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Green Arabia. Human Prehistory at the Crossroads of Continents

 

2nd – 4th April, 2014, St John's College, Oxford

 

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DRAKE N. : The palaeozoography of the Saharo-Arabian deserts and the dispersal of Modern Humans
JENNINGS R. : Climate modelling and archaeological site distribution analyses in the Saharo-Arabian belt
PARTON A. : Palaeoclimate and demography: how wet is wet?
BOUZZOUGAR A., BARTON N. : Behavioural continuity and change in the Middle Stone Age of the Maghreb, North Africa SHEA J.J. : Did complex projectile technology enable Homo sapiens to successfully disperse from Africa after 50,000 years ago?
BLINKHORN J. : At the desert's edge: dispersal beyond the Saharo-Arabian Belt
SCERRI E. : Dispersal and adaptation in the Saharo-Arabian arid belt: new évidence from stone Tools
PREUSSER F. : Dating past environmental change in arid zones Aylwyn S
CALLY A. : Out of Africa: the emerging picture from whole genome data Jon
ERLANDSON J. : Coasting out of Africa: a mangrove highway hypothesis
DELAGNES A. : Looking for cultural affinities between Africa and Arabia: in pursuit of a pipe dream?

Poster :

CANCELLIERI E., CREMASCHI M., ZERBONI A. : Middle and Late Pleistocene hunter-gatherers of Central Sahara: the record from SW Libya
FARR L., ARMITAGE S., CANDY I., CROWHURST S., DRAKE N., HUNT C., JONES S., RUSSELL N., WHITE K., BARKER G. : Geoarchaeological investigations in the Al-Marj basin, Libya
JEFFREY A., BARTON N., DENYS C., STOETZEL E., BOUZZOUGAR A., LEE-THORP J. : Exploring human responses to climate change in North Africa using oxygen and carbon stable isotopes from small mammal teeth
MANNING K., TIMPSON A. : The demographic response to Holocene climate change in the Sahara

SEAPEOPLE - "Archaeology of maritime hunter-gatherers: From settlement function to the spatial organization of the coastal zone"

Université de rennes I - Séance de la Société Préhistorique Française – Rennes, 10-11 avril 2014

Parmi les contributions :

VERNET R . : L'exploitation ancienne des ressources du littoral atlantique mauritanien (7500-1000 cal)

 

 

Trans-SAHARA: State Formation, Migration and Trade in the Central Sahara (1000 BC - AD 1500) : The Trans-Sahara trade conference


University of Leicester, 28-30 avril 2014

Parmi les contributions :

A. HAOUR : What made Islamic Trade Distinctive, as Compared to Pre-Islamic Trade?
J. SCHEELE : The Invisible Pastoralists: Camel-Herding, Raiding and Saharan Trade and Settlement
D. MATTINGLY et al. : Market Day in Fazzan: Characterisation and Spatial Tracking in Early Saharan Trade
S. MAGNAVITA : Track and Trace. Archaeometric Approaches to the Study of Early Trans-Saharan Trade
L. DUSSUBIEUX : Glass Beads in the Trans-Saharan Trade
S. NIXON : The Economies and Cultures of the Trans-Saharan Gold Trade from Pre-Islamic Times to the Modern Era
M. BONIFAY : Can we Speak of Pottery and Amphora ‘Import Substitution’ in Inland Regions of Roman Africa?
A. LEONE : Pottery and Trade in North and Sub-Saharan Africa: The Distribution of North African Wares
L. BENDER-JORGENSEN : Textiles and Textile Trade in the First Millennium AD - Evidence from Egypt
M. CISSE : The Trans-Saharan Trade Connection with Gao (Mali) During the First Millennium
A. WILSON : Saharan Exports to the Roman World
M. HORTON : Ships of the Desert, Camels of the Ocean: Indian Ocean Perspectives on Trans-Saharan Trade

 

 

 

Trans-SAHARA: State Formation, Migration and Trade in the Central Sahara (1000 BC - AD 1500) The Trans-Saharans burials, migration and identity conférence

University of Leicester, 30 avril-2 mai 2014

 

