Lansare de carte # 18 mai 2022

Centrul de Istorie Comparată a Societăților Antice vă invită la lansarea volumului de studii

In Africa et in Moesia. Frontières du monde romain. Partager le patrimoine de l’Afrique du Nord et du Bas Danube

Evenimentul este organizat de Facultatea de Istorie și CEREFREA Villa Noël a Universității din București, în parteneriat cu CICSA, Universitatea din Sousse (Tunisia) împreună cu Laboratorul de cercetare « Occupation du sol, peuplement et modes de vie dans le Maghreb antique et médiéval » și Comisia Națională a României pentru UNESCO.

Vor lua cuvântul:

coordonatorii volumului – Abdellatif Mrabet și Florica (Bohîlțea) Mihuț,

Daniela Zaharia (dir DIAAIA),

Irina Achim (Institutul de Archeologie ”Vasile Pârvan” din București),

Madlen Șerban (secretar general al CNRS UNESCO) și Codrin Tăut (expert UNESCO).

Lucrarea este parte integrantă a proiectului Interregional Educational Project North Africa-South-Eastern Europe, shared history, shared heritage. Exchange of Experience and good practices in ancient heritage valorisation, desfășurat în cursul anului 2021, finanțat de către UNESCO Paris, în cadrul Programului PAX / DRX / PPF / 12 / 20 / EUR 2 / ROU. 180, și coordonat de CNRS UNESCO în partenariat cu Universitatea din București și Universitatea din Sousse.

Evenimentul se va desfășura online, în ziua de

miercuri 18 mai 2022, începând cu ora 17.00 (ora României)/15.00 (ora Tunisiei).

Pentru participare este necesară completarea formularului de la adresa: https://forms.gle/5qru6Xh1JeEHAZpYA

 

Centre d’Histoire Comparée pour les Sociétés Antiques annonce la présentation du volume

In Africa et in Moesia. Frontières du monde romain. Partager le patrimoine de l’Afrique du Nord et du Bas Danube

organisée par la Faculté d’Histoire et le CEREFREA Villa Noël de l’Université de Bucarest, en partenariat avec l’Université de Sousse (Tunisie), le Laboratoire de Recherche « Occupation du sol, peuplement et modes de vie dans le Maghreb antique et médiéval », le Centre d’Histoire Comparée pour les Sociétés Antiques et la Commission nationale de la Roumanie pour l’UNESCO.

Le lancement sera suivi par un débat qui réunira aux côtés des deux coordonnateurs du volume, Florica Mihuț (Université de Bucarest) et Abdellatif Mrabet (Université de Sousse), des spécialistes de l’histoire ancienne : Daniela Zaharia (Université de Bucarest), Irina Achim (Institut d’Archéologie « Vasile Pârvan » et des représentants de la Commission nationale de la Roumanie pour l’UNESCO, Madlen Șerban (Secrétaire générale), Codrin Tăut (Expert).

Le volume a été réalisé dans le cadre du projet Interregional Educational Project North Africa-South-Eastern Europe, shared history, shared heritage. Exchange of Experience and good practices in ancient heritage valorisation, financé par l’UNESCO Paris dans le cadre des Programmes de participation 2020-2021, coordonné par la Commission Nationale de la Roumanie en partenariat avec l’Université de Bucarest et l’Université de Sousse. Il réunit une pluralité des recherches archéologiques, épigraphiques et historiques menées par des spécialistes roumains et tunisiens.

L’événement aura lieu en ligne, le 18 mai 2022, à partir de 17h00 (heure de Bucarest). La participation se fera sur inscription, nous vous prions de compléter le formulaire suivant : https://forms.gle/5qru6Xh1JeEHAZpYA 

 

Annual session, CICSA 15-16 April 2022

The annual CICSA session, held on April 15-16, 2022, was a pious tribute to the work of professors Alexandru Barnea (1944-2020) and Alexandru Avram (1956-2021). In the opening of the session, Professor Gheorghe Nistor evoked the importance of the two personalities in Romanian and international science, emphasizing their special academic merits. Emotional moments were the speeches of both life partners of the missing teachers, Mrs. Iuliana Barnea and Suzana Avram. Academician Mihai Bărbulescu recalled the personality of Professor Barnea, his effort to support in Romania the classical studies and research of antiquity, while Mrs. Lucrezia Ungaro dedicated to the memory of Professor Barnea, with whom she established close professional collaboration and friendship, the entire presentation of propaganda through the art and architecture of Roman political spaces in ancient Rome. The participants’ presentations referred primarily to the archaeological and historical research of the Carpathian and Pontic areas, one of the main direction of the commemorated professors’ interests. The academic level, the quality of the presentations, and the depth of the debates proved the diversity of the scientific preoccupations at high academic standards.

