Conference program:
Monday, 9th February 2015
11.00
REGISTRATION OPEN
13.00
OPENING CEREMONY
Multidisciplinarity in the Holocene
13.30
16.00
Petr Kunes, Helena Svobodova-Svitavska, Jan Kolar, Maria Hajnalova, Vojtech
Abraham, Martin Macek, Peter Tkac and Peter Szabo: The origin of grasslands in the
temperate forest zone of east-central Europe: long-term legacy of climate and human
impact
Oliver Nelle, Andre Billamboz: Lake life. Tree ring contributions to Neolithic Bronze age
palaeolandscape dynamics at Lake Constance
Barbora Vyslouzilova: What is the Environmental History of chernozems?
Manfred Rosch: Abies alba and Homo sapiens in the Black Forest - a difficult story
COFFEE BREAK
Petr Pokorny, Milan Chytry, Lucie Jurickova, Jiri Sadlo, Jan Novak, Vojen Lozek: MidHolocene bottleneck for central European dry grasslands: Did steppe survive the forest
optimum in northern Bohemia, Czech Republic?
Henry Dosedla: Postglacial perspectives in trans-danubian Lower Austria
16.20
Information about conference proceedings journal
16.30
17.00
POSTER INTRODUCTION
POSTER SESSION (& dinner)
14.00
14.30
14.50
15.10
15.40
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Conference program:
Tuesday, 10th February 2015
European archaeobotany
9.00
9.30
9.50
10.10
10.30
11.00
11.20
11.40
12.00
Jaromir Benes, Sabine Karg, Katerina Kodydkova, Anna Maria Mercuri, Giovanna Bosi,
Adela Pokorna, Michal Preusz, Manfred Rosch, Elske Fischer and collaborators:
Archaeobotanical evidence of fig (Ficus carica L.) in Europe on the axis of South-North
gradient. Preliminary information about Papaver Centre research project
Sabine Karg, Carsten Jahnke: Understanding encounters and trade connections, as well as
consuming habits during the medieval period by exploring botanic material from
archaeological excavations and written records from archives in Northern Europe
Laura Sadori, Marco Giardini, Alessia Masi, Caterina Pepe, Gaia Sinopoli: Late
Holocene lacustrine records of environmental and human history in central
Mediterranean
Katerina Kodydkova, Michal Preusz, Petr Kocar, Klara Paclikova: Spicing up the Czech lands
COFFEE BREAK
Tereza Salkova, Ondrej Chvojka: Macro-remain analysis of the prehistory cultural
sediments in the region of South Bohemia
Michaela Latkova, Maria Hajnalova, Peter Barta: Plant macroremains from the river channel
in Mikulčice
Michal Hejcman: Yield and nutritive value of grain, glumes and straw of Triticum
dicoccum produced by prehistoric technology in comparison to T. aestivum
produced by modern technology
LUNCH
African studies
13.30
14.00
14.20
14.40
15.00
15.30
15.50
16.10
16.30
Miroslav Barta: A fall which was necessary. On origins of Ancient Egyptian
civilization
Anna Maria Mercuri, Assunta Florenzano: Humans and water in refugium areas of the desert:
palynological evidence of climate oscillations and cultural trajectories in early to midHolocene Sahara
Adelka Pokorna, Petr Pokorny, Kristyna Kuncova, Jan Novak: Botanical contribution to
interdisciplinary research in Sabaloka, the sixth Nile cataract, Sudan
Lenka Lisa, Ales Bajer, Jan Pacina: Paleopedological investigation of south-western part of
Jebel Sabaloka, the sixth Nile cataract, Sudan
COFFEE BREAK
Jaromir Benes, Miroslav Barta: An unusual burial from the late Third Dynasty (2700 BC) from
Abusir, Egypt: evidence of imported cedar wood in the Old Kingdom period
Zdenka Suvova, Lenka Sukova: Fish and fishing during the Sudanese Mesolithic and Neolithic:
preliminary results from Jebel Sabaloka
Sona Kovalovska: Transformation of the hippopotamus motif in ancient Egypt
COFFEE BREAK
Environmental archaeology
17.00
17.30
Michal Hejcman: Modern livestock breeds reflect past human migrations
Rene Kysely, Lubomir Peske: Equids from archaeological contexts of the Czech Republic:
Question of early horse domestication
19.00
ŠUKAS (music entertainment) + dinner
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Conference program:
Wednesday, 11th February 2015
Environmental archaeology
9.00
9.30
9.50
10.20
10.40
11.00
11.20
11.50
12.10
12.30
12.50
Peter Poschlod: The origin and development of the Central European landscape, habitat
and species diversity as affected by climate
Petr Pokorny, Jindrich Prach, Jan Hosek, Petra Houfkova, Petr Sida: The Czech “Lake country”
– Trebonsko as a key region for environmental archaeology
Radka Kozakova, Petr Kocar, Petr Cech, Romana Kocarova : The early medieval suburbium of
Bílina (NW Bohemia). Unique
wooden construction, archaeobotanical aspects of local
economy and environmental conditions
Dan Bursak, Lubomír Novak, Veronika Komarkova, Petr Pokorny, Jaromír Benes: Last two
years at Tuchlovice, Central Bohemia. The interdisciplinary survey of an Iron Age wet site.