C. EHRET : Estimating Divergence Dates and Expansion Histories in the Northern Sahara and Maghreb
E. FENTRESS : The Archaeological and Genetic Correlates of Amazight Linguistics Roger Blench : The Linguistic Prehistory of the Sahara
D. MATTINGLY et al. : Dying to be Garamantian: Burial and Migration in Fazzan
M. GATTO et al. : Identity Markers in the SW Fezzan – Were People of the Tanezuft/Acacus Region Garamantians?
R. POWER et al.: Human Mobility and Identity: Variation, Diet and Migration in Relation to the Garamantes of Fazzan
F. RICCI et al. : Garamantes from Fewet (Ghat, Fezzan, Libya): A Skeletal Perspective
M. BUZON et al. : Isotopic Approaches to Mobility in Northern Africa: A Bioarchaeological Examination of Egyptian/Nubian Interaction in the Nile Valley
S. MAGNAVITA : Burial and Society at Kissi, Burkina Faso
S. MacEACHERN : Burial Practice, Settlement and Regional Connections in the Southern Lake Chad Basin, 1500 BC – AD 1500
Y. BOKBOTt : Proto-Historic and Pre-Islamic Funerary Archaeology in the Moroccan Pre-Saharan Area
E. PAPI : Revisiting First Millennium BC Graves in Northwest Morocco
J. SANMARTI, I.CRUZ : Numidian Burial Practices D.Edwards : Between the Nile and the Sahara. Some Comparative Perspectives…

 

 

 

 

L’Égypte des origines.
Cinquième colloque international
sur les études
pré-
et protodynastiques

Origins5

Le Caire, 13-18 avril 2014

 

 

Parmi les contributions :

VERMEERSCH P.M., VAN PEER P., LINSEELE V., MARINOVA E., MOEYERSONS J. : Early and Middle Holocene Human Occupation of the Egyptian Eastern Desert: Sodmein Cave
JEUTHE C. : The Sheikh Muftah occupation at Balat North (Dakhla Oasis/ Western Desert) during the Old Kingdom
HORN M. : The Tasian-Badarian Divide in the Qau-Matmar Region: A Re-Evaluation on the Basis of Burial Dress
CLAES W., HENDRICKX S., DEVILLERS A., HART E., KINDERMANN K. et al. : From the early Old Kingdom to the Badarian: recent excavations in the settlement area of Elkab.
HASSAN F., TASSIE G., VAN WETERING J., BANKS K. M. : The Exogenous/Impressed Decorated Ceramics from the Naqada Region
MARCHAND S. : La céramique Nagada III de Ayn Fogeya (Sinaï)
PAWLIKOWSKI M., SZYMANOWICZ M. : An importance of Neolithic-Early Dynastic-the end of Old Kingdom transition in Ancient Egypt. Geological evidences of climatic oscillations
LANKESTER F. : ‘Control of the wild’ in Egypt’s predynastic rock-art.
FRIEDMAN R., DROUX X. : Gebel Sheikh Suleiman Revisited
ANSELIN A. : Iconographies, oralitures, hiéroglyphie. Quelques réflexions sur les contextes culturels de l’apparition de l’écriture
MIDANT-REYNES B. et al. : The evolution of dwellings in the Nile Delta during the 4th millennium. A view from Tell el-Iswid CH?ODNICKI M. : From the storage pit to the silo. Storage devices from Predynastic to Early Dynastic times. A view from Tell el-Farkha
CIA?OWICZ K. M. : Beginnings of the Egyptian State. View from the Eastern Nile Delta
BAJEOT J., FRANGIPANE M., ZAMPETTI D. : Researches of the Sapienza University of Rome in the site of Maadi (Lower Egypt): topography and artefacts in a chronological perspective
CZARNOWICZ M. : Egypt, Nile Delta and the Near East: Early contacts in context
CZEKAJ-ZASTAWNYA., KABACINSKY J., IRISH J.D. : Late Neolithic neonates’ cemetary of Gebel Ramlah, Western Desert of Egypt IBRAHIM H.T. : A View of Nabta Playa Megalithic Structures and their possible implications.
NELSON K., KHALIFA E., HILL R. : Caching Behavior and its importance to understanding changing stone tool production and human mobility during the Late/Final Neolithic in the Egyptian Western Desert.
KINDERMANN K. : Considerations about significant stone artefacts – scrapers in Predynastic and Dynastic Egypt.
BABA M. : Emergence of Industrial Production Activities during the Naqada II period at Hierakonpolis
FLORES J.: Economie et société au Protodynastique CAMPAGNO M. : Patronage in Early Egypt?
Di PIETRO G.A. : Re-investing Naqada’role in the formation procès of the Egyptian statae
ANGEVIN R. : Work and kniffe : early dynastic bifacial production and craft specialization a view from Umm el Qaab and Abu Rawash
HOOD A., SCHWENNINGER J.L. : Illuminating Early Dynastic Egypt: absolute dating of Early Dynastic ceramics using optically stimulated luminescence dating

