Древна Тракия: мит и реалност

13-ти МЕЖДУНАРОДЕН КОНГРЕС ПО ТРАКОЛОГИЯ

3-7 септември 2017, Казанлък, България


 

 

List of Participants

 

The green numerals refer to the numbering of the abstracts

 

1. Sorin-Cristian Ailincai

("Gavrila Simion" Eco-Museum Research Institute at Tulcea, Romania)

  1. Once again on EIA Chronology at the Lower Danube

2. Zeki Mete Aksan

(Sinop University, Department of Archaeology, Turkey)

  1. Reinvestigation of Vize A Tumulus in Southeastern Thrace (poster)

3. Stefan Alexandrov

(National Archaeological Institute, Sofia, Bulgaria)

  1. Baley Necropolis and the Problems of the Appearance and Development of the “Grooved” Decoration in the Western Part of the Lower Danube Region (co-authors: Stefan Alexandrov, Georgi Ivanov, Tanya Hristova)

4. Dimitra Andrianou

(National Hellenic Research Foundation, Athens, Greece)

4. Memories in Stone: Figured Grave Reliefs from Aegean Thrace in the Late Hellenistic and Roman Eras

5. Zosia Archibald

(University of Liverpool, United Kingdom)

5. The Power of Images and Ancient Royal Portraiture: A View from Thrace

6. Vessela Atanassova

(New Bulgarian University, Sofia, Bulgaria)

  1. A Thracian Tomb in Egypt? (poster)

7. Nadezhda Atanassova-Timeva

(Institute of Experimental Morphology, Pathology and Anthropology with Museum, Sofia, Bulgaria)

97. The necropolis Dren-Delyan (11th-4th century BC.). Cultural and physical anthropological analyses. (co-authors: Philip Mihaylov, Nadezhda Atanassova-Timeva, Borislava Galabova)

8. Neşe Atik

(Tekirdağ, Turkey)

7. Das Heiligtum der Hera/ Kybele und des Asklepios als zwei bedeutende Kultplätze der Stadt Heraion Teikhos

9. Amalia Avramidou

(Democritus University of Thrace, Komotini, Greece)

  1. Preliminary Results of the Research Project “Attic Vases in Thrace”: Shapes, Iconography and Findspots (co-authors: Amalia Avramidou, Despoina Tsiafakis)

10.  Petar Balabanov

(Sofia, Bulgaria)

  1. A treasure of gold appliques of horse harness from Primorsko (co-authors: Petar Balabanov, Daniel Pantov)

11.  Ioan Alexandru Bărbat

(Museum of Dacian and Roman Civilization, Deva, Romania)

  1. The Afterlife Reality. The Early Iron Age Funerary Contexts from Bacea (Romania) (poster) (co-authors: Ioan Alexandru Bărbat, Cătălin Cristescu)
  2. Cultic Discoveries from the Late Bronze Age Settlement from Şoimuş – Teleghi (Romania, Hunedoara County) (poster) (co-authors: Nicolae Cătălin Rișcuța, Antoniu Tudor Marc, Ioan Alexandru Bărbat)
  3. The Myth of the Feast. The Early Iron Age situlae from Bălata (Romania) (poster) (co-authors: Nicolae Cătălin Rișcuța, Cătălin Cristescu, Ioan Alexandru Bărbat, Antoniu Tudor Marc, Ioana Lucia Barbu)

12.  Ioana Lucia Barbu

(Museum of Dacian and Roman Civilization, Deva, Romania)

90. “Around the hearth” – considerations on certain combustion structures in the Wietenberg Culture (poster) (co-authors: Antoniu Tudor Marc, Cristina Bodó, Ioana Lucia Barbu)

138. The Myth of the Feast. The Early Iron Age situlae from Bălata (Romania) (poster) (co-authors: Nicolae Cătălin Rișcuța, Cătălin Cristescu, Ioan Alexandru Bărbat, Antoniu Tudor Marc, Ioana Lucia Barbu)

13.  Marius Gheorghe Barbu

(Museum of Dacian and Roman Civilization, Deva, Romania)

  1. Lowland Dacians cult practicies in south-western Transylvania on the end of the Second Iron Age (co-authors: Iosif Vasile Ferencz, Marius Gheorghe Barbu)

14.  Maguelone Bastide

(Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense, Paris, France)

11. Thracian sanctuaries' myths and realities

15.  Mihail Băț

(Moldova State University, Chișinău, Republic of Moldova)

  1. New views on the formation of the material culture of the Thracian communities (co-authors: Ion Niculiţă, Aurel Zanoci, Mihail Băţ)
  2. Correlation of anthropomorphic and animalistic styles in the Thraco-Getae and Scythian art (co-authors: Ion Niculiţă, Aurel Zanoci, Mihail Băţ)

16.  Dimitar Bayrakov

(Historical Museum Velingrad, Bulgaria)

  1. Clay portable hearths/altars in the valley of Chepino (Northwestern Rhodopes) in "Tsepina type " decoration (poster)

17.  Bartłomiej Bednarek

(University of Warsaw, Poland)

13. Lykourgos of Thrace, the king of Edonians

18.  Ioan Bejinariu

(History and Art Museum of Sălaj County, Zalău, Romania)

14. Recent research concerning to the end of the first Iron Age - Early Latène period in the South-Eastern region of the Upper Tisza

19.  Engin Beksaç

(University Of Thrace, Edirne, Turkey)

15. Thracian Presence and Balkan Identity in Northwest Anatolia

20.  Alexandru Berzovan

(Iași Institute of Archaeology, Romania)

  1. The Dacian standard (draco) on a clay vessel north of the Danube (poster) (co-authors: Valeriu Sîrbu, Alexandru Berzovan, Alin Frânculeasa)

21.  George Bevan

(Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada)

  1. The Pistiros inscription – new investigations and comments (co-authors: Lidia Domaradzka, George Bevan, Stefka Pristavova)

22.  Tomasz Bochnak

(University of Rzeszów, Institute of Archaeology, Poland)

  1. Les éléments thraces dans le bassin de la Vistule – un essai de révision (co-authors: Katarzyna Skowron, Tomasz Bochnak)

23.  Cristina Bodó

(Museum of Dacian and Roman Civilization, Deva, Romania)

  1. “Around the hearth”- considerations on certain combustion structures in the Wietenberg Culture (co-authors: Antoniu Tudor Marc, Cristina Bodó, Ioana Lucia Barbu)

Considerations regarding the Dacian discoveries from the Mureş Corridor

24.  Jan G. de Boer

(Ghent University, the Netherlands)

17. A Small World and Middle Grounds in Ancient Thrace

25.  Borislav Borislavov

(National Archaeological Institute, Sofia, Bulgaria)

18. The rock sanctuaries in southern Thrace – traditions, rituals and continuity

26.  Dilyana Boteva

(University of Sofia, Bulgaria)

19. Thracia huc usque regnata in prouinciam redigitur

27.  Anelia Bozkova

(National Archaeological Institute, Sofia, Bulgaria)

20. Pour une chronologie du IVème siècle av. J.-C.

28.  David Braund

(Exeter University, United Kingdom)

21. An Odrysian “speaks” of Bendis: some observations on her significance

29.  William Bubelis

(Washington University in Saint Louis, USA)

22. Contractual Minting of Coinage on the Aegean Coast of Thrace, c. 490-475?

30.  Laura Burkhardt

(Institute for Oriental and European Archaeology, Vienna, Austria)

