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1 Πληροφοριακό Δελτίο της Ελληνικής Αρχαιομετρικής Εταιρείας Επιστημονικό Σωματείο, Έτος Ίδρυσης 1982, έδρα: Κάνιγγος 27, Αθήνα (Ένωση Ελλήνων Χημικών) ΔΙΟΙΚΗΤΙΚΟ ΣΥΜΒΟΥΛΙΟ: Έ. Φώτου-Jones (πρόεδρος), Ι. Μπασιάκος (αντιπρόεδρος), Ι. Καρατάσιος (γραμματέας), Ε. Κουλουμπή (ταμίας), Ε. Φιλιππάκη (βοηθός γραμ.), Β. Κυλίκογλου (μέλος), A. Hein (μέλος) Πληροφορίες: Γ. Φακορέλλης (σύνταξη, επιλογή ύλης) - Μάρτιος Υπάρχουν τριών ειδών άνθρωποι. Αυτοί που κερδίζουν, αυτοί που χάνουν και αυτοί που καθορίζουν ποιοι κερδίζουν και ποιοι χάνουν. (Θουκυδίδης) Scientific Association, Year of Establishment 1982, Headquarters: Kaniggos 27, Athens (Association of Greek Chemists) BOARD: E. Photos-Jones (president), J. Bassiakos (vice-president), J. Karatassios (secretary), E. Kouloumpi (treasurer), E. Philippaki (ass. secretary), V. Kilikoglou (member), A. Hein (member) Information: Y. Facorellis (editor) Newsletter of the Hellenic Society of Archaeometry - March Nr. 156

2 ΠΙΝΑΚΑΣ ΠΕΡΙΕΧΟΜΕΝΩΝ TABLE OF CONTENTS ΣΥΝΕΔΡΙΑ CONFERENCES/WORKSHOPS CYCLADIC SEMINAR - PROGRAMME page 6 3 rd International Workshop on Mortar Dating, Padova, April 14-16, page 8 AMS13 conference, Aix en Provence, 2014, August.... page 9 GEOMEDISLANDS International colloquium on Geoarchaeology of the Mediterranean islands, Institut d'etudes Scientifiques de Cargèse (Cargèse, Corsica-rance), June 30 th -July 2 nd, page 11 ASOR (American Schools for Oriental Research) Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, Westin Hotel, November 19-22, 2014, Session: "Agency and Identity Through Dress in the Ancient and Classical Near East". page AIA Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Jan 8-11, 2015, CALLS FOR PAPERS... page 14 Ground Stone Artifacts and Society, An international workshop on ground stone artifacts: Quarrying, production, function and exchange, July 2015 University of Haifa... page AIA Annual Meeting, Getting Elemental: Integrating Isotopes and Archaeology, New Orleans, LA, Jan 8 th -11 th, 2015, Call for Papers. page 19 EAGLE 2014 International Conference on Information Technologies for Epigraphy and Digital Cultural Heritage in the Ancient World, École Normale Supérieure and Collège de France, September and October 1, 2014, Paris.. page 21 XVII Congress of the International Union for Prehistoric and Protohistoric Sciences (UISPP), Session: New solutions for old problems: the use of new technologies for the documentation and conservation of prehistoric art, Burgos, Spain, 1 st -7 th, September page 23 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ANNOUNCEMENT, INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES OF ANCIENT MATERIALS FROM THE MEDITERRANEAN, Nicosia, September 2014, University of Cyprus, First Call for Papers.. page 24 Announcement of a session on Aquatic resource consumption in XVIIe UISPP conference, Burgos, Spain, 1-7 September page 27 "Conservation, Documentation and Management of Archaeological Sites: Challenges and New approaches", Hashemite University, Jordan, 6-10 April page 29 2

