Explorer la côte, sonder le passé : méthodes et pratiques de la préhistoire maritime

 AHLeGall    04/12/2020 : 22:55


02-03/12 : séance de la société préhistorique française

Du 2 au 3 décembre 2020, à l'IUEM (Brest-Plouzané), Grégor Marchand organise une table-ronde intitulée "Explorer la côte, sonder le passé : méthodes et pratiques de la préhistoire maritime (Investigate the shore, sounding the past : methods and practices of maritime prehistory)"

Il s'agit d'une séance de la société préhistorique française et du réseau international PrehCOAST,

En raison de la crise sanitaire, le colloque international « Investigate the shore, Sound the past : new methods and practices in maritime prehistory » se tient sous forme entièrement numérique. Pour s’adapter à ce format, la durée des communications a été raccourcie à une douzaine de minutes. Le colloque se tiendra le 2 décembre 2020 et la matinée du 3 décembre.
Pour obtenir le lien de connexion, il convient de s’inscrire au préalable via le lien suivant.

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Detailed program

Wednesday, 2th of December, 2020

Session 1- To Detect: new data, new tools

09:00-09:15 -      Fraser Sturt (Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Univ. of Southampton, Southampton, UK)

Marine Geoarchaeology and maritime prehistory

09:15-09:30 -      Pablo Arias et al. (Univ. de Cantabria, Spain)

Looking for the hidden Palaeolithic: A preliminary report on an underwater survey of the continental shelf of the Bay of Biscay

09:30-09:45 -      François Lévêque (Univ. of La Rochelle, France)

Geomagnetic prospection to the rescue of maritime prehistory: potentials and limits

10:00-10:15 -      Pablo Arias et al. (Univ. de Cantabria, Spain)

Back to Hoedic: Recording the Breton Mesolithic cemeteries from a 21st century perspective 

10:15-10:45 -      Questions

Session 2- To prospect and excavate: field practices in coastal contexts

11:00-11:15 -      Berg-Hansen et al. (Museum of Cultural History, Univ. of Oslo, Norway)

Coast-concepts in Norwegian Stone Age Archaeology

11:15-11:30 -      Elías López-Romero et al. (Univ. Complutense de Madrid, Madrid, Spain)

Prehistoric human occupation in the Western Rias of Galicia (Northwest Iberia): a review of methods and prospects 

11:30-11:45 -      Gregor Marchand et al. (CNRS, UMR CReAAH, Univ. Rennes 1, Rennes, France)

Geoarcheology and Prehistory of the Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon archipelago: theoretical axes, methods and first results

11:45-12:00 -      Florence Verdin & Elías López-Romero (CNRS, UMR Ausonius, Univ. Bordeaux-Montaigne, Bordeaux, France)

Methods in coastal and intertidal archaeology: the example of the Gironde estuary coastline

12:00-12:30 -      Questions

Session 3a - To Contextualize…from sedimentological proxies

14:00-14:15 -      Agnès Baltzer, Esla Cariou et al. (CNRS, Univ. of Nantes, UMR LETG, Nantes, France)

The Collaborative project ODySéYeu reveals the existence of a coastal bog frequented by humans at the end of the Neolithic

14:15-14:30 -      Ane García-Artola (UPV/EHU, Univ. of the Basque Country, Bilbao, Spain)

Holocene environmental evolution and relative sea-level (RSL) change in north-eastern Spain

14:30-14:45 -      Pierre Pouzet et al. (CNRS, Univ. of Nantes, UMR LETG, Nantes, France)

Coupling historical map and sedimentological archives to rebuild the Belle-Henriette lagoon paleoenvironment

14:45-15:00 -      Ophélie David et al. (Univ. Bretagne Sud, UBO, CNRS, UMR LDO, Brest, France)

The message carried by palynological tools (pollen and dinoflagellate cysts) in paleo-archeo-sciences from coastal to marine sediment archives (Bay of Brest, South Brittany, Loire)

15:00-15:30 -      Questions

Session 3b - To Contextualize…from biological proxies

15:30-15:45 -      Nathan Martin et al. (Agrocampus Ouest, Rennes, France)

Impacts of agro-pastoral societies on biodiversity: palaeogenomic, palaeoecological and archaeological approaches

15:45-16:00 -      Magdalena Blanz et al. (Orkney Archaeology Institute, Univ. of the Highlands and Islands, Inverness, UK)

Seaweed as food, fodder and fertiliser in the North Atlantic Islands

16:00-16:15 -      Jean-Marc Pétillon et al. (CNRS, UMR Traces, Toulouse, France)

Whale species and their exploitation on the Atlantic shore in the Late Upper Paleolithic: the evidence from Santa Catalina (Lekeitio, Bizkaia)

16:15-16:30 -      Catherine Dupont & Yves Gruet (CNRS, UMR CReAAH, Univ. Rennes 1, Rennes, France)

A question of size! When sieving increases the activities of fisher-hunter-gatherers 

16:30-16:45 -      Jean-François Cudennec et al. (CNRS, UMR LEMAR, Univ. Bretagne Occidentale, Brest, France)

Determining a season of collect from oxygen isotopes of Patella vulgata shells: the case of Molene archipelago (Finistère, France)

16:45-17:00 -      Meghan Burchell et al. (Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada)

The Site, The Shell, The Species:  Shifting analytical resolution and interpretation in shell midden archaeology

17:00-17:30 -      Questions




Thursday, 3th of December, 2020

Session 4- To Model: landscape changes, population dynamics, human mobility and adaptations

09:00-10:00 -      Conference of Alison Sheridan (Natural Museum Scotland)

How about ‘Maritime movement and interaction during the British Neolithic’?

10:00-10:15 -      Inger Marie Berg-Hansen et al. (University of Oslo, Museum of Cultural History, Norway)

New Perspectives on Old Shores: Current approaches on the Stone Age in Eastern Norway

10:15-10:30 -      Edijs Breijers et al. (Institute of Latvian history, University of Latvia, Latvia)

Detecting the displacement of the Baltic basin’s ancient shorelines via clustering terrain and distance data along the glacioisostatic uplift axis

10:30-10:45 -      Benjamin Gehres (CNRS, UMR CReAAH, Univ. Rennes 1, Rennes, France)

Archaeology of island economies: Diachronic and paleo-economic approaches to island occupations through the contribution of ceramic analysis

10:45-11:00 -      Jorge Calvo Gómez et al. (CNRS, UMR CReAAH, Univ. Rennes 1, Rennes, France)

Technology of the maritime hunter-fisher-gatherers in the Cantabrian coast: preliminary results of the functionality of the knapped tools from El Mazo and El Toral III through the use-wears analyses

11:00-11:30 -      Questions

11:30-11:45 -      Neil Carlin et al. (UCD School of Archaeology, University College Dublin, Ireland)

Maritime and material connections in the later Neolithic of Ireland and northern Britain

11:45-12:00 -      Stephanie Piper (Department of Archaeology, Univ. of York, UK)

Empty Edges? 10 Years of Searching for Prehistory on the Atlantic Coasts of Scotland

12:00-12:15 -      Fritz Jürgens & Oliver Nakoinz (Institute of Prehistoric and Protohistoric Archaeology, Kiel University, Kiel, Germany)

Maritime Societies? A diachronic view from two Baltic Fjords

12:15-12:30 -      Clément Recq & Héloïse Barbel (Centre d’études Nordiques, département de géographie, Université Laval, Québec, Canada)

Methodological stakes upon Inuit material heritage under coastal erosion

12:30-13:00 -      Questions

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