Heuscheuer Lecture Hall 2 and Internationales Wissenschaftsforum Heidelberg Conference Hall
GroÃŸe Mantelgasse 2 and Hauptstrasse 242
Heidelberg, BW 69115
The main goal of the International Conference is to investigate the different types of cultural interrelationships among several Mediterranean cultures from the collapse of the palatial systems (circa 1200 B.C.) to the dawn of the Greek colonization in the West (circa 750 B.C.).
The conference consists of an introductory theoretical talk, given by professor Panagiotopoulos, and five geographical sections lead by as many experienced professors who also act as keynote-speakers:
For each geographical section there will be two or three lectures that will be held by young researchers involved in this specific regional field of archaeology, who will communicate unpublished data or themes which have been only recently taken into consideration by the scientific community.
On the last day a round-table discussion will take place, to sum up the main points of the general discussion. The above-mentioned professors will regulate this discussion and each speaker will be entitled to take part in it. This final discussion will provide the opportunity on one hand to emphasize the supra-regional trends, on the other hand to sketch out a framework with both a synchronic and diachronic perspective.
The goal is to offer an exhaustive benchmark for future research in this field.