  1. Selected House-Inventories of the Late Bronze Age (Mining-) Settlement at Ada Tepe – A Preliminary functional interpretation (co-authors: Laura Burkhardt, Barbara Horejs)

31.  François de Callataÿ

(Royal Library of Belgium / Free University of Brussels / École pratique des Hautes Études, Brussels, Belgium)

24. Reflections about how the Roman paid their Thracian auxiliaries. Number of hoards, numbers in hoards (Thasos, Maroneia, Macedonia First meris, Aesillas, Roman denarii, Dyrrachium and Apollonia)

32.  Francesca Ceci

(Musei Capitolini, Roma, Italy)

25. Das Münzbild als Instrument zur Volksidentität: Liebe und Tod am Beispiel der Darstellungen von Orpheus und Eurydike und von Hero und Leander auf kaiserzeitlichen Münzen Thrakiens

33.  Mihai Ciocanu

(Institute of Archaeology „Vasile Pârvan”, Bucarest, Romania)

  1. Un trésor de monnaies et de bijoux du IIIe siècle av. J.-C. découvert en République de Moldavie (co-authors: Eugen Nicolae, Aurel Vilcu, Mihai Ciocanu)

34.  Bogdan Ciuperca

(Prahova County Museum of History and Archaeology, Ploiești, Romania)

  1. Cultural exchanges in the Lower Danube area in Late Antiquity (co-authors: Andrei Magureanu, Bogdan Ciuperca)

35.  Alexandra Comsa

(Institute of Archaeology „Vasile Pârvan”, Bucharest, Romania)

  1. Some observations regarding the “skull cult” in the Thracian space (co-authors: Rodica Ursu Naniu, Alexandra Comşa)

36.  Federica Cordano

(Università degli Studi di Milano, Italy)

  1. Rois thraces et rois perses dans la tradition grecque (co-authors: Paola Schirripa, Federica Cordano)

37.  Andrei Corobcean

(Moldova State University, Chișinău, Republic of Moldova)

26. La question de l’interprétation ethnique des monuments du VII-III-ème siècles av. J.Chr. de l’espace entre le Prut et Dniestr

  1. Rituels funéraires et non-funéraires dans l’enceinte de Stolniceni (République de Moldavie): observations, analyses, reconstructions (co-authors: Rodica Ursu Naniu , Andrei Corobcean)

38.  Viorica Crişan

(National Museum of Transylvanian History, Cluj-Napoca, Romania)

  1. The Dacian walls of Covasna – Fairies Fortress (Covasna County, Romania) (co-authors: Viorica Crişan, Paul Pupeză)

39.  Cătălin Cristescu

(Museum of Dacian and Roman Civilization, Deva, Romania)

  1. The Afterlife Reality. The Early Iron Age Funerary Contexts from Bacea (Romania) (poster) (co-authors: Ioan Alexandru Bărbat, Cătălin Cristescu)
  2. The Myth of the Feast. The Early Iron Age situlae from Bălata (Romania) (poster) (co-authors: Nicolae Cătălin Rișcuța, Cătălin Cristescu, Ioan Alexandru Bărbat, Antoniu Tudor Marc, Ioana Lucia Barbu)

40.  Bea de Cupere

(University of Leuven, Belgium)

  1. Bioarchaeological perspectives on subsistence economy and land use during the Late Bronze Age and Iron Age in South-eastern Bulgaria (co-authors: Delphine Frémondeau, Elena Marinova, Bea de Cupere, Plamen Georgiev, Ivanka Hristova, Lazar Ninov, Krassimir Nikov, Hristo Popov)
  2. Early Iron Age household at the village of Vaskovo, Lyubimets Municipality (co-authors: Stanislav Iliev, Elena Marinova, Bea de Cupere, Delphine Frémondeau, Ivanka Hristova)
  3. The Kush Kaya hilltop-settlement: An interdisciplinary attempt to explain the changes and the regularities of the economic model (co-authors: Hristo Popov, Elena Marinova, Bea de Cupere, Delphine Frémondeau)

41.  Jelena Cvijetić

(University of Belgrade, Faculty of Philosophy, Serbia)

  1. Between the Illyrian and Thracian World: Southwestern Serbia and Northern Montenegro at the Turn of the New Era (co-authors: Marija Ljuština, Jelena Cvijetić)

42.  Margarit Damyanov

(National Archaeological Institute, Sofia, Bulgaria)

  1. Hand-made Pottery in the Greek Colonies in the Black Sea: The Case of Apollonia Pontica (poster)

43.  Diana Dăvîncă

(Deva, Romania)

  1. Mortality and Ritual Practices in the Case of Dacian Children. Case study: Hunedoara – Grădina Castelului (co-authors: Valeriu Sîrbu, Diana Dăvîncă)

44.  Peter Delev

(University of Sofia, Bulgaria)

29. Between Myth and Reality: 45 Years of Thracology in Bulgaria

45.  Ioannis Deligiannis

(Democritus University of Thrace, Komotini, Greece)

30. Ancient Thrace in the Roman Encyclopaedists

46.  Peter A. Dimitrov

(New Bulgarian University, Sofia, Bulgaria)

31. The Thracian language and the epigraphical evidence

47.  Zdravko Dimitrov

(National Archaeological Institute, Sofia, Bulgaria)

32. Thracian sanctuary in the region of Angel voyvoda village, Eastern Rhodopes

48.  Diana Dimitrova

(National Archaeological Institute, Sofia, Bulgaria)

33. Odrysian 5th – 4th century BC Burial Rites Along the Toundzha River Big Turn

49.  Stoyanka Dimitrova

(Centre of Thracology, Sofia, Bulgaria)

34. KOΣΩN – Cotisoni – Cotiso

50.  Yana Dimitrova

(National Archaeological Institute, Sofia, Bulgaria)

  1. Reconstructions of Early Iron Age women’s costume in West Rhodopi Mountain (Bulgaria) (poster)

51.  Lidia Domaradzka

(University of Sofia, Bulgaria)

  1. The Pistiros inscription – new investigations and comments (co-authors: Lidia Domaradzka, George Bevan, Stefka Pristavova)

52.  Helena Dominguez del Triunfo

(Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain)

  1. A zoomorphic vase handle of the Classical period in the Kanellopoulos Collection: rethinking the impact of Achaemenid material culture in the West (poster)

53.  Dimitar Draganov

(Numismatic Museum Ruse, Bulgaria)

  1. The Coinage of Apollonia Pontica (Vth – Ist c. BC): Iconography (poster)

54.  Juliy Emilov

(University of Sofia, Bulgaria)

  1. The Upper Tonzos Valley with or without Celts (poster)

55.  Zeynep Erdem

(Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Istanbul, Turkey)

40. Cult Studies At Turkish Thrace : Understanding The Thracian Religion – New Approaches

56.  Alexander Falileyev

(Institute for Linguistic Studies, St. Petersburg, Russia)

41. On the linguistic attribution of some geographical names in Thrace

57.  Cristinel Laurentiu Fantaneanu

(National Museum of Union, Alba Iulia, Romania)

  1. Depositions of Ceramic Pots in the Bronze Age. A Discovery from Transylvania (Romania) (poster)

58.  Iosif Vasile Ferencz

(Museum of Dacian and Roman Civilization, Deva, Romania)

  1. Lowland Dacians cult practicies in south-western Transylvania on the end of the Second Iron Age (co-authors: Iosif Vasile Ferencz, Marius Gheorghe Barbu)
  2. Late Iron Age in south-western Transylvania (Romania): material culture as a marker of communal identities (co-authors: Aurel Rustoiu, Iosif Vasile Ferencz)

