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The Cultural Aspects of Rivers

Istanbul (French Institute of Anatolian Studies) – Enez (Enez Excavations Directorate), Turkey


Dernière modification : 2 octobre 2017

Colloque du 28 septembre au 1er octobre 2017

Programme :

Thursday 28th September 2017 – Arrival of the participants
20:00 Dinner
Friday 29th September 2017
1st Day of Workshop, French Institute of Anatolian Studies

09:30 Welcoming speeches on behalf of the co-organising institutions
Bayram BALCI, Director of the French Institute of Anatolian Studies
Sait BAȘARAN, Director of the Ainos excavations
Anca DAN, Labex TransferS CNRS-ENS Paris, on behalf of the co-organisers Dominique KASSAB TEZGÖR, Nino INAISHVILI, Stéphane LEBRETON
09:45 1st Working Session – On the Edge of Europe : from Hebros to Meriç
Moderator & Discussant : Dominique KASSAB TEZGÖR & Sümer ATASOY
09:45-10:05
Sait BAȘARAN, Anca DAN : Hebros, the River-God
10:05-10:25
Mustafa SAYAR : Historical Geography of the Hebros Valley
10:25-10:45
Şahın YILDRIM : Hadrianopolis, the City at the Intersection of the Rivers
10:45-11:15
Discussion
11:15 Coffee break
11:45 2nd Working Session – Between Asia and Asia Minor : Cilician and Near Eastern Rivers
Moderator & Discussant : Aksel TIBET & Bülent ÖZTÜRK
11:45-12:05
Sevilay YILDIZ : River Transportation in Cilicia and Amuq in the 2nd Millennium BC
12:05-12:25
Eric JEAN : Between Forest and Coast : Why should we talk about the flotation of logs in protohistoric Cilicia
12:25-12:45
Discussion
12:45 Lunch in the French Institute of Anatolian Studies
14:30 3rd Working Session – Perceptions and Representations of Western Asiatic Rivers
Moderator & Discussant : Stéphane LEBRETON & Helmut BRÜCKNER
14:30-14:50
Richard TALBERT : Rivers as Pre-Modern Cartographic Challenge : The Case of Asia Minor
14:50-15:10
Benett SALWAY : Rivers as Political and Cultural Frontiers between the Provinces of Roman Asia Minor
15:10-15:30
Catherine SALIOU : The Antiochean Orontes : A City and its River, Realities and Legends
15:30-16:00
Discussion
16:00 Coffee break
16:30 4th Working Session – Cults and Traditions, from the 2nd Millennium until Today
Moderator & Discussant : Nino INAISVILI & Dominique CABARET
16.30-16:50
Stéphanie ANTHONIOZ : Crossing Rivers in Antiquity : A Sign of Conquest and Victory
16.50-17:10
Yiğit ERBIL : Performing Imperial Cult : The Archaeological Survey of Fasıllar and its Contribution to Hittite Cult Practices
17.10-17.30
İlgi GERÇEK : Treaty, Ritual, Ordeal : Rivers in Hittite Anatolia
17:30-18:00
Discussion
18:00 Conclusion Anca DAN, Dominique KASSAB TEZGÖR, Nino INAISHVILI, Stéphane LEBRETON
19:00 Dinner
Saturday 30th September 2017
2nd Day of Workshop, Excursion to Enez (Ainos)
08:00
Departure for Enez by bus, from the French Institute / Taksim
13:00
Arrival at the hotel of the Istanbul University ; lunch in Enez, at the Excavation House, Campus of the Istanbul University
15:00-18:00
Visits on the archaeological sites of Ainos with Sait Başaran : Genovese castle, “Interior harbor”, Necropoleis, Roman Road
Presentation of the historical geography of Ainos : Helmut BRÜCKNER
19:00-20:00
Dinner at the Excavation House, on the Campus of the Istanbul University
20:00-21:30
Evening lecture “Ainos and its Environs : archaeological, historical and geoscientific perspectives” by Sait BAȘARAN, Helmut BRÜCKNER, Anca DAN, Stefan KANWIESE, Gülnur KURAP, A. Bahar MERGEN, Anna PINT, Thomas SCHMIDTS, Martin SEELIGER
21:30 Discussions and drinks
Sunday 1st October 2017 – Return to Istanbul
08:30 Departure from Ainos/Enez

Organizing committee :
Anca DAN
Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique
École normale supérieure, labex TransferS, Paris
anca-cristina.dan@ens.fr
Sait BAŞARAN
Istanbul University, Professor Emeritus
Director of the Ainos excavations
sait.basaran@gmail.com
Dominique KASSAB TEZGÖR
Bilkent University, Ankara
tezgor@bilkent.edu.tr
Nino INAISHVILI
Niko Berdzenishvili Institute
Shota Rustaveli State University, Batumi
nino_inaishvili@yahoo.com
Stéphane LEBRETON
Université d’Artois, Arras
stephane.lebreton@univ-artois.fr

Programme du colloque
Programme du colloque

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Organismes partenaires :

AOROC - UMR8546-CNRS/ENS PSL Bilkent University Enez-Ainos Institut Français d’Etudes Anataloniennes Investissement d’avenir LabEx TransferS Université d’Artois