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1st INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ABOUT THE ANCIENT ROADS – REPUBLIC OF SAN MARINO –


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ProgrammeThursday, April 3, 2014:( Kursaal Congress Palace, San Marino, Avenue J.F.Kennedy, 17) 

Conference Open 09,30 AM Secretary of State for Culture, University, Education and Scientific Research Giuseppe Maria Morganti,

Secretary of State for Industry, Trade, Craft, Transport and Technology Research Marco Arzilli

10,00 AM Speakers’ speeches

Ilze Loze, Latvian Academy of Sciences, University of Latvia, Riga, LAT:

“Long- distance Neolithic amber roads in Eastern Baltic.”

“Le Vie dell’ambra nel Baltico Orientale nel Neolitico.”

Andrejs Vasks, Chair Department of Archaeology, Latvia University, LAT:

“Contacts and exchange in the Bronze Age in the territory of Latvia: amber and bronze in

focus.”

“Contatti e scambi nell’età del Bronzo nel territorio della Lettonia: ambra e bronzo a fuoco.”

Adomas Butrimas, Academy Fine Arts, Vilnius, LTU:“Neolithic amber roads from Eastern Baltic: Northern and Southern directions.”

“Le Vie dell’ambra dal Baltico orientale nel Neolitico: direzioni nord e sud.”

Agne Civilytè, Lithuanian Institute of History, Vilnius, LTU:“How were amber artifacts produced and used during the Bronze Age in the east Baltic?”

“Come sono stati prodotti ed utilizzati i manufatti d’ambra durante l’Età del Bronzo nel Baltico orientale?”

Ryszard Feliks Mazurowski, Warsaw University, POL:

“Exploitation, treatment and exchange of amber in the Stone Age of the Vistula Basin.”“Sfruttamento, trattamento e scambio di ambra nell’Età della Pietra nel bacino della

Vistola”.

  

 

 

Arkadiusz Marciniak, Poznan University, POL:

“Amber and the early Neolithic farmers of the North European Plain.”

“Ambra e gli agricoltori della Pianura Nord Europea nel primo Neolitico.”

Stanislav Stuchlìk, Czech Academic of Sciences, Brno /Silesian University, Opava, CZE:

“The Amber in Moravia in the Bronze Age.”

“L’Ambra in Moravia nell’Età del Bronzo.”

Michal Ernèe, Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague, CZE:

“Amber in Czech Únětice (Aunjetitz) culture on the origin of the Amber Route.

“Ambra nella cultura Czech Únětice (Aunjetitz) sulle origini della Via dell’Ambra.”

 

15,00 PM Speakers’ speeches Miroslav Chytràcek , Academy of Sciences, Prague, CZE,

Ondřej Chvojka, České Budějovice University, CZE:

“Central Europe and Amber Road in the Late Bronze and Early Iron Age.”“L’Europa centrale e la Via dell’Ambra nel Tardo Bronzo e nella prima Età del Ferro.”

Anthony Harding, Exeter University, UK, GBR:

“Amber in the Bronze Age: small objects of desire, big worlds.”

“Ambra nell’età del bronzo: piccoli oggetti del desiderio, grandi mondi.”

Mateusz Jaeger, Poznan University, POL:

“Social significance and function of amber in Early Bronze Age societies in Central Europe. An outline of major research questions.”

“Significati e funzioni sociali dell’ambra nelle prime società dell’Età del Bronzo

nell’Europa Centrale. Un profilo delle principali problematiche di ricerca.”Janusz Czebreszuk, Poznan University, POL:

Marzena Szmyt, Poznan University, POL:

“Amber ways to the Mycenaean world.”

“Vie dell’ambra nel mondo Miceneo.”

 

 

 

 

Mateusz Cwalinski, Poznan University, POL:

“The influx of amber to circum-Adriatic areas during the Bronze Age. Proposition of interpretative model.”

“L’afflusso di ambra nell’area Adriatica durante l’Età del Bronzo. Proposta di un modello interpretativo.”

Panagiota Polychronakou Sgouritsa/ Kostas Nikolentzos, Athens University, GRE:

“The presence of amber in western Greece, specifically in western Peloponnese.”

“La presenza di ambra nella Grecia occidentale, in particolare nel Peloponneso occidentale.”

Diana Gergova, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, BUL:

“Amber in Thrace. Contexts, provenances and cultural interpretations of amber from the Territory of Bulgaria.”

“Ambra in Tracia. Contesti, provenienze e interpretazioni culturali di ambra dal territorio

della Bulgaria.”

Vladimir Turcan, Slovakian National Archaeological Museum of Bratislava, SVK,Margareta Musilova, Danube Limes Brand Project, Institute for the Monument Protection of Bratislava, SVK:

“Slovakia in the Antiquity as the Crossroad of the Amber Road and the Danube Road.”

“La Slovacchia nell´Antichità come Crocevia della Via dell’Ambra e della Via del Danubio”

 

18,00 PM Visit to the Archaeological Museum of the Republic of San Marino, 

Friday, April 4, 2014:(Montelupo Conference Room, House of the Castle of Domagnano,

Filippo da Sterpeto Square, No. 3)

9,15 AM Speakers’ speeches Paolo Bellintani, Ferrara University, Cultural Heritage of Trento, ITA:

“Before the Etruscans. The role of the Alps in Baltic amber circulation in the central

Mediterranean.”

“Prima degli Etruschi. Il ruolo delle Alpi nella circolazione dell’ambra baltica nel

Mediterraneo centrale.” 

