The International Course in Archaeology of the University of Catania has been active since 2009 thanks to a series of conventions for double degrees in Archaeology signed by the University of Catania with the Universities of Warsaw (Poland), Selcuk-Konya and Ege-Smirne (Turkey). In these years, above and beyond its didactic commitments, the course has given impetus a variety of initiatives including international exhibitions, conferences and seminars. The Quaderni represent the scientific aspect of this activity, housing the results of research activities born of the collaboration amongst the participating universities. Volumes 1-3 were respectively dedicated to the history of archaeological drawing and its meaning, the publication of the medieval settlement in Monte S. Antonio, Regalbuto (Sicily), and to a miscellaneous volume with contributions by professors and young scholars who took part in the courses. Volume 4 hosted the proceedings of the 2ndStudents’ Conference in Aegean Archaeology: Methods –Researches – Perspective, held at the Institute of Archaeology, University of Warsaw, on April 25th, 2014. It included twelve articles from young researchers tackling issues regarding Aegean iconography, topography and religion, or relations between the Aegean and Sicily and aspects of archaeological research methodology. Volume 5 is dedicated entirely to the contributions by young researchers who have once participated in the International Course. It gathers 24 articles oscillating thematically around the Mediterranean of diverse epochs. The plurality of authors’ scientific interests is reflected in the vast catalogue of subjects raised in this volume, ranging from archaeology, to art history and epigraphy, and spanning from prehistory to the Roman period.

Syndesmoi 5. Ricerche e Attività del Corso Internazionalizzato di Archeologia

Marianna Figuera
2016

Abstract

The International Course in Archaeology of the University of Catania has been active since 2009 thanks to a series of conventions for double degrees in Archaeology signed by the University of Catania with the Universities of Warsaw (Poland), Selcuk-Konya and Ege-Smirne (Turkey). In these years, above and beyond its didactic commitments, the course has given impetus a variety of initiatives including international exhibitions, conferences and seminars. The Quaderni represent the scientific aspect of this activity, housing the results of research activities born of the collaboration amongst the participating universities. Volumes 1-3 were respectively dedicated to the history of archaeological drawing and its meaning, the publication of the medieval settlement in Monte S. Antonio, Regalbuto (Sicily), and to a miscellaneous volume with contributions by professors and young scholars who took part in the courses. Volume 4 hosted the proceedings of the 2ndStudents’ Conference in Aegean Archaeology: Methods –Researches – Perspective, held at the Institute of Archaeology, University of Warsaw, on April 25th, 2014. It included twelve articles from young researchers tackling issues regarding Aegean iconography, topography and religion, or relations between the Aegean and Sicily and aspects of archaeological research methodology. Volume 5 is dedicated entirely to the contributions by young researchers who have once participated in the International Course. It gathers 24 articles oscillating thematically around the Mediterranean of diverse epochs. The plurality of authors’ scientific interests is reflected in the vast catalogue of subjects raised in this volume, ranging from archaeology, to art history and epigraphy, and spanning from prehistory to the Roman period.
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