59.  Valeria Fol

(Centre of Thracology, Sofia, Bulgaria)

44. Culte héroïque dans la Thrace – images littéraires grecques ou images réels du chevalier-hèros thrace

60.  Alin Frânculeasa

(Museum of Braila ”Carol I” / Institute of Archaeology ”V. Pârvan”, Bucharest, Romania)

  1. The Dacian standard (draco) on a clay vessel north of the Danube (poster) (co-authors: Valeriu Sîrbu, Alexandru Berzovan, Alin Frânculeasa)

61.  Delphine Frémondeau

(University of Reading, United Kingdom)

  1. Bioarchaeological perspectives on subsistence economy and land use during the Late Bronze Age and Iron Age in South-eastern Bulgaria (co-authors: Delphine Frémondeau, Elena Marinova, Bea de Cupere, Plamen Georgiev, Ivanka Hristova, Lazar Ninov, Krassimir Nikov, Hristo Popov)
  2. Early Iron Age household at the village of Vaskovo, Lyubimets Municipality (co-authors: Stanislav Iliev, Elena Marinova, Bea de Cupere, Delphine Frémondeau, Ivanka Hristova)
  3. The Kush Kaya hilltop-settlement: An interdisciplinary attempt to explain the changes and the regularities of the economic model (co-authors: Hristo Popov, Elena Marinova, Bea de Cupere, Delphine Frémondeau)

62.  Oleg Gabelko

(Russian State University for the Humanities, Institute for the Oriental and Classical Studies, Department of Ancient History, Moscow, Russia)

46. Bithynian Funeral Steles of the Hellenistic Time: Some Historical Considerations

63.  El-Sayed Gad

(Tanta University, Egypt)

47. Thrace and the Thracians in the Speeches of Demosthenes

64.  Borislava Galabova

(Institute of Experimental Morphology, Pathology and Anthropology with Museum, Sofia, Bulgaria)

  1. The necropolis Dren-Delyan (11th-4th century BC.). Cultural and physical anthropological analyses (co-authors: Philip Mihaylov, Nadezhda Atanassova-Timeva, Borislava Galabova)

65.  Nadiya Gavrylyuk

(Kyiv, Ukraine)

  1. The Thracian phenomenon of the Lower Dnieper/Bug area (co-authors: Nadiya Gavrylyuk, Mykola Tymchenko)

66.  Plamen Georgiev

(National Archaeological Institute, Sofia, Bulgaria)

  1. Bioarchaeological perspectives on subsistence economy and land use during the Late Bronze Age and Iron Age in South-eastern Bulgaria (co-authors: Delphine Frémondeau, Elena Marinova, Bea de Cupere, Plamen Georgiev, Ivanka Hristova, Lazar Ninov, Krassimir Nikov, Hristo Popov)

67.  Diana Gergova

(National Archaeological Institute, Sofia, Bulgaria)

49. The investigations of the elitarian Getic necropolises in Sboryanovo: Society, Beliefs and Politics

  1. Pigments used for decoration of escharae from tumuli №№ 21 and 31, Sboryanovo National Reserve, Bulgaria (poster) (co-authors: Eugenia Tarassova, Mihail Tarassov, Diana Gergova, Rositsa Titorenkova)

68.  Filippo Giudice

(Università di Catania, Italy)

  1. The Greeks between Thracians and Macedonians, the evidence of the Attic imported pottery (co-authors: Filippo Giudice, Gaetano Santagati, Marco Stefano Scaravilli)

69.  Aleksey Gotsev

(National Archaeological Institute, Sofia, Bulgaria)

51. Sanctuaries, Megalithic Complexes and Settlement System in Ancient Thrace

70.  William Greenwalt

(Santa Clara, CA, USA)

52. Macedonian and Thracian Relations Through Early 334 B.C.E.

71.  Valentina Grigorova-Gencheva

(Sofia, Bulgaria)

  1. Thassos Type Coinage in Thracia, 6–5 Century BC (co-authors: Ilya Prokopov, Valentina Grigorova-Gencheva)

72.  Lily Grozdanova

(University of Sofia, Bulgaria)

53. Notions and Reality on the Coins of Pautalia

73.  Martin Gyuzelev

(University of Burgas "Prof. Dr. Assen Zlatarov", Bulgaria)

54. Crossing the Strait: A View to the Bosporian Seafarers’ Pantheon in Antiquity

74.  Barbara Horejs

(Institute for Oriental and European Archaeology, Vienna, Austria)

  1. Selected House-Inventories of the Late Bronze Age (Mining-) Settlement at Ada Tepe – A Preliminary functional interpretation (co-authors: Laura Burkhardt, Barbara Horejs)

75.  Sophia Hristeva

(National Archaeological Institute, Sofia, Bulgaria)

  1. Condition of the surveys of the Late Iron Age in the Rhodope Mountains (poster)

76.  Hristomir Hristov

(Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany)

  1. Der Hügel Grifonite. Zum Aufbau wie Funktion thrakischer Tempelanlagen der klassischen und hellenistischen Periode (poster)

77.  Ivanka Hristova

(Sofia, Bulgaria)

  1. Bioarchaeological perspectives on subsistence economy and land use during the Late Bronze Age and Iron Age in South-eastern Bulgaria (co-authors: Delphine Frémondeau, Elena Marinova, Bea de Cupere, Plamen Georgiev, Ivanka Hristova, Lazar Ninov, Krassimir Nikov, Hristo Popov)
  2. Early Iron Age household at the village of Vaskovo, Lyubimets Municipality (co-authors: Stanislav Iliev, Elena Marinova, Bea de Cupere, Delphine Frémondeau, Ivanka Hristova)

78.  Rositsa Hristova

(Daegu, South Korea)

  1. Technological Changes and Craft-specialization In the Iron Age Ceramic Production of Southeastern Bulgaria (co-authors: Rostitsa Hristova, Lee Sungjoo)

79.  Tanya Hristova

(National Archaeological Institute, Sofia, Bulgaria)

  1. Baley Necropolis and the Problems of the Appearance and Development of the “Grooved” Decoration in the Western Part of the Lower Danube Region (co-authors: Stefan Alexandrov, Georgi Ivanov, Tanya Hristova)

80.  Stanislav Iliev

(Bulgaria)

  1. Early Iron Age household at the village of Vaskovo, Lyubimets Municipality (co-authors: Stanislav Iliev, Elena Marinova, Bea de Cupere, Delphine Frémondeau, Ivanka Hristova)

81.  Ekaterina Ilieva

(Regional Archaeological Museum Plovdiv, Bulgaria)

  1. Pottery on the move – geographical distribution of the Tsepina pottery (poster)

82.  Petya Ilieva

(Centre of Thracology, Sofia, Bulgaria)

60. Maron, xenia and plundering Odysseus

83.  Theodor Iulian Vlad Isvoranu

(Institute of Archaeology „Vasile Pârvan”, Bucharest, Romania)

61. Consequences of the "Scythian War" on the monetary circulation at Histria and Tomis

84.  Milen Ivanov

(Centre of Thracology, Sofia, Bulgaria)

62. King Rhesus and his Mountain Cave

85.  Georgi Ivanov

(National Archaeological Institute, Sofia, Bulgaria)

  1. Baley Necropolis and the Problems of the Appearance and Development of the “Grooved” Decoration in the Western Part of the Lower Danube Region (co-authors: Stefan Alexandrov, Georgi Ivanov, Tanya Hristova)

