Oxford (New College) – Crossing the Mountains – Conference

ARCH is a collaborative project between CSAD at the University of Oxford, the Bibliothèque nationale de France (BnF) in Paris and the Department of Archaeology at the University of Valencia, to create an online portal for Greek coinage.

To mark the launch of Greek coinage online Andrew Meadows will be hosting a conference at  New College this March.

Programme :

Crossing the Mountains

Communities, identities and mobilities across the Pyrenees
(5th-1st century B.C.)

28-29 March 2022

New College – Oxford

 

DAY 1 (AM)

9.00-9.15. Andrew Meadows et al. – Welcome.

9.15-9.40. Pierre Moret – Introduction. The Pyrenees in the Greek and Roman representations of Western Europe, from Herodotus to Pliny the Elder

 

Session 1. Cultures and identities

Chairman:

9.50. Noemí Moncunill Martí, Coline Ruiz Darasse – A duobus Pyrenaei promunturiis. Writing and literacy on both sides of the Pyrenees

10.15. Philippe Gardes, Oriol Olesti, Xabier Peñalver – Settlement patterns around the Pyrenees: from the Ebro valley to the Aquitan Isthmus (VI-I a.C.)

10.40. Discussions

11.00. Pause

11.20. Silvia Alfayé, Sonia Machause, Consuelo Mata, Réjane Roure – Iron Age sacred spaces and ritual practices on both sides of the Pyrenees (5th-1st centuries BC)

11.35. Anaïs Cheuton, Barbara Armbruster – Personal ornaments between Atlantic and Mediterranean, a case study: the gold torcs from the Toulouse area. Typological, technological and archaeometrical approaches

12.00. Discussions

12.15. Lunch break

 

Session 2. Networks, circulations and conquest

Chairman:

14.30. Alexandre Bertaud, Raimon Graells i Fabregat – Warfare networks through the Pyreneans from 5th to 1stcentury BC

14.55. François Cadiou – The Pyrenees in the wars of Republican Rome (3rd-1st century BC)

14.20. Discussions

15.35. Carles Padrós, Oihane Mendizabal, Elena Torregaray – New contributions on the beginnings of the Roman occupation of the Pyrenees: the role of the roads

15.50. Laurent Callegarin, François Réchin, Benoît Pace – Settlement and circulation in the western Pyrenean areas (2nd century BC – 2nd century AD)

16.15. Discussions

 

DAY 2 (AM)

Session 3. Metals and measures

Chairman:

9.00. Pere Pau Ripollès, Manuel Gozalbes, Alejandro Peña, Francisco Onielfa – Monedaiberica.org (MIB)

9.25. Emmanuelle Meunier, Argitxu Beyrie, Jean-Marc Fabre – Mining in the Pyrenean area between the 5th and 1st centuries BC

9.50. Thibaud Poigt – Weighing practices on both sides of the Pyrenees during the Iron Age

10.15. Discussions

10.30. Pause

11.00. Charles Parisot-Sillon –Monetary activities, metallic circulations and connectivity on both sides of the Pyrenees (2nd-1st centuries BC)

11.25. Eneko Hiriart, Élodie Paris, Vincent Geneviève – Coinages and monetary dynamics between the Ebro and the Charente

11.50. Discussions and conclusions

 

 

The Organizing Committee

Andrew Meadows, Frédérique Duyrat, Eneko Hiriart, Charles Parisot-Sillon, Pere Pau Ripollès


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