Previous advanced short courses in Archaeometry

601 - Statistics in archaeometry
Date: 23 - 24.11.2004
Lecturer : Prof. Baxter (Nottingham Trent University)

602 - Archaeometallurgy
Date: 10 - 11.02.2005
Lecturer : Dr. Craddock (British Museum, London)

603 - Les aluns naturels, artificiels et de synthèse, aux époques antique, médiévale et moderne, à l’origine de la chimie.
Date: 30 - 31.05.2005
Lecturer : Prof. Picon (Dep. of Geosciences, University of Fribourg)

604 - Archaeometric Investigations on Ancient Glass
Date: 01 - 02.02.2006
Lecturer : Prof. M.Verita (Stazione Sperimentale del Vetro, Venezia)

605 - Pre- and Historic Copper Metallurgy
Field Research and Analytical Work on the Ancient Mining District of Feinan, Jordan
Date: 09 - 10.02.2006
Lecturer : Prof. A. Hauptmann (Deutsches Bergbau-Museum, Bochum)

606 - The Most Important Stones and Marbles of the Mediterranean Antiquity
History of Use, Distribution, Quarries, Characterization, Archaeometric Problems
Date: 30 - 31.03.2006
Lecturer: Prof. L. Lazzarini (Universita di Venezia, Italia)

607 - Histoire des bouleversements anthropiques du cycle du plomb : de l’environnement à l’archéologie
Date: 19-20.12. 2006
Lecturer : Dr. Fabrice Monna (Université de Dijon, France)

608 - Technical ceramics: beyond crucibles
Date: 2-3.04.2007
Lecture r: Prof. Thilo Rehren (University College London)

609 - Petrophysics of Building Materials
Date: 26-27.04.2007
Lecture r: Dr. Bénédicte Rousset, Dr. Christine Bläuer-Böhm (SARL Conservation Science Consulting - Fribourg)

610 - The Identification of Pigments Materials in Art and Archaeology
Date: 03-04.12.2007
Lecturer: Dr. R. Siddall (University College, London)

611 - Ancient Gold in the Caucasus Area

Date: 21-22.02.2008
Lecture r: Prof. Dr. A. Hauptmann (Bergbaumuseum, Bochum)

612 - Provenance and Technology of Archaeological Ceramics : Combining Petrological and Chemical Analyses
Date: 10-11.04.2008
Lecturer : Dr. G. Thierrin-Michael (University of Fribourg)

613 - Mining Archaeology and Geology : the Roman Gold and Silver Mine of Alburnus Maior (Rosia Montana Romania)
Date : 29-30.04.2009
Lecturers : Dr. C.-G. Tamas (Fribourg University) and Dr. B. Cauuet (CNRS, Toulouse, France)

614 - Mont Vesuvius (Italy) : Past and Future Impact on Environment and Humans
Date : 19-20.03.2009
Lecturer : Prof. R. Cioni (University of Cagliari, Italy)

615 - The Interpretation of Archaeological Smithing Slags
Date : 14-15.05.2009
Lecturer : Prof. V. Serneels (Fribourg University)

616 - Salagassos : archaeometry in an integrated archaeological project
Date : 7-8.12.2009
Lecturer : Prof. P. Degryse (University of Leuven, Belgium)

617 - Majolica/Faience : archaeometry and history
Date : 4-5.03.2010
Lecturers : Dr. J. Rosen (CNRS, Dijon, France) and Prof. M. Maggetti (University of Fribourf, Switzerland)

618 - Late Bronze Age glass
Date : 6-7.05.2010
Lecturer : Prof. T. Rehren (University College of London, UK)

619 - Géographie-Cartographie-Préhistoire
Language : French
Date : 14-15 October 2010
Lecturer : Prof. Michel Rasse (University of Rouen, France)

620 - Human Palaeopathology
Language : English
Date : 3-4 March 2011
Lecturer : Dr. Christiane Kramar (University of Geneva, Switzerland)

621 - How did they make that ? Evidence for the manufacture and decoration of metal objects
Language : English
Date : 30-31 May 2011
Lecturer : Dr. Justine Bayley (English Heritage, United Kingdom)

622 - Raman Spectroscopy for Art and Archaeology
Language : English
Date : 17-18 November 2011
Lecturer : Prof. Peter Vandenabeele (University of Ghent, Belgium)
 
623 - Ancient Ceramics and Vitreous Materials : technological choice and change
Language : English
Date : 8-9 March 2012
Lecturer : Prof. Michael Tite (University of Oxforf, GB)
 
624 - Roman Wine Amphorae : Fabrics and Provenance Determination. Presentation of the database.
Language : English
Date : 24-25 May 2012
Lecturer : Dr. Gisela Thierrin-Michael (University of Fribourg, Switzerland)


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