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Papers

Session 1: Materiality and the Construction of Identity

  • Barbara Armbruster - Metal technology as an indicator of cultural identity and mobility of knowledge - the case of the Nordic Bronze Age prestige goods
  • Jozef Batóra - Die frühbronzezeitlichen Gräberfelder aus der SW Slowakei und ihre Aussagekraft für sozialökonomische Problematik
  • Katarina Becker - Transforming identities - the function of deposition
  • Natalia Berseneva - Bronze Items as a Sign of Personal Identity in the Sintashta Culture (Bronze Age of South Trans-Urals)
  • Mathilde Cervel & Stephane Rottier - Male and female identities in the funeral recruitment in south-east Paris Basin early Late Bronze Age.
  • Janusz Czebreszuk - Corded Ware and Bell Beakers as an ideological and social innovation
  • Valérie Delattre & Rebecca Peake - Material culture, funerary practises and identity in the Seine valley (France): to what extent can weuse the dead to interpret the living?
  • Harry Fokkens - Constructing ideal identities
  • David Fontijn - Surrendering the sword
  • Paul Garwood - Icons, myths and the materialisation of ‘elite’ person kinds in Early Bronze Age Wessex
  • Sophia Kølczeb - Between mind and matter: the case of the Nordic Fårdrup axes
  • Katherine Leonard - The use of solar symbols in Late Bronze Age Ireland
  • Heide W. Nørgaard - A Smith Leaves Traces - or what material culture of the dead can say about the living
  • Dalia Pokutta, Ch. Karlsson, J. Baron & P. Dabrowski - The Gallow-barrow multidisciplinay investigation. New dimensions of social inequality in Uneticeculture
  • Constanze Rassmann - Walking the blade
  • Samantha Reiter - Stranger is as Local Does? The Creation of Identity at Jelšovce, an Early Bronze Age Cemetery insouthwest Slovakia
  • Stéphane Rottier - The "social skin" and the hypothesis of an uxorilocal system in the early Late Bronze Age (14th-12th BC) in the southeast of the Paris basin
  • Daniel Sahlén - "Those shoes are made for walkin": itinerant metalworker and the spread of technological knowledge in LBA Scotland
  • Ann-Louise Schallin - Constructing an Asine identity through the medium of Mycenaean figurines
  • Vajk Szeverényi - Interregional interaction, material culture and changing social identities in the Carpathian Basin in the third millennium BC
  • Nicole Taylor - Burning questions: Identity and Late Bronze Age Cremation Cemeteries
  • Ilaria Tirloni - Ritual contexts in Southern Italy

Session 2: Economic & Political Foundations of Interaction

  • Sebastian Becker, M. Kuijpers, M.L. Stig Sørensen & Tim Flohr Sørensen - Thinking Through bronze: Exploring the material and the medium in Bronze Age Europe
  • Joanna Brück - Gifts or commodities? Reconfiguring Bronze Age exchange
  • Claudia Gerling - Mobility and Diet in the North Pontic Steppes during the Early Bronze Age
  • Emily Holt - Progetto Pran'e Siddi: Excavating the Origins of a Complex Society in the Sardinian Middle Bronze Age
  • Christina Karlsson - Vessel use at the Bronze Age tell site of Száhalombatta
  • Jutta Kneisel - Where are the Únetice People gone? - The problem of the Middle Bronze Age inception in East Central Europe
  • Maikel Kuijpers - Early Bronze Age metalworking craftsmanship
  • David Larreina Garcia, Brigitte Cech & Thilo Rehren - Copper smelting in the Raxgebiet (Austria): an alpine industrial landscape during the Late Bronze Age
  • Kerstin Lidén - Increasing mobility at the Neolithic / Bronze Age transition – sulphur isotope evidence from Öland,Sweden
  • Jacek Lech, Danuta Piotrowska & Dagmara Werra - Between economy and symbol: flint in the Bronze Age in East Central Europe
  • Luise Lorenz - The meaning of Early Bronze Age depositions for the economic balance of Únetice societies
  • Sascha Mauel - Title to be announced
  • Amy Nicodemus - Specialized Horse Breeding and Intensification of Long-Distance Trade Networks in the Bronze Age Carpathian Basin
  • Colin Patrick Quinn & Ian Kuijt - At the Bronze Age World’s End? Challenging Marginality through Island Adaptations and Seascapes along the Western Ireland Coast
  • Ernst Pernicka(On Distribution of copper form the eastern Alps to the north)
  • Roberto Risch - Distribution, Exchange and Power: Changing Relations of Production between the Neolithic and the Bronze Age in Western Europe
  • Giulia Saltini Semerari - After the fall of the Palaces: the socioeconomic background to Greek-Italian exchanges
  • Claes Uhnér - Local resources and exchange: the early Bronze Age in Central Germany and the Carpathian Basin compared
  • Magdolna Vicze - (About Százhalombatta Bronze Age tell)

