General program

April 15th
08:30 Registration and participant information. Conference Hall at Instituto de Ciências Sociais da Universidade do Minho. Campus de Gualtar, Braga (Portugal)
09:00 APERTURE

Dr. Paulo Cruz: Diretor do Lab2PT

Dra. Helena Carvalho: Direção do Departamento de História. ICS

Dr. José Meireles: Coordenador LandS – Lab2PT

Dra. Inês Amorim: REPORT(H)A

Dr. Manuel João Abrunhosa: APEQ

Session 1: Archaeology and Archaeobotany of Wood
CONFERENCES
09:30-10:00 Woodworking and forest transformation in the Early Neolithic site of La Draga (5300-4700 cal BC)

Raquel Piqué Huerta

10:00-10:30 A warm goodbye. Firewood selection in Roman cremation rituals in Northern Gaul: an anthracological perspective

Koen Deforce

10:30-11:00 Coffee-break
SHORT COMMUNICATIONS
11:00-11:15 Hunter-gatherers wood collecting practices: an archaeological case study from the Archaic period in Canada

Marie-Annick Prevost

11:15-11:30 Looking at domestic life where wood is no longer there!

Ana Cruz

11:30-11:45 The anthracological results from Coro Trasito cave. An approach to high mountain landscapes

Laura Obea Gómez, Javier Rey Lanaspa, Ermengol Gassiot Ballbé, Ignacio Clemente Conte, Sara Díaz Bonilla, Manuel Quesada Carrasco, David Garcia Casas, David Rodriguez Anton, Niccolò Mazzucco and Ferran Antolín Tutusaus

11:45-12:00 Use, management and spatial analysis of wood resources in the Iberian oppidum of Puente de Tables (Jaén, Spain)

María Oliva Rodríguez-Ariza

12:00-12:15 Arquiteturas e móveis de madeira na II Idade do Ferro em Trás-os-Montes oriental: o sítio da Quinta de Crestelos

Javier Larrazabal Galarza

12:15-12:30 Wooden material culture during Bronze and Iron Age in Northwest Iberia: wooden vessels and their skeuomorphs

Josefa Rey Castiñeira, María Martín-Seijo, Alba Antía Rodríguez Nóvoa and Ana M.S. Bettencourt

12:30-12:45 Organic geochemistry and archeological woods characterization

Mohamed Traoré , Joeri Kaal and Antonio Martínez Cortizas

12:45-13:00 Discussion
13:00-15:00 Lunch
CONFERENCES
15:00-15:30 Dendroarchaeology and dendroprovenance in the study of shipwrecks

Marta Domínguez-Delmás

15:30-16:00 Waterlogged wood from Portuguese submerged and wet archaeological sites: a primer

Alexandre Monteiro

16:00-16:30 Woods in archaeonautical maritime and fluvial Portuguese contexts

Francisco Alves and Paula Queiroz

16:30-17:00 Coffee-break
SHORT COMMUNICATIONS
17:00-17:15  A madeira na mineração e metalurgia romanas auríferas em Portugal

Carla Maria Braz Martins

17:15-17:30 Pegar de estaca. As fundações de madeira do edifício Sede do Banco de Portugal em Lisboa

Artur Rocha

 

17:30-18:00 Discussion
April 16th  
Session 2: Wood and Ethnography
09:30 Registration and participant information. Conference Hall at Instituto de Ciências Sociais da Universidade do Minho. Campus de Gualtar, Braga (Portugal).
CONFERENCES
10:00-10:30 A tree in landscape. Discourses and practices around the utility of the tree

Álvaro Campelo

10:30-11:00 Ethnobotany and wood resources: the case study of Montesinho, Trás-os-Montes, Portugal

Ana María Carvalho

11:00-11:30 Etnobotânica do sumagre (Rhus coriarii) no Douro transmontano

Lois Ladra

SHORT-COMMUNICATIONS
11:30-11:45 A propósito da feitura de carvão vegetal no Crastoeiro (Mondim de Basto, Vila Real): notas etnográficas e documentais

António Dinis

11:45-12:00 Discussion
12:00-12:15 Coffe-break
12:15-13:00 POSTERS :: SESSION 1

Random gathering or intentional wood selection? Charcoal analysis of pit 16 deposit from Perdigões archaeological site

Ginevra Coradeschi, Cristina Dias, Fernando Branco, Laura Sadori and Antonio Valera

New anthracological analysis of fuel wood from Neolithic site of La Draga (Banyoles, Spain)

Anna Franch and Raquel Piqué

Vestígios arqueobotânicos dos enchimentos das estruturas em negativo de planta sub-retangular alongada e em forma de “osso” da Pré-história Recente do Interior Alentejano

Lídia Baptista and Sérgio Gomes

 Woodland and Bronze Age burial practices in the NW of Iberia

Ana M. S. Bettencourt, Maria Martín-Seijo, Hugo Aluai Sampaio and Francisco Fernandes

Wattle hurdles and wooden structures during the Iron Age: positives from clay imprints recovered at Castro de S. Vicente da Chã

María Martín-Seijo, João Fonte and Inés L. López-Dóriga

Fires in the dark. Burning of grain and human bones in the burial cave of Riocueva (Entrambasaguas, Cantabria) in the 7th-8th centuries

Enrique Gutiérrez Cuenca, José Ángel Hierro Gárate, Inés L.López-Dóriga and María Martín-Seijo

“Medium-term” deposition? Not so bad: Archaeobotanical studies of Zaballa medieval village (Basque Country, North of Spain)

Riccardo Santeramo

Maya paleoethnobotany: ancient and modern use of ocote (Pinus spp.)

Felipe Trabanino and Aurora Muriente Pastrana

POSTERS :: SESSION 2

O uso da madeira na arquitetura popular nas aldeias de Alijó: São Mamede de Ribatua, Amieiro e Franzilhal

Pedro Ricardo Coelho de Azevedo

Uso de madeira em cestaria tradicional: palha e silva (Cinfães), cana rachada (Marco de Canaveses) e piorna (Baião)

Daniela Ferreira, Filipe Vaz and  João Machado

Registo imaterial da produção de Bengalas de Gestaçô (Baião)

Daniela Ferreira and Filipe Vaz

13:00-15:00 Lunch
Session 3: Wood and History
CONFERENCES
15:00-15:30 Wood and forest during the Middle Ages: interweaving of diverse sources

Aline Durand

15:30-16:00 Timber in medieval construction: types and uses

Arnaldo Sousa Melo and Maria do Carmo Ribeiro

SHORT-COMMUNICATIONS
16:00-16:15 Wood and forest inside medieval mentality

Lucía Triviño Guerrero

16:15-16:30 Os recursos de madeira no convento de Vilar de Frades: da construção aos objetos do quotidiano

António Pereira

16:30-16:45 Discussion
16:45-17:15 Coffe-break
17:15-17:45 POSTERS :: SESSION 3

Wooden objects and fruits recovered from the first medieval ditch of Santiago de Compostela (Galicia, Spain)

Yolanda Porto Tenreiro, Paula Ballesteros Arias, Andrés Teira Brión, Felipe Criado Boado and Dolores Gil Agra

A estacaria na construção pós-pombalina – Um caso-de-estudo sobre as madeiras

Helena Patrício, Teresa Quilhó, Alexandra Lauw, António Valongo e Helena Pereira

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