 

Interdisciplinary meeting on climate change and seismic hazards during the Holocene in the Mediterranean

CEREGE
Aix en Provence

7-8 juillet 2014

Parmi les communications

 

LEDUC G. : Sources of uncertainties regarding the abruptness of the end of the african humid period
FAGEL N. : Holocene évolution of the coastal system of Sfax
CHEDDADI R. : Preliminary data for reconstructing Holocene climate change in the Middle Atlas mountains, Morocco NOURELBAIT M. : Environmental changes during the Holocene in the Moroccan Middle Atlas : a preliminary study (poster)

 

 

 

 

 

14e Congrès de Préhistoire africaine (PANAF)

http://www.paa2014.co.za/

University of the Witwatersrand,

Johannesburg, South Africa

13-19 juillet 2014

Une présentation inutilement compliquée ne permet pas un listing plus efficace

HUYSECOM E., OZAINNE S., JEANBOURQUIN C., MAYOR A., CANETTI M., LOUKOU S. : Excavations of tells in West Africa: Can the Near-Eastern excavation model be followed ?
JEANBOURQUIN C. : SPATIAL ANALYSIS OF POTTERY PRODUCTION FROM THE PRE-DOGON TELL OF SADIA (DOGON COUNTRY, MALI)
CANETTI M., HUYSECOM E., JEANBOURQUIN C., OZAINNE, S., LOUKOU S., MAYOR A. : SETTLEMENT MOUNDS IN THE DOGON COUNTRY : DOMESTIC STRUCTURES AND ARCHITECTURE AT THE SITE OF SADIA (MALI)
NDAO D. : Contribution des buttes anthropiques de l'Atakora et de la vallée du Niger (Nord de la République du Bénin) à la connaissance de l'histoire du peuplement
KANTOUSSAN A. : LE PATRIMOINE ARCHÉOLOGIQUE FACE À L’AMÉNAGEMENT DES VILLES EN AFRIQUE SUBSAHARIENNE : L’EXEMPLE DE LA VILLE DE DAKAR AVEC LA CONSTRUCTION DE L’AUTOROUTE À PÉAGE DAKAR-DIAMNIADIO
DELVOYE A., LAPORTE L., BOCOUM H., CROS J., DJOUAD S. et al. : « L’art et la manière... »Approche technologique des céramiques de dépôt dans le mégalithisme sénégambien – Le cas de la nécropole de Wanar (Sénégal) KINDERMANN K.,
van PEER P., HENSELOWSKY F., BUBENZER O. : Geo-archaeological research on a Late Pleistocene Rock Shelter in Northeast-Africa: Sodmein Cave
CHEVRIER B., RASSE M., TRIBOLO C., HUYSECOM E. : NOUVELLES DONNÉES SUR LE MIDDLE ET LE LATE STONE AGE D’AFRIQUE DE L’OUEST. TECHNOLOGIE ET DATATION DES SITES DU RAVIN DES GUÊPIERS ET DE FATANDI V (SÉNÉGAL ORIENTAL).
SOUBIRA T. : HYDRAULIQUE URBAINE, HYDRAULIQUE AGRAIRE : HISTOIRE ET ARCHÉOLOGIE D’UNE OASIS SAHARIENNE. CAS DE SIJILMÂSA (MAROC).
ERHET C. : DATING THE PREHISTORY OF THE AFROASIATIC LANGUAGE FAMILY THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF EARLY MEROE: A REAPPRAISAL
LOUKOU S. : ALINGUEL (EASTERN SENEGAL) : EVOLUTION OF A SETTLEMENT BEFORE, DURING AND AFTER THE WEST AFRICAN EMPIRES "
LE QUELLEC J.L. : NEW APPROACHES IN ROCK ART
POPE J. : THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF EARLY MEROE: A REAPPRAISAL
HAOUR A., LIVINGSTONE SMITH A. : THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF FIRST-MILLENNIUM SETTLEMENT IN NORTHERN BENIN, WEST AFRICA
MAYOR A., HUYSECOM A., OZAINNE S., MAGNAVITA S. : “TOLOY” AND “TELLEM” REPLACED BY COMPLEX PRE-DOGON SOCIETIES (MALI)
HONORE E. : NEGATIVE ROCK PAINTINGS IN WADI SURA II SHELTER (GILF EL-KEBIR, EGYPT) WATRIN E. : THE 'BEASTS' OF WADI SÛRA, GILF EL-KEBIR (EGYPT): CHRONO-STRATIGRAPHY AND INTERREGIONAL CONNECTIONS KIENON-KABORE T. : STRATEGIES POUR LA SAUVEGARDE, LA PRESERVATION ET LA VALORISATION DU PATRIMOINE DE LA METALLURGIE ANCIENNE DU FER DU NORD DE LA COTE D’IVOIRE.
