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Underwater archaeology through the eyes of a student

This Friday in Toruń, an archaeological conference will begin, organised on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the activity of the Underwater Research Student Association. The papers will be presented in the building of the Institute of Archaeology of the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, at Bydgoska Street 44/48. Below is the agenda for
Published: April 16, 2012 - 00:06
Updated: July 22, 2023 - 05:52
Underwater archaeology through the eyes of a student

This Friday in Toruń, an archaeological conference will begin, organised on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the activity of the Underwater Research Student Association. The papers will be presented in the building of the Institute of Archaeology of the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, at Bydgoska Street 44/48.

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Below is the agenda for the conference:

Friday 20 April

10.00 – Introductory word

Session I

10.15-10.40 – “Underwater archaeology at Nicolaus Copernicus University” – Dr. Andrzej Pydyn, Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń

10.40-11.05 – “The history of researching in the field of underwater archaeology at Kiev University” – Maria Dobrotvor, Kyiv National Shevchenko University.

11.05-11.30 – “Underwater investigations of Kyiv National Shevchenko University at the Black sea” – Alina Veiber, Kyib National Shevchenko University.

11.30-11.55 – “First aid for objects excavated from aquatic environments” – Magdalena Rudzińska, S.Staszic AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow

11.55-12.20 – ‘Waterfront Archaeology – great potential and frontier research’. – Andrzej Święch, Zea Harbour Project.

12.20-12.45 – “The Stone Age underwater… dreams or the future of underwater archaeology?” – Mateusz Popek, Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń.

Session II

13.15-13.40 – “Crimea Project Underwater Expedition” – M.A. Magdalena Nowakowska, University of Warsaw.

13.40-14.05 – ‘Naval artillery – difficult beginnings’ – Bartosz Pankowski, Jagiellonian University.

14.05-14.30 – “Sea hunting on Pobrzeże Południowobałtyckim in the light of archaeological and ethnological sources” – Rafał Bukowski, Mikołaj Kopernik University in Toruń.

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Saturday 21 April

Session III

11.00-11.25 – “Bride for a god. The tradition of the ‘cult of cenotes’ in the Yucatan Peninsula” – Małgorzata Mileszczyk, University of Warsaw.

11.25-11.50 – “Accra 2011: Archaeological underwater expedition in the submerged of the ancient settelment” Paweł Stencel, Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń.

11.50-12.15 – “Italian glazed pottery from the 13th century shipwreck underwater excavation at Novy Svet, on the Crimean peninsula, Ukraine” – Liubov Tymofieva, Kyiv National Shevchenko University.

12.15-12.40 – “Cork unequal to a cork, or the corking of amphorae in antiquity”. Marta Bajtler, University of Warsaw.

12.40-13.10 – Break

Session IV

13.10-13.35 – “Antique Caska I”. – Jelena Glamać, University of Zadar, Croatia.

13.35-14.00 – “Antique Casca II”. – Sebastian Govorcin, University of Zadar, Croatia.

14.00-14.25 – “Developments in boatbuilding in late antiquity. Slow evolution or crisis-driven progress?” – Michał Grabowski, Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń.

14.25-14.50 – “Roman navy – Classis Flavia Pannonica” – Matej Skolc, University of Ljubljana.

14.50-15.15 – “Underwater archaeological research of the shipwreck site of the Russian battleship of the 18th century “St. Alexander” at the beam of Tarkhankutski LightHouse” – Kateryna Rymbalovych, Kyiv National terrace Shevchenko University.

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