Paths & pathways : Digital modelling in landscape archeology

Séminaire CHEC

MSH Clermont-Ferrand

Program

9h00 – 10h30

  • Introduction (Zoran Čučković)
  • Nejc Dolinar (National Museum of Slovenia): The Ulaka archaeological complex (SW Slovenia) according to ALS data analysis: an attempt on stratification of archaeological features.
  • Maxime Calbris (University of Tours – Laboratory CITERES [UMR 7324, équipe LAT]): How can Roman roads be rediscovered in mid-mountain areas? Result of path modelling in the Cantal.
  • Elise Fovet and Marion Dacko (University Clermont Auvergne – MSH): How can Roman roads be discovered in mid-mountain areas? Combining remote sensing, digital modelling and excavations.

11h00 – 12h30

  • Matic Zupan (National Museum of Slovenia and University of Ljubljana): Exploring the Iron Age landscape in Central Slovenia through GIS and spatial analysis.
  • Mélanie Le Couédic (University of Pau and the Adour Region – Laboratory ITEM) : In search of herding paths: pastoral mobility in the Pyrenees.

  • Zoran Čučković (University Clermont Auvergne – Laboratory CHEC): New approaches to movement analysis: from paths to total mobility fields.

Lecture talk (June 18th, 18h00 – 19h00)

Location: MSH Clermont-Ferrand, salle 220

by Boštjan Laharnar, Head of archaeological departmenet, National Museum of Slovenia

The Dolenjska group as an integral part of the southeastern Alpine Hallstatt culture: Overview and outline.

Boštjan Laharnar will present us the splendours of Slovenian Iron Age, widely known for its “art of situlae”. Located at the crossroads between the Mediterranean and the Continental Europe, the area of today Slovenia has seen the emergence of hierarchical societites which developped a peculiar lifestyle, borrowing from local and mediteranean traditions.

Read about the Vače situla, shown on the poster, at the Slovenian Nat. Museum website.

Workshop (June 19th, 9h00 – 12h30)

Location: University Clermont Auvergne, building Gergovia, salle informatique 319.

Topic: This practical workshop will allow participants to learn about GIS mobility modeling (calculation of the optimal path, surface-time, etc.), as well as visibility analysis (landscape impact of structures, intervisibility networks, etc.). We will discuss these approaches through practical case studies, based on archaeological data.


OpenEdition vous propose de citer ce billet de la manière suivante :
Joëlle Saucès (18 juin 2024). Paths & pathways : Digital modelling in landscape archeology. Les carnets d'ITEM. Consulté le 13 juillet 2024 à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/11ujg


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