HACHID M. : LA CHRONOLOGIE PALEOCLIMATOLOGIQUE, ARCHEOLOGIQUE ET RUPESTRE DU TASSILI-N-AJJER (ALGERIE),
Di LERNIA S., ALHAIQUE, CREMASCHI M., GALLINARO M., MANZI G., MERCURI A., TAFURI M., ZERBONI A. : Saharan ‘hotspots’: Holocene changing environments and resilient adaptations of human groups in the Tadrart Acacus Mts. and neighbouring regions (SW Libya)
GARCEA E.A.A. : BETWEEN FLOODS AND DROUGHTS: RISK MANAGEMENT AND RESOURCE PREDICTABILITY OVER 5000 YEARS AT GOBERO, NIGER (9500-4500 BP)
KIENON-KABORE T. : BILAN DES RECHERCHES SUR LA METALLURGIE ANCIENNE DU FER EN COTE D’IVOIRE SERNEELS V. : THE PROJECT “ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE IRON PRODUCTION IN BURKINA FASO AND IVORY COAST”: PRELIMINARY RESULTS 2011-2013.
SERNEELS V., SIMPORE L. : KORSIMORO (BURKINA FASO): UN SITE DE PRODUCTION MASSIVE DU FER (7e – 17e SIECLES AD).
CANCELLIERI E., CREMASCHI M., ZERBONI A. Di LERNIA S., : CAN BLADE TECHNOLOGIESOF THE MESSAK MASSIF (SW LIBYA) SUGGEST A LATE PLEISTOCENE LATER STONE AGE OCCUPATION OF CENTRAL SAHARA?
CANCELLIERI E., CREMASCHI M., ZERBONI A. Di LERNIA S., : STONE AGE HUNTER-GATHERERS OF CENTRAL SAHARA: COLONIZATION, ADAPTATION, SURVIVAL
M TOSSOU M., NDAO D. : Contribution de la palynologie et de l'archéologie à la connaissance de la mise en place du Dahomey Gap : nouvelles données.
CHAMPION L., HAOUR A., LUCAS L., FULLER D.Q. : RICE AND MILLETS IN EARLY BENIN: ARCHAEOBOTANICAL RESEARCH IN BENIN IN THE CONTEXT EARLY WEST AFRICAN AGRICULTURE
GALLINARO M . : TRACING THE ROUND HEADS STYLE IN THE CENTRAL SAHARAN MASSIFS
RIEMER H., KUPER R., LEISEN H., BUBENZER O., KRAUSE S., FORSTER F., DARIUS F. : WADI SURA: INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES ON A SAHARAN ROCK ART LANDSCAPE (SW EGYPT)
ZAMPETTI D. : Focus on the central Saharan pastoral rock art: the so-called "Uan Amil style".
CAPEL C. : THE COLUMNS TOMB OF KUMBI SALEH (MAURITANIA): FIRST DATINGS AND NEW ARCHAEOLOGICAL INTERPRETATIONS
De BARROS P. : DISCOVERY OF EARLY IRON AGE FURNACE REMAINS DATING TO 2400-2000 YRS AGO IN THE BASSAR REGION OF TOGO
BUDKA J., D’ERCOLE G., GARCEA E.A.A. : THE SUCCESSFUL ‘RECIPE’ FOR A LONG-LASTING TRADITION: NUBIAN CERAMIC ASSEMBLAGES FROM SAI ISLAND (NORTHERN SUDAN) FROM PREHISTORIC TIMES TO THE NEW KINGDOM PERIOD
RASOLONDRAINY T. : ROCK PAINTINGS AND POSSIBLE LIBYCO-BERBER INSCRIPTION FROM THE UPPER ONILAHY, SOUTHWESTERN MADAGASCAR
OSYPINSKI P., OSYPINSKA M. : NOUVELLES DONNÉES SUR LE COMPORTEMENT HUMAIN DANS LA VALLÉE DU NIL MOYEN
LESUR J. : PASTORALISTS IN THE EGYPTIAN WESTERN DESERT DURING THE 5TH MILLENNIUM BCE: OCCUPATION PATTERNS AND HERDING STRATEGIES IN A DRYING REGION
GALLINARO M., Di LERNIA S., VANZETTI A. : du risque au danger le patimoine culturel de la Lybie du sud-ouest (Sahara central)
GALLINARO M.,: Les images humaines du Néolithqiue comme symbole des relations entre l’Afrique du Nord et la méditerranée
OZAINNE S. : The ExPAND model: understanding the mechanisms of agriculture expansion in West Africa from a multi-agent-based simulations
MAGNAVITA S., THIAW I. : Burial mounds in Central Senegal: New prospections and excavations