86.  Hristina Ivanova

(German Archaeological Institute Athens / Humboldt-University of Berlin, Germany)

63. Apollonia of Pontus and Thrace and the allocation of its weight standards

87.  Miroslav Iliev Izdimirski

(Centre of Thracology, Sofia, Bulgaria)

64. Deported Paeonians in Achaemenid Empire as kurtaš – Workers

  1. On Skudrians in the Akkadian Versions of Achaemenid Royal Inscriptions and some Late - Babylonian Texts (co-authors: Kabalan Moukarzel, Miroslav Izdimirski)

88.  Michaela Jordanova

(University of Sofia, Bulgaria)

65. Asclepius Rasuprenos (IGBulg. III/1, 1185) – Some Notes on the Possible Reinterpretation

89.  Lenče Jovanova

(Skopje, Macedonia)

66. Thracian influence in the Roman colony Scupi and the Skopje-Kumanovo region

90.  Hazar Kaba

(Sinop University, Turkey)

67. Comparing the Luxurious Metal Vessel Acquisition Patterns of Thracian aAnd Cypriot Elites During the Classical Period

91.  Gergana Kabakchieva

(National Archaeological Institute, Sofia, Bulgaria)

  1. Die Antike Siedlung bei Kran, Gemeinde Kazanlak (co-authors: Gergana Kabakchieva, Krasimira Stefanova-Georgieva)

92.  Maya Kashuba

(Institute for History of Material Culture, St. Petersburg, Russia)

69. "Thrakische Hallstatt" im Nördlichen Schwarzmeergebiet. Auf der Begriff, der Kultur und der modernen Forschung

93.  Veselka Katsarova

(National Archaeological Institute, Bulgaria)

  1. The Sanctuary of the Nymphs and Aphrodite near the village of Kasnakovo – between myths and reality

94.  Nadezhda Kecheva

(National Archaeological Institute, Sofia, Bulgaria)

  1. The Reality Before Seuthopolis: Early Iron Age Life in the Kazanlak Valley (co-authors: Nadezhda Kecheva, Georgi Nekhrizov)

95.  Petya Kirilova

(Sofia, Bulgaria)

  1. The Dolmens near the villages of Hlyabovo and Sakartsi – 40 Years Later (poster) (co-authors: Todor Valchev, Petya Kirilova)

96.  Slavcho Kirov

(Université Bordeaux Montaigne, France)

72. Le passé thraco-phrygien à la lumière de l’inscription RIMA, 2, A.0.100.5, 115b-127

97.  Marina Koleva

(Institute of Art Studies, Sofia, Bulgaria)

73. Greek Myths, Roman Art and Thracians

98.  Dobriela Kotova

(Centre of Thracology, Sofia, Bulgaria)

74. GYNE und SYMBIOS: Die Erinnerung an die Ehefrau in den griechischen Grab- und Votivinschriften aus Thrakien

99.  Jeffrey Lerner

(Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, USA)

75. The Persian Conquest of Thrake and Skudra

100.  Lyuben Leshtakov

(National Archaeological Institute, Sofia, Bulgaria)

  1. A Bronze Spoked Wheel from Varna and it's relation to Thracian Religion (poster) (co-authors: Lyuben Leshtakov, Stavri Topalov)

101.  Marija Ljuština

(University of Belgrade, Serbia )

  1. Between Illyrian and Thracian World: Southwestern Serbia and Northern Montenegro at the Turn of New Era (co-authors: Marija Ljuština, Jelena Cvijetić)

102.  Ivaylo Lozanov

(University of Sofia, Bulgaria)

78. Nicopolis ad Nestum: between Mark Antony and Trajan

103.  Sasha Lozanova

(Sofia, Bulgaria)

  1. Architectural Images in Antique Coins from Bulgarian Lands (poster) (co-authors: Sasha Lozanova, Stela Tasheva)

104.  Vanya Lozanova-Stantcheva

(Centre of Thracology, Sofia, Bulgaria)

80. Ancient Thracia and the Thracians as paradigm of otherness and other in Old-Attic comedy

105.  Kalin Madzharov

(National Archaeological Institute, Sofia, Bulgaria)

81. Trading post at Rousse? - the evidence of the amphora stamps

106.  Penka Maglova

(Space Research and Technology Institute, Stara Zagora, Bulgaria)

  1. Lights and shadows in cult monuments of the Thracian civilization: astronomy and calendar (poster) (co-authors: Alexey Stoev, Penka Maglova, Mina Spasova )
  2. Megalithic and rock-cut monuments: geometry, modules, categories (poster) (co-authors: Alexey Stoev, Mina Spasova, Penka Maglova)

107.  Andrei Magureanu

(Institute of Archaeology „Vasile Pârvan”, Bucharest, Romania)

82. A discussion about understanding what pottery can tell

  1. Cultural exchanges in the Lower Danube area in Late Antiquity (co-authors: Andrei Magureanu, Bogdan Ciuperca)

108.  Despina Măgureanu

(Institute of Archaeology „Vasile Pârvan”, Bucharest, Romania)

84. Evidence of non-ferrous metallurgy in the Geto-Dacic extra-Carpathic area

  1. Craft and creativity. A discussion on several Geto-Dacian belt buckles (poster) (co-authors: Despina Măgureanu, Sebastian Matei)

109.  Flora Manakidou

(Democritus University of Thrace, Komotini, Greece)

86. Quelques aspects des “Abderites” par C.M. Wieland (Geschichte der Abderiten): réflexions sur la relation entre Antiquité classique et Europe moderne

110.  Dragoș Măndescu

(Argeș County Museum, Pitești, Romania)

87. Where did they put the akinakes? On the Late Hallstatt Ferigile warriors’ panoply starting from the recent discoveries in the necropolis at Valea Stânii

111.  Consuelo Manetta

(Italy)

  1. Architecture and decoration of the propylon at Seuthopolis (co-authors: Consuelo Manetta, Daniela Stoyanova)

112.  Metodi Manov

(National Archaeological Institute, Sofia, Bulgaria)

89. About the author and the time of the statue of Seuthes III

113.  Antoniu Tudor Marc

(Museum of Dacian and Roman Civilization, Deva, Romania)

90. “Around the hearth”- considerations on certain combustion structures in the Wietenberg Culture (co-authors: Antoniu Tudor Marc, Cristina Bodó, Ioana Lucia Barbu)

  1. Cultic Discoveries from the Late Bronze Age Settlement from Şoimuş – Teleghi (Romania, Hunedoara County) (poster) (co-authors: Nicolae Cătălin Rișcuța, Antoniu Tudor Marc, Ioan Alexandru Bărbat)
  2. The Myth of the Feast. The Early Iron Age situlae from Bălata (Romania) (poster) (co-authors: Nicolae Cătălin Rișcuța, Cătălin Cristescu, Ioan Alexandru Bărbat, Antoniu Tudor Marc, Ioana Lucia Barbu)

114.  Elena Marinova

(University of Leuven, Belgium)

  1. Bioarchaeological perspectives on subsistence economy and land use during the Late Bronze Age and Iron Age in South-eastern Bulgaria (co-authors: Delphine Frémondeau, Elena Marinova, Bea de Cupere, Plamen Georgiev, Ivanka Hristova, Lazar Ninov, Krassimir Nikov, Hristo Popov)
  2. Early Iron Age household at the village of Vaskovo, Lyubimets Municipality (co-authors: Stanislav Iliev, Elena Marinova, Bea de Cupere, Delphine Frémondeau, Ivanka Hristova)
  3. The Kush Kaya hilltop-settlement: An interdisciplinary attempt to explain the changes and the regularities of the economic model (co-authors: Hristo Popov, Elena Marinova, Bea de Cupere, Delphine Frémondeau)

