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21st NEOLITHIC SEMINAR 

Pottery and food: dietary practices in prehistory 

Friday 7th - Saturday 8th November 2014

 

Friday, 7th November 

Morning session (10:00 – 12:30)

 

Introduction to the conference

 

Mihael  Budja

Department of Archaeology, Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

From pots to lipids, and from molecular markers to stable isotope values

 

Canan Çakırlar1, Hadi Özbal2  and Zeynep Kızıltan3

 1Institute of Archaeology,  Faculty of Arts, Groningen University, The Netherlands;  2Bogazici University, Department of Chemistry, Istanbul;  3Istanbul Archaeology Museums, Turkey

Milk, mussels, and more in Neolithic northwestern Turkey: Incipient osteoarchaeological, organic residue, radiocarbon and aDNA results from Istanbul-Yenikapı

 

Sue Colledge and Enrico Crema 

Institute of Archaeology, University College London; United Kingdom

Agricultural sustainability in Neolithic and Early Bronze Age northwestern Europe

 

Lenka Kovačiková  and  Patrik Galeta

Department of Anthropology, Faculty of Philosophy and Arts, University of West Bohemia, Plzeň, Czech Republic

Archaeozoological data as a basis for estimating of animal production in the Czech Republic during the Neolithic period

 

Discussion & lunch

 

Afternoon session (14:00 – 18:00)

 

Nives Ogrinc1,  Doris Potočnik1, Mihael  Budja2, Andreja Žibrat Gašparič2 and Dimitrij Mlekuž2 

1Institute "Jozef Stefan", Department of Environmental Sciences, Ljubljana;  2Department of Archaeology, faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

From pots to lipids:  A case study from Hočevarica,  Ljubljana Marshes, Slovenia

 

Tjaša Tolar

Institute of Archaeology, Scientific Research Center of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Ljubljana, Slovenia 

Pile-dwellers plant nutrition in 4th millennium BC from Ljubljana Marshes, Slovenia

 

Borut Toškan

Institute of Archaeology, Scientific Research Center of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Ljubljana, Slovenia

Looking for indices of economic specialization and functional differentiation in a prehistoric pile dwelling: the case study of Maharski prekop,  Slovenia

 

coffee & tea

 

Andreja Žibrat Gašparič, Dimitrij Mlekuž1, Milena Horvat1, Nives Ogrinc2 and Mihael Budja1

1Department of Archaeology, faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia;  2Institute "Jozef Stefan", Department of Environmental Sciences, Ljubljana;

Pottery function: A case study from Resnikov prekop, Ljubljana Marshes, Slovenia

 

Dimitrij Mlekuž and Branko Mušič

Department of Archaeology, Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia 

Settlement and environmental context of prehistoric subsistence strategies on Ljubljana Marshes, Slovenia

 

Discussion & coffee/tea

 

Saturday,9th November

Morning session (9:00 – 13:00)

 

Erik Palmgren  and Helene Martinsson Wallin

Department of Archaeology and Ancient History, Uppsala University, Sweden

Variations in pottery assemblages in the mid-Neolithic Gotland Island Culture

 

Nina L. Morgunova Orenburg

State Pedagogical University, Russian Federation

Pottery of South Ural and Volga area near Samara: From Eneolithic period to Early Bronze Age

 

Nadia S. Kotova and  Peter  Stadler

Institute of Archaeology, National Ukrainian Academy of Sciences, Kiev, Ukraine; Faculty of Historical and Cultural Sciences, Institute of Prehistoric and Historical  Archaeology, Vienna University, Austria

The amphorae of the Linear Pottery Culture: prototypes and evolution

 

Coffee & tea

 

Kristina Horvat

Department of Archaeology,  University of Zadar, Croatia

Neolithic ceramic spoons - indicator of food specificities in eastern Adriatic Neolithic

 

Bine Kramberger

Ljubljana

Pottery assemblages at Neo-Eneolithic  site: A case study from Gornje Radvanje, Slovenia

 

Aleksandr Vybornov,  Nataliia Vybornova,  Grechkina Tatiana  and  Kutukov Dmitriy

Department of History and Archaeology, State Academy of Social Sciences and Humanities, Samara, Russian Federation

Baibek, an Early Neolithic site in Northern Caspian Sea region 

 

General discussion