Public lectures


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Study visiting University of Cambridge

Project team members (D. Ložnjak Dizdar, S. Radović) were in study visiting at Mc Donald Institute for Archaeological Research at University of Cambridge in period from 9th to 13th May 2017. Public lecture Between the world of the living and the world of the dead: A view from the Late Bronze Age graves in the southern Carpathian Basin was held at the Institute. Part of project results was presented within the lecture. Siniša Radović has visited also Grahame Clark Laboratory for Zooarchaeology and Daria Ložnjak Dizdar has participated in prof. Stig Sorensen teaching seminar on Bronze Age burials.

http://www.mcdonald.cam.ac.uk/events/mlssoth17_1

PEOPLE, ANIMALS, POTS – Late Bronze Age mortuary practices in southern Carpathian Basin

PEOPLE, ANIMALS, POTS – Late Bronze Age mortuary practices in southern Carpathian Basin

Project members (D. Ložnjak Dizdar, P. Rajić Šikanjić, S. Radović) were in study visiting at Institute for prehistoric and protohistoric archaeology and provincial Roman archaeology at University Ludwig Maximilian in Munich in period from April 19th to 22th 2016. Public lecture People, animals, pots – Late Bronze Age mortuary practices in southern Carpathian Basin was held at the Institute on April 20th, 2016. Part of project results was presented within the lecture. Project memebers visited also Bavarian State Collection for Anthropology and Paleoanatomy (Staatsamlung für Anthropologie und Paläoanatomie München) and Institute for Paleoanatomy and Veterinary Medicine (Institut für Paläoanatomie, Domestikationsforschung und Geschichte der Tiermedizin) at the Ludwig Maximilian University.

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” …Laid his dead body upon the summit of the pile, and set the fire thereto”

(Iliad XIV, 787)

On reconstruction of the funeral in the 11th century BC in the southern Carpathian Basin

Public lecture presenting the progres of the first year of the research project Late Bronze Age mortuary practices and society in southern Carpathian Basin (BAMPICa) was delivered at the Institute of Archaeology on  May 28th, 2015 . We presented the results of the combined archaeological and anthropological analyses of the Slatina cemetery, which were carried out in order to reconstruct funeral practice in the 11th century BC in southern Carpathian Basin. Daria Ložnjak Dizdar and Petra Rajić Šikanjić spoke about the applied methodology, research questions, preliminary results and planned further research of the Late Bronze Age mortuary practices.

Public presentation

Public presentation of the research project Late Bronze Age mortuary practices and society in southern Carpathian Basin (BAMPICa) was held at the Institute of Archaeology on  September 18th, 2014, togheter with presentations of other research projects of the Institute of Archaeology that are funded by the Croatian Science Foundation.