Jan Horak: Two theoretical concepts to improve the environmental-archaeological
interpretations
COFFEE BREAK
David Parma, Lenka Lisa, Lenka Vejrostova, Ales Bajer, Jan Horak, Jan Pacina, Zdenek
Gottvald, Jan Rohovec: Soil as a secondary product of Neolithic occupation of Svratka
alluvial plain; case study from Brno – Přízřenice
Peter Pavuk, Jan Bouzek, lenka Parvonicova: Sciences at Pistiros. Where we are and where
we would like to be
Eliska Ventrubova: Exploitation of mathematic model in subsistence stratégy studies
in prehistory
Lenka Vejrostova, Ales Bajer, Lenka Lisa, Jan Horak, Jan Rohovec, Zdenek Gottvald: An
anthropogenic impact on development of Březina stream basin
Jan Horak: ED-XRF – dangers of very fine method and how to deal it within
archaeological community
13.10
CLOSING CEREMONY
14.30
IANSA EDITORIAL BOARD
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List of posters:
Abrahám Vojtěch, Petr Libor, Svobodová-Svitavská Helena, Kozáková Radka, Jamrichová Eva, Pokorný Petr, Kuneš Petr , Švarcová
Markéta Gabriela, Jachym Marcin: NATURAL SPECIES DISTRIBUTION INFERRED FROM POLLEN-BASED QUANTITATIVE LAND-COVER
RECONSTRUCTION
Bernardová Alexandra, Novák Jan, Vranová Vendula: WETLAND LOCALITY NÁKLO (MORAVIA, CZECH REPUBLIC) – UNIQUE PIECE OF
HISTORY
Blažková Tereza: TRANSFORMATIONS OF THE ŠUMAVA MOUNTAIN LANDSCAPE: THE 19TH CENTURY TIMBER TRADE AND
LUMBERMAN SETTLEMENT
Bobek Přemysl, Radoměřský Tomáš, Kuneš Petr: USING SPECIES DISTRIBUTION MODELS TO IDENTIFY RELICT HABITAT TYPES: A CASE
STUDY OF RHODODENDRON TOMENTOSUM IN THE ELBE SANDSTONE AREA
Divišová Michaela, Šída Petr: HUNTER-GATHERER ARCHAEOBOTANY: THE MESOLITHIC IN THE BOHEMIAN PARADISE
Horák Jan: HEAVY METALS AS TRACERS IN PALEORESEARCH – OVERVIEW OF KUTNÁ HORA RESEARCH
Horák Jan: MEDIEVAL AGRICULTURAL ACTIVITIES AND PEDOGENESIS (CASE STUDY: SPINDELBACH, KRUŠNÉ HORY – ORE
MOUNTAINS)
Horáková Marcela, Hladký Jan, Horák Jan, Vávra Jiří, Jiřík Jaroslav, Kuchařík Milan: GEOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF THE SOIL SAMPLES
FROM THE MIGRATION PERIOD BURIAL GROUND PRAGUE-ZLIČÍN
Horáková Marcela, Šálková Tereza, Uhlířová Hana, Dohnalová Alena, Novák Jan, Vávra Jiří, Jiřík Jaroslav, Kuchařík Milan:
ARCHAEOBOTANY AND OSTEOLOGY ON THE MIGRATION PERIOD BURIAL GROUND PRAGUE-ZLIČÍN
Horváth Peter: THE SITULAS WITH SPECIFIC ORNAMENTS IN THE CONTEXT OF ECONOMIC EXCHANGE RELATIONSHIPS.
Houfková Petra, Horák Jan, Pokorná Adéla, Bešta Tomáš, Uhrová Kristina, Novák Jan, Klír Tomáš: SHORT-LIVED MEDIEVAL VILLAGE
SPINDELBACH (ORE MOUNTAINS): ITS EFFECTS ON LOCAL ENVIRONMENT
Jamrichová Eva Hédl Radim, Szabó Péter, Kolář Jan, Tkáč Peter, Chudomelová Markéta: PERSISTENCE OF TEMPERATE OPEN
WOODLAND IN CENTRAL EUROPE UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF HUMAN MANAGEMENT.
