C. Michael G.Vekinis
A. Hein E.W. Faber
The Laboratory of Archaeometry, NCSR "Demokritos" is undertaking the
organisation of the 5th European Meeting on Ancient Ceramics, EMAC '99
on 18 – 20 October 1999. This is the last meeting before the turn
of the millennium and should be celebrated accordingly.
The Meeting will be held at NCSR Demokritos which is located in Aghia Paraskevi, a suburb of Athens, 11 km from the centre of the city. The participants will be accommodated in hotels near the centre and at a convenient distance from Demokritos. Complimentary coaches will provide transport to and from Demokritos.
SUBJECTS OF THE MEETING
The main scope of the Meeting is the presentation and discussion on
the recent developments in the field of ceramic studies. Special emphasis
will be given to the integrated approaches of scientific and archaeological/
typological methods. Also papers with a sound archaeological interpretation
of scientific data as well as aspects on methodology will be strongly encouraged.
The programme sessions will group together oral and poster presentations on specific topics. Oral presentations will include invited/review papers on subjects that are likely to generate speculation (debate). Proposed topics include:
Authors are invited to submit abstracts on any of the above subjects.
The abstracts should be one page long, of between 200 and 300 words, clearly
showing the title (in capitals), the name of the author(s), and the affiliation
of the author(s).
Both a hard copy and an electronic version (by email or 3.5" floppy disk) of the abstract should be submitted. Submissions must be made using Microsoft Word.
The abstracts will be reviewed by the international scientific committee and recommended for oral or poster presentation. Poster sessions will be allocated special times and will be displayed for most of the meeting. Please indicate your preference for an oral or a poster presentation.
The deadline for submission of abstracts is May 31, 1999.
It is intended that the proceedings of the meeting will be published
in a volume. Details will be announced later.
The official language of the Meeting will be English.
Please, have a look at the second circular.
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