Activities

Talks

2021

  • Shifting Networks and Mixing Metals: Changing metal-trading routes to Scandinavia correlate with Neolithic and Bronze Age transformations. Presentation at the EAA 2021 Annual Meeting – Session: 501 -Widening the Horizons of Archaeological Metalworking Studies – Archaeometallurgy@EAA, Part 2 – 11. September 2021, 10.30

EAA 2021 Annual Meeting (Kiel Virtual)

by European Association of Archaeologists

Session 482. Moulding the World. Craftsmen and Craftsmanship between the Baltic and the Carpathians in the Light of Archaeometallurgical Research (2600-500 BC)

9.45 H.Nørgaard/H. Vandkilde, Local or International artefacts?

8 September 2021 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Bronzealderens metalhandel: handelsnetværker i bronzealderen og sandsynligheden for Sardinsk metal i Danmark

I foredraget skal der, ud fra mussets forskning i bronzealderens Sardinien, fremlægges hvilke muligheder vi idag har for at undersøge metallets oprindelse. Ud fra nogen enkelte studier af bronze statuetti skal en undersøgelse af de kendte metalnetværker vise  sandsynligheden for at Sardinske metal blev brugt i Denmark. Fyld med mange fantastiske fotografier vil denne foredrag ikke kun vise bronzealderens skønhed men også give et indblik i den naturvidenskabelig arkæologi.

Foredrag for Moesgaards Venner den 25. august 2021 kl. 19.00

2020

  • Invited lecture: “Mobility and Metals. Craft and craft related mobility in the 2nd millennium BC in Northern Europe”, Adam Mickiewicz University Poznań (Poland), invited by the Archaeological Department (April 2020).
  • Invited lecture: “Metalwerkstätten der Bronzezeit in Nordeuropa”, Landesmuseum Schleswig-Holstein Schloss Gottorf (18.-19. 03. 2020).

  • 26th Annual virtual Meeting EAA (September 2020) session organiser and oral presentation: Discovering new tendencies in the Nordic Bronze Age.

2019

  • Invited lecture: “Provenance, Transfer and Mixing of metal in Scandinavia´s early Bronze age:  