POSTERS

OSYPINSKI P., OSYPINSKA M., GATTO M. : PREHISTORIC CATTLE CEMETERY IN WADI KHASHAB, EASTERN DESERT, EGYPT
DONADINI F., SERNEELS V., El KATEB A. : FIRST ARCHAEOMAGNETIC MEASUREMENTS FROM KORSIMORO ( BURKINA FASO)
AMBLARD-PISON A., HONORE E., PERSON A. : TERRITORIES, RESOURCES AND ECOSYSTEMS MANAGEMENT IN REFUGE AREAS OF THE HOLOCENE SAHARA: CONVERGENCE AND DIVERGENCE OF STRATEGIES BY HUMAN GROUPS IN TWO REMOTE AREAS (MAURITANIA, EGYPT)
AOURAGHE H., SALA-RAMOS R., CHACON, HADDOUMI, El HAMMOUTI K. : EVOLUTION OF THE PREHISTORIC SETTLEMENTS OF AIN BNI MATHAR REGION (EASTERN OF MOROCCO): THE EXCAVATIONS RESULTS.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

IUSPP Congress

 

Burgos

1-7 septembre 2014

 

Parmi les interventions :

Scerri E., Drake N., Groucut H., Jenning R. : THE NORTH AFRICAN MIDDLE STONE AGE DURING MARINE ISOTOPE STAGE 5
Blinkhorn J. : THE PASSAGE TO INDIA: DISPERSALS AT THE EASTERN EDGE OF THE DESERT BELT
Bouzouggar A., Barton N. : RECENT RESEARCH INTO THE NORTH AFRICAN MIDDLE/LATE STONE AGE
Bouzouggar A., McPherron S., Ditchfield, Peter Steele T. et al. : CULTURAL TRANSITIONS IN THE NORTH AFRICAN MIDDLE STONE AGE: A VIEW FROM MOROCCO
Aouadi A., Belhouchet L., Barton N. : QUELQUES CONSIDERATIONS TECHNO-COMPORTEMENTALES SUR DEUX SERIES LITHIQUES ET OSTEOLOGIQUES DU PALEOLITHIQUE MOYEN EN TUNISIE
Mutri G., Jones S. : THE LATE STONE AGE OF HAUA FTEAH CAVE IN NORTHERN CYRENAICA, LIBYA: ORIGINS, CHARACTERISTICS AND LATE PLEISTOCENE TECHNOLOGICAL SHIFTS.
Sari L., Abderrazak D., Spassov S. Soudani L. et al. : L’APPORT DU SITE DE KEF EN-NAGA (CHEFFIA, NORD-EST ALGERIEN). LA QUESTION DE LA TRANSITION EPIPALEOLITHIQUE-NEOLITHIQUE. DONNEES STRATIGRAPHIQUES, PALEO-MAGNETIQUES ET ARCHEOLOGIQUES.
El Hajraoui M.A., Nespoulet ., Debenath A. : INDICES DU COMPORTEMENT MODERNE CHEZ LES HOMMES D’EL MNASRA (TEMARA, MAROC) IL Y A PLUS DE 100 000 ANS.
Campmas E., Costamagno S., Amani F., Michel P., El Hajraoui M.A., Nespoulet R. : FIRST INSIGHTS ON THE ECONOMIC-ORGANIZATION OF THE ATERIAN HUNTER-GATHERERS DURING THE OIS 5: EXAMPLES FROM THE T.MARA COASTAL REGION (MOROCCO).
Ramos J., Zouak M., Vijande E.., Cantillo J.J., Dominguez-Bella S. et al. : THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL RESULTS OF PREHISTORIC SOCIETIES OBTAINED IN THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL CHART OF NORTH AFRICA PROJECT
Ramos J., Bernal D., Vijande E., Cantillo, J.J., Barrena A., Dominguez-Bella S. et al. : THE SHELTER OF BENZU. A MIDDLE PALAEOLITHIC SITE WITH EXPLOITATION OF MARINE RESOURCES BY HUNTER-GATHERER SOCIETIES, SETTLED ON THE NORTH AFRICA
