SYMPOSIUM OTTOMAN ARCHAEOLOGY in ROMANIA CHallenges * Realities 8 Perspectives

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For the first time a Symposium devoted to Ottoman archeology in the Balkans  

SYMPOSIUM OTTOMAN ARCHAEOLOGY in ROMANIA  Challenges * Realities * Perspectives 

20-21 October 2017 Bucharest

pdf is available: https://www.academia.edu/34836490/program_conf_Ottoman_Archaeology_A5.pdf

 

PROGRAMME 

FRIDAY, 20 OCTOBER 2017 10.00 – 11.00 OPENING SESSION – N. IORGA AMPHITHEATRE, 1ST FLOOR
 Welcome speeches
 Opening remarks / Silvana Rachieru, Ottoman Archeology in Romania from the Perspective of a Recent Research Field: a Short Overview
 Inauguration of the Center for Turkish Studies
 Opening of the exhibition Cartography of the Missing Medieval Fortresses from Dobroudja – Pro Noviodunum Association, Isaccea
11.00-11.20 Coffee break
Panels will take place at the Center for Turkish Studies, Room 8, Marble Hall, Faculty of History. 11.20 – 13.10 PANEL 1 MODERATOR: PROF.DR. VIOREL PANAITE
11.20-11.40 / Hasan Yılmazyaşar, Evaluation of Early Ottoman History by Archaeological and Architectural Evidence
11.40-12.00 / Göksel Baș, Ottoman Frontier Organization in the Eastern Balkans (the 1450s – 1530s): Network of Fortresses and its Cost, the Composition of the Garrison Troops and Other Military Components
12.00-12.20 / Alexandru Szentmiklosi, Archaeological Evidence Concerning the Fortification of Timisoara during the Ottoman Period
12.20-12.40 / Mehmet Tutuncu, Project of Publishing a Corpus of Ottoman Inscriptions in Romania and Adjacent Areas of the Black Sea
12.40 -13.00 Discussions
13.00-14.30 Lunch break
14.30 – 16.10 PANEL 2 MODERATOR: PROF.DR. FLORIN DRAȘOVEANU
14.30-14.50 / Ali Uzay Peker, Reflections on Architectural Archaeology: the Case of the Tomb-Palanka of Sultan Suleyman in Szigetvar
14.50-15.10 / Özgür Kolçak, Köprülü Ambitions in Transylvania: Consolidation of Ottoman Power and Transfer of Royal Estates
15.10-15.30 / Doru Marta, Several Historical and Archaeological Landmarks Related to the Eyalet of Oradea (1660 – 1692)
15.30-15.50 / Presentation of the Turkish-Hungarian Research Project on the Lost Grave of Suleyman Kanuni
15.50-16.10 Discussions
16.10-16.30 Coffee break 16.30 – 18.10 PANEL 3 MODERATOR: DR. EUGEN NICOLAE
16.30-16.50 / Florin Drasovean, The Victorious Sultan’s Mosque from the Timișoara Fortress. Archaeological Contributions
16.50-17.10 / Dorel Micle, Water: between Ablution and In-House Usage. On the Usage of Water in Ottoman Timişoara
17.10-17.30 / Adriana Gaspar, Archeological Research in the Suburbs of Ottoman Timișoara
17.30-17.50 / Dorel Micle, Bogdan Craiovan, Dwellings and Annexes in Ottoman Timişoara as Identified during the Preventive Excavations of 2013-2017
17.50-18.10 Discussions
19.00 Dinner

SATURDAY, 21 OCTOBER 2017
10.00-12.00 PANEL 4 MODERATOR: PROF.DR. ALI UZAY PEKER
10.00-10.20 / Aurel Stănică, Daniela Stănică, Ottoman Age in the Light of Archaeological Discoveries. Case Study: Dobrudja
10.20–10.40 / Gabriel Custurea, Aurel Mototolea, Notes on the (In)Existence of the Ottoman Archeology in Constanța County
10.40-11.00 / Nicolae Constantin, New Information about the Ottoman Fortification from Hârșova, Constanța
11.00-11.20 / Laurențiu Radu, The Ottoman City of Mangalia
11.20-11.40 Discussions
11.40-12.00 Coffee break
12.00-13.15 ROUND TABLE: MODERATOR: DR. SILVANA RACHIERU
OTTOMAN PATRIMONY IN ROMANIA BETWEEN OBLIVION AND RESEARCH
12.00-12.15 / Radu-Alexandru Dragoman, Sorin Oanță-Marghitu, Tiberiu Vasilescu, Ottoman Legacy, Commemoration and Politics of Heritage: the Muslim Cemetery at Lanuri (Dobrudja, Romania)
12.15-13.15 Discussions 13.15-13.30 CLOSING REMARKS
Conference organized by the Center for Turkish Studies
- Faculty of History, University of Bucharest.
Partners: TIKA– Turkish Cooperation and Collaboration Agency, Vasile Parvan Institute for Archaeology Bucharest