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  • Graham Hagens
    For the interest of listmembers   Graham Hagens Hamilton, Ontario Sent: Monday, January 31, 2011 10:44 AM Subject: Final Abstract Deadline Reminder - February
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      For the interest of listmembers
       
      Graham Hagens
      Hamilton, Ontario


      Sent: Monday, January 31, 2011 10:44 AM
      Subject: Final Abstract Deadline Reminder - February 7, 2011: Radiocarbon and Archaeology 6th International Symposium



      Radiocarbon and Archaeology
      6th International Symposium
      Pafos, Cyprus, April 10-15, 2011
       
      FINAL REMINDER
       
      ***ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINE ***


      February 7, 2011
       
      Visit the Symposium website: http://www.c14.cyi.ac.cy/
       
      We kindly remind you that February 7, 2011 is the final deadline for submitting an abstract for the Radiocarbon and Archaeology, 6th International Symposium.
       
      In order to benefit from the 'early bird' registration rates, we would also like to remind you to complete and return the registration form by February 21, 2011. Registration information can be found on the Symposium website http://www.c14.cyi.ac.cy/
        
      SYMPOSIUM TOPICS
      Papers (oral or poster presentations) on all aspects of research and applications of Radiocarbon, Archaeology and Archaeological Science are welcome. Problem oriented, comparative studies, as well as papers addressing advances, problems and new challenges for this technique are also called for. The geographical and chronological scope of the conference is open to local and global studies. Tackled topics are radiocarbon methods, calibration tools, absolute and relative chronologies. Field-related aspects related to radiocarbon dating like the application of micromorphology to resolve disturbances in the deposition of the 14C sample, as well as non-conventional sample materials for radiocarbon dating, special conditions for their collection, characterization and preparation are also called for.
      These topics are not exclusive and all related studies are welcome.
       
      TENTATIVE SESSIONS:
      1. The use of radiocarbon in historical periods
      2. Radiocarbon research in the 1st Millennium BC.
      3. Radiocarbon research in the 2nd Millennium BC.
      4. Radiocarbon research in the 3rd Millennium BC.
      5. Reliability of 14C dates beyond 30Ka.
      6. Radiocarbon chronologies in the Far East.
      7. Ancient cultures of the Eurasian steppes: chronology, migrations and interaction.        
      8. Special archaeological materials and techniques for dating.
      9. Calibration, intercomparison, models and outliers.
      10. Dendrochronology and botanical remains.
      11. Prehistorical periods
      12. Radiocarbon samples preservation in relation to different environments.
       
      Instructions for the preparation of abstracts can be found on the symposium website. Abstracts should be submitted to the secretariat by email attachment:radioarch@...
        
      We hope to welcome you to Pafos in April 2011.
       
      The Secretariat
      Radiocarbon and Archaeology
      6th International Symposium
      Pafos, Cyprus, April 10-15, 2011
      Symposium Secretariat
      radioarch@...
      http://www.c14.cyi.ac.cy/
       
      on behalf of the Organizing Committee
       
      Dr. Elisabetta Boaretto, Symposium Chair, Bar Ilan University and Weizmann Institute of Science
       
      Dr. Ayelet Gilboa, University of Haifa
      Dr. Vasiliki (Lina) Kassianidou, University of Cyprus
      Dr. Hamoudi Khalaily, Israel Antiquities Authority
      Dr. Kirsi Lorentz, STARC Cyprus Institute
      Prof. Aren Maeir, Bar Ilan University
      Prof. Franco Nicolucci, STARC Cyprus Institute
      Dr. Ilan Sharon, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
      Prof. Steve Weiner, Weizmann Institute of Science
       
      Noemi Rebollo, Symposium Scientific Secretary
      Weizmann Institute of Science
       
       




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