Tomasso S., Rots V. : TOOL USE AND HAFTING IN THE MIDDLE PALAEOLITHIC OF NORTH AFRICA: PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF AN ON-GOING USE-WEAR ANALYSIS ON THE MOUSTERIAN/ATERIAN ASSEMBLAGES OF IFRI N’AMMAR (MOROCCO)
Humphrey L., De Groote I., Morales J., Barton N., Collcutt S., Ramsey C.B., Bouzouggar A. : WILD PLANT EXPLOITATION AND TOOTH DECAY DURING THE IBEROMAURUSIAN
Belhilali M., Bouzouggar A., Tailassane M., Watfeh A. : OCCUPATION DE L’ESPACE ET COMPORTEMENT ANTHROPIQUE PENDANT LE PLEISTOCENE (NORD-OUEST DU PLATEAU CENTRAL MAROCAIN)
Morales J., Pena-Chocarro L., Perez-Jorda. G., Zapata M.L., Bokbot Y. et al. : ORIGINS AND SPREAD OF AGRICULTURE IN NORTH AFRICA: NEW ARCHAEOBOTANICAL EVIDENCE FROM MOROCCO
Merzoug S., Kherbouche F., Chelli R.S., Benchernine N., Hachi S. : FAUNAL REMAINS FROM NEOLITHIC LEVELS AT GUELDAMAN CAVE GLD1
Mulazzani S., Belhouchet L., Salanova, L., Aouadi A., Dridi N., Dunne J. : L’EMERGENCE DE LA DOMESTICATION AU MAGHREB ORIENTAL : UN NOUVEAU MODELE POUR LA TUNISIE
Amara I. Roubet C. : DE L’ART AU CONTEXTE : FAUNE DOMESTIQUE DES REPRESENTATIONS RUPESTRES DE L’ATLAS SAHARIEN EN ALGERIE
Petrullo G. : THE BONE INDUSTRY FROM THE CAPSIAN AND NEOLITHIC CONTEXTS OF EASTERN MAGHREB: A TECHNOLOGICAL AND FUNCTIONAL APPROACH
Lenssen-Erz L. : AAARC - AFRICAN ARCHAEOLOGY ARCHIVE COLOGNE, AN OPEN ACCESS ONLINE ARCHIVE ON THE ARCHAEOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORY OF AFRICA
Lucarini G., Radini P., Anita Barton A., Morales J. : THE EXPLOITATION OF WILD PLANTS IN THE MID HOLOCENE CONTEXTS OF NORTH AFRICA. USE-WEAR AND RESIDUE ANALYSIS ON GRINDING STONES FROM THE HAUA FTEAH CAVE, LIBYA
de Faucamberge E. : THE NEOLITHIC OF CYRENAICA (NORTH-EAST LIBYA): NEW ENLIGHTENMENTS FROM RECENT RESEARCH
McDonald, Mary M. A THE PATTERN OF NEOLITHIZATION IN DAKHLEH OASIS IN THE EASTERN SAHARA
Barich B.E. : THE INTRODUCTION OF NEOLITHIC RESOURCES IN NORTH AFRICA ? A DISCUSSION IN LIGH OF THE LATEST HOLOCENE RESEARCH BETWEEN LIBYA AND EGYPT
Barbaza M. : BETWEEN CULTURE OF THE PEACE AND ART OF THE WAR AMONG BOVIDIAN PEOPLE OF THE SAHARAN CENTRAL MASSIFS.
Bravin, A. : CONTRIBUCION AL CONOCIMIENTO DE LA FASE DE LOS JINETES: EL CASO DEL JEBEL RAT, ALTO ATLANTE, MARRUECOS
Stoetzel E. : BIOCHRONOLOGY OF NORTH AFRICAN MICROMAMMALS
Amrani S., Aumassip G. : COMBUSTION AND FUELS NEOLITHIC DEPOSITS FROM TIN HANAKATEN CAVE (TASSILI N’AJJER, ALGERIA)
Huysecom E. : THE EARLIEST AFRICAN CERAMICS: MORE THAN 10,000 YEARS AGO BETWEEN THE SAHEL, THE SAHARA AND THE NILE VALLEY Poster Muniz-Lopez T.,
Khatri A., Garcia Gonzalez D., Lopez Rodriguez C. : ARCHAEOLOGICAL FIELD SURVEY IN THE ERQUEYEZ SITE (WESTERN SAHARA): NEW DISCOVERIES OF ROCK ART