3 Call for Papers: Terracottas in the Mediterranean Through Time, March 2015, University of Haifa, Israel.. page 32 The Historical Metallurgy Society Annual Conference 2014, Metallurgy in Warfare A Spur to Innovation and Development, 3rd to 5th October 2014, City Hall, Malthouse Lane, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP2 7TU. page 34 Summer 2014 IHC Digital Historic Nafplion Project, June , Nafplion, Greece.. page 35 METAPHYSIS. Ritual, Myth and Symbolism in the Aegean Bronze Age, 15ème Rencontre égéenne internationale, April 2014, University of Vienna, Austria.... page 38 Middle Palaeolithic in North-West Europe: Multidisciplinary Approaches, Namur, Belgium, March 20-22, page 47 Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA-UK), Oxford, 21 st -22 nd March 2014, Call for Papers.... page 48 Open air metal, outdoor metallic sculpture from the 19th to the beginning of the 20th century, 4-5 December 2014, Paris.... page 49 ΘΕΣΕΙΣ ΕΡΓΑΣΙΑΣ/ΥΠΟΤΡΟΦΙΕΣ JOB VACANCIES/FELLOWSHIPS JOB VACANCY - Director of the Klaus-Tschira Laboratory for Archaeometry (AMS radiocarbon analysis), Mannheim. page 50 ΑΝΑΚΟΙΝΩΣΕΙΣ - ANNOUNCEMENTS e-conservation Journal: Call for Papers... page 52 Gorgias Book Grant Program... page 53 Sad news: Noel Gale.... page 54 New Masters Programme in Field Archaeology on Land and Under the Sea, Department of History and Archaeology, University of Cyprus. page 55 Call for applicants for participation in The Kimmel Center Archaeological Science Field School, July 13th and 18th, page 56 Honor Frost Foundation Grants in Maritime Archaeology.. page 57 Archaeological fieldwork opportunities: the Azoria Project Volunteer Program page 58 Training course: Research, Recovery, Revival. From analysis and laboratory experiments to full scale reproduction of archaeological artefacts, Athens, 28 th -30 th, April page 60 3

4 INTERNET SITES Video on early Cretan writing.. page 62 Advances And Emergent Needs in Paleogeoscience Cyberinfrastructure, Tuesday, March 4, 4-5p Eastern Time. page 63 Maritime Research Laboratory (MA.RE.Lab), University of Cyprus. page 65 Sir John Beazley's notebooks go online... page 66 ΝΕΕΣ ΕΚΔΟΣΕΙΣ NEW PUBLICATIONS BAR S : Chairs, Stools, and Footstools in the New Kingdom Production, typology, and social analysis, by Dina El Gabry.. page 67 BAR S : The Scale and Nature of the Late Bronze Age Economies of Egypt and Cyprus, by Keith Padgham. page 68 CSA Newsletter (26/3, Jan 2014).... page 69 Η επιστήμη της προληπτικής συντήρησης: διατήρηση και διαχείριση συλλογών, επιμέλεια Χ. Καρύδη, Ε. Κουλουμπή και Αρ. Σακελλαρίου. page 70 Paros III, Ο Σκόπας και ο Κόσμος του - Skopas of Paros and His World... page 71 Aegean Archaeology, vol page 75 ΕΙΔΗΣΕΙΣ - NEWS RELEASE Achaemenid Inscription Found in Iran's Persepolis.... page 76 New Israeli computer tech puts the pieces together for pottery archaeologists, By Nir Hasson.. page 77 Owners offer to donate land for archaeological project, by Elisa Oddone. page 79 Σαρώνουν» τους νεολιθικούς οικισμούς, από Γλυκερία Υδραίου... page 81 Newly Excavated 4,600-Year-Old Egyptian Pyramid Threatened by Development.... page 84 New poems by Sappho, by DIRK OBBINK... page 87 Resurrecting the Pharaoh's Solar Boat, By Leyland Cecco.. page 91 Bronze Apollo found by fisherman and valued at tens of millions of dollars, dating from 1,800-2,500 years ago, is being held incognito somewhere in Strip, By Haaretz.. page 92 The discovery of a previously unknown ancient Egyptian pharaoh has revealed evidence of a lost 3,600-year-old dynasty page 93 4

