Department of Aegean Archaeology


www.uw200.pl



address: Krakowskie Przedmieście 26/28, 00-927 Warszawa

email: egea@uw.edu.pl


 Staff:

prof. Kazimierz Lewartowski - head of the Department of Aegean Archaeology, professor

office hours in 2017/2018 Winter semester:  Wed. 13.05-15.00., Thu. 15.00.-16.00.

e-mail: k.lewartowski@uw.edu.pl

research interests: Aegean archaeology, computers in archaeology

 

Małgorzata Siennicka, PhD – assistant professor

A postdoc in the ERC Consolidator Project WEIGHTANDVALUE : Weights and measures, weight metrology, value, origin of money, Bronze Age, Europe, West Asia, South Asia.

research interests: Aegean archaeology (mainland Greece), Bronze Age Aegean textile production

 

Agata Ulanowska, PhD – assistant professor

Research project: Textile production in Bronze Age Greece - comparative studies of the Aegean weaving techniques

e-mail: a.ulanowska@uw.edu.pl

profile: https://uw.academia.edu/AgataUlanowska

research interests:  textile archaeology, experimental archaeology, Aegean archaeology, Minoan Crete, Aegean seals and sealing practices

 

PhD students:

Kinga Bigoraj, MA

Anna Filipek, MA

Katarzyna Żebrowska, MA


Conferences

Call for Papers. DYNAMICS AND ORGANISATION OF TEXTILE PRODUCTION IN PAST SOCIETIES IN EUROPE AND THE MEDITERRANEAN, Łódź, 21-22 June, 2017


Preliminary Programme


Call for Papers for THE 5TH YOUNG RESEARCHERS’ CONFERENCE IN AEGEAN ARCHAEOLOGY, 1-2 June 2017, Warsaw, Poland

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Call for papers. THE 3rd YOUNG RESEARCHERS’ CONFERENCE IN AEGEAN ARCHAELOGY

Siennicka M., Ulanowska A., Rahmstorf L. 2015, Textiles in a social context. Textile production in Europe and the Mediterranean in the 4th and 3rd millennia BCE (Session report), TEA 43, 41-44


Publications

Syndesmoi 5

Syndesmoi 5

Syndesmoi 5: International Course in Archaeology. “Papers in Mediterranean Archaeology”, edited by Marianna Figuera and Katarzyna Żebrowska, is dedicated to the scientific activity and interests developed by former participants of the International Course organized by the University of Catania (Italy), which since 2009 has involved also the University of Warsaw (Poland). It contains several articles related to the Bronze Age and Ancient Aegean. The volume has been published in 2016 in the Italian Syndesmoi series.

Syndesmoi 5 can be downloaded from here: Syndesmoi 5


Syndesmoi 4

Syndesmoi 4

The proceedings of the 2nd Aegean Conference, organized by the Department of Aegean Archaeology, have been published in 2016 in the Italian Syndesmoi series as "Sympozjum Egejskie. Proceedings of The 2nd Students’ Conference in Aegean Archaeology: Methods – Researches – Perspective, Institute of Archaeology, University of Warsaw, Poland, April 25th, 2014". The volume was edited by Pietro Militello and Katarzyna Żebrowska.

Syndesmoi 4 can be downloaded from here: Syndesmoi 4


Workshops

Autor: A. Ulanowska

“Aegean Bronze Age Textile Techniques – Spinning and Weaving. 3rd Experimental Archaeology Workshop in Warsaw”, 13-17 June, 2016, announcement


"Aegean Bronze Age Textile Production Techniques - Spinning and Weaving", 2nd Experimental Archaeology Workshop in Warsaw, 15-19 June 2015, short report


"Aegean Bronze Age Textile Production Techniques - Spinning and Weaving", 2nd Experimental Archaeology Workshop in Warsaw, 15-19 June 2015, programme


AEGEAN BRONZE AGE TEXTILE PRODUCTION TECHNIQUES - SPINNING AND WEAVING. 1ST EXPERIMENTAL ARCHAEOLOGY WORKSHOP IN WARSAW, READ MORE…


Autor: A. Ulanowska


 Textile production in the Aegean Bronze Age and experimental/experience archaeology in the Department of Aegean Archaeology, Institute of Archaeology

The hands-on experience is a regular part of academic courses on textile production in Bronze Age Greece, conducted by me for students of archaeology, in the Institute of Archaeology, University of Warsaw since 2011, as well as experimental archaeology workshops I organised in years 2014, 2015 and 2016. 

The activities which are practised more than once, specifically weaving on band looms (rigid heddles and tablets), but also weaving on a warp-weighted loom, came to be registered on documentation cards scheduled to record personal data of the actor, his/her experience, properties of the woven fabric and characteristics of work: its time, the level of attention required and satisfaction from work. This documentation system allows comparative analyses of weaving performed by different actors having different experience and different manual dexterity, and leads to some statistically based considerations on individual skills, transition of skills, and the work of weaving.

A small textile workshop has been setup in the Department of Aegean Archaeology. There are two warp-weighted looms of Scandinavian type, several sets of band looms (rigid heddles, tablets) and weaving frames. We use sets of loom weights weighting from 120 g to 600 g, which are copies of the Aegean Bronze Age artefacts replicated by students. In addition to weaving students practice plaiting, chosen carpet-weaving techniques, bead-working and sprang.

Since social aspects of weaving are of a great importance, students are encouraged to act in common and share the work – if possible. The cooperation, friendly atmosphere, talks and jokes are inseparable parts of our experiments!


POLISH-ENGLISH-GREEK-ITALIAN GLOSSARY OF TEXTILE TERMINOLOGY

I am proud to present our first Polish-English-Greek-Italian glossary of the textile terminology. Since the textile terminology is so difficult (in Polish especially) and mostly forgotten nowadays, we have got the idea of creating a concise glossary comparing terms in four languages. The authors: Kinga Kopańska, Tomasz Skocki, Agata Ulanowska, Monika Wesołowska, Katarzyna Żebrowska do invite everybody to add and to correct the glossary!

Special thanks for Sofia Tsourinaki for her very helpful and learnd revising the Greek terminology!


POLISH-ENGLISH-GREEK-ITALIAN GLOSSARY OF THE TEXTILE TERMINOLOGY


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