 

 

 

 

Hommes et animaux au Maghreb de la Préhistoire au Moyen Age : explorations d’une relation complexe

XIe Colloque international Histoire et Archéologie de l’Afrique du Nord (SEMPAM), Marseille & Aix-en-provence C

8-10 octobre 2014

 

Parmi les contributions :

AMANI F., BOKBOT T. : L’Homme et la faune des niveaux chalcolithiques d’Ifri n’Amr o’Moussa (province de Khémisset, Maroc)
CHAKER S. : Langue, Société et Histoire : que nous apprend le lexique berbère du cheval et du chameau
SAM Y. : Contribution à l'étude taphonomique des sites Plio-Pleistocène d'Ain Hanech et d'Ain Boucherit (Sétif, Est Algérien)
BOUZZOUGAR A., IKEN S., FERNANDEZ P., COLLINA-GIRARD J. : Etude comparative des restes osseux d'ours de Kehf el Hammar et el Hattab II
AOUADI-ABDELJAOUAD N.: Exploitation des ressources animales au Pléistocène supérieur en Tunisie : le cas de l'Aïn el Guettar (Meknassy, Tunisie centrale)
CAMPMAS E. : Organisation économique des chasseurs-cueilleurs de l'Atérien dans la region de Témara (côte Atlantique du Maroc) durant le stade isotopique 5
NAMI M. : Prolongements symboliques et cultuels de la représentation du serpent dans l'art rupestre du sud marocain SAAFI I. : Etude malacologique du site capsien supérieur de Kef Ezzahi (Kairouan, Tunisie centrale)
SAIDI M.: Nouvelles découvertes de sites d'art rupestre dans la région de Gafsa (Sud-Ouest tunisien)
CHELLI-CHEHEB R.: Les comportements de subsistance des Atériens (Paléolithique moyen -Pléistocène supérieur) : cas du gisement des phacochères (Hydra, Alger)
MERZOUG S. : L'exploitation des animaux par les populations de chasseurs-cueilleurs d'Afrique du Nord entre 25000 et 7500 cal BP
BRAVIN A. : Chevaux et cavaliers dans l'art rupestre du Maroc
ROUBET C. : Gravure du Bélier orné dans l'Atlas saharien néolithique de l'Algérie : un « fait social total»
ONRUBIA PINTADO J., BOKBOT Y. : Villes caravanières médiévales et présence «coloniale» européenne dans l'oued Noun (Maroc présaharien). Recherches archéologiques
BARICH B.E. : Une réévaluation des figurines zoomorphes en terre cuite du Sahara central

The African Human fossil record / Le Registre Fossile Humain Africain

Museum d'Histoire naturelle Toulouse

26 & 27 septembre 2014

Le Caire, 13-18 avril 2014

parmi les communications :

 

WOOD B.A. : The African human fossil record: état des lieux
HARMAND-LEWIS S. : The earliest human cultures HUBLIN J.J. : Early Homo sapiens
D’ERRICO F. : The earliest modern human cultures

 

Water and Food – Africa in a Global Context

Workshop

Uppsala, Nordiska Afrikainstitutet

23-24 October, 2014

parmi les communications :

E.A.A. GARCEA : Origin of domestication and aquatic adaptation – the Nile valley in comparative perspective
L. BERTINI: How did the Nile water system impact swine husbandry practices in ancient Egypt?


