtynis (Egypt), between Mediterranean imports and

local imitation

by Sylvie Marchand & Max Luaces

Levantine-type transport amphorae in Cyprus during the Bronze and Iron Ages: Issues and

Perspectives

by Adriano Orsingher

Coffee Break

 

Third Session. North Africa

Chair: Eric Gubel

Nouvelles données sur les fabriques des amphores puniques provenant de Carthage, Hadrumète

et Utique

by Boutheina Maraoui Telmini

36 shekels of wine to New Carthage. The relationship between Amphora capacity and monetary

standards during the Second Punic War

by Víctor Martínez Hahnmüller

Wine consumption in the Little Syrte between the 5th and 3rd century BCE: the archaeological

evidence

by Sami ben Tahar

 

Conference Dinner

 

Friday, 16 December 2016

 

The analysis of amphoras from Carthaginian settlement assemblages

by Roald F. Docter

Les amphores d’Utique et sa région aux époques phénicienne et punique

by Imed ben Jerbania

 

Fourth Session. Sardinia

Chair: Andrea Perugini

Punic Amphoras from Pani Loriga (Area A)

by Tatiana Pedrazzi

Coffee Break

Ricerche archeologiche subacquee nella Sardegna centro-meridionale: anfore fenicie e puniche,

contesti, forme, contenuti e produzioni

by Ignazio Sanna & Carla del Vais

The Mediterranean exchanges of Neapolis (end of 6th and 4th centuries BC)

by Elisabetta Garau

Amphorae from Sant’Imbenia (Alghero-Sardinia)

by Marco Rendeli, Beatrice de Rosa & Elisabetta Garau

Phoenician and Punic amphoras from the waters of Nora (Sardinia). The recoveries of

Michel Cassien (1978-1984)

by Emanuele Madrigali

 

Lunch

 

Le anfore di Olbia fenicia, greca e punica: quadro complessivo e problemi aperti

by Paola Cavaliere, Rubens D'Oriano & Giuseppe Pisanu

 

Fifth Session. Iberian Peninsula and Balearic Islands

Chair: Wim Broekaert

Punic amphorae in the Northwest coast of the Iberian Peninsula: Origins, distribution

and commercial dynamics

by Eduardo Ferrer Albelda, Josefa Rey Castiñeira, Javier Rodríguez Corral, Antonio Sáez Romero

& Francisco J. García Fernández

The dissemination of the so-called “Late Punic” amphorae from the Circle of the Strait to ancient

Gaul: a trade route which underneath Late Republican phenomena?

by Max Luaces

The amphoras from Baria (Villaricos, Spain)

by Jose Luis López Castro, Carmen Pardo Barrionuevo & Laura Moya Cobos

Coffee Break

Punic amphorae in the interior of the Guadalquivir valley: Origin, distribution and contents

by Francisco J. García Fernández, Eduardo Ferrer Albelda & Violeta Moreno Megías

Amphorae production and trade in the Western Iberia: an overview

by Elisa de Sousa & Ana Margarida Arruda

Ánforas púnicas en contextos menorquines de época postalayótica

by Helena Jiménez Vialás, Fernando Prados Martínez, Joan Carles de Nicolás Mascaró &

Andrés M. Adroher Auroux

Coffee Break

Local production of amphorae in Turdetania during the II Iron Age: A typological, compositional

and commercial study of production and distribution

by Violeta Moreno Megías, Francisco J. García Fernández & Eduardo Ferrer Albelda

Amphorae production in Gadir: an update

by Antonio Sáez Romero

 

Conference Dinner

 

Saturday, 17 December 2016

 

Sixth Session. Sicily

Chair: Víctor Martínez Hahnmüller

From potter's kiln to seafaring: Punic amphorae from underwater western Sicily

by Francesca Oliveri & Maria Pamela Toti

Transport amphorae and the historical space - city - chora - hinterland

by Rebecca Diana Klug

La circolazione anforica nella Palermo punica (fine del VI-metà del III sec. a.C.): nuovi dati emersi

da recenti scavi in area urbana e di necropoli

by Babette Bechtold

Coffee Break

Jars, burials and rituals. Ceramic caskets and funerary boxes in Phoenician mortuary traditions:

new evidence from the excavations on Motya, West Sicily

by Gioacchino Falsone & Paola Sconzo

 