5 Researchers Investigate Archaic Greek City-State in Crete.... page 96 Centuries-old fabric found in Çatalhöyük... page 98 The towers of Ras al-khaimah.... page 100 Amenhotep III and IV co-regency... page 103 Ancient Egyptian SCHOOL unearthed, By SARAH GRIFFITHS.. page 104 Svante Pääbo: the DNA hunter taking us back to our roots. page 106 Divers observe underwater Byzantine basilica discovered in İznik Lake page 110 Roving Sea Peoples may have settled Transjordan, archaeologist says.. page 112 Spanish, Egyptian Archaeologists Make Discovery That Changes Chronology of the Pharaohs. page 115 Egypt mummy found in well-preserved sarcophagus.. page 116 Greece, human sacrifices 3,000 years ago in Crete Proof from excavations in ancient Cydonia, by Demetrio Manolitsakis... page 117 Tracing Ancestry, Researchers Produce a Genetic Atlas of Human Mixing Events, By NICHOLAS WADEFEB.. page 119 What did ancient Phoenicians look like?. page 122 Were the ancient Greeks and Romans colour blind? By Amanda Smith. page 124 Mystery of diseases of ancient Mesopotamians... page 127 Japanese archaeologists discover 3,000-year-old tomb with vivid murals in Egypt, By YUSUKE FUJII.. page 129 Ancient Egyptian papyri discovered at Luther College Rare early Christian document among the finds... page 131 World's most ancient cheese found in China, By Rob Quinn.. page 133 'Microbial Pompeii:' 1,000-year-old plaque preserves bacteria, microscopic particles of food on skeleton teeth.... page 134 5

6 ΣΥΝΕΔΡΙΑ - CONFERENCES/WORKSHOPS CYCLADIC SEMINAR - PROGRAMME 2014 Tuesday, 4 February P. N. Zapheiropoulou Investigations in the Early Bronze Age of the Kouphonisia Tuesday, 8 April L. Maragou Amorgos: Cycladic florilegia Thursday, 29 May S. Sherratt Routes and resources in the Bronze Age Cyclades Tuesday, 4 November K. Zachos & A. Douzougli The data of Kastri phase in the Cave of Zas on Naxos Tuesday, 9 December R. L. N. Barber Pottery classes from Phylakopi: recent work on the collections of the National Archaeological Museum ΚΥΚΛΑΔΙΚΟ ΣΕΜΙΝΑΡΙΟ - ΠΡΟΓΡΑΜΜΑ 2014 Τρίτη, 4 Φεβρουαρίου Φ. Ν. Ζαφειροπούλου «Ερευνώντας τα Πρωτοκυκλαδικά Κουφονήσια» Τρίτη, 8 Απριλίου Λ. Μαραγκού «Αμοργός: Κυκλαδικά απανθίσματα» Πέμπτη, 29 Μαΐου S. Sherratt «Θαλάσσιοι δρόμοι και πλουτοπαραγωγικές πηγές στις Κυκλάδες της Εποχής του Χαλκού» Τρίτη, 4 Νοεμβρίου Κ. Ζάχος & A. Ντούζουγλη «Τα δεδομένα της φάσης Καστριού στο Σπήλαιο του Ζα στη Νάξο» Τρίτη, 9 Δεκεμβρίου R. L. N. Barber «Οι κεραμεικές κατηγορίες της Φυλακωπής: τα αποτελέσματα της πρόσφατης εργασίας στις συλλογές του Εθνικού Αρχαιολογικού Μουσείου» 6

7 For further information on Cycladic Seminars, please visit: archetai.gr/site/content.php?artid=1725 7

8 3 RD INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON MORTAR DATING, PADOVA, APRIL 14-16, 2014 Dear colleagues, It is a great pleasure to invite you at the 3rd International Workshop on Mortar Dating. The 3rd International Workshop on Mortar Dating will take place in Padova on April 14-16, The workshop is intended to be an important occasion of update on radiocarbon dating of mortar, plasters, and pyrogenic carbonates. Report on advances in measurement protocols, applications, and complementary techniques to 14 C are welcome. The registration form and abstract submission guidelines are available on the workshop website: On the behalf of the Organizing Committee *********************************************************************** Fabio Marzaioli, Ph.D. Assistant Professor (Ricercatore) in Applied Physics Second University of Naples Department of Mathematics and Physics Centre for Isotopic Research on Cultural and Environmental heritage Tel /4814 int 28 Fax *********************************************************************** 8

