13
Fév
2023

Black Sea Shores and Hinterlands: Movement, Settlement and Interaction from the Archaic period to the Middle Ages

Black Sea Shores and Hinterlands: Movement, Settlement and Interaction from the Archaic period to the Middle Ages

A collaboration between the Institut Français d'Études Anatoliennes, the Musée
de Louvre, and the Swedish Research Institute in Istanbul. the Musée de Louvre, and the Swedish Research Institute in Istanbul.

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With Alexandre Baralis (Musée de Louvre), Claire Barat (Université Polytechnique Haut-de-France), Burcu Erciyas (Middle East Technical University), and Şahin Yıldırım (Bartın University)

What can recent and ongoing archaeological studies tell us about the longue durée of urban settlement and interaction around the Black Sea shores and hinterlands? This roundtable brings together four leading experts working with a number of notable excavation sites on the Western and Southern coasts of the sea like Orgame/Argamum (Jurilovca), Apollonia (Sozopol), Teion (Çaycuma), Sinope, and Komana pontiki (Yeşilırmak). Surveying the individual sites and findings, the panel invites to a wider discussion about the Black Sea as a continuous zone of local attraction and connection, as well as its wider relation with the interiors of Anatolia, the Balkans, and the Eastern Mediterranean area throughout the Hellenic, Roman, and Byzantine periods.

February 13, 2022 at the Swedish Research Institute in Istanbul (Istiklal Caddesi 247), 18:30–21:00. A collaboration between the Institut français des études anatoliennes, the Musée du Louvre and the Swedish Research Institute in Istanbul.

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