 

Seventh Session. Concluding remarks

Closing act

 

Facultative boat trip

 

 

 

 

 

09.00-10.00

10.00-10.15

 

10.15-11.00

 

11.00-11.15

 

 

 

11.15-11.35

 

11.40-12.00

 

 

 

12.05-14.00

 

 

 

14.00-14.20

 

14.25-15.05

 

 

15.10-15.40

 

15.45-16.00

16.00-16.30

 

16.35-17.05

 

 

17.10-17.40

 

 

17.45-18.00

 

 

 

18.00-18.30

 

 

18.35-18.55

 

 

19.00-19.20

 

 

 

19.30

 

 

 

09.00-9.20

 

09.25-9.45

 

 

 

 

09.50-10.10

 

10.15-10.30

10.30-11.00

 

 

11.05-11.25

 

11.30-12.00

 

12.05-12.25

 

 

 

12.30-14.00

 

14.00-14.30

 

 

 

 

14.35-14.55

 

 

 

15.00-15.30

 

 

15.35-15.55

 

16.00-16.15

16.15-16.35

 

16.40-17.20

 

17.25-17.45

 

 

17.50-18.00

18.00-18.20

 

 

18.25-19.05

 

 

19.30

 

 

 

 

 

09.00-9.20

 

09.25-9.45

 

09.50-10.10

 

 

10.15-10.30

10.30-10.50

 

 

 

 

 

11.00-12.00

 

12.00

 

Thursday, 15 December 2016

 

Registration

Introductory note

by Roald F. Docter

Keynote Lecture. Amphores phéniciennes puniques: deux décades de recherche

by Joan Ramon Torres

Coffee Break

 

First Session. Punic Stamps

Chair: Patrick Monsieur

¿Marcas comerciales? Estampillas púnicas sobre ánforas

by Luis Alberto Ruiz Cabrero

Punic bilateral stamps with repeated graphemes: new data about a particular series of marks on Carthaginian amphorae (4th-2nd centuries BC)

by José Ángel Zamora & Antonio Sáez Romero

 

Lunch

 

Second Session. Eastern Mediterranean

Chair: Joan Ramon Torres

Phoenician Amphorae at Tel Akko and Environs

by Ann E. Killebrew, Jolanta Młynarczyk & Jacek Michniewicz

Phoenician amphorae from the late Iron Age settlement at Tell el-Burak: typology, petrography, content analyses

by Kamal Badreshany, Aaron Schmitt & Evgenia Tachatou

New Evidence on Phoenician amphora types and amphoric inscriptions

by Eric  Gubel

Coffee Break

Torpedo Jars between Levant and Egypt : prototypes and imitations

by Luisa Bonadies & Sylvie Marchand

Phoenician-Punic amphorae from Tebtynis (Egypt), between Mediterranean imports andlocal imitation

by Sylvie Marchand & Max Luaces

Levantine-type transport amphorae in Cyprus during the Bronze and Iron Ages: Issues and Perspectives

by Adriano Orsingher

Coffee Break

 

Third Session. North Africa

Chair: Eric Gubel

Nouvelles données sur les fabriques des amphores puniques provenant de Carthage, Hadrumète et Utique

by Boutheina Maraoui Telmini

36 shekels of wine to New Carthage. The relationship between Amphora capacity and monetary standards during the Second Punic War

by Víctor Martínez Hahnmüller

Wine consumption in the Little Syrte between the 5th and 3rd century BCE: the archaeological evidence

by Sami ben Tahar

 

Conference Dinner

 

Friday, 16 December 2016

 

The analysis of amphoras from Carthaginian settlement assemblages

by Roald F. Docter

Les amphores d’Utique et sa région aux époques phénicienne et punique

by Imed ben Jerbania

 

Fourth Session. Sardinia

Chair: Andrea Perugini

Punic Amphoras from Pani Loriga (Area A)

by Tatiana Pedrazzi

Coffee Break

Ricerche archeologiche subacquee nella Sardegna centro-meridionale: anfore fenicie e puniche, contesti, forme, contenuti e produzioni

by Ignazio Sanna & Carla del Vais

The Mediterranean exchanges of Neapolis (end of 6th and 4th centuries BC)

by Elisabetta Garau

Amphorae from Sant’Imbenia (Alghero-Sardinia)

by Marco Rendeli, Beatrice de Rosa & Elisabetta Garau

Phoenician and Punic amphoras from the waters of Nora (Sardinia). The recoveries of

