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  SESSION 3 OF WEBINAR FIELDWORK AND NEW TECHNOLOGIES APPLIED TO ARCHAEOLOGY IN LEBANON.

Archaeometry & Artefacts

  • 14:00-14:45: La caractérisation et la dataion absolue des archéomateriaux au Liban.

Ziad El Murr & Rana Baydoun, CNRSlb; Beirut.

  • 15:00-15:45:  : Combed Ware Project. Storage and transport jars in the Early Bronze Age Central and Southern Levant: new insights through a multidisciplinary approach.

Valentina Tumolo & Kamal Badreshani, Durham University, UK.

  • 16:00-16:45: Residue Analysis: Combed Ware Project. Storage and transport jars in the Early Bronze Age Central and Southern Levant: new insights through a multidisciplinary approach.

Cynthianne Spiteri & Maxime Rageot, University of Tübingen, Germany.

 

WEBINAR 3: BIOARCHAEOLOGICAL ANALYSES

May, 7th 2021

 
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Alison Damick


    

Kevin Salesse

  

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WEBINAR 2: DATA RECORDING & MANAGEMENT

April, 23, 2021

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2:00 -2:45 PM

ARCHÉOLOGIE EN TROIS DIMENSIONS.

Micheline Kurdy

Université Paris-Nanterre, Paris.

2:45-3:30 PM

BASES DE DONNÉES D'ENREGISTREMENT ARCHÉOLOGIQUE DE TERRAIN : QUELQUES REMARQUES.

Bruno Desachy

Univ. Panthéon Sorbonne, Paris.

4:00-4:45 PM

SURVEYING THE LEBANESE WATERS: A GUIDE TO METHODOLOGY AND PRACTICE.

Lucy Semaan & Enzo Cocca, The Honor Frost Foundation-London.

4:15-5:00

DOCUMENTING AND ASSESSING MARITIME HERITAGE IN THE MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA (THE MAREA PROJECT).

Crystal Safadi & Lucy Blue, University of Southampton-UK.

WEBINAR: FIELDWORK AND NEW TECHNOLOGIES APPLIED TO ARCHAEOLOGY IN LEBANON.

The research team ArcheoSciences: Human, Animal and Environment Interaction, department of Arts and Archaeology of the Lebanese University, in collaboration with the IFPO, is organizing a series of 4 thematical webinars concerning:

' Fieldwork and new technologies applied to archaeology'.

The focus is about research and interdisciplinary approaches conducted in Lebanon and the Near East in general.

The aim of this webinar is to connect scholars, academic and students, to promote new technologies in archaeology and stay updated about new projects and methods.

Attendees would be of all levels: archaeologists, ungraduated students, graduate students, Phd students, researchers, and professors.

  

The lectures are open access with no registration required and will take place online via the ‘CISCO Webex’ platform of ArcheoSciences lab.     


Four sessions of three hours each are organized in 4 days with the following titles:

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Session 1

WEBINAR 1: ON THE FIELD

March, 26, 2021

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2:00 -2:45 PM

APPROACHES TO LANDSCAPE HISTORY AND SETTLEMENT IN THE CENTRAL BEKAA VALLEY.

Paul Newson, American University of Beirut.

3:00-3:45 PM

UTILISATION DES MÉTHODES GÉOPHYSIQUES EN CONTEXTE ARCHÉOLOGIQUE PROCHE-ORIENTAL.

Christophe Benech, CNRS-UMR 5133 Archéorient, Lyon.

4:00-4:45 PM

THE USE OF LIDAR TECHNOLOGY FOR THE CHEKKA REGIONAL SURVEY: PROBLEMS AND POTENTIALS

Hermann Genz, American University of Beirut.