7th Archaeological Conference of Central Germany : “2200 v. Chr.“ ? „2200 BC“ 23 octobre 2014, Univ. Halle-Wittenberg

Johannesburg : Université du Witwatersrand

14-18 juillet 2014

 

 

ARZ H.W. : A dry event recorded around 2200 BC in brine sediments from the Northern Red Sea
A. M. LEZINE : North African climate variability at the end of the 3rd millennium BC
F. HÖFLMEYER : Egypt and the Southern Levant during the Early Bronze Age: C14, Chronology, Connections
MORENO GARCIA J.C. : Climatic change or sociopolitical transformation? Reassessing late 3rd millennium BC in Egypt

 

Les environnements fluvio-lacustres quaternaires et peuplements humains en Afrique de l’ouest

Quatrième Conférence Internationale organisée par l'Association Ouest-Africaine des Sciences Quaternaires (WAQUA)

Bamako

27-31 octobre 2014

 

Les principaux thèmes abordés seront :

- Les sédiments fluvio-lacustres quaternaires, paléoclimats et paléohydrologie
- Les peuplements humains anciens et contemporains des complexes fluvio-lacustres de l'Afrique de l'ouest
- paléoécologie des environnements fluviaux et lacustres de l’Afrique de l’ouest
- Problèmes environnementaux et développement durable des systèmes fluvio-lacustres d'Afrique de l'ouest
- Les méthodes de recherche des environnements quaternaires fluvio-lacustres dans le contexte ouest africain

Contacts Dr. Daouda Keita keitadaou@gmail.com
Dr. N’dji dit Jacques Dembele ndjijacques@icloud.com
Dr. Boulaye Keita keitaboulaye@yahoo.fr

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The African Quaternary : environments, ecology and humans

AFQUA

Le Cap (Afrique du Sud)

30 janvier au 7 février 2015

Sessions

- African ecology in context
- Dating and correlation of African archives of environmental change and archaeology
- African landscape evolution in the Late Quaternary: linking data to environment
- Molecular-isotopic studies of modern ecosystems and palaeoclimatic changes in Africa
- Quaternary human-environment interactions in Africa: archaeological, ecological, and evolutionary perspectives
- Charcoal and macro-botanical remains
- African climates and environments of the last 2,000 years
- Climate Change in the African Sector of the Southern Hemisphere over the past 60 kyr: intra- and inter-hemispheric patterns and linkages

 

International Commission of the Later Prehistory of Northeastern Africa International Symposium Desert and the Nile. Late Prehistory of the Nile Basin and the Sahara -

Poznan, 01- 04 July, 2015

Address of the Organisers :

Muzeum Archeologiczne w Poznaniu , ul. Wodna 27 , 61-781 Poznan, Poland

e-mail :

mkobus@man.poznan.pl
mchlod@man.poznan.pl
jacek.kabacinski@interia.pl

8th International Workshop for African Archaeobotany Modena, Italy, 23 – 26 June 2015

LPP Laboratory of Palynology and Palaeobotany Department of Life Science

University of Modena and Reggio Emilia

 

 

 

the XIX INQUA-Congress
Quaternary Perspectives on Climate Change, Natural Hazards and Civilization

Nagoya, Japon, 27 July - 2 August, 2015

 

The knowledge gained from Quaternary research, particularly from past records of unusual events and abrupt changes, is invaluable for understanding nature and taking appropriate actions to mitigate natural disasters. Scientists involved in Quaternary studies must generously contribute their knowledge to help minimize the effects of disasters from hazardous natural processes.

- Coastal and Marine Processes
- Palaeoclimate
- Humans and Biosphere
- Stratigraphy and Chronology
- Terrestrial Processes, Deposits and History