9 AMS13 CONFERENCE, AIX EN PROVENCE, 2014, AUGUST Abstract for ams13, dead line March first 2014 Dear All, This is just a reminder for our next AMS13 conference to be held in Aix en Provence in 2014 (24-29 August). 1- The registration step is in two steps! a. First log to b. Fill all information and the tarification c. Then I have to confirm this first step and then d. You have to Re-log here : to validate your inscription and pay by credit card. 2- You can submit your abstract here : Once again you need to get a password by clicking on I would like to have one 3- You have to send your abstract (1500 characters including spaces) before March First The 13th International Conference on Accelerator Mass Spectrometry (AMS-13) will be preceded by a two days pre-conference workshop to be held on August 22 and August 23, (http://ams13.cerege.fr/workshops.htm ) a. Day one: Workshop on the systematics of cosmogenic nuclides; b. Day two : Workshop on multi cosmogenic nuclide approaches: new developments c. Speakers have to send an extended abstract (4500 characters including spaces) to and to Only 60 places for accommodation in Seolane center; more available in surrounding hotel; Maximum number of participants: 100; Special prices!! see the website!! (http://ams13.cerege.fr/workshops.htm) 5- Do not forget to book your accommodation! Selection of hotels can be found here: Once again do not wait too much! Aix en Provence is a very attractive city. 6- For those who plan to come with their family, please visit this: and if possible let me know by sending me an to Fill free to redistribute this to people that may be interested! 9

10 To be in the ams13 mailing list please send an to with subject : subscribe ams13-aix Your_Name *********************************************************************** Dear all, As you know the abstract deadline for the ams13 conference is the First of March 2014! I should say was the first of march, because I know that some of you are putting a big effort to submit the best possible abstract; so kindly be informed that the abstract submission for the upcoming conferences has been extended until March 16th, This will be your last chance to submit an abstract!! Régis, *********************************************************************** AMS-13 in Aix en Provence August ; Contact : *********************************************************************** 10

11 GEOMEDISLANDS INTERNATIONAL COLLOQUIUM ON GEOARCHAEOLOGY OF THE MEDITERRANEAN ISLANDS, INSTITUT D'ETUDES SCIENTIFIQUES DE CARGÈSE (CARGÈSE, CORSICA-RANCE), JUNE 30 TH -JULY 2 ND, 2015 Dear colleagues, The GEOMEDISLANDS 2015 International colloquium on Geoarchaeology of the Mediterranean islands will be taking place next year in Corsica! It will be held at the Institut d'etudes Scientifiques de Cargèse (Cargèse, Corsica-rance), from June 30th to July 2nd, We are looking forward to receiving your proposal of communication by 31 December Abstracts must be sent at Online Registration and payment (secured with credit card, VISA, Eurocard/Mastercard, etc.) will facilitate the whole process. For registration, you can already visit our website : https://www.azur-colloque.fr/dr12/ Keep in mind that we will have a limited amount of participants (75) so don't wait for the last days if you want to have a chance to participate in this international scientific event! Proceedings will be published in Quaternary International journal (Peer review) and will collect papers presenting only original data. REGISTRATION FEES WILL INCLUDE THE ACCOMODATION (double room shared), LOCAL TRANSPORTATIONS (from/to Ajaccio airport), BREAKFASTS, MEALS AND DINERS! For more information: ---Please feel free to forward this message to anyone who might be interested in sending a paper--- Best regards, Matthieu Ghilardi, on behalf of the organizing committee All this information and more can be found at and also visit our facebook page : https://www.facebook.com/geomedislands?ref=hl CONFERENCE THEMES 11

