INTERNATIONAL ARCHAEOLOGICAL CONFERENCE
Thessaloniki, May 17-20, 2017
AULA OF THE OLD BUILDING OF THE PHILOSOPHICAL SCHOOL
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Classical Pottery of the Northern Aegean and its Periphery
It is generally agreed that the Conference on the “Classical Pottery of the Northern Aegean and its Periphery (480-323/300 BC)” met its targets successfully, largely thanks to your contribution and collaboration.
However, the true scientific impact of our Conference will be determined by the timely publication of its Proceedings. To this end, we invite you to submit your papers in Greek or English by December 31, 2017. Please read the Submission Guidelines following this invitation carefully, so that we can expedite the editing process.
We look forward to working with you during the preparation of the CPNA Proceedings,
Have a nice summer!
The Organizing Committee
Classical Pottery of the Northern Aegean and its Periphery (480-323/300 BC)
Deadline: December 31, 2017
• The length of each manuscript should not exceed 5000 words including footnotes. Bibliography is excluded.
• Please produce your manuscript in Microsoft Word format (2007 or later), using Times New Roman 12 for the text with spacing of 1.5 and Times New Roman 10 with single spacing for the footnotes.
• The use of footnotes (with continuous numbering) is preferred over endnotes.
• A total of ten (10) Illustrations, tables, drawings etc. with a minimum of 600 dpi can accompany your text. They should be numbered consecutively and labelled separately. Please indicate the copyright of each photo in the caption, in parenthesis. (N.B. The copyright for the publication of the illustrations must be secured in advance by the authors).
• For the abbreviations, please follow the standards of the American Journal of Archaeology (see attached file). Citations in footnotes should include the author’s last name, followed by the publication year and the precise page number(s), see examples below. When citing an author with more than one publication from the same year, distinguish his/her work by the addition of letters (e.g., 2000a, 2000b etc.). Bibliography should appear last in text and keep a strict alphabetical order. Authors should make sure to provide full titles in the Bibliography, i.e. name, title of article/book, journal/series, publication site and page range (when referring to articles). Please create a separate list for Greek titles.
• Below you may find some examples of bibliographic references:
*Please use dash ( – ) not hyphen ( - ) to separate names and cities, and to indicate page-range.
Cook – Dupont 1998: R. M. Cook – P. Dupont, East Greek Pottery, London – New York.
Monograph in a series
Coulié 2002: A. Coulié, La céramique thasienne à figures noires, Études Thasiennes XIX, Athènes.
Article in a journal
Benson 1983: J. L. Benson, “Corinthian Kotyle Workshops”, Hesperia 52, 311–326.
Article in a collective volume (Proceedings, Festschrifts etc.)
Tiverios 2008: M. Tiverios, “Greek Colonisation of the Northern Aegean”, in G. R. Tsetskhladze (ed.), Greek Colonisation. An Account of Greek Colonies and other Settlements Overseas, vol. 2, Mnemosyne Suppl. 193, Leiden – Boston, 1–154.
Article in a collective volume (Series)
Shalganova – Gotzev 1995: T. Shalganova – A. Gotzev, “Problems of Research on the Early Iron Age”, in D. W. Bailey – I. Panayotov (eds.), Prehistoric Bulgaria, Monographs in World Archaeology 22, Wisconsin, 327–343.
Webpage (last access date in parenthesis)
Wolle 1999: A. Wolle, Çatalhöyük: Excavations of a Neolithic Anatolian Höyük, http://catal.arch.cam.ac.uk/catal/catal.html (29/11/1999).
Article in an e-journal (last access date in parenthesis)
Hodder 1999: I. Hodder, “Archaeology and Global Information Systems”, Internet Archaeology 6, http://intarch.ac.uk/ (25/11/1999).
• Manuscripts should include a ca. 300-word summary. The editors will translate it into Greek.
The Organizing Committee
The Scientific and Organizing Committee wish to thank the participants for their great interest in the Conference, which resulted in an outstanding collection of papers and a promising three-day program. More specifically, the Conference is scheduled to begin in the morning of Wednesday 17/5 and last through the evening of Friday 19/5, while on Saturday 20/5 there will be an optional visit to the archaeological site and museum of Ancient Pella (pre-registration mandatory at the Conference webpage by 30/4).
Due to the large number of participants, papers cannot exceed 20’, while time for discussion has been allotted after every session. Speakers are required to be at the aula at least 15’ before the beginning of each panel and to promptly hand their PowerPoints to the Secretariat to avoid any delays. If a speaker wishes to circulate photocopies, handouts or similar material, s/he needs to prepare it in advance and inform the Conference Secretariat in a timely manner.
Hard-copies of all abstracts will be given to the speakers upon their registration and will be made available on the Conference webpage beforehand. Furthermore, all registered participants will receive a complimentary copy of the Proceedings of the First Conference on “The Archaic Pottery of the Northern Aegean and Its Periphery (700-480 B.C.),” along with additional archaeological publications.
Participation at the Conference is free and no registration fees are required. The organizers will offer a wine reception on Thursday night (18/5), as well as coffee-breaks throughout the meeting. Speakers are responsible for arranging for their own accommodation and may choose among a selection of hotels with special offers for Conference members (list available at our webpage). Please be advised that the rates indicated are given as special prices for the Conference, but they may change as well.
The Scientific Committee
Member of the Academy of Athens - Professor Emeritus, AUTh
Professor Emerita, AUTh
Honorary Ephor of Antiquities, Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Sports
Associate Professor, AUTh
Recent excavations in the Northern Aegean and its periphery have yielded large amounts of Classical pottery, both local and imported. The study of local pottery contributes to ongoing research on regional workshops and the influences they received from other areas, while the examination of imported wares includes not only painted vases, among which Attic are the most prominent, but also other categories of plain pottery, e.g., trade amphoras. Such a multi-faceted approach offers the opportunity to explore questions related to commerce and the longevity and diffusion of vases within the Northern Aegean. It also aims to highlight more specific topics, such as local imitations of painted and black glaze pottery and the impact of metalworks on the ceramic production. Lastly, it provokes a discussion on issues on iconography, techniques, ceramic workshops, shapes and function of vases. Continuing the tradition of the archaeological meeting on Archaic Pottery of the Northern Aegean and its Periphery (May 19-22, 2011), the Department of Archaeology of the School of History and Archaeology at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, along with the Department of Language, Literature and Culture of the Black Sea Countries at the Democritus University of Thrace and the Scientific Committee of the first conference are organizing a new meeting in order to discuss and further investigate the topics described above.