We would like to thank all participants, including the Department of Ancient History, Archaeology, and Art History, and the Institute of Archaeology “Vasile Pârvan” from Bucharest.

 

More photos from this event can be visualised on our Facebook page in the following posts:

Day one
Day two

The 10th annual session of CICSA, online, 15-16 April 2022

Centre for the Comparative History of Ancient Societies
Department of Ancient History, Archaeology, and Art History
Faculty of History, University of Bucharest

invites to

The 10th annual scientific communications session, April 15-16, 2022

Archaeologists at the meeting with history

in memoriam professorum Alexandru Barnea et Alexandru Avram

The event is dedicated to the memory of the researchers Alexandru Barnea (1944-2020) and Alexandru Avram (1956-2021), university professors and prominent specialists in the fields of history, archaeology, epigraphy, and classics.

For access links, please write to: sesiuneacicsa9@gmail.com

Program

 Friday, 15 April 2022

10.00 – Opening remarks: Prof. univ. emerit. dr. Gheorghe-Vlad NISTOR

10.20 – 10.45 – Keynote address:

Acad. Prof. dr. Mihai BĂRBULESCU – Alexandru Barnea – tel que je l’ai connu

  • Material culture from the Mediterranean to the Danube and the Carpathians

Moderator prof. dr. Carol Căpiță

11.00-11.20/11.30 – M.S. Radu Gabriel Petre – ”Haute cuisine” in ancient Athens. An investigation into the dining habits of a Classical city

11.30-11.50/12.00 – dr. Mihaela Marcu – Quelques observations sur les taxes perçus sur les routes des Thraces. De nouveau sur l’inscription de Pistiros

12.00-12.20/12.30 – dr . Tetiana Shevchenko – Hellenistic Arulae Common for Pontic Region

12.30-12.50/13.00 – dr. Viorica Rusu-Bolindeț, dr. Adriana Panaite, dr. Ioana Paraschiv-Grigore – The supply of terra sigillata at Dinogetia in the Early Roman time (1st-3rd centuries AD): the vessels imported from the Western ceramic centers

13.00- 13.20/13.30 – dr. Adrian Ardeț – Sinopean amphorae from the Roman period discovered in Dacia

13.30-14.00 – Lunch break

 

  • Roman Dacia and Lower Danube areas – armies and settlements

Moderator dr. Florica (Bohîlțea) Mihuț

14.00-14.20/14.30 – prof. dr. Radu Ardevan, dr. Mihai Munteanu – Deux fragments de diplômes militaires romains

14.30-14.50/15.00 – dr. Lorenzo Boragno – A low-intensity pattern: The production of weapons and armours for the Roman soldiers in the province of Dacia (AD 106-AD 270)

15.00-15.20/15.30 – dr. Ioan Carol Opriș – IGLR 24. Some remarks on the Cilician fleet, annona militaris, LRA 1 amphorae and the epitaph from Tomis of the young Torpilla of Epiphaneia

15.30-15.50/16.00 – dr. Sorin Ailincăi, dr. Marian Mocanu, dr. Alexandra Dolea, dr. Mihai Constantinescu, dr. Adrian Bălășescu, dr. Valentin Radu, dr. Aurel Stănică, dr. Mihail Florian – New Rules, Old Habits. The Roman Rural Settlement of Jijila (Tulcea Country)

16.00-16.20 – coffee break

  • Roman Dacia and Lower Danube areas – multidisciplinary approaches

Moderator dr. Adriana Panaite

16.20-16.40/16.50 – dr. Mihai MunteanuResults of the research performed by the Archaeometry Laboratory (Technical University of Cluj-Napoca)