115.  Vassil Markov

(South-West University "Neofit Rilski", Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria)

  1. Mythological Symbols from the Thracian Megalithic Sanctuaries (poster)

116.  Boryana Markova

(Centre of Thracology, Sofia, Bulgaria)

92. Les Besses et le christianisme

117.  Sebastian Matei

(Buzau, Romania)

  1. Craft and creativity. A discussion on several Geto-Dacian belt buckles (poster) (co-authors: Despina Măgureanu, Sebastian Matei)
  2. Pietroasa Mică Gruiu Dării: a particular Dacian cultic centre (co-authors: Valeriu Sirbu, Sebastian Matei)

118.  Dimitris Matsas

(Institute of Thracian Studies, Alexandroupolis, Komotini, Greece)

93. The Mysteries of the Great Gods, Samothrace: Samothracian mythology and the reality of archaeological research

119.  Sergiu Matveev

(Moldova State University, Chisinau, Republic of Moldova)

  1. Processing of horn and bones in the early Iron Age in the space between Prut and Dniestr in light of discoveries from Lipoveni (R. Cimislia, Republic of Moldova) (poster) (co-authors: Sergiu Matveev, Vlad Vornic)

120.  Katya Melamed

(Sofia, Bulgaria)

  1. Thracians at the foot of Pirin Mountain (poster)

121.  Charilaos Michalopoulos

(Democritus University of Thrace, Komotini, Greece)

96. Mythical Thrace in Latin poetry

122.  Philip Mihaylov

(Regional Museum of History, Pernik, Bulgaria)

  1. The necropolis Dren-Delyan (11th-4th century BC). Cultural and physical anthropological analyses (co-authors: Philip Mihaylov, Nadezhda Atanassova-Timeva, Borislava Galabova)
  2. Glass beads from Dren-Delyan necropolis (archaeological and chemical study) (poster) (co-authors: Philip Mihaylov, Nikoleta Tzankova)

123.  Biliana Mihaylova

(University of Sofia, Bulgaria)

  1. On the Etymology of some Thracian Glosses (co-authors: Albena Mircheva, Biliana Mihaylova)

124.  Petar Minkov

(University of Sofia, Bulgaria)

  1. A Middle Bronze age ceramic jug from tell Rousse (poster)

125.  Albena Mircheva

(University of Sofia, Bulgaria)

  1. On the Etymology of some Thracian Glosses (co-authors: Albena Mircheva, Biliana Mihaylova)

126.  Alexandru Morintz

(Institute of Archaeology „Vasile Pârvan”, Bucharest, Romania)

  1. Balbus, A Roman Surveyor In Dacia (poster)

127.  Kabalan Moukarzel

(University of Sofia, Bulgaria)

  1. On Skudrians in the Akkadian Versions of Achaemenid Royal Inscriptions and some Late - Babylonian Texts (co-authors: Kabalan Moukarzel, Miroslav Izdimirski)

128.  Kate Mower

(Riverton, USA)

103. Thracians as σύμμαχοι to the Greek settlements along the West Pontic coast

129.  Yana Mutafchieva

(Archaeological Institute and Museum, Sofia, Bulgaria)

  1. Bronze biconical pitchers from Thrace. Morphology and chronology (poster)

130.  Rodica Ursu Naniu

(State University of Moldova / Bucharest, Romania)

  1. Some observations regarding the “skull cult” in the Thracian space (co-authors: Rodica Ursu Naniu, Alexandra Comşa)
  2. Rituels funéraires et non-funéraires dans l’enceinte de Stolniceni (République de Moldavie): observations, analyses, reconstructions (co-authors: Rodica Ursu Naniu , Andrei Corobcean)

131.  Emil Nankov

(American Research Center in Sofia, Bulgaria)

  1. (Sling) Bullet points on the military campaigns of Philip II of Macedon in southwest Thrace

132.  Georgi Nekhrizov

(National Archaeological Institute, Sofia, Bulgaria)

  1. The Reality Before Seuthopolis: Early Iron Age Life in the Kazanlak Valley (co-authors: Nadezhda Kecheva, Georgi Nekhrizov)
  2. From Bronze to Iron in Thrace (co-authors: Georgi Nekhrizov, Julia Tzvetkova)

133.  Nerantzis Nerantzis

(University of Lille, France)

  1. Mining in the Thracian world: The case of Lekani Mountains in Northern Greece (co-authors: Nerantzis Nerantzis, Stratis Papadopoulos)

134.  Eugen Nicolae

(Institute of Archaeology „Vasile Pârvan”, Bucarest, Romania)

  1. Un trésor de monnaies et de bijoux du IIIe siècle av. J.-C. découvert en République de Moldavie (co-authors: Eugen Nicolae, Aurel Vilcu, Mihai Ciocanu)

135.  Ion Niculiță

(Moldova State University, Chișinău, Republic of Moldova)

  1. New views on the formation of the material culture of the Thracian communities (co-authors: Ion Niculiţă, Aurel Zanoci, Mihail Băţ)
  2. Correlation of anthropomorphic and animalistic styles in the Thraco-Getae and Scythian art (co-authors: Ion Niculiţă, Aurel Zanoci, Mihail Băţ)

136.  Krassimir Nikov

(National Archaeological Institute, Sofia, Bulgaria)

  1. Bioarchaeological perspectives on subsistence economy and land use during the Late Bronze Age and Iron Age in South-eastern Bulgaria (co-authors: Delphine Frémondeau, Elena Marinova, Bea de Cupere, Plamen Georgiev, Ivanka Hristova, Lazar Ninov, Krassimir Nikov, Hristo Popov)

137.  Lazar Ninov

(National Archaeological Institute, Sofia, Bulgaria)

  1. Bioarchaeological perspectives on subsistence economy and land use during the Late Bronze Age and Iron Age in South-eastern Bulgaria (co-authors: Delphine Frémondeau, Elena Marinova, Bea de Cupere, Plamen Georgiev, Ivanka Hristova, Lazar Ninov, Krassimir Nikov, Hristo Popov)

138.  Johannes Nollé

(München, Germany)

114. The Mythologocial Integration of Thrace into the Greek World – Various motives – various strategies

139.  Liana Oța

(Institute of Archaeology „Vasile Pârvan”, Bucharest, Romania)

  1. Dacians or Sarmatians? Tamga signs in Dacia (1st c. BC - 1st c. AD) (co-authors: Valeriu Sirbu, Liana Oța)

140.  Asher Ovadiah

(Tel Aviv University, Israel)

115. A New Look at the Mythological Representations of the Panagyurishte Gold Treasure, Bulgaria

141.  Sorin Paliga

(University of Bucharest, Romania)

116. Thracian v. Dacian (Daco-Moesian). How many ‘Thracian languages’ were there spoken in the Antiquity?

142.  Daniel Pantov

(Primorsko, Bulgaria)

  1. A treasure of gold appliques of horse harness from Primorsko (co-authors: Petar Balabanov, Daniel Pantov)

143.  Stratis Papadopoulos

(University of Lille, France)

  1. Mining in the Thracian world: The case of Lekani Mountains in Northern Greece (co-authors: Nerantzis Nerantzis, Stratis Papadopoulos)