12 Coastal paleogeographies 2 - Sea-Level changes 3 - Climate changes 4 - Vegetation history 5 - Extreme events and catastrophism (tsunamis, earthquakes, etc.) 6 - Fluvial dynamics "from source to sink" 7 - Agriculture and Ancient Economy 8 - Historical sources and past landscapes reconstruction 9 - Archaeological landscapes and remote sensing/geomatics 10 - From past to future: archaeology as a tool for sustainable development First circular (in English and in French: KEY DATES Abstract submission - Regsitration - Notification of acceptance for oral or poster presentation - Conference *********************************************************************** Research Scientist CNRS European Geosciences Union Science officer (GM Division) Aix-en-Provence Cedex 04 France Dr. Matthieu Ghilardi Europôle de l'arbois BP UMR 7330 CEREGE Françoise Rougemont Chargée de recherche Responsable de l'équipe Protohistoire égéenne CNRS-UMR7041 Boîte 16 Maison René Ginouvès 21 allée de l'université NANTERRE CEDEX Tel *********************************************************************** 12

13 ASOR (AMERICAN SCHOOLS FOR ORIENTAL RESEARCH) ANNUAL MEETING, SAN DIEGO, CA, WESTIN HOTEL, NOVEMBER 19-22, 2014, SESSION: "AGENCY AND IDENTITY THROUGH DRESS IN THE ANCIENT AND CLASSICAL NEAR EAST" ASOR (American Schools for Oriental Research) Annual Meeting, Member-Organized Session San Diego, CA, Westin Hotel, November 19-22, 2014 Session chair: Allison Thomason (Southern Illinois University Edwardsville) This year's session on dress at ASOR focuses on the consumption of dress objects as they relate to the formation and performance of individual, social, and institutional identities. Presenters might explore how individuals or groups expressed agency and negotiated status or gender roles through the manipulation of dress objects. The session is wideranging, and I encourage submission of abstracts that explore a variety of objects, such as textiles and items of adornment, and a broad arena of geographic and chronological contexts within the Near East. Abstracts (250 words) should be submitted by February 15, 2014 to ASOR's online abstract submission system. In the submission process, please be sure to indicate that you are submitting your abstract to this member-organized session. Professional membership in ASOR and registration for the Annual Meeting is required at the time of abstract submission (directions will be provided in the confirmation of abstract receipt). Abstracts will not be reviewed until first authors of the papers have registered for the meeting. Should an abstract not be accepted, the registration fee can be refunded. Thank you in advance for your cooperation with this policy. Please also note ASOR's rules for participation in the Annual Meeting. Please fee free to contact the session chair with any questions about the session. Allison Thomason 13

14 2015 AIA ANNUAL MEETING, NEW ORLEANS, JAN 8-11, 2015, CALLS FOR PAPERS The AIA is now accepting submissions for its 116th Annual Meeting, which will be held in New Orleans, Louisiana from January We encourage everyone to review the full Call for Papers (available at ) prior to submitting. Deadline for Submissions As in past years, all colloquium sessions must be submitted by the first round of deadlines in March. Workshops and open session submissions may be submitted to meet either the March deadlines (if an early decision is needed to acquire a visa or obtain funding) or the second set of deadlines in August. The submission system will be open through August 17, If you expect to be in the field without Internet access you may submit your abstracts early, but you will not be notified of the PAMC's decision until late September. * First Deadline: Sunday, March 9, 2014 and Sunday, March 23 (with $25 fee) * Second Deadline: Sunday, August 3, 2014 and Sunday, August 17 (with $25 fee) Session Types The AIA continues to offer both organized (workshops and colloquia) and open sessions. In addition, the AIA continues to offer additional session types: Undergraduate Sessions: The AIA and Program for the Annual Meeting Committee have created two special sessions specifically for undergraduate students who would like an opportunity to present the results of their research at the Annual Meeting, but are not yet ready to participate in the regular program. There will be both an undergraduate colloquium for oral presentations, and an undergraduate poster session. These sessions will provide a fantastic opportunity for undergraduate students to experience the challenges and thrills of presenting at a professional meeting, and they will be held to the same high standards as other participants in the Annual Meeting. Lightning Session: This session is intended for brief five-minute presentations on a particular idea (e.g. for a research project, relating to one's dissertation, etc.) followed by five minutes of feedback from the audience and other participants. The session will be very low pressure and informal, but potentially very useful as a venue to float new ideas. The session will be held outside of the regular session blocks. Poster Colloquia: The AIA and the Program for the Annual Meeting Committee are for the first time soliciting poster colloquia. A poster colloquium should be organized around a particular theme, just like a paper colloquium, and submitted at the same time as paper colloquia. The full Call for Papers 14

