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Program

Program of the three scientific Manifestations

Event 1: New methods for raw material analysis and application in Benelux/North Rhine-Westphalia, University of Namur, 21-23rd March 2019

Thursday March 21st: new methods and the need for common practice

11:00 - Welcome of participants

13:00 - Introduction speech: the need for common standards, Silviane Scharl, Solène Denis & Jean-Philippe Collin

13:15 - The raw material reference collections in the near future: The GDR SILEX project in France, Pierre Allard, Françoise Bostyn, Jean-Philippe Collin & Vincent Delvigne

14:00 - New methods for characterizing siliceous raw materials, Vincent Delvigne & Jean-Philippe Collin

15:15 - New methods for characterizing siliceous raw materials: which tools for the constitution of a common reference collections on the field? Standardization of descriptive criteria. Workshop

16:00 - Break

16:15 - New methods for characterizing siliceous raw materials: definition of common standards for raw materials analysis. Workshop

Friday March 22nd: The main raw materials that spread in the Neolithic period from northern France to the North Rhine.

09:00 - Raw materials from northern France: origin, characterization and distribution networks during Neolithic times. Pierre Allard & Françoise Bostyn

09:25 -  Lithic raw materials in the Scheldt valley? New interdisciplinary research perspectives. Hans Vandendriessche, Géraldine Fiers & Liesbeth Messiaen

10:45 - Raw materials from the Mons Basin : between discoveries and issues. Jean-Philippe Collin & Solène Denis

11:05 - Break

11:20 - Characterization of flint raw material exploited in the Early Neolithic in Hesbaye : the archaeological problems. Pierre Allard &Laurence Burnez-Lanotte

11:40 - Who is afraid of 50 shades of grey? (Ep.2) The raw materials from Limburg. Marjorie de Grooth

12:05 - All quiet in the Eastern Front? The raw materials from North Rhine-Westphalia. Birgit Gehlen,  Ingrid Koch, Silviane Scharl & Daniel Schyle

12:30 - Lunch

13:30 - Sample observations in macro-, meso- and microscopy. The use of common standards. Workshop

16:00 - Break

16:15 - Synthesis of the current vernacular designations of siliceous raw materials. How to get out of the confusion? Brainstorm

 Saturday March 23rd: statement and perspectives

09:30 - The lithotheques: inventory and perspectives. Brainstorm

10:30 - Raw material characterization: state of the art, perspectives and expectation. Brainstorm

12:00    Lunch

13:00    Debriefing of the event.

Event 2: Lithic technology: principles of analysis and application on Neolithic industries, Maison de l’Archéologie et de l’Ethnologie, UMR 7055, Nanterre, 25-27 th June 2019

Tuesday June 25th

11:30    Welcome of participants

13:30    Introduction speech: the need for common standards, Silviane Scharl, Solène Denis and Jean-Philippe Collin

13:45    The principles of technological analysis of prehistoric lithic industries, Jacques Pelegrin

Wednesday June 26th

09:30    The technological reference collection (“Technothèque”): constitution, vocabulary and manipulations, Heba Al Sakhel

11:00    Break

11:30    The German tradition of research on lithic industries: method and vocabulary, Birgit Gehlen, Ingrid Koch, Silviane Scharl, Daniel Schyle

13:00    Lunch

14:15     Lithic Technology of Linear Pottery Culture Populations, Pierre Allard

15:30     Definition of common standards, identification and translation of conceptual gaps. Workshop

Thursday June 27th

09:30    Lithic Technology of Post-Linear Pottery Culture Populations, Françoise Bostyn and Solène Denis

10:45    Break

11:00    Practical exercise: technological sorting of an archaeological collection and use of common standards, Workshop

13:00    Lunch

14:00    Practical exercise: technological sorting of an archaeological collection and use of common standards, Workshop

15:00    Assessment, impressions and perspectives on this second Scientific Event

Event 3: Quantitative analysis and theoretical approaches, Institute of Prehistoric Archaeology, Cologne University, 9-10th September 2019

Monday September 9th

11:30    Welcome of participants

13:00    Introduction speech: the need for common standards, Silviane Scharl, Solène Denis and Jean-Philippe Collin

13:15    The SAP-system – data entry, technological analysis and economic interpretation, Birgit Gehlen and Andreas Zimmermann

14:30    The French tradition of research on lithic industries: method and vocabulary, Solène Denis and Jean-Philippe Collin

15:00    Break

15:30    Quantitative analysis of lithic assemblages – Isolines and questions of lithic raw material distribution, Georg Roth

17:00    Quantitative analysis – Network analysis, Erich Claßen

18:00     Dinner

Tuesday September 10th

09:00    Lousberg adzes as a proxy for late Neolithic (3500-2900 BC) population density, Daniel Schyle

10:00    Analysing lithic exchange networks during the Early Neolithic in Central Europe (5300-4500 BC), Georg Roth, Silviane Scharl and Andreas Zimmermann

11:30    Assessment, impressions and perspectives on this third Scientific Event, future developments

12:30    Lunch

13:30     Trip to the Lousberg Flint Mine/Aachen, Daniel Schyle

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