16.50-17.10/17.20 – dr. Carmen Miu (Bem) – Monitoring Roman structures and roads in Dobrudja using aerial photographs and satellite images

17.20-17.40/17.50 – dr. Andrzej B. Biernacki, prof. dr. Elena Klenina – Organodetritic Limestone from the Quarries in Hotnica in the Architectural Details from Novae (Moesia Inferior)

17.50-18.10/18.20 – dr. Ana C. Georgescu- Hamat, curator Tiberiu Potîrniche, The archeology of beauty. Discussion regarding some gems and cameos from the MINA Constanța collections

18.20-18.40/18.50 – Franceska-Cristina Știrbu, dr. Gabriel Vasile, dr. Raluca Kogălniceanu – Death in the Middle Ages: Analysis of a Skeletal Sample from Buftea Medieval Cemetery

 

 

Saturday, 16 April 2022

10.00-10.40 – keynote address:

Dr. Lucrezia UNGARO – Il potere dell’impero ritratto nel Foro di Traiano: la comunicazione globale attraverso il programma figurativo

 

  • Art, religion, ideology

Moderator dr. Dragoș Hălmagi

10.50-11.10/11.20 – dr. Anca Cezarina Fulger – Tropaeum Traiani – l’iconografia del monumento

11.20-11.40/11.50 – dr. Florica (Bohîlțea) Mihuț – Women holding an apple in their hand – visual discourse on family in the funerary iconography of Roman Dacia

11.50-12.10/12.20 – dr. Manuela Dobre – Pagan themes and motifs in Byzantine iconography (IVth-VIIth centuries)

12.20-12.40/12.50 – drd. Andrei Cosmin Popa – The 1980s Dacist discourse used on the occasion of propagandistic celebrations

12.50-13.30 – Lunch Break

  • Histria

Moderator dr. Alexandra Victoria Lițu-Gîrboviceanu

13.30-13.50/14.00 -dr. Laurențiu Radu – Notes on the cult of Herakles at Callatis

14.00-14.20/14.30 – dr. Valentin Bottez, drd. Iulia Iliescu, drd. Radu Stănescu – New Data Regarding the Chronology of the Roman Rural Settlement from the Beidaud Archaeological Microzone

14.30-14-50/15.00 – dr. Thibaut Castelli – Prélude à Histria VIII/4

15.00-15.20/15.30 – drd. Alina Iancu, dr. Liviu Mihail Iancu –  A (first?) lead spindle-whorl discovered in Istros

15.30-15.50/16.00 – dr. Dragoș HălmagiTheoroi and theorodokoi at Istros and Samothrace

16.00-16.20 – coffee break

Moderator. dr. Liviu Mihail Iancu

16.20-16.40/16.50 – dr. Alina Streinu – Trading inland – The ceramic finds from the rural settlement at Acic Suat

16.50-17.10/17.20 – dr. Inga Gluszek – Athenian black gloss pottery from excavations in Histria

17.20-17.40./17.50 – dr. Adam Rabinowitz – Multidisciplinary approaches to life and death at Histria: The first three seasons of the Histria Multiscalar Archaeological Project, 2018-2021

17.50-18.10/18.20 – dr. Ciprian Crețu, dr. Andrei Soficaru –  58 Years Later – (Re)Discovering Grave 58/1964 From the Extra Muros Basilica Sector at Histria

 

18.20-18.30 – Closing remarksdr. Daniela ZAHARIA – Head of Department of Ancient History, Archaeology, and Art History

Conferințe online # 23 februarie 2022

Centrul de Istorie Comparată a Societăților Antice și

Centrul de Cercetări Arheologice ”Vasile Pârvan”

vă invită să participați la seria de conferințe online,

miercuri 23 februarie 2022, orele 18,00

link acces:

                                                  https://meet.google.com/eai-zghj-akc

Avem plăcerea de a vă oferi detalii ale cercetărilor desfășurate de-a lungul timpului și în campania anului 2021 în cadrul a trei șantiere arheologice din Dobrogea:

Histria 2021:

  • Sectorul Acropolă Centru-Sud – prezintă conf. univ. dr. Valentin Bottez

Beidaud 2021:

  • Campania arheologică și școala de vară CIVIS – prezintă conf. univ. dr. Valentin Bottez și stud. master. Franceska Știrbu
  • Campania geoarheologică – prezintă prof. univ. dr. habil. Alfred Vespremeanu-Stroe
  • Campania de măsurători topografice – prezintă asist. univ. drd. Florin Nache

Capidava:

  • ”Cercetări arheologice în sfertul sudic al cetății de la Capidava între 1987-1993 și 2013-2019. Două edificii oficiale de epocă romană târzie și romano-bizantină: un horreum și un comandamentul roman târziu (principia)” – prezintă conf. univ. dr. habil. Ioan-Carol Opriș și dr. Alexandru Rațiu

 

call for papers # annual session CICSA, 15-16 April 2022, online

Centre for the Comparative History of Ancient Societies
Department of Ancient History, Archaeology, and Art History
Faculty of History, University of Bucharest

Annual scientific communications session, April 15-16, 2022

Archaeologists at the meeting with history

in memoriam professorum Alexandru Barnea et Alexandru Avram

 

Keynote speakers: acad. prof. Dr. Mihai Bărbulescu (Roumanian Academy, University ”Babeș Bolyai”, Cluj-Napoca) and Dr. Lucrezia Ungaro (già direttrice dei Mercati di Traiano, Roma).

The event is dedicated to the memory of the researchers Alexandru Barnea (1944-2020) and Alexandru Avram (1956-2021), university professors and prominent specialists in the fields of history, archaeology, epigraphy, and classics. Over time, they have dedicated their research to the Greek, Roman, and Roman-Byzantine periods of Dobrogea region, elaborating numerous works and reference studies, guiding the training of many generations of researchers within the Institute of Archaeology „Vasile Pârvan” and in the Romanian and French university milieu.

The privilege of meeting professors Alexandru Barnea and Alexandru Avram brings us together to dedicate, as a pious tribute, the works of the annual session of the Center for Comparative History of Ancient Societies, whose founding members they were and whose activity they supported with a permanent dedication and professionalism.

Proposed topics for communications:
– History of the Pontic space in the Greek, Roman, Late Roman, and Byzantine periods
– Archaeology of the Greek, Roman, Late Roman, and Early Byzantine eras
– Greek and Latin epigraphy in the north-western area of ​​Pontus Euxinus
– History of religions
– Art history
– Cultural studies
– Archaeology as History
– Contemporary Issues in Ancient History.

Registration address: sesiuneacicsa9@gmail.com

Deadline for registration: March 15, 2022

Working languages: English and French

Proposals for papers will be accompanied by: full name of the author, affiliated institution, and title of the paper, abstract of about 200 words.

Scientific Committee:

Prof. emerit. Dr. Gheorghe Vald Nistor (DIAAIA, FIUB), Dr. Daniela Zaharia (DIAAIA, FIUB), Dr. Carol Căpiță (DIAAIA, FIUB), Dr. Ecaterina Lung (DIAAIA, FIUB), dr. Ioan-Carol Opris (DIAAIA, FIUB), dr. Victor Valentin Bottezz (DIAAIA, FIUB), Dr. Alexandra Victoria Lițu (DIAAIA, FIUB), Dr. Mihaela Marcu (DIAAIA, FIUB), Dr. Florica (Bohîlțea) Mihuț (DIAAIA, FIUB), Dr. Viorel Emanuel Petac (CNBAR, Bucharest), Dr. Ioana Costa (FLLS, UB)

Organizing Committee:
Dr. Adriana Panaite – Institute of Archaeology ”V. Pârvan”, Bucharest
Dr. Dragoș Iosif Hălmagi – Institute of Archeology “V. Pârvan”, Bucharest
Dr. Liviu Mihail Iancu – ISACCL, Bucharest
Dr. Alina Streinu – Bucharest City Museum (“George Severeanu” Museum, MMB)
Dr. Anca-Cezarina Fulger – CICSA, FIUB
Dr. Ioana Paraschiv-Grigore, alumn. UB