15 (http://www.archaeological.org/webinfo.php?page=10453) and submission instructions are available on the AIA website (www.archaeological.org/annualmeeting). Please review these instructions prior to submitting your abstract or session. All submissions must be made electronically by means of the online submission system via the AIA website. All submissions, of course, must pass the PAMC's vetting process to be put onto the program. The online submission forms and supporting documents are available on the AIA website. * View the 2015 Call for Papers: * Online Submission Forms: 15

16 GROUND STONE ARTIFACTS AND SOCIETY, AN INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON GROUND STONE ARTIFACTS: QUARRYING, PRODUCTION, FUNCTION AND EXCHANGE, JULY UNIVERSITY OF HAIFA It is our pleasure to invite you to participate in an international workshop on ground stone artifacts. The workshop will be held at the University of Haifa, Israel (July 5-9, 2015). This first circular is aimed at providing basic ideas about the workshop themes, the general outline and to begin a dialogue with potential participants. If you have an interest in broadening and developing the approaches to ground stone artifact analysis and would like to participate, we encourage you to contact us as soon as possible so that we can begin to evaluate the number of participants and sessions. Please send all communications ( s, suggestions and comments) to Danny Rosenberg Don't hesitate to forward this to any of your colleagues who might have an interest in taking part in the workshop. Scientific committee - Danny Rosenberg, Laboratory for Ground Stone Tools Research, Zinman Institute of Archaeology, University of Haifa - Yorke M. Rowan, Oriental Institute, University of Chicago - Tatjana M. Gluhak, Institut für Geowissenschaften, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz - Katherine I. (Karen) Wright, Institute of Archaeology, University College London Themes Studies of ground stone increasingly play an integral role in any truly holistic archaeological research program. Ground stone artifacts served in widely divergent physical and social contexts through millennia, reflecting a wide variety of functions, documented through a century of archaeological and ethnographic research. Although commonly associated with prosaic daily necessities such as food production, this important functional role is often treated as their sole purpose. However, ground stone artifacts are also used for a wealth of other functions such as processing other materials, tool manufacture, and storage; they also carry symbolic meanings, serve as markers of identity, or are imbued with religious or ideological significance. Taken together with other categories of material culture as part of the functional and cultural fabric of a society, contemporary ground stone studies are treated in various ways by different scholars who employ a range of analytical methods and approaches, including the application of scientific techniques. Inspired by these diverse analytical 16

17 approaches and interpretive challenges, one of the principle aims of this workshop is to promote a dialogue and create an optimal arena for scholars who are interested in ground stone artifact studies and the various issues related to this growing area of research. We would like to initiate discussions on various ground stone related topics in order to debate new methodologies and interpretations, discuss analytical currents, and exchange ideas concerning challenges of data storage and presentation. General topics and sessions We envision several ground stone-related thematically driven topics that could be used as starting points for different discussions and could be used as titles for sessions. These include, for example, the social context of ground stone artifacts in different geographic locations, periods and cultures; quarries, quarrying technologies and quarrying tools; production techniques; archaeometric and provenance studies; micro/macro-wear and residue analyses and other functional studies; trade and exchange systems and mechanisms; studies of bedrock features; ethnography of ground stone use; ground stone in prehistory and in later antiquity. Other topics and themes are also welcome. The number of sessions and their principle themes will be decided when the deadline for sending abstracts is due and all abstracts are considered. Technical Information Duration and tentative dates: 5 days, 5-9 July Location: The workshop will take place in the University of Haifa, Mount Carmel, Israel. Oral contributions: Oral contributions will be 15 minutes long followed by a 5 minutes discussion. Poster presentation: Poster presentations are also welcome. Abstracts: An abstract of approx. 300 words (including author's details and institutional affiliation). Language: English is the official language for the Conference. Deadline for submitting abstracts: TBA. Deadline for registration: TBA. Workshop fees: TBA. Accommodations: We will seek fare rate accommodation in Haifa. Transportation to Haifa: Convenient trains and buses run frequently from Ben-Gurion Airport. Field trip: Optional, we are planning a field trip on the 3rd day of the workshop. Best regards, Danny, Yorke, Tatjana and Karen *********************************************************************** Prof. A. Bernard Knapp Cyprus American Archaeological Research Institute 11 Andreas Demetriou 1066 Nicosia, Cyprus New Cambridge World Archaeology volume: ABK webpage: TÆSP webpage: 17

18 SCSP public webpage: Phorades webpage: Jack M. Sasson Vanderbilt University Nashville, TN ************************************************************************ 18

19 2015 AIA ANNUAL MEETING, GETTING ELEMENTAL: INTEGRATING ISOTOPES AND ARCHAEOLOGY, NEW ORLEANS, LA, JAN 8 TH -11 TH, 2015, CALL FOR PAPERS Dear all, Below please find a call for papers for a proposed session at the 2015 AIA annual meeting that will focus on isotopic analyses and archaeology. Please distribute widely to anyone who might be interested in participating or attending. Many thanks, Jeff *********************************************************************** Jeffrey F. Leon PhD Candidate in Classical Archaeology Department of Classics Cornell University 120 Goldwin Smith Hall, Ithaca, NY (551) *********************************************************************** 2015 AIA Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, Jan 8 th -11th Getting Elemental: Integrating Isotopes and Archaeology Co-organizers: Catherine M. Kearns (Cornell University) and Jeffrey F. Leon (Cornell University) Call for Papers Archaeometric investigations of stable and radioisotopes have, since the establishment of radiometric dating methods in the 1950s, become increasingly common in archaeological investigations. From analyses of local herding practices to broader models of past climate, new work continues to highlight the potentials for isotopic analyses in reconstructions of ancient social, political, and cultural practices. These advances are possible because interdisciplinary approaches are integrating archaeological and isotopic data, thus avoiding the unproductive gap between archaeology and the natural and physical sciences. This AIA colloquium aims to draw examples of these new applications into dialogue, examining the limitations and challenges of isotopic research, while also exploring its potential to answer social, economic, and political questions about the ancient world. We invite abstracts from a broad range of perspectives that emphasize the integration of isotopic and archaeological data from all regions of the ancient Mediterranean world, extending from earliest prehistory. Possible topics include (but are not limited to): 19

20 tracking mobility and movement of faunal and human populations, diet and foodways, palaeoclimatic and palaeoenvironmental proxies, compositional analysis of materials, radiometric analysis, and residue analysis. Papers should either consider methodological aspects (e.g. how to effectively collect and collate isotopic data for archaeological applications; statistical approaches that are useful in presenting, analyzing and interpreting data in archaeological pursuits; limitations of isotopic analyses), or present current research projects employing isotopic approaches to answer archaeological research questions. Papers that link explicit archaeological questions with isotopic data and methods (rather than simply showing isotopic data-points) will be given priority. Anonymous abstracts of no more than 400 words should be sent to with identifying information in the . Abstracts must follow the AIA guidelines, copied below. In the body of the , please confirm that you are a current AIA member. The deadline for submission of abstracts is 5 pm, March 4th, Once a panel with AIA member contributions is composed, it will be submitted to AIA for approval. AIA guidelines for abstracts: The title of a proposed presentation should indicate its specific content in clear terms. The abstract must not exceed 400 words and must conform to the AIA Style Guidelines for Annual Meeting Abstracts, available in PDF format in the Annual Meeting section of the AIA website: The research described should be referred to in the present tense rather than in the future tense. (e.g., I present an analysis of three sealed deposits, rather than, I will present an analysis of three sealed deposits. ). While limited use of in-text citations (in author:year format) is acceptable, bibliographical references and footnotes should not be included and will be removed. 20

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