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Annual conference on underwater archaeology of the DEGUWA e.v. IN POSEIDON S REALM XVIII March 15, 2013 to March 17, 2013 in cooperation with the kelten römer museum manching - Branch museum of the Archaeological

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Annual conference on underwater archaeology of the DEGUWA e.v. IN POSEIDON S REALM XVIII March 15, 2013 to March 17, 2013 in cooperation with the kelten römer museum manching - Branch museum of the Archaeological State Collection Munich - Im Erlet 2, D Manching The Topic of the conference will be Navigare necesse est, vivere non est necesse - The providing of Rome and its provinces with food, commodities and soldiers. Logistics of the Roman Empire and the Roman fleets - Programme Wednesday / Thursday, March 13/14, 2013 Managing Underwater Heritage and Archaeology (Seminar language will be German) Under Protectorate of Friday, March 15, Tour through wall and oppidum Manching Dr. Wolfgang David Social and cultural programme: 9:30-11:15 9:00 Departure with bus from kelten und römer museum manching 2. The find spot of the ships from Oberstimm and his hydrographic involvement in the Roman period Honorary major and freeman of Manching Albert Huch, Dr. Ronald Bockius, Dr. Wolfgang David, Markus Wittköpper 11:30 13:15 11:15 Departure with bus from kelten und römer museum manching 13:15-14:45 Invitation to an originial Bavarian snack ( bayerische Brotzeit ) at Gasthof Euring Oberstimm 14:45 Return with bus to kelten und römer museum manching 3. Cooking like the old Romans Dr. Anette Böhm, Römerlein-express 15:00-18:00 Kitchen of kelten und römer museum manching (Limited participation) Meeting point: Foyer kelten und römer museum manching 4. Kolloquium The ships from Oberstimm Questions about conservation, construction and function. Dr. Ronald Bockius, Prof. Dr. Christoph Schäfer, Markus Wittköpper 15:00-18:00 Exhibition at kelten römer museum manching Meeting point: Shiphall 17:45 Photosession at the Shiphall 18:00-18:30 Coffee break 5. Guidance through kelten und römer museum manching Dr. Wolfgang David and scientific officers from the museum 18:30-20:00 Meeting point: Foyer kelten und römer museum manching 20:00-20:30 Registration Place: Conference office at foyer of kelten und römer museum manching 6. Delicious things from the Roman kitchen according to Cato d.ä., Columella and Apicius Römerlein-express and DEGUWA-Team 20:30 Reception at the foyer of the kelten und römer museum manching --* *------*-----*------*------*------*------* * *------*-----*-- Saturday, March 16, 2013 Place: Conference office at the foyer of kelten und römer museum manching 8:00-8:30 Registration Academic Part: Lectures I Place: Auditorium of kelten und römer museum manching 8:45 Adress of welcome Wolfgang David, Director kelten und römer museum manching Christoph Börker, President of DEGUWA Session 1: Early period (Roman Kingdom) and Roman Republic 9:00-10:30 Chair: Christoph Börker Clarissa Belardelli Die überfluteten und an der Küste gelegenen Plätze frühgeschichtlicher Zeit nördlich Roms. (The drowned and coastal places of the early period north of Rome.) Julia Daum Pyrgi und seine Nachbarn Der Wandel der tyrrhenischen Häfen in etruskisch-römischer Zeit. (Pyrgi and his neighbours - The change of Tyrrhenic harbours in the Etruscan-Roman period.) Jonas Enzmann The shift of trade routes across the English Channel during the Roman expansion in Western Europe. 10:30-11:00 Coffee 11:00-12:30 Michele Stefanile Lead ingot cargoes from Carthago Nova to Rome. Some remarks on the presence of people from Campania in the exploitation of Iberian mines. Justin Leidwanger Integrating an Empire: Maritime Trade and Agricultural Supply in Roman Cyprus. Constantin Müller Ägyptisches Getreide für Rom. Nahrungs- und Machtquelle. (Egyptian grain for Rome. Resource of food and power.) 12:30-12:45 Discussion 12:45-14:30 Lunch break Session 2: Early and Middle Roman Iron Age 14:30-16:30 Chair: Wolfgang David Massimo Capulli Ships of Aquileia. Underwater Archaeological Research for the study of marine and inside routes in the Upper Adriatic Sea. Jean-Yves Blot Sonia Bombico Historical and marine context of a Ceramics assemblage in a Shipwreck at Cortiçais (Peniche, Portugal): a glimpse into the early Imperial Roman Atlantic trade. Gil Gambash Caesarea Maritima and the Grand Strategy of the Roman Empire. Octavian Bounegru Roman transport schips in the Marcomanic Wars on the Lower Danube limes. 16:30-16:45 Discussion 16:45-17:15 Coffee Session 3: Late Roman Iron Age and Late Antiquity 17:15-18:45 Chair: Christoph Schäfer Thomas Schmidts, Die gallischen Schiffseigner und der römische Staat. (The Gallic ship owners and the Roman state.) Igor Mihajlović, Sutivan, a Roman period shipwreck with cargo of sarcophagi and stone. Norbert Hanel Peter Rothenhöfer Michael Bode Andreas Hauptmann Britannisches Blei auf dem Weg nach Rom Die Metallversorgung der Metropole am Beginn der Herrschaft des L. Septimius Severus. (Britannic plumb on the way to Rome The provision of the metropolis with metal at the beginning of the rule of L. Septimus Severus.) 18:45-19:00 Discussion 19:15 Press Conference 20:00-21:00 Evening presentation Ronald Bockius Warengattungen und Ladekapazitäten. Überlegungen zu den Besonderheiten römischer Handelsschiffe im Mittelmeer und den römischen Provinzen. 21:00 Reception at the foyer of the kelten und römer museum manching --* *------*-----*------*------*------*------* * *------*-----*-- Sunday, March 17, 2013 Academic Part: Lectures II Place: Auditorium of kelten und römer museum manching Session 3: Late Roman Iron Age and Late Antiquity (Continuation) 9:00-10:30 Chair: Ronald Bockius Katerina Dellaporta SYRNA I : a III c. AD coins shipwreck. Igor Miholjek, Luka Maljić The Shallows of Lučnjak: An Adriatic Shipwrecking Point through the Centuries. Martina Čechová Food-supply from Tauric Cherson in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages: Products and Transportation. 10:30-10:45 Discussion 10:45-11:15 Coffee Session 4: Current studies and miscellanea 11:15-12:15 Chair: Hanz Günter Martin Vesna Zmaik Medieval Byzantine shipwrecks in the Eastern Adriatic. Mike Belasus Das Pilotprojekt Bedrohtes Bodenarchiv Nordsee. (The pilot scheme Threatened bottom - archive North Sea ) 12:15 14:15 Lunch break Session 4: Current studies and miscellanea (Continuation) 14:15-15:15 Chair: Hanz Günter Martin Eva Kareli Reconstructing the Bremen Eke. Leon Ziemer Vom Seeungeheuer verfolgt? Zwischen Fiktion und Realität der Gefahr zu hoher See. (Chased by a sea monster? Between fiction and reality of danger at sea.) 15:15-15:45 Discussion Closing words Subject to alterations. Wir weisen darauf hin, dass während der gesamten Veranstaltung zur Eigennutzung und nicht kommerziellen Zwecken Video- und Fotoaufnahmen erstellt werden. 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