Michel Cassien (1978-1984)

by Emanuele Madrigali

 

Lunch

 

Le anfore di Olbia fenicia, greca e punica: quadro complessivo e problemi aperti

by Paola Cavaliere, Rubens D'Oriano & Giuseppe Pisanu

 

Fifth Session. Iberian Peninsula and Balearic Islands

Chair: Wim Broekaert

Punic amphorae in the Northwest coast of the Iberian Peninsula: Origins, distribution

and commercial dynamics

by Eduardo Ferrer Albelda, Josefa Rey Castiñeira, Javier Rodríguez Corral,

Antonio Sáez Romero & Francisco J. García Fernández

The dissemination of the so-called “Late Punic” amphorae from the Circle of the Strait to ancient Gaul: a trade route which underneath Late Republican phenomena?

by Max Luaces

The amphoras from Baria (Villaricos, Spain)

by Jose Luis López Castro, Carmen Pardo Barrionuevo & Laura Moya Cobos

Coffee Break

Punic amphorae in the interior of the Guadalquivir valley: Origin, distribution and contents

by Francisco J. García Fernández, Eduardo Ferrer Albelda & Violeta Moreno Megías

Amphorae production and trade in the Western Iberia: an overview

by Elisa de Sousa & Ana Margarida Arruda

Ánforas púnicas en contextos menorquines de época postalayótica

by Helena Jiménez Vialás, Fernando Prados Martínez, Joan Carles de Nicolás Mascaró &

Andrés M. Adroher Auroux

Coffee Break

Local production of amphorae in Turdetania during the II Iron Age: A typological, compositional and commercial study of production and distribution

by Violeta Moreno Megías, Francisco J. García Fernández & Eduardo Ferrer Albelda

Amphorae production in Gadir: an update

by Antonio Sáez Romero

 

Conference Dinner

 

Saturday, 17 December 2016

 

Sixth Session. Sicily

Chair: Víctor Martínez Hahnmüller

 

From potter's kiln to seafaring: Punic amphorae from underwater western Sicily

by Francesca Oliveri & Maria Pamela Toti

Transport amphorae and the historical space - city - chora - hinterland

by Rebecca Diana Klug

La circolazione anforica nella Palermo punica (fine del VI-metà del III sec. a.C.): nuovi dati emersi da recenti scavi in area urbana e di necropoli

by Babette Bechtold

Coffee Break

Jars, burials and rituals. Ceramic caskets and funerary boxes in Phoenician mortuary traditions: new evidence from the excavations on Motya, West Sicily

by Gioacchino Falsone & Paola Sconzo

 

 

Seventh Session. Concluding remarks

Closing act

 

Facultative boat trip

 

 

 

 

 

09.00-10.00

10.00-10.15

 

10.15-11.00

 

11.00-11.15

 

 

 

11.15-11.35

 

11.40-12.00

 

 

 

12.05-14.00

 

 

 

14.00-14.20

 

14.25-15.05

 

 

15.10-15.40

 

15.45-16.00

16.00-16.30

 

16.35-17.05

 

 

17.10-17.40

 

 

17.45-18.00

 

 

 

18.00-18.30

 

 

18.35-18.55

 

 

19.00-19.20

 

 

 

19.30

 

 

 

09.00-09.20

 

09.25-09.45

 

 

 

 

09.50-10.10

 

10.15-10.30

10.30-11.00

 

 

11.05-11.25

 

11.30-12.00

 

12.05-12.25

 

 

 

12.30-14.00

 

14.00-14.20

 

 

 

 

14.25-14.55

 

 

 

15.00-1530

 

 

15.35-15.55

 

16.00-16.15

16.15-16.35

 

 

16.40-17.20

 

17.25-17.45

 

 

17.50-18.00

18.00-18.20

 

 

18.25-19.05

 

 

19.30

 

 

 

 

 

09.00-09.20

 

09.25-09.45

 

09.50-10.10

 

 

10.15-10.30

10.30-10.50

 

 

 

 

 

11.00-12.00

 

12.00