144.  Ioanna Papadopoulou

(Democritus University of Greece, Komotini, Greece)

117. Strabo’s account on the 'differentia' of the Thracian ethos

145.  Maria-Gabriella Parissaki

(National Hellenic Research Foundation - Institute of Historical Research, Athens, Greece)

  1. The inconspicuous coinage with the legend ΜΟΡΙΑΣΕΩΝ (co-authors: Maria-Gabriella Parissaki, Yannis Stoyas)

146.  Meglena Parvin

(Museum of History "Iskra", Kazanlak, Bulgaria)

119. The inventory from the southwest chamber of the mound complex Ostrusha - new observations.

147.  Angela Pencheva

(Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany)

120. Wreaths in Funeral Context: Chronology and Meaning in Ancient Thrace and Macedonia

148.  Emanuel Petac

(Numismatic Department, Library of the Romanian Academy, Bucharest, Romania)

121. Coin finds and payments in the Thracian and Getae area at the end of the 4th century BC

149.  Aurora Pețan

(Dacica Foundation, Alun, Romania)

122. Ovid in Thrace

150.  Ulrike Peter

(Berlin, Germany)

123. www.corpus-nummorum.eu – A web portal for ancient coins of Thrace (poster)

151.  Plamen Petkov

(Centre of Thracology, Sofia, Bulgaria)

  1. Das Odrysenreich in Thrakien und Διήγυλις ὁ τῶν Θρᾳκῶν βασιλεὺς / Zisemis, Diogyridis filii, Thraciae regis

152.  Ioannis Petropoulos

(Nafplio, Greece)

125. Herodotus' ethnography of the Thracians: Myth, cliché, and reality

153.  Horea Pop

(County History and Art Museum Zalau, Romania)

  1. Măgura Moigradului-ritual sacred area and Dacian settlement (poster)

154.  Hristo Popov

(National Archaeological Institute, Sofia, Bulgaria)

  1. Bioarchaeological perspectives on subsistence economy and land use during the Late Bronze Age and Iron Age in South-eastern Bulgaria (co-authors: Delphine Frémondeau, Elena Marinova, Bea de Cupere, Plamen Georgiev, Ivanka Hristova, Lazar Ninov, Krassimir Nikov, Hristo Popov)
  2. The Kush Kaya hilltop-settlement: An interdisciplinary attempt to explain the changes and the regularities of the economic model (co-authors: Hristo Popov, Elena Marinova, Bea de Cupere, Delphine Frémondeau)

155.  Ruja Popova

(Centre of Thracology, Sofia, Bulgaria)

128. Antonia Tryphaena and her successors. To the Thracian history in the first half of the 1st c. AD

156.  Kalin Porozhanov

(Centre of Thracology, Sofia, Bulgaria)

129. The ancient authors for Bithynians, Thynians and Mariandinians in Anatolia

157.  Alexandar Portalsky

(South-West University "Neofit Rilski", Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria)

  1. Thracians in Palaeobalkan-westanatolian community (poster)

158.  Hristo Preshlenov

(National Archaeological Institute, Sofia, Bulgaria)

  1. The (Re)used Pagan temenoses in Thracia Pontica (4th-6th century AD) (poster)

159.  Stefka Pristavova

(University of Mining and Geology, Sofia, Bulgaria)

  1. Pistiros inscription – new investigations and comments (co-authors: Lidia Domaradzka, George Bevan, Stefka Pristavova)

160.  Nade Proeva

(Skopje, Macedonia)

132. Les représentations du soi-disant „Cavalier thrace“ en Macédoine romaine

161.  Ilya Prokopov

(Sofia, Bulgaria)

  1. Thassos Type Coinage in Thracia, 6–5 Century BC (co-authors: Ilya Prokopov, Valentina Grigorova-Gencheva)

162.  Paul Pupeza

(National Museum of Transylvanian History, Cluj-Napoca, Romania)

  1. The Dacian walls of Covasna – Fairies Fortress (Covasna County, Romania) (co-authors: Viorica Crişan, Paul Pupeză)

163.  Silviu I. Purece

(Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu, Romania)

134. New approaches regarding the beginning and evolution of the Thracian coin in the regions situated north to the Danube

164.  Kostadin Rabadjiev

(University of Sofia, Bulgaria)

135. The Thracian Gods – the puzzle of anthropomorphism

165.  Milena Raycheva

(National Archaeological Institute, Sofia, Bulgaria)

136. Imperial cult in private context? Some observations from Roman Thrace

166.  Nicolae Cătălin Rișcuța

(Museum of Dacian and Roman Civilization, Deva, Romania)

  1. Cultic Discoveries from the Late Bronze Age Settlement from Şoimuş – Teleghi (Romania, Hunedoara County) (poster) (co-authors: Nicolae Cătălin Rișcuța, Antoniu Tudor Marc, Ioan Alexandru Bărbat)
  2. The Myth of the Feast. The Early Iron Age situlae from Bălata (Romania) (poster) (co-authors: Nicolae Cătălin Rișcuța, Cătălin Cristescu, Ioan Alexandru Bărbat, Antoniu Tudor Marc, Ioana Lucia Barbu)

167.  Lynn E. Roller

(University of California, Davis, USA)

140. The Gluhite Kamani LiDAR survey and its implications for our understanding of Thracian cult monuments

168.  Aliénor Rufin Solas

(Université Paris-Sorbonne 4, France)

140. Thracian studies and global history

169.  Viktoria Russeva

(Institute of Experimental Morphology, Pathology and Anthropology, Sofia, Bulgaria)

  1. Cremated human remains from the tumulus N8, village Brestovitsa, Russe region - anthropological study (poster)

170.  Aurel Rustoiu

(Institute of Archaeology and History of Art, Cluj-Napoca, Romania)

  1. Late Iron Age in south-western Transylvania (Romania): material culture as a marker of communal identities (co-authors: Aurel Rustoiu, Iosif Vasile Ferencz)

171.  Gaetano Santagati

(Archivio Ceramografico, Università di Catania, Italy)

  1. The Greeks between Thracians and Macedonians, the evidence of the Attic imported pottery (co-authors: Filippo Giudice, Gaetano Santagati, Marco Stefano Scaravilli)

172.  Lucica-Olga Savu

(Institute of Archaeology „Vasile Pârvan”, Braşov, Romania)

143. Discoveries of tombs and funerary inventories in southeastern Transylvania

173.  Mustafa H. Sayar

(University of Istanbul, Turkey)

144. Thracian tribes in Southeastern Thrace

174.  Marco Stefano Scaravilli

(Archivio Ceramografico, Università di Catania, Italy)

  1. The Greeks between Thracians and Macedonians, the evidence of the Attic imported pottery (co-authors: Filippo Giudice, Gaetano Santagati, Marco Stefano Scaravilli)

175.  Paola Schirripa

(University of Milano, Italy)

  1. Rois thraces et rois perses dans la tradition grecque (co-authors: Paola Schirripa, Federica Cordano)

176.  Thomas Schmidts

(Römisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum, Kompetenzbereich und Museum für Antike Schifffahrt, Germany)

146. Ainos – Interdisciplinäre Forschungen und mythische Vergangenheit

177.  Cristian Schuster

(Institute of Archaeology „Vasile Pârvan”, Bucharest, Romania)

  1. Buridava – eine dakische und römische Ansiedlung in Nordostoltenien (co-authors: Cristian Schuster, Ion Tuţulescu)

178.  Tatyana Shalganova

(New Bulgarian University, Sofia, Bulgaria)

