THURSDAY, 16 April 2015

9.00-10.00 Session 5. Roman Provincial Archaeology (Chair: Iva Kaić)
Lina DIERS (University of Vienna), Identifying Urban Settlements in Roman Moesia: Problems and Possibilities.
Jan BULAS (Jagiellonian University, Krakow), Invasion of the Vandals – cultural changes in Roman period in Upper Tisza region. Archaeological and historical perspective.
András SZABÓ (University of Pécs), A silver magical lamella from the Northern cemetery of Sopianae (Pécs, Hungary).
Bruno BIJAĐIJA (University of Zadar), Roman Architecture in Konavle.
10.00-10.15 Discussion

10.15-10.45 Coffee Break (hall A-018)

10.45-12.30 Session 6. Roman Army (Chair: Domagoj Tončinić)
Mirna VUKOV (University of Zagreb), Some questions on Roman food supply in the area of Danube and Dalmatae limes. Overview of the published amphorae from Roman military sites in Croatia.
Mirko RAŠIĆ (University of Zadar), Archaeological site Gračine near city of Ljubuški.
Tomasz DZIURDZIK (Institute of Archaeology, University of Warsaw), Roman Military Headquarters: Religious Ceremonies and Use of Space.
Tünde VÁGÁSI (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest), The Mithras and Dolichenus cults representation in the Pannonian army.
Gergely TÓTH (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest), Roman weapons from Aquincum.
Miroslava ŠURINOVÁ (Charles University, Prague), Is every Roman fort a fort? Problems with identification of Roman forts in Egypt.
Julia KOCH (Bamberg University), Phrygian Doorstones in Roman Dalmatia and Northern Anatolia. Bridging the Gap.
12.30-12.45 Discussion

12.45-14.30 Lunch

14.30-15.30 Session 7. Epigraphy (Chair: Dino Demicheli)
István Gergő FARKAS (University of Pécs), Revisited: 3D epigraphy and an old-new Roman milestone from Pécs.
Ákos ZIMONYI (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest), Being a physician in the 10th Region of Italy (Venetia et Histria) during the Principate.
Valentina ZOVIĆ (Juraj Dobrila University of Pula), Munificence of public games and entertainment buildings in Roman Dalmatia.
Dora IVANIŠEVIĆ (Central European University, Budapest), The Cost of Sarcophagi in Late Antique Salona.
15.30-15.45 Discussion

15.45-16.15 Coffee break (hall A-018)

16.15-17.30 Session 8. Religion and beyond (Roman Provincial and Early Christian Archaeology) (Chair: Mirjana Sanader)
Silvia BETINELLI (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens), Nemesis in the Roman East.
Palma KARKOVIĆ TAKALIĆ (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Rijeka), Some Considerations on the Iconographic Characteristics of the Isiac Monuments from Salona.
Imola BODA (Babeş-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca), The sacred topography of Colonia Sarmizegetusa.
Ioan OPREA (Alexandru Ioan Cuza University, Iaşi), Bone working in Apulum, Dacia Superior.
Réka NEMÉNYI – Csaba SZABÓ (University of Pécs), The missing community – A revision of the so called „early Christian” artifacts from Apulum and its territory.
17.30-17.45 Discussion

17.45-18.15 Presentation of the Proceedings of the First Croatian-Hungarian PhD Conference on Ancient History, Budapest, 02-04 October 2014

18.15-20.00 Visit to the Archaeological Museum in Zagreb (free entrance and guidance)