The Cultural Aspects of Rivers

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

Dernière modification : 17 mai 2018

Colloque du 28 septembre au 1er octobre 2017

Colloque Istanbul 28-09-1er-10-2017
Colloque Istanbul 28-09-1er-10-2017

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 Baçaran, 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
Sait Baçaran, Anca Dan : Hebros, the River-God
Mustafa Sayar : Historical Geography of the Hebros Valley
Şahın Yildrim : Hadrianopolis, the City at the Intersection of the Rivers
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
Sevilay Yildiz : River Transportation in Cilicia and Amuq in the 2nd Millennium BC
Eric Jean : Between Forest and Coast : Why should we talk about the flotation of logs in protohistoric Cilicia
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
Richard Talbert : Rivers as Pre-Modern Cartographic Challenge : The Case of Asia Minor
Benett Salway : Rivers as Political and Cultural Frontiers between the Provinces of Roman Asia Minor
Catherine Saliou : The Antiochean Orontes : A City and its River, Realities and Legends
16:00 Coffee break
16:30 4th Working Session – Cults and Traditions, from the 2nd Millennium until Today
Moderator & Discussant : Nino Inaisvili & Dominique Cabaret
Stéphanie Anthonioz : Crossing Rivers in Antiquity : A Sign of Conquest and Victory
Yiğit Erbil : Performing Imperial Cult : The Archaeological Survey of Fasıllar and its Contribution to Hittite Cult Practices
İlgi Gerçek : Treaty, Ritual, Ordeal : Rivers in Hittite Anatolia
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)
Departure for Enez by bus, from the French Institute / Taksim
Arrival at the hotel of the Istanbul University ; lunch in Enez, at the Excavation House, Campus of the Istanbul University
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
Dinner at the Excavation House, on the Campus of the Istanbul University
Evening lecture “Ainos and its Environs : archaeological, historical and geoscientific perspectives” by Sait Baçaran, 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
Sait Baçaran
Istanbul University, Professor Emeritus
Director of the Ainos excavations
Dominique Kassab Tezgör
Bilkent University, Ankara
Nino Inaishvili
Niko Berdzenishvili Institute
Shota Rustaveli State University, Batumi
Stéphane Lebreton
Université d’Artois, Arras

Programme du colloque
Programme du colloque


Organismes partenaires :

AOrOc - UMR 8546-CNRS/PSL Bilkent University Enez-Ainos - Université d’Istanbul à Enez Kasi, Centre d’archéologie et de recherche Institut Français d’Etudes Anataloniennes - IFEA Investissement d’avenir - ANR LabEx TransferS PSL - Paris Sciences Lettres - Université Paris Université d’Artois