148. The Scythian Art Horizon in Thrace From 5th Century BC

179.  Nicolay Sharankov

(University of Sofia, Bulgaria)

149. Thracarchs, archiereis, and neokoroi

180.  Valeriu Sirbu

(Museum of Braila / Institute of Archaeology ”V. Pârvan”, Bucharest, Romania)

  1. The Dacian standard (draco) on a clay vessel north of the Danube (poster) (co-authors: Valeriu Sîrbu, Alexandru Berzovan, Alin Frânculeasa)
  2. Mortality and Ritual Practices in the Case of Dacian Children. Case study: Hunedoara – Grădina Castelului (co-authors: Valeriu Sîrbu, Diana Dăvîncă)
  3. Pietroasa Mică Gruiu Dării: a particular Dacian cultic centre (co-authors: Valeriu Sirbu, Sebastian Matei)
  4. Dacians or Sarmatians? Tamga signs in Dacia (1st c. BC - 1st c. AD) (co-authors: Valeriu Sirbu, Liana Oța)
  5. Change and continuity in the funerary practice in the beginning of the second Iron Age in North-Eastern Thrace (co-authors: Valeriu Sîrbu, Magdalena Ștefan, Dan Ștefan)

181.  Nikolay Sivkov

(Regional Museum of History, Pernik, Bulgaria)

  1. The starry sky of the Thracians on an anthropomorphic stela (poster)

182.  Katarzyna Skowron

(University of Rzeszów, Poland)

  1. Les éléments thraces dans le bassin de la Vistule – un essai de révision (co-authors: Katarzyna Skowron, Tomasz Bochnak)

183.  Mirena Slavova

(University of Sofia, Bulgaria)

157. On the Thracian Syllable

184.  Adela Sobotkova

(Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia)

  1. Centralisation and autonomy in settlement patterns in Thrace (poster?)
  2. Places of Memory or Places of Power? Regional Approaches to Burial Mounds in Thrace (poster?)

185.  Irina Sodoleanu

(Museum of National History and Archaeology, Constanța, Romania)

  1. Roman Artifacts from Albești (Constața county, Romania) (poster)

186.  Mina Spasova

(Institute for the Study of Societies and Knowledge, Sofia, Bulgaria)

  1. Lights and shadows in cult monuments of the Thracian civilization: astronomy and calendar (poster) (co-authors: Alexey Stoev, Penka Maglova, Mina Spasova )
  2. Megalithic and rock-cut monuments: geometry, modules, categories (poster) (co-authors: Alexey Stoev, Mina Spasova, Penka Maglova)

187.  Dan Ștefan

(National Museum of Eastern Carpathians, Sfântu Gheorghe, Romania)

  1. Change and continuity in the funerary practice in the beginning of the second Iron Age in North-Eastern Thrace (co-authors: Valeriu Sîrbu, Magdalena Ștefan, Dan Ștefan)
  2. Living at extremes during the end of the Iron Age. The case of Dacian tribes in Eastern Transylvania (co-authors: Dan Ștefan, Magdalena Ștefan)

188.  Magdalena Ștefan

(National Museum of Eastern Carpathians, Sfântu Gheorghe, Romania)

  1. Change and continuity in the funerary practice in the beginning of the second Iron Age in North-Eastern Thrace (co-authors: Valeriu Sîrbu, Magdalena Ștefan, Dan Ștefan)
  2. Living at extremes during the end of the Iron Age. The case of Dacian tribes in Eastern Transylvania (co-authors: Dan Ștefan, Magdalena Ștefan)

189.  Krasimira Stefanova-Georgieva

(Museum of History "Iskra", Kazanlak, Bulgaria)

  1. Die Antike Siedlung bei Kran, Gemeinde Kazanlak (co-authors: Gergana Kabakchieva, Krasimira Stefanova-Georgieva)

190.  Stephan Steingräber

(Università Roma Tre, Italy)

162. Figurative Representations in Thracian Tomb Paintings of the 4th and 3rd cent. B.C. - Themes, Iconography, Ideology

191.  Alexey Stoev

(Space Research and Technology Institute, Stara Zagora, Bulgaria)

  1. Lights and shadows in cult monuments of the Thracian civilization: astronomy and calendar (poster) (co-authors: Alexey Stoev, Penka Maglova, Mina Spasova )
  2. Megalithic and rock-cut monuments: geometry, modules, categories (poster) (co-authors: Alexey Stoev, Mina Spasova, Penka Maglova)

192.  Kalin Stoev

(Centre of Thracology, Sofia, Bulgaria)

165. Crises, Brigandage and the Emergence of the „Military Men” in the Balkan Region (ca. AD 170– ca. AD 300)

193.  Svetozar Stoyanov

(Sofia, Bulgaria)

  1. New types and denominations of Thracian tribal and royal coins published in studies of Bulgarian collectors in the period of 1994–2014 (poster) (co-authors: Stavri Topalov, Alexander Toromanov, Svetozar Stoyanov)

194.  Totko Stoyanov

(University of Sofia, Bulgaria)

166. Urbanization in Early Hellenistic Thrace:The case of Getic capital Helis in North-Eastern Thrace The case of Getic capital Helis in North-Eastern Thrace

195.  Daniela Stoyanova

(University of Sofia, Bulgaria)

  1. Architecture and decoration of the propylon at Seuthopolis (co-authors: Consuelo Manetta, Daniela Stoyanova)

196.  Yannis Stoyas

(KIKPE Numismatic Collection, Athens, Greece)

  1. The inconspicuous coinage with the legend ΜΟΡΙΑΣΕΩΝ (co-authors: Maria-Gabriella Parissaki, Yannis Stoyas)

197.  Karl Strobel

(Alpen Adria Universität Klagenfurt)

  1. Getae, Moesi, Daci: The Northern Thracian World?

198.  Nino Sulava

(Georgian National Museum, Tbilisi, Georgia)

  1. Alte Kolchis: Mythos und Wirklichkeit (auf der Grundlage der uralten Fibeln) (poster)

199.  Lee Sungjoo

(Daegu, South Korea)

  1. Technological Changes and Craft-specialization In the Iron Age Ceramic Production of Southeastern Bulgaria (co-authors: Rostitsa Hristova, Lee Sungjoo)

200.  Gabriel Mircea Talmatchi

(Museum of National History and Archaeology, Constanta, Romania)

169. About possible stages of the significance and role of monetary signs in the Western Pontic Area in the light of recent research (6th century BC)

201.  Mihail Tarassov

(Institute of Mineralogy and Crystallography, Sofia, Bulgaria)

  1. Pigments used for decoration of escharae from tumuli №№ 21 and 31, Sboryanovo National Reserve, Bulgaria (poster) (co-authors: Eugenia Tarassova, Mihail Tarassov, Diana Gergova, Rositsa Titorenkova)

202.  Eugenia Tarassova

(Institute of Mineralogy and Crystallography, Sofia, Bulgaria)

  1. Pigments used for decoration of escharae from tumuli №№ 21 and 31, Sboryanovo National Reserve, Bulgaria (poster) (co-authors: Eugenia Tarassova, Mihail Tarassov, Diana Gergova, Rositsa Titorenkova)

203.  Stela Tasheva

(Institute of Art Studies, Sofia, Bulgaria)

  1. Architectural Images in Antique Coins from Bulgarian Lands (poster) (co-authors: Sasha Lozanova, Stela Tasheva)

204.  Rositsa Titorenkova

(Institute of Mineralogy and Crystallography, Sofia, Bulgaria)

