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17th International Congress of Christian Archaeology

Program per day: Thursday, July 5

Location: Linnaeusgebouw, Heyendaalse Weg 137, University Campus, Nijmegen

 

9:15-9:30                 Word of welcome by Prof. Han van Krieken, Rector Magnificus of Radboud University

 

9:30-10:45               The British Isles

 

Chair: Neil Christie

Anastasia Moskvina, UEA – University of East Anglia
Alignment and axiality in Anglo-Saxon church groups

Donatella Nuzzo, Università degli Studi di Bari Aldo Moro, and Luisa Covello, Sapienza Università di Roma
Il cristianesimo negli agglomerati fortificati secondari di frontiera. Limes britannico e renano

Thomas Talbot, University College Cork
Domnach Mór Maige Áine: Conversion within a royal landscape

Discussion (15 minutes)

 

10:45-11:15            Coffee break

 

11:15-12:15             Poster Flash Presentations and Poster Session 

 

Chair: Mariëtte Verhoeven

Walter Alegría Tejedor, Jordina Sales Carbonell, and Marta Sancho i Planas, Institut de Recerca en Cultures Medievals – Universitat de Barcelona
The archaeological Site of Santa Cecilia de Els Altimiris (Sant Esteve de la Sarga, Lleida) in the context of Pyrenean christian archaeology

Virgilio Lopes, CEAACP Campo Arqueológico de Mértola
Late Antiquity in Mértola (Portugal)

Francesca Paola Massara, Pontificio Istituto di Archeologia Cristiana; Pontificia Facoltà Teologica di Sicilia, Palermo
L’Egitto paleocristiano nelle esplorazioni di missionari siciliani del XVI secolo

Matteo Pola, Pontificio Istituto di Archeologia Cristiana
Il Sepulcrum Beati Martyris Fidelis: una memoria martiriale sulla via delle alpi

Roald Dijkstra, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen
Pierre et ses miracles du rocher : l’influence du contexte géographique

Federico Caruso, Pontificio Istituto di Archeologia Cristiana; Université Paris-Sorbonne
Osservazioni sulla topografia di Siracusa: spazi ed infrastrutture pubbliche tra Insula e Achradina in epoca tardoantica

Ruth Kolarik, Colorado College
Canopies over baptismal fonts: Structure and function. Examples at Stobi (FYR Macedonia) and elsewhere

Stanislav Stanev, Institute of Art Studies – Bulgarian Academy of Science, and Jeni Tankova, Regional Archaeological Museum in Plovdiv
The Episcopal Basilica of Thracian Philippopolis (Plovdiv, Bulgaria)

Ljuben Tevdovski, Goce Delčev University of Štip
Floral and Zoomorphic Motifs in South Balkans Early Christian Art as Indicators for the Process of Shaping of Early Christian Dogma in the Wider Spiritual Koinē

Tomislav Fabijanic, University of Zadar
A church in a church: Smratina on the island of Vir (Croatia)

Božana Maletić, University of Zadar
Ager Salonitanus – vita alla frontiera

Nicola Busino, Università della Campania Luigi Vanvitelli, and Antonio Salerno, Polo Museale della Campania
Alla periferia di Capua vetus: aspetti della cristianizzazione di alcuni ‘centri minori’ della Campania settentrionale

Chiara Cecalupo and Axel Alt, Pontificio Istituto Archeologia Cristiana
Letters from the frontier: rediscovery of Christian antiquities by religious missions at the borders of Christian world

Margherita Riso, The University of Edinburgh
Archaeological approaches to the Christianisation of Sicily, a region between centre and periphery (6th-7th centuries): a new distribution map of rural churches in light of recent discoveries

Konstantin Voronin, and Mariya Kabanova, Institute of Archaeology, Russian Academy of Science, Yaroslavl State Technikal University
Roman silver bowl for the quinquennalia of Caesar Licinius II from Asia Minor

Nicolas Beaudry, Université du Québec à Rimouski; Dominic Moreau, Université de Lille; Georgi Atanasov, Regionalen istoricheski muzey – Silistra, Bulgaria; Valeri Yotov, Regionalen istoricheski muzey – Varna, Bulgaria; Albena Milanova, Sofiyski universitet “Sv. Kliment Ohridski”, Bulgaria; Brahim M’Barek and Ioto Valeriev
Zaldapa in Late Antiquity: Archaeological Perspectives on a fortified Christian City of the Lower Danube’s Hinterland

Claudia Dobrinski, University of Paderborn, and Sveva Gai, Stadtarchäologie Paderborn
Bishop Meinwerk of Paderborn as a builder: Local, ancient and foreign elements in the architecture of the beginning of the 11th century

 

12:15-13:30              Lunch (own expense)

 

13:30-15:15                Germania

 

Chair: Sebastian Ristow

Guido Faccani, Universität Zürich
Kathedrale des 1. Jahrtausends: St. Johannis in Mainz

Sebastian Gairhos, Römisches Museum Augsburg; Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Auf der Suche nach dem verlorenen Bischof. Zur Bedeutung der raetischen Provinhauptstadt Augusta/Augsburg in der Spätantike

Gertrud Kuhnle, INRAP, Strasbourg
Römer, Alamannen, Franken – Spätantikes und frühmittelalterliches Christentum in der Grenzregion des Oberrheins

Ulrich Stockinger, University of Basel
Seeing through a Millstone. Andernach/Antunnacum and its surroundings from Late Antiquity to Early Middle Ages

Alain Vanderhoeven, Agentschap Onroerend Erfgoed, Brussel
Excavations in the Church of Our Lady in Tongeren (Belgium)

Joep Hendriks, Gemeente Nijmegen, and Arjan den Braven, Universiteit Leiden
Nijmegen before Charlemagne. Comments on the continuity of the oldest town in the Netherlands

Discussion (15 minutes)

 

15:15-15:45              Tea break

 

15:45-16:45              Gallia

 

Chair: Philippe Pergola

Philippe Pergola, Alessandro Garrisi, Gabriele Castiglia, and Elie Essa Kas Hanna, Pontificio Istituto di Archeologia Cristiana
Costa Balenae – Campomarzio: limes bizantino e topografia cristiana delle Alpi liguri del mare nei territori dei municipi di Albingaunum e Albintimilium

Lilian R. G. Diniz, University of Vienna; University of Padua
“In-between” identity: Individuating religious hybridity in material culture during the conversion period in Gaul, Hispania and Britannia

Markus Löx, Universtität Regensburg, DFG-Graduietenkolleg Metropolität in der Vormoderne
Palatia in transition

Discussion (15 minutes)

 

16:45-17:15              Break

 

17:15-18:30              Iberia

 

Chair: Isaac Sastre

Francisco Javier Heras Mora, Junta de Extremadura
La domus de la “Puerta de la Villa” e gli inizi del Cristianesimo emeritense

Vincent Albert i Lacomba Ribera, Municipality of Valencia
Modulación, evolución y reconstrucción del grupo episcopal de Valentia (Hispania)

Jordina Sales Carbonell, Sanisera Archaeological Institute, Universitat de Barcelona; Fernando Contreras Rodrigo and Ismael Macías Fernández, Sanisera Archaeological Institute
Sanisera (Sanitja, Minorca) during the Late Antiquity: A worship centre on the halfway between Africa and Hispania

Rodrigues Gonçalves,  Luis Jorge,  and Cláudia Matos Pereira, Universidade de Lisboa – CIEBA
Art and Christian archaeology in Lusitânia: The beginnings of Christianity in the region of Arrábida (Portugal)

Discussion (15 minutes)