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Programme

Monday, December 12: Informal get-together

On Monday evening, we'll meet at the brewery and restaurant Bryggeriet Sct. Clemens in downtown Aarhus for an informal get-together. We have booked it from 7pm. You are welcome to have your dinner there, or just a beer or snacks. The address is Kannikegade 10-12, next to the cathedral and theatre.

Programme and book of abstracts

Please click on the image below to download the programme, and here for the book of abstracts!

Oral Presentations

  • Teija Alenius: Neolithic land-use in the Northern Boreal Zone: High-resolution multiproxy analyses from Lake Huhdasjärvi, south-eastern Finland
  • Malou Blank, Emma Svensson: Migration and mobility in western Sweden during the Late Neolithic
  • Thomas Birch: A multifaceted approach to standardised artefacts: combining traditional archaeological, geometric morphometric (GMM) and material analyses of the Havor lance type
  • Renée Enevold, Bent Vad Odgaard: Promising method advancement in palynology: a supplement to pollen analysis
  • Ricardo Fernandes: Proposal of an integrated approach to the reconstruction of past human lifeways
  • Maiken Hemme Bro-Jørgensen: Ancient DNA analysis of Scandinavian medieval drinking horns and the horn of the last aurochs bull
  • Rowan Jackson: Perspectives from the past: archaeology’s contribution to contemporary climate change adaptation theory
  • Jane Jansen, Karin Lund: NN
  • Mathias Jensen, Tõnno Jonuks, Peter Bye-Jensen, Mikael Manninen, Kristiina Johanson, Felix Riede: A Knife's Tale: A multi-methodological analysis of a Mesolithic slotted bone dagger
  • Catherine Jessen: The changing landscapes of a transgressive coastline: sea level rise and cultural activity east of Rødbyhavn, southern Denmark
  • Leif Jonsson, Emma Maltin: Traces of preserved fish in Nya Lödöse, Sweden (1473-1624). An example of an interdisciplinary approach to zooarchaeological research
  • Arne Jouttijärvi: More than numbers. Integrating analytical data in the archaeological interpretation
  • Eberhard H. Lehmann, David Mannes: New approaches for the study of cultural heritage objects by means of neutron imaging methods
  • P.E. Lindelof, A. Fedrigo, A.R. Williams, L. Jørgensen, Peter Pentz, D. Bausenwein, B. Schillinger, F. Grazzi, and K. Lefmann: Viking Age swords studied with neutrons
  • Markku Oinonen, Teija Alenius, Laura Arppe, Heli Etu-Sihvola, Kristiina Mannermaa, Päivi Onkamo, Jukka Palo, Antti Sajantila, Tarja Sundell, Santeri Vanhanen and Anna Wessman: Levänluhta water burial through radiocarbon and isotopic data
  • Ester Oras, Thomas F.G. Higham, Lucy J.E. Cramp & Ian D. Bull: Revealing object biography with archaeological sciences: a study of Roman bronze lamp from Kavastu (Estonia)
  • Welmoed A. Out, Kirsti Hänninen, Jannie H. Larsen, Caroline Vermeeren: The potential of waterlogged wood to reconstruct woodland management
  • Bente Philippsen, Per Åke Persson: The cuisine of the Pitted Ware Culture. Stable isotope analysis and radiocarbon dating in the context of a multidisciplinary project
  • Thomas Rose, Sabine Klein & Heidi E. Höfer: Lead isotope signatures of ores corrupted by gangue minerals: a plea for more geochemistry in archaeometallurgy
  • Federica Sulas, Innocent Pikirayi and Elton M. Sagiya: Geoarchaeology of water management at Great Zimbabwe
  • Marc Vander Linden: Beyond aDNA: multi-proxy approach of (Late) Neolithic demography
  • Susanne Østergaard, Marie Kanstrup, Eva Karina Enggaard Jørgensen, Sahra Talamo, Stig Bergmann Møller, Bente Springborg, Jesper Olsen, Marcello A. Mannino: Friend or foe? An isotopic investigation of a Late Medieval mass grave from Aalborg

Poster presentations

  • Miki Bopp-Ito, Sabine Deschler-Erb, Werner Vach, Jörg Schibler: Osteometric data reveal different size evolution of cattle between Central Plateau and Alpine regions in Bronze Age Switzerland
  • Otto Brinkkemper, Bertil van Os, Annelies van Hoesel, Tony van Brussel, Ricardo Fernandes: Are pre-treatments necessary to recover pre-burial isotopic values of charred plant samples?
  • Heli Etu-Sihvola, Hervé Bocherens, Aleksis Karme, Kristiina Mannermaa, Yuichi I. Naito, Elina Sahlstedt, Kati Salo, Heikki Suhonen, Jussi-Pekka Taavitsainen, Laura Arppe: What bones may tell? A multidisciplinary research on Late Iron Age Luistari cemetery in Finland
  • Ricardo Fernandes, Alexander Dreves, Vera Klontza-Jaklova, Gordon Cook: Addressing the controversy of the chronology of the Thera eruption through radiocarbon measurements of modern plants
  • Anna Fotakis, Beautrice Triozzi, Christian D. Kelstrup, Jesper V. Olsen, Rosa Boano, M. Thomas P. Gilbert, Enrico Cappellini: Case Study: Proteomics on a Pre-Hispanic Mummy Head
  • Chiara G. M. Girotto: 'Neolithisation' – Tracing Neolithic economy in Northern Europe
  • Erlend Kirkeng Jørgensen: Interdisciplinary collaboration across the “two cultures” chasm: Managing epistemological challenges in archaeological science
  • Ioannis Kontopoulos, K. Penkman and M. J. Collins: Sample Preparation of Archaeological Bone for FTIR-ATR Analysis
  • Maria Lahtinen, Markku Oinonen, Miikka Tallavaara, James Walker and Peter Rowley-Conwy: Advance of farming in Finland – evidence from summarising pollen evidence
  • Rikke Maring, Felix Riede: Possible wild boar husbandry preceding the introduction of the domesticated pig. A carbon and nitrogen isotope analysis of late Mesolithic wild boar from Denmark
  • M. Oinonen, L. Arppe, H. Bocherens, J. Kantanen, M. Lavento, K. Majander, A. Mittnik, P. Onkamo, V. Palonen, J. Uusitalo, A. Vasks, G. Zarina, S. Översti: Kivutkalns bronze-working centre in light of natural sciences and archaeology
  • Charlotte Primeau, Preben Homøe and Niels Lynnerup: Visualising evidence of infectious middle ear disease from CT scans of crania
  • Zufar Shakirov, Dilyara N. Shyamuratova: The use of fish remains as a marker of urban social status: Issues and results (based on material from Medieval Bilyar)
  • Zufar Shakirov: Anthropogenic impacts on the forest resources of the Volga and Kama rivers region in the Middle Ages (historical and archaeological aspects)
  • Krista Vajanto, Sanna Lipkin, Janne Ruokolainen: Blue textiles almost two millennia old from Northern Finland
  • Stephanie Wynne-Jones, Federica Sulas: Activity markers and household space in Swahili urban contexts: an integrated geoarchaeological approach
  • Theis Zetner Trolle Jensen: Species identification of Mesolithic bone revealed by ancient proteins
  • Luise Ørsted Brandt: Paleoproteomics and Polychromy: The identification of peptides from paint binders from the Palace of Apries, Egypt