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HAEMUS- International research network. Archaeology and history of the Balkans in Late Antiquity (3rd-8th century AD). 1st International Workshop

The First International Workshop of the HAEMUS international research network will be held in Lille (France) between the 10th and the 12th of November 2021, in person and online.
It will be possible to participate by registering on the form:
The event is organized by Orsolya Heinrich-Tamáska, Christoph Rummel, Carla Sfameni,
Dominic Moreau and Christophe J. Goddard with the aim of focusing attention on the late antique villas of the Balkans within the broader debate relating to villas in Late antiquity.
The first part of the conference includes general reports, while interventions on specific cases will be presented in the context of thematic round tables to give space to discussions on key issues of late antiquity archeology.
The HAEMUS project ( - from the ancient name of the Balkan mountain range - aims to bring together researchers dealing with the history and archeology of the Balkans in an international network and / or neighboring areas with regard to the Late Antiquity and Proto-Byzantine era.
For its implementation phase, the project is coordinated by Dominic Moreau and supported by the University of Lille, the research center HALMA-UMR 8164 (Univ. Lille, CNRS, MC), the I-SITE ULNE Foundation (also as an activity of the InclusU project: The European University for Inclusiveness), in collaboration with other high-level European institutions that make up the Steering Committee (Core Group) of the project. The Scientific Committee of the HAEMUS network also includes all members of the Core Group and a representative of academic and research institutions from each of the eleven Balkan countries, as well as from Hungary and Turkey.
The Network officially kicked off its work on June 18, 2021 with an online event that inaugurated a series of conferences, the second of which took place in October.

WEBINAR Il linguaggio dell'architettura domestica come espressione di identità nel mondo romano. Le province africane e orientali

CISEM has the pleasure to signal the Webinar which is going to take place on March 18th. The partecipation is free and you can enter with this link:[…]/0c753a3d2a0549a88444aaecfe1444e8 .
The shedule in the programme is Madrid (GMT+1)

LA VILLA DOPO LA VILLA- La villa après la villa italien

CISEM has the pleasure to inform you about this webinar organized, by the Centre d’Étude des Mondes antiques (UCLouvain) in collaboration with CNR, Istituto di Scienze del Patrimonio Culturale (ISPC, Roma), which is taking place the 15th of December 2020. Live broadcast from 9 am on HTTPS://ZOOM.US/[…]/99207718578?PWD=TUVQBWVWY1RHBTU4QMFHB1PHWKFRQT09.
In attached there are the program and the abstracts.
The webinar intends to focus on the last stages and those subsequent to events of transformation and reuse of late Antiquity villas in the regions of Tuscany, Marche, Umbria, Abruzzo, Molise and Lazio. The initiative is in continuity with the seminar on the theme of the "Villa after the villa in Northern Italy" organized at the Catholic University of Milan in December 2018, which gave birth to a volume published in FERVET OPVS of the UCLouvain. The meeting, which will also be held under the aegis of CISEM (Interuniversity Center for Studies on Late Antique Housing in the Mediterranean,, watns to present and discuss the status quaestionis on the knowledge of late antique villas (4th-7th century AD) in the aforementioned regions with proposals ranging from single case studies to synthetic visions, to verify the "hold" of codified interpretative models about the phenomenon of living per villas in Late Antiquity.

"La villa e le sue risorse naturali fra Tarda Antichità ed Età Moderna"

We have the pleasure to inform you about this interesting Webinar, "La villa e le sue risorse naturali fra Tarda Antichità ed Età Moderna".
The Conversation, included among the activities organized in the
Réseau _ERA_ _Ecologia Roma Antica - Écologie Rome Ancienne_, directed by
Ida Gilda Mastrorosa (Università di Firenze) and Élisabeth Gavoille (Université di Tours), is taking place on October 23rd on WEBNEX and it will be avaible using the informations written on the brochure of the program.
In attached you could find the program.


We have the pleasure to inform you about this interesting event, which will take place at the Escuela Española de Historia y Arqueología en Roma-CSIC, via di S. Eufemia 13 00187 Rome (Sala dei Seminari)


On the 3rd of December, from 9.30 a.m. to 1.30 p.m., at the Architecture Department (location of Valle Giulia) of La Sapienza University of Rome is going to take place a day of conferences about the Roman housing.
R. Volpe, F. Benfante, R. Hidalgo Prieto, F. Cantini will attend.