 

 

Filippo Maria Gambari, Superintendent Cultural Heritage of Lombardia, ITA:

“Lepontians and amber: western ways of Transalpine trade between BronzeAge and Iron Age.”

“I Leponti e l’ambra: vie occidentali del commercio transalpino tra l’età del Bronzo

e l’età del Ferro.”

Nuccia Negroni Catacchio, Milan University, ITA,Veronica Gallo, Center of Studies of Prehistory and Archaeology, ITA:

“Amber in Italy. Routes of penetration and diffusion.”

“L’ambra in Italia. Le vie di penetrazione e la diffusione.”

Lucia Sarti, Laura Morabito, Giovanna Pizziolo, Stefania Poesini, Siena University, ITA,

Fabio Martini, Florence University, ITA:

“Not only amber. Interregional routes between Central and Northern Italy in the age of
Metals.”
“Non solo ambra. Percorsi interregionali tra Centro e Nord Italia nell’età dei

Metalli.”Alessandro Naso, Innsbruck University, Director ISMA (CNR), ITA:

“Amber for the goddess. Preliminary report on the amber finds from the sanctuary of Artemis at Ephesus, VIII-VII cent.BC.”

“Ambre per la dea. Relazione preliminare sui reperti di ambra dal santuario di Artemis a

Efeso, VIII-VII sec. a.C.”Riccardo Chellini, Journal of Ancient Topography, ITA:

“Reports of Vetulonia with Verucchio and the Danube area.”

“Rapporti di Vetulonia con Verucchio e l’area danubiana.”

Adriana Moroni, Simona Arrighi, Siena University, ITA:“Socio-economic relations with the Adriatic area and settlement dynamics in the Upper Tiber Valley during the Bronze Age. The case-study of Gorgo del Ciliegio (TuscanyItaly).

“Rapporti socio-economici con l’area adriatica e dinamiche insediative nell’Alta

Valtiberina durante l’età del Bronzo. Il caso-studio di Gorgo del Ciliegio (Toscana

Italia).”

12,00 The Pesaro ridges excursion15,00 PM Speakers’ speeches Andrea Celestino Montanaro, National Researches Council of Italy, IAC, ITA:

“Amber in the Adriatic area between the Iron and the Archaic Age. Notes on centers

of manufacture and on circulation of certain types of artifacts.”

“L’ambra nell’area adriatica tra l’età del Ferro e l’età arcaica. Note sui centri di produzione

e sulla diffusione di alcune tipologie di manufatti.”Alfonsina Russo, Superintendent of Cultural Heritage of Southern Etruria, ITA:“The Amber between Etruria and Southern Italy.”

“L’Ambra tra Etruria ed Italia meridionale”.

Marinella Pasquinucci, Pisa University, ITA:“How many roads, how many seas…? Amber from the Baltic district to the Roman world.”

“Quante strade, quanti mari …? Ambra dal quartiere Baltico al mondo romano.”

Guido Rosada, Padua University, ITA:

“Towards the North. The Roman Roads and functional centers between Padus and Venetia.”

“Verso Nord. Strade e centri funzionali romani tra Padus e Venetia.”

16,30 PM – Conclusions Final Motion17,00 PM The Rimini ridges excursion and The Archaeological Museum of Verucchio visit

Culture, Tourism, Economy and Environment Workshop

(Montelupo Conference Room, House of the Castle of Domagnano,

Filippo da Sterpeto Square, No. 3)

 

Saturday, April 5, 2014:9,15 AM

Hon Silvia Velo, Secretary for the Environment of the Italian Republic,

Hon Emma Petitti, The Chamber of Deputies of the Italian Republic.

The Territory Representatives’ speeches Open Forum – Conclusions

1st INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF THE CITIES ON AMBER ROADS – REPUBLIC OF SAN MARINO – 15/16 APRIL 2016

The most Important Ancient Roads

FOLLOWING THE 3RD INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE ABOUT THE ANCIENT ROADS (1st Session “The Amber Routes” – “2nd Session “The most important Ancient Roads), WILL BE OPEN IN THE REPUBLIC OF SAN MARINO AND IN THE CITIES OF PESARO, RIMINI AND VERUCCHIO THE  1ST INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF THE CITIES ON THE ANCIENT AMBER ROADS.

There will be the participation of the Representatives of the Governements, of the Regions and of the Cities upon the Ancient Amber Routes (4500 and more Sites only in European Continent, from: Russia, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania, Poland, Germany, Nederland, Belgium, Great Britain, Ireland, France, Spain, Portugal, Byelorussia, Ukraine, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Moldova, Bulgaria, Switzerland, Austria, Italy, Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia Herzegovina, Montenegro, Albania, Macedonia, Greece, Turkey).

Will be the first very important event not only for the cultural and scientific meeting, but also, from the science e the culture, to elaborate the project for the tourism and economic development of al European Countries.


In appendice alla 3° Edizione del CONVEGNO INTERNAZIONALE SULLA VIABILITA’ ANTICA, si terrà nei giorni 15-16 Aprile 2016 nella Repubblica di San Marino, e possibilmente a Pesaro, Rimini e Verucchio, la 1° CONFERENZA INTERNAZIONALE DELLE CITTA’ SULLE ANTICHE VIE DELL’AMBRA, che avrà l’obiettivo finale di riunire gli oltre 4500 siti europei interessati dalla diffusione in tempi antichi dell’Ambra Baltica (che riguardano in pratica tutti gli odierni Stati d’Europa: solo nella penisola Italica ve ne sono un migliaio circa), e con l’apporto della Scienza e della Cultura promuovere la valorizzazione economica e turistica dei territori coinvolti.