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Workshop "Water Archaeology: ancient hydraulic structures"

07/05/14

The workshop proposes to compare and discuss the diversity of past water management practices in the Mediterranean basin. It is proposed to analyse the differences existing between ancient hydraulic systems in relation with ecological, climatic, historical and cultural factors. The main objective is to show that a great variety of perceptions and uses of water which existed in the Mediterranean basin and to determine the causes of this diversity. With this aim, several specialists have been invited to present their studies and discuss about the archaeology of water as an expression of the diversity of “Cultures of Water”. Case studies from Eastern to Western Mediterranean, and from Neolithic to Medieval periods will be presented.
 

Program



• Opening

Ma.J. Montoro
Dept. of Administrative Law and Procedural Law and Water Research Institute Director,
University of Barcelona, Spain

J.M. Fullola
Dept. of Prehistory, Ancient History and Archaeology, Faculty of Geography and History,
University of Barcelona, Spain


• Old irrigation systems in Syria (Neolithic)
J.L. Araus
Dept. of Plant Biology and Water Research Institute, University of Barcelona, Spain


• Qanats: history, landscape and ecology of water supply systems
H. Weingartner
Dept. of Geography & Geology, University of Salzburg, Austria


• Knossos, hydraulic works and urbanism during the Minoan world
A.N. Angelakis
Inst. of Iraklio, National Agricultural Research Foundation, Greece


• Water for Assur: the Neo-assyrian aqueduct and canal system
R. da Riva
Dept. of Prehistory, Ancient History and Archaeology, Faculty of Geography and History,
University of Barcelona, Spain


Hydraulic structures and water management systems in Roman Barcino (Barcelona)
H.A. Orengo
Dept. of Archaeology, University of Nottingham, UK


• Hydraulics, water supply and irrigation in Al-Andalus
H. Kirchner
Dept. Ciències de l’Antiguitat i de l’Edat Mitjana, Facultat de Filosofia i Lletres,
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain


Cister’s hydraulics in the Middle Ages: water supply to the Monastery of Poblet  (Catalonia, Spain)
L. Torcal
Prior del Monestir Cistercenc de Santa Maria de Poblet, Spain

M. Salgot
Dept. of Natural Products, Plant Biology and Soil Science and Water Research  Institute,
University of Barcelona, Spain

J.L. de la Peña
Instituto Grífols S.A., Spain



Workshop "Water Archaeology: ancient hydraulic structures"



May 7th, 2014. 16:00 – 20:00 h
Sala Gran of the Faculty of Geography and History
(University of Barcelona)

C/Montalegre 6
08001 Barcelona, Spain

How to get there?

FREE REGISTRATION

 

STREAMING


DEFERRED BROADCASTING

 

LINK 1st PART

 

Minut 00:00 Opening
MA. J. MONTORO
Dept. of Admiistrative Law ad Procedural Law
Water Research Institute Director
University od Barcelona, Spain

J. M. FULLOLA
Dept. of Prehistory, Ancient History and Archaeology,Faculty of Geography and History
University of Barcelona, Spain


Minut 16:54 Old irrigation systems in Syria (Neolithic)
J. L. ARAUS
Dept. of Plant Biology
Water Research Institute
University of Barcelona, Spain


Minut 50:34 Qanats: history, landscape and ecology of water supply systems
H. WEINGARTNER
Dept. of Geogparhy & Geology
University of Salzburg, Austria


Minut 1:26:44 Knossos, hydraulic works and urbanism during the Minoan world
A. N. ANGELAKIS
Inst. of Iraklio
National Agricultural Research Fundation, Greece

 

LINK 2nd PART
 

Minut 00:00 - 00:00 Water for Assur: the Neo-assyrian aqueduct and canal system
R. DA RIVA
Dept. of Prehistory, Ancient History and Archaeology,Faculty of Geography and History
University of Barcelona, Spain


Minut  00:00 Hydraulic structures and water managemant systems in Roman Barcino (Barcelona)
H. A. ORENGO
Dept. of Archaeology
University of Nottingham, UK


Minut 40:44 Hydraulics, water supply and irrigation in Al-Andalus
H. KIRCHNER
Dept. Ciències de l'Antiguitat i de l'Edat Mitjana, Facultat de Filosofia i Lletres
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain


Minut 1:17:21 Cister's hydraulics in the Middle Ages: water supply to the Monastery of Poblet (Catalonia, Spain)
L. TORCAL
Prior del Monestir Cistercenc de Sanata Maria de Poblet, Spain
M. SALGOT
Dept. of Natural products, Plant Biology and Soil Science
Water Research Institute
University of Barcelona, Spain

J. L. DE LA PEÑA
Instituto Grífols S.A., Spain

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