Session 3: Cultural Interaction: Modes & Channels of Transmission

  • Stijn Arnoldussen - Outward acquiring, inward building: scale of knowledge-style- and object-transmission in the Dutch Bronze Age
  • Ole Aslaksen - Design and archaeology in Central Macedonia
  • Justyna Baron & Jacek Puziewicz - Things on the move? Composition and origin of early metal items from southwest Poland
  • Ann Brysbaert & Melissa Vetters - A Moving Story: objects' long-distance production chains and associated identities at Tiryns,Greece
  • Manuel Calvo, Jaume Garcia-Rosselló, David Javaloyas & Daniel Albero - Swords without warriors. Intercultural contacts during the Balearic Late Bronze Age (c. 1400-850/800 BC)
  • Laura DietrichModes and ways of the spread of the Gáva-Phenomenon in the Late Bronze Age. A case study fromsoutheastern Transylvania
  • Oliver Dietrich - The earliest socketed axes in southeastern Europe. Tracking the spread of a Bronze Age technological innovation
  • Paul Duffy & Vajk Szeverényi - Dress Sharply for European Travel: a surface cost model for movement between Hajdúsámson findspots
  • Klára P Fischl & Victória Kiss - Exchange networks in the Middle Bronze Age Carpathian Basin: the movement of visible and invisible commodities
  • Vanessa Guyot - Raw metals, ideas, objects … what moved exactly? The example of daggers in Early Bronze Age Europe
  • Elke Kaiser - Mobility and transfer of knowledge: a case study for the Eastern European steppe region in the 3rdmillennium BC
  • Flemming Kaul - The Nordic Early Bronze Age Razor - an example of Aegean influences in the Nordic Bronze Age
  • Julia Katharina Koch - Singen revisited. Mobility Patterns and Cultural Network in Early Bronze Age Central Europe
  • Dmitry Kushtan - Late Bronze Age Trans-Eurasian "tin" way
  • Ros Ó Maolduin - Long distance directional movement in Bronze Age Europe: An analogy with early and latermedieval Ireland
  • Harald Meller - Relinking Bronze Age Europe. Communication, exchange and creativity - the background of the Nebra Sky-disc
  • Tobias Mörtz - Metal heads. Remarks on the origin and spread of two-piece helmets in the European Bronze Age
  • Christopher Prescott - The third millennium Bell Beaker Impact; material institutions and forces of information
  • Douglas Price - Recent Isotopic Studies of past Human provenience in the Bronze Age
  • Michael Siedlaczek - Swords as objects of desire
  • Tim Flohr Sørensen - Meaningless Movements: Deconstructing mobility in the Early Bronze Age
  • Maria Teschler-Nichola - (On new results on Early Bronze Age populations in Lower Austria)

Session 4: Geopolitical Configurations, Boundaries & Transformations

  • Ariane Ballmer - Bronze Age mobility and it's spatial features. The example of the alpine Rhine valley
  • Richard Bradley, Colin Haselgrove, Marc Vander Linden & Leo Webley - Cross-Channel interactions during the Bronze Age: a re-appraisal from the point of view ofdevelopment-led archaeology
  • Peter Clark & Anne Lehoërff - About BOAT 1550 BC project
  • Horia Ciugudean & Colin P. Quinn - Anchor Points in a Mobile World: The Early and Middle Bronze Age Landscape of Southwest Transylvania
  • Michele Cupitò & Elisa Dalla Longa - Cultural interaction (and integration?) phenomena between the Terramare world and peninsularItaly. The pottery point of view
  • Andrey Epimakhov - The Role of Migrations and Contacts in the Genesis of Cultural Stereotypes during the Bronze Age(Southern Urals, Russia)
  • Maja Gori - The long journey of a few ugly pots. Long distance cultural interactions in the south-western Balkans between the late 3rd and the early 2nd millennium BC
  • Tomasz Gralak - Structure and style - culture border in central Poland in BB1-BC phases
  • Borja Legarra Herrero - The power of the tides. How the Mediterranean raised the first hierarchical societies in Bronze Age Europe
  • Immo Heske - Nordic by nature? Ideas about some inhabitants of the hillfort “Hünenburg” north of the Harz Mountains in Per. V/VI
  • Christian Horn - ‘… he leaned out across the sea, to plunge down with his prey …' - Warfare, communication and the Baltic Sea
  • Gabriella Kulcsár - Constant, variables and random networks: a Bronze Age beginning
  • Mette Løvschal - Boundaries without limits: the development of enclosed space in Northern Europe in the first Millennium BC
  • Przemysław Makarowicz - Barrows, long-distance mobility and peripheral elites between the Baltic and Black seas during the2nd millennium BC
  • Igor Manzura - Material manifestations of social identification at the Vykhvatintsy cemetery of the Early Bronze Age
  • Cyril Marcigny, Jean Bourgeois & Marc Talon - Cultural geographies, socio-economic complexes and territories along the Manche littoral (Belgium,England, France)
  • Barry Molloy - River, land and Sea Peoples? An examination of exchanges in military material culture in the Balkan peninsula in the thirteenth to eleventh centuries BC
  • John O'Shea - Visions of the New European Bronze Age
  • Dalia Pokutta & R. Howcroft - Children, childhood and food in EBA Unetice culture
  • Benjamin Roberts - Why is there a Bronze Age from the Atlantic to the Pacific? Analysing the transmission, adoptionand development of copper alloys and production techniques across Eurasia
  • Serena Sabatini - Tracing transculturality in burial contexts: question of borders and transformation
  • Heiko Scholz - The so-called “Unetice hoards” - a precipitation of the movement of things, ideas, or people?
  • Veronika Ya Stegantseva - Metal ornaments of the Middle Bronze Age from the Northeastern Black Sea Littoral
  • Paulina Suchowska-Ducke - The Myceans and the North: A Case Study in Long-distance Communication