  1. Pigments used for decoration of escharae from tumuli №№ 21 and 31, Sboryanovo National Reserve, Bulgaria (poster) (co-authors: Eugenia Tarassova, Mihail Tarassov, Diana Gergova, Rositsa Titorenkova)

205.  Ivan Todorov

(University of Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria)

171. The mythological story of Tyro and some its realia in ancient Thrace (Τυρώ; Apollod. I 9,8)

206.  Nikola Tonkov

(National Archaeological Institute, Sofia, Bulgaria)

172. Geophysical survey of Thracian burial mounds at the village of Bratya Daskalovi (Chirpan eminences)

207.  Eva Tonkova

(University of Sofia, Bulgaria)

  1. Black glazed pottery from the pit fields in Bulgaria (poster)

208.  Milena Tonkova

(National Archaeological Institute, Sofia, Bulgaria)

174. L’orfèvrerie des Odryses à la fin du IVe siècle av. J.-C. à travers les parures du tumulus Malkata près de Chipka

209.  Ivo Topalilov

(Shumen University, Bulgaria)

175. Some Notes on Thracian soldiers

210.  Stavri Topalov

(Sofia, Bulgaria)

176. Contribution to the study to whom belong the first realistic portraits on ancient coins (mid 5th ­ end of 4th centuries BC)

  1. New types and denominations of Thracian tribal and royal coins published in studies of Bulgarian collectors in the period of 1994–2014 (poster) (co-authors: Stavri Topalov, Alexander Toromanov, Svetozar Stoyanov)
  2. A Bronze Spoked Wheel from Varna and it's relation to Thracian Religion (poster) (co-authors: Lyuben Leshtakov, Stavri Topalov)

211.  Nartsis Torbov

(Regional Museum of History, Vratsa, Bulgaria)

  1. Die Verzierung der Messer mit den geschwungenen Schneiden (poster)

212.  Alexander Toromanov

(Sofia, Bulgaria)

  1. New types and denominations of Thracian tribal and royal coins published in studies of Bulgarian collectors in the period of 1994–2014 (poster) (co-authors: Stavri Topalov, Alexander Toromanov, Svetozar Stoyanov)

213.  Despoina Tsiafaki

("ATHENA" Research Center, Xanthi, Greece)

  1. Preliminary Results of the Research Project “Attic Vases in Thrace”: Shapes, Iconography and Findspots (co-authors: Amalia Avramidou, Despoina Tsiafaki)

179. Exploring the reality through myths and archaeological evidence

214.  Georgios Tsomis

(Komotini, Greece)

180. Der Wein und die antiken thrakischen Ortsnamen Ismaros und Maroneia: Eine literarische, linguistische und geographische Annäherung

215.  Lyubomir Tsonev

(Institute of Solid State Physics, Sofia, Bulgaria)

Megalithic construction techniques in classical Thracian buildings (poster)

216.  Ion Tuțulescu

(Valcea County Museum, Ramnicu Valcea, Romania)

  1. Buridava – eine dakische und römische Ansiedlung in Nordostoltenien (co-authors: Cristian Schuster, Ion Tuţulescu)

217.  Mykola Tymchenko

(Kyiv, Ukraine)

  1. The Thracian phenomenon of the Lower Dnieper/Bug area (co-authors: Nadiya Gavrylyuk, Mykola Tymchenko)

218.  Nikoleta Tzankova

(University of Mining and Geology, Sofia, Bulgaria)

  1. Glass beads from Dren-Delyan necropolis (archaeological and chemical study) (poster) (co-authors: Philip Mihaylov, Nikoleta Tzankova)

219.  Chavdar Tzochev

(Sofia, Bulgaria)

182. The Tomb in Chetinyova Mogila: Architecture and Historical Context

220.  Julia Tzvetkova

(University of Sofia, Bulgaria)

  1. From Bronze to Iron in Thrace (co-authors: Georgi Nekhrizov, Julia Tzvetkova)

183. Ancient Thrace: GIS and reality

221.  Marina Vakhtina

(Institute for History of Material Culture, St. Petersburg, Russia)

184. Greek Art and Female Depictions of Scythia and Thracia. Distinctions and Parallels

222.  Ivan Valchev

(University of Sofia, Bulgaria)

185. The Cult of Apollo in Cabyle

223.  Todor Valchev

(Regional Museum of History, Yambol, Bulgaria)

  1. The Dolmens near the villages of Hlyabovo and Sakartsi – 40 Years Later (poster) (co-authors: Todor Valchev, Petya Kirilova)

224.  Julia Valeva

(Sofia, Bulgaria)

186. Eros in Thrace

225.  Varbin Varbanov

(Regional Museum of History, Rousse, Bulgaria)

  1. Late Hellenistic Mounds from Northern Bulgaria – the Case Study of Tumulus №8 from the Village of Brestovitsa, Rousse Region (poster)

226.  Miroslav Vasilev

(Troyan, Bulgaria)

188. Hecataeus' Knowledge of Thrace

227.  Maya Vassileva

(New Bulgarian University, Sofia, Bulgaria)

189. Thracians and Phrygians: State of Art and Future Perspectives

228.  Aurel Vilcu

(Institute of Archaeology „Vasile Pârvan”, Bucarest, Romania)

  1. Un trésor de monnaies et de bijoux du IIIe siècle av. J.-C. découvert en République de Moldavie (co-authors: Eugen Nicolae, Aurel Vilcu, Mihai Ciocanu)

229.  Yuri Vinogradov

(Institute for History of Material Culture, St. Petersburg, Russia)

190. Tumulus Baksy near Kerch. Cultural contacts on the Cimmerian Bosporus in the early 4th century BC

230.  Vlad Vornic

(National Agency for Archaeology, Chisinau, Republic of Moldova)

  1. Processing of horn and bones in the early Iron Age in the space between Prut and Dniestr in light of discoveries from Lipoveni (R. Cimislia, Republic of Moldova) (poster) (co-authors: Sergiu Matveev, Vlad Vornic)

231.  Oya Yağız

(Istanbul, Turkey)

191. Les Monnaies des trois Rhoimetalkès, les derniers rois de la Dynastie Thrace

232.  Svetlana Yanakieva

(Centre of Thracology, Sofia, Bulgaria)

192. Myth and Reality in Thracian Linguistics

233.  Kalina Yordanova

(Archaeological Institute and Museum, Sofia, Bulgaria)

  1. Foureés and barbarian imitations of the coins of Apollonia Pontica (poster)

234.  Aurel Zanoci

(Moldova State University, Chișinău, Republic of Moldova)

  1. New views on the formation of the material culture of the Thracian communities (co-authors: Ion Niculiţă, Aurel Zanoci, Mihail Băţ)
  2. Correlation of anthropomorphic and animalistic styles in the Thraco-Getae and Scythian art (co-authors: Ion Niculiţă, Aurel Zanoci, Mihail Băţ)

235.  Zhivko Zhekov

(University of Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria)

194. Odrysian paradynast – one possible interpretation

236.  Vladislav Zhivkov

(National Archaeological Institute, Sofia, Bulgaria)

  1. Thracian Pottery from Nicopol and Present day North Central Bulgaria on the Eve of the Roman Conquest (II c. BC – early I c. AD) (poster)

237.  Boaz Zissu

(Bar Ilan University, Jerusalem, Israel)

196. Figurative Paintings in the Necropolis of Hellenistic Maresha (Marissa), Israel