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CET (GMT+1)

  • 09:15 / 09:30
  • 09:30 / 12:30
  • 12:30 / 14:00
  • 14:00 / 16:00

Thursday December 2, 2021

  • Welcoming talks
    Ruben BADALYAN & Bérengère PERELLO
  • Armenia
    Moderator : Giulio PALUMBI
  • Toward the chronology of archaeological complexes of Armenia of the 3rd - beginning of the 2nd millennium BC in context of transformation and fragmentation of cultural environment
    Pavel AVETISYAN & Ruben BADALYAN

  • From foothills to high mountains: new data on distribution and chronology of Kura-Araxes tradition in Armenia
    Arsen BOBOKHYAN, Rene KUNZE, Pavol HNILA, Alessandra GILIBERT, Nyree MANOUKIAN, Roman HOVSEPYAN & Mariam AMIRYAN

  • Late Kura-Araxes sub-complexes of Armenia: synchronization problems in the light of new data
    Ruben BADALYAN, Bérengère PERELLO, Annapaola PASSERINI, Pavel AVETISYAN , Arsen BOBOKHYAN, Levon AGHIKYAN & Armine HARUTYUNYAN

  • Shengavit from Kura-Araxes to Early Kurgan
    Hakob SIMONYAN & Mitchell ROTHMAN

  • Discussion
  • Lunch break
  • Georgia
    Moderator : Arsen BOBOKHYAN
  • Archaeology at the Frontiers: Investigations at Rabati, Southern Caucasus
    Giorgi BEDIANASHVILI, Andrew JAMIESON & Claudia SAGONA

  • Late Stage of Kura-Araxes culture in the medieval city of Samshvilde
    Goderdzi NARIMANISHVILI & Nino SHANSHASHVILI

  • The post-Kura-Araxes period in the Southern Caucasus: reflections on definitions and terminology, and a view from Shida Kartl
    Elena ROVA

  • Discussion

CET (GMT+1)

  • 09:30 / 12:00
  • 12:00 / 14:00
  • 14:00 / 17:00
  • 16:30 / 17:00

Friday December 3, 2021

  • South Caucasus
    Moderator : Bertille LYONNET
  • The KUR(A)GAN project. State of the art on the Early Bronze-Middle Bronze Age transition in the Kura river valley and preliminary results
    Svend HANSEN and Giulio PALUMBI

  • The ‘Early Kurgans’ Pottery: A Comprehensive Reassessment and New Perspectives on Material Assemblages and Archaeological Contexts
    Eleonora CARMINATI

  • The demise of the Kura-Araxes phenomenon in its wider context: interregional comparisons in the light of the Late Third-Millennium BCE climatic change and its impact in South-Western Asia
    Catherine MARRO

  • Understanding the end of the Kura-Araxes phenomenon: the radiocarbon perspective
    Annapaola PASSERINI

  • Discussion
  • Lunch break
  • Iran
    Moderator : Rafael GREENBERG
  • Kura-Araxes Culture and its Various Ends
    Karim ALIZADEH

  • The Later Phases of the Early Trans-Caucasian: A Heretical view from Yanik Tepe in NW Iran
    Geoffrey SUMMERS

  • Metamorphism of the end: A close look at the end of the Kura-Araxes cultural tradition
    Sepideh MAZIAR

  • Discussion
  • Final remarks