Kosňovská Jitka: CAROB FRUIT (CERATONIA SILIQUA L.) AS A REFERENCE OF BRISK TRADE IN THE EARLY MEDIEVAL AREA OF THE
PRAGUE CASTLE, CZECH REPUBLIC
Kuchařík Milan, Postránecká Kateřina, Zavřel Jan, Žáčková Pavla: A PREHISTORIC WATER RESERVOIR IN KYŠICE, DIST. PLZEŇ, CZECH
REPUBLIC
Kuncová Kristýna, Pokorná Adéla, Pokorný Petr: POTENTIAL CONTRIBUTION OF PHYTOLITH ANALYSIS TO THE FIELD INVESTIGATION
OF INTERDISCIPLINARY TEAM IN SABALOKA, THE SIXTH NILE CATARACT, SUDAN, SEASON AUTUMN 2014
Látková Michaela: SECONDARY EVIDENCE OF THE PRESENCE OF FAGUS SYLVATICA IN MIKULČICE
Leonova Natalia, Nesmeyanov Sergey, Vinogradova Ekaterina, Voeykov Olga: PALEOLANDSCAPES AND SETTLEMENT SYSTEM IN THE
SOUTH 0F RUSSIAN PLAIN AT THE END OF UPPER PALEOLITH
Pokorná Adéla, Pokorný Petr, Novák Jan, Juřičková Lucie, Havelková Petra, Suková Lenka, Varadzin Ladislav: MULTIDISCIPLINARY
INVESTIGATION OF AN EARLY POST-MEROITIC TUMULUS AT JEBEL SABALOKA, SIXTH NILE CATARACT, SUDAN
Pták Martin: PLANT AND ANIMAL MOTIVES ON MEDIEVAL EMBOSSED FLOOR TILES
Stehlíková Eva: DENDROCHRONOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF TIMBER WOOD ORIGINATED IN HISTORICAL CHURCHES BUILT ALONG UPPER
FLOW OF VLTAVA RIVER
Suková Lenka, Varadzin Ladislav, Pokorná Adéla, Pokorný Petr: EXPLORATION OF THE SITE OF SPHINX (SBK.W-60), JEBEL SABALOKA
(WEST BANK): FINDINGS OF THE 2014 FIELD CAMPAIGN
Švarcová Markéta Gabriela, Svobodová-Svitavská Helena, Kolář Jan, Kuneš Petr: KEY FACTORS SHAPING THE HOLOCENE VEGETATION
DEVELOPMENT OF THE BOHEMIAN – MORAVIAN HIGHLANDS (CZECH REPUBLIC)
Trávníková Kristýna, Hausteinová Tereza, Kovačiková Lenka, Houfková Petra, Šálková Tereza, Hiltscher Tomáš, Pták Martin, Beneš
Jaromír: VEGETATION HISTORY, PLANT AND ANIMAL ECONOMY OF EARLY MEDIEVAL SOUTH BOHEMIAN SETTLEMENT NA JÁNU IN
NETOLICE
Uhrová Kristina, Houfková Petra, Bernardová Alexandra, John Jan, Beneš Jaromír: LATE-GLACIAL VEGETATION DEVELOPMENT OF THE
SOUTH BOHEMIAN BASIN, CZECH REPUBLIC.
Umbleja Liisa, Puusepp Liisa: THE APPLICATION OF DIATOM ANALYSIS IN ARCHAEOLOGY: A CASE STUDY OF THE NEOLITHIC
SETTLEMENT SITE FROM LIBERTY SQUARE, TALLINN, ESTONIA
Vignola Christiano, Alessia Masi, Laura Sadori: THE USE OF CARBON AND NITROGEN STABLE ISOTOPES IN PLANT MACROREMAINS
FOR THE CHRONOLOGICAL, CLIMATIC AND AGRICULTURAL RECONSTRUCTION OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES. THE EXAMPLE OF
ARSLANTEPE (TURKEY)
Vondrák Daniel, Tátosová Jolana, Kadlec Jaroslav, Heiri Oliver: FIRST CHIRONOMID-INFERRED MEAN JULY AIR TEMPERATURE
RECONSTRUCTION FROM THE CZECH REPUBLIC: MULTI-PROXY RESEARCH OF A LACUSTRINE SEDIMENT CORE FROM PLEŠNÉ LAKE
Žáčková Pavla, Kuchařík Milan, Potůčková Anna: ARCHAEOBOTANICAL REMAINS FROM A MEDIEVAL SITE IN THE TOWN OF ÚPICE,
LOCATED IN THE FOOTHILLS OF THE GIANT MOUNTAINS (KRKONOŠE MOUNTAINS), CZECH REPUBLIC
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