FRIDAY, 17 April 2015
9.00- 9.30 Session 9. Roman Pottery (Chair: Zrinka Šimić Kanaet)
Luciana NEDELEA (Babeş-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca), Paleodermatoglyphics and the Roman fort Potaissa. Documentation of ancient fingerprints and the analysis of Roman pottery.
Ágota FERENCZ-MÁTÉFI (University of Pécs, PTE BTK Interdisciplinary Doctoral School), Preliminary results of the study of Roman and Late Roman pottery from Környe, Hungary.
09.45-10.45 Session 10. Numismatics (Chair: Ana Pavlović)
Anja BERTOL (Archaeological museum in Zagreb), The Mazin hoard.
Szymon JELLONEK (Jagiellonian University, Kraków), Caligula’s coins as an evidence of Imitatio Augusti.
Barbara ZAJĄC (Jagiellonian University, Kraków), Politic, economic and cultural situation in Cappadocia according to provincial coinage during the reign of Trajan (98-117 AD).
Miroslav NAĐ (Archaeological museum in Zagreb), Coin circulation in the southern part of Pannonia Superior from AD 193 to the cessation of regular coin supply of the region – methodology.
11.00-11.30 Coffee Break (hall A-018)
11.30-13.15 Session 11. Medieval Archaeology (Chair: Željko Demo)
Riccardo CECOVINI (University of Trieste & University of Udine), The territorial organization along the ancient road Aquileia-Emona in the Early Middle Ages: crisis and transformations.
Vinita RAMLJAK (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb) – Carmen Anita BARÁTH (Dornyai Béla múzeum, Salgótarján), Problems of Late Avar human representations.
Szabolcs NAGY (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest), The Castles of Várpalota and Ilok: Concurrent Building Activities of Nicholas of Ilok?
Mária VARGHA (Central European University, Budapest), Domus Dei, porta caeli? Antecedent field cemeteries of churchyards in Medieval Hungary.
Dénes SZABÓ (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest), Cultic depositions at rural settlements of the 10th-13th century Carpathian Basin.
Jadwiga OLBROT (Jagiellonian University, Kraków), Heating devices in the medieval monasteries in Poland.
Ana MIKULKA (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb), The anthropological analysis of osteological remains from the archaeological site Our Lady of Mountain Church in Lobor (Croatia).
15.00-16.00 Session 12. Medieval and Modern Age Archaeology (Chair: Mirja Jarak)
Jona PETEŠIĆ (Medieval archaeology of the Eastern Adriatic, University of Zadar), Saint John in the Nature Park Telašćica.
Tonka MATANA (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb), A review of the current state of research on Early Medieval period in Dubrovnik.
Nikolina ANTONIĆ (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb), Strap-end from Šepkovčica.
Michał LINK-LENCZOWSKI (Jagiellonian University, Kraków), Clay tobacco pipes from Kazimierz, Kraków.
16.15-16.45 Coffee break (hall A-018)
16.45-18.00 Session 13. Archaeometry and methodology (Chair: Ina Miloglav)
Michaela NIKLOVÁ (Constantine the Philosopher University, Nitra), Perspectives of the Household archaeology in Slovakia.
Vlad RUMEGA-IRIMUŞ (Vasile Pârvan Institute of Archaeology, Bucharest), A GIS based Repertory of Roman Mining Heritage within the Golden Quadrilateral, Apuseni Mountains, Transylvania.
Florin CIULAVU (Vasile Pârvan Institute of Archaeology, Bucharest), Archaeological Investigations inside the Mint Complex from Alba Iulia, Romania.
Nándor LEHRER (Institute of History, University of Debrecen), Inter-municipal connections in the Roman Empire. A theoretical and methodological survey.
Eva BUTINA (University of Ljubljana), Material practices of identities and memory construction in the protestant center at Govče.
18.15 Closing of the Conference