Session 5: The Nordic Bronze Age & Europe

  • Nils Anfinset - Metal, institutions and economic structures in Southern Norway during the Early Bronze Age
  • Liv Appel & Jannie Olsen - Depotfund ved overgangssteder. En undersøgelse af yngre bronzealder i Blistrup sogn,Nordøstsjælland
  • Sophie Bergerbrant & Sølvi Helene Fossøy - Corded skirts – ritual attire or everyday dress?
  • Marie Brinch - Amber - the gold of the NorthKristian BrinkFarms and villages, houses and hierarchies - social and economic manifestation in the emerging Bronze Age of southernmost Scandinavia
  • Jan-Heinrich Bunnefeld - Technological remarks on Early Bonze Age full-hilted swords from Denmark and Schleswig-Holstein
  • Thomas Eriksson - Burials, pots and regional diversities
  • Magdalena Forsgren - Towards a cosmopolitan Bronze Age research: the case of an Italian fibula from Uppland, Sweden
  • Lise Frost - Bronze Age River Finds from the Gudenå River, Denmark
  • Karen Margarita Frei & Ulla Mannering - The mobility of textiles; threads to the past during Danish Bronze Age - Novel geochemical tracingmethods for investigation of archaeological textiles
  • Karen Margrethe Hornstrup - Multi-functional bowl from the Late Bronze Age
  • Marianne Rasmussen Lindegaard - House of herders. The long house in the landscape of the Nordic Early and Middle Bronze Age
  • Ulla Mannering - Costume and Textile Design in the Nordic Bronze Age
  • Helene Martinsson-Wallin - Bronze Age Cairn Millieus on Gotland - Local and Regional Perspectives
  • Anne Lene Melheim - Feminine Identities in the Making? Aspects of Late Bronze Age Hoarding
  • Marika Mägi - Societies East and West of the Baltic Sea – prehistoric culture contacts revisited
  • Andreas Nilsson - Soapstone in Scandinavian Bronze Age
  • Jens Notroff - The differentiation of identity - a hierarchy of symbols. On the evolvement of warrior identity in the Younger Bronze Age and the phenomenon of miniature swords
  • Martin Egelund Poulsen & Scott Robert Dollar - Early Bronze Age settlements at Vejen in southern Jutland. New perspectives on the three-aisledlonghouses from Period II
  • Anders Rasmussen - Swords and Daggers as Means of Identification - Tracing social networks and identification in the Early Bronze Age through an analysis of the Nordic solid-hilted swords and daggers
  • Jarkko Saipio - Bronze Age cairns in the Finnish Lake District - Cultural contacts, creative translations and localtraditions
  • Peter Skoglund - Landscape organization in Sweden and the Continent - crisis and reorganization c. 800 Bc
  • Uwe Sperling, Lembi Lõugas, Valter Lang & Heidi Luik - "Simply true all-rounders…": communities of seal hunters, farming- and craftspeople. The subsistence economy of the Bronze Age in Estonia
  • Henrik Thrane & Karen Margarita Frei - Lusehøj revisited
  • Joakim Wehlin - Islands and Stone ships – in search for a Baltic Late Bronze Age maritime institution
  • Jens Winther Johannsen - The Smørumovre-hoard and its context

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