Articles tagged with: Workshop

23 September 2019

Workshop “Cultural Heritage and Illicit Trafficking in a Fragmented Middle East”

Workshop “Cultural Heritage and Illicit Trafficking in a Fragmented Middle East”

Thursday October 17, 2019
University of Turin – Aula Magna
Via Giuseppe Verdi, 8 – Turin, Italy


The University of Torino co-organises the international conference " Cultural Heritage and Illicit Trafficking in a Fragmented Middle East" on Thursday, 17 October 2019, Aula Magna Rettorato, via Verdi 8. The conference deals with the political situation of states such as Iraq, Syria and Lebanon, and the damages suffered by cultural heritage in those countries. The conference is organised in partnership with Istituto Affari Internazionali and researchers coming from all over the world give lectures. Workshop program (PDF)


[PDF] Download - Workshop program


12 January 2019

Workshop - University of Udine

Workshop - University of Udine

Workshop
“Archaeological Landscapes of Mesopotamia between Prehistory and the Islamic Period (ALaM) Formation, Transformation, Protection and Enhancement”
University of Udine, 15-16 January, 2019

The International Workshop “Archaeological Landscapes of Mesopotamia between Prehistory and the Islamic Period (ALaM): Formation, Transformation, Protection and Enhancement” presents the results of some innovative landscape archaeology projects conducted by Italian universities (Udine, Milan, Turin, and Venice) and institutions. The CRAST participates by submitting the preliminary results of the ancient landscape analyses of the Mesopotamian archaeological areas of Tulul al- Baqarat and Seleucia.

14 December 2015

The Ancient Near East from Torino to Leiden. 1st International NINO-CRAST Workshop

The Ancient Near East from Torino to Leiden. 1st International NINO-CRAST Workshop

The Ancient Near East from Torino to Leiden. First International NINO-CRAST Workshop. Leiden, National Museum of Antiquities, December, 18, 2015.

The workshop that takes place in Leiden - presentation of the main research conducted by the Centro Ricerche Archeologiche e Scavi di Torino per il Medio Oriente e l'Asia and the Netherlands Institute for the Near East - is the first act of a five-years cooperation between the two institutes. The Centro Scavi is there represented by Stefano de Martino (The Spread of the Hurrian Language and Culture in Hittite Anatolia during the Early Imperial Age), Carlo Lippolis (The Italian Archaeological Project at Tulul al Baqarat, al Kut, Iraq) and Roberta Menegazzi (The Terracotta Figurines from Seleucia on the Tigris).


For the detailed program of the seminars, download the following document.

Conference program [PDF]

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