2nd NEOLITHIC SEMINAR

The Transition to Farming in South East Europe and Anatolia

Ljubljana 3 - 5 March 1995

Friday 3 March

Introduction to the Seminar

Dr. MAREK ZVELEBIL (Department of Archaeology & Prehistory, Sheffield University) The Concept of an Agricultural Frontier

Dr. MEHMET OZDOGAN (Prehistorya Anabalim Dali Edebiyat Fakultesi,Istanbul University). The Beginning of Neolithic Economies. A Reevaluation of Evidence in View of Recent Excavations in Northwestern Turkey

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Discussion & lunch
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Dr. NIKOS EFSTRATIOU (Department of Archaeology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki) The Neolithisation of South East Europe: The Greek Experience

Dr. MICHEL SEFERIADES (CNRS Paris) The Neolithic in Greece Macedonia. From Nea Nikomedeia to Dikili Tash

Dr. KATHY WILLIS (Department of Plant Sciences, University of Cambridge) The Pollen-Sedimentological Evidence for the Beginning of Agriculture in South East Europe and Anatolia

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Discussion & wine
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Saturday 4 March

Dr. MEHMET OZDOGAN (Prehistorya Anabalim Dali Edebiyat Fakultesi, Istanbul University). Mesolithic and Neolithic Period in Anatolia: An Overview of the Recent Evidence

Dr. NIKOS EFSTRATIOU (Department of Archaeology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki ) The Beginning of the Neolithic in Aegean Thrace: Constructing a Regional Model

Dr. KOSTAS KOTSAKIS (Department of Archaeology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki). The Neolithic Mode of Production. Domesticating Societies

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Discussion & lunch
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Dr. MAREK ZVELEBIL (Department of Archaeology & Prehistory, Sheffield University). The Transition to Farming in Eastern Europe

Dr. MICHEL SEFERIADES (CNRS Paris) The Earliest Spondylus Shell Routes in South East Europe

Dr. MIHAEL BUDJA (Department of Archaeology, Ljubljana University). The Interpretative Fragments concerning Transition to Farming in Adria Region

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Discussion & wine
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Sunday 5 March

Field Excursion
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