Programme du Ve symposium

L’EAU DANS TOUS SES ÉTATS. Ve symposium international HYDRΩMED

30 mai 2016 à la salle Duby de la MMSH

9.00 h Accueil et propos introductifs

Sophie BOUFFIER, Coordinatrice HYDRΩMED, Directrice de la MMSH

Axe 1 : PALÉOENVIRONNEMENT ET GÉOARCHÉOLOGIE

9.30 h Philippe LEVEAU, Joël GUIOT                                                                     Centre Camille Jullian, CEREGE, Aix-Marseille Université/CNRS, FR              Reconstitution du climat de l’Holocène aux temps historiques : données et modèles

10.15 h  Brigitta SCHÜTT, Jonas BERKING                                                                Freie Universität Berlin, DE                                                                                  Traditional Knowledge in Water Management to Cope the Problems of Tomorrow

10.45 h Pause-café

11.00 h Vincent OLLIVIER                                                                                          UMR 7269 LAMPEA, Aix-Marseille Université/CNRS, FR                Hydrogeomorphology and water management, an open Mediterranean perspective

11.30 h Nicolas MAUGHAN                                                                                        UMR 7373, Aix-Marseille Université/CNRS, FR                                           Connaissance actuelle des épisodes de sécheresse dans l’Est de la Méditerranée antique : des modèles climatiques globaux à l’ampleur réelle des phénomènes régionaux et locaux

12.00 h Antonio M. SÁEZ ROMERO                                                                    Universidad de Sevilla, ES                                                                                  Interaction with the marine–‐fluvial environment and water management in the Bay of Cadiz between the 6th and 1st centuries B.C.

12.30 h Discussion

Axe 2 : LES AMÉNAGEMENTS HYDRAULIQUES ANTIQUES ET L’EXPLOITATION DES RESSOURCES NATURELLES

14.15 h Henning FAHLBUSCH                                                                 Fachhochschule Lübeck, DE                                                                            Comparison between Greek and Roman water supply systems

15.00 h Estatis CHIOTIS                                                                                           Institute of Geology and Mineral Exploration, GR                                              Landscape reconstitution along the Ilissos River in search for Phaidros’s plane tree and the most graceful source of fresh water

15.30 h Alex WALTHALL, Jonathan FLOOD                                                       University of Texas, USA                                                                                       Hydrologic Resources and Management at Morgantina (Sicily)

16.00 h Pause-café

16.15 h Mark LANDON                                                                                             Mount Holyoke College, USA                                                                                      Some Effects of Geology on the Hydraulic Technology of Ancient Corinth

16.45 h François QUANTIN, Philippe LENHARDT, Vasil BERETI, Sophie BOUFFIER Institut de recherche sur l’Architecture Antique, Institut d’Archéologie de Tirana, Centre Camille Jullian, Aix-Marseille Université/CNRS, FR-AL                                                   La fontaine monumentale d’Apollonia

17.15 h Stefano CESPA                                                                                        Karl-Eberhard Universität Tübingen, DE                                                                     Water supply systems in a Punic-Roman settlement of Sardinia: the case of Nora

17.45 h Discussion

31 mai 2016 à la salle Duby de la MMSH

Axe 3 : DE L’HISTOIRE DES SCIENCES ET DES TECHNIQUES À L’HISTOIRE POLITIQUE ET ÉCONOMIQUE

9.00 h Maria Grazia MASETTI-ROUAULT, Federico DEFENDENTI                         École Pratique des Hautes Études, FR                                                                          Eau pour l’Assyrie : les rois assyriens et leur politique hydrique

9.30 h Ariel M. BAGG                                                                                          Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg, DE                                                                     “A land of brooks, springs and floods”: Water management in Ancient Israel

10.00 h Iván FUMADÓ ORTEGA                                                                              Centre Camille Jullian, Aix-Marseille Université/CNRS, FR                              Interactions culturelles et transmissions de savoirs autour de la gestion de l’eau en Méditerranée phénico-punique

10.30 h Pause-café

11.00 h Nicolas LAMARE                                                                                         ATER, Université Toulouse Jean Jaurès, FR                                                                 Les aménagements de sources en milieu urbain dans le nord-est de l’Afrique : des captages « romains » ?

11.30 h Isabelle HAIRY                                                                                               UMR 8167 Orient & Méditerranée, USR 3134 Centre d’Études Alexandrines/CNRS, FR Alexandrie (Égypte) : aménagements hydrauliques et gestion des ressources naturelles à la fin du premier millénaire

12.00 h Discussion

Axe 4 : CULTES ET CULTURES DE L’EAU ET DES EAUX

14.00 h Enrique DÍES CUSÍ                                                                                    Universidad de Valencia, ES                                                                                        Análisis constructivo de una posible noria de época púnica en el yacimiento de Truncu ‘e molas (Terralba, Cerdeña)

14.30 h Damien AGUT-LABORDÈRE                                                                CNRS/ArScAN-HAROC, FR                                                                                        « Qu’est-ce qu’un jour-d’eau ? »: la répartition de la ressource hydrique à ‘Ayn Manâwir (Oasis de Kharga) à l’époque perse

15.00 h Monika TRÜMPER                                                                                          Freie Universität Berlin, DE                                                                                          Water Management in the Republican Baths and Stabian Baths at Pompeii: A Reassessment

15.30 h Discussion

16.00 h Pause-café

16.30 h Rabun TAYLOR                                                                                           University of Texas at Austin, USA                                                                             Aquae Apollinares Novae (Vicarello, Lazio) and Patterns of Pilgrimage in and Ancient Landscape

17.00 h Elisa Chiara PORTALE, Monica DE CESARE, Gianluca FURCAS       Università degli Studi di Palermo, IT                                                                              Water installations in the sacred area South of the Olympieion at Akragas

17.30 h Jutta STROSZECK                                                                                 Deutsches Archäologisches Institut in Athen, DE                                                         The Sacred Wells and the oracle in the Athenian Kerameikos

18.00 h Discussion

1 juin 2016 à la salle Paul-Albert Février de la MMSH

9.00 h Cecelia A. FELDMAN                                                                               University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA                                                              Created at the Water’s Edge: Greek Foundation Myths and Civic Identity

9.30 h Diego ELIA, Valeria MEIRANO                                                                   Università degli Studi di Torino, IT                                                                              L’eau et le sacré à Locres Épizéphyrienne. Données anciennes, découvertes récentes

10.00 h Pause-café

10.30 h Francesca BONZANO                                                                             Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore di Milano, IT                                                             Il sottosuolo del santuario di Tas-Silġ a Malta: cisterne, canalizzazioni e spazi rituali

11.00 h Giuseppe GARBATI, Tatiana PEDRAZZI                                                           Istituto di Studi sul Mediterraneo Antico/CNR, IT                                                        Acque e culti nella Fenicia di età persiana : casi di studio

11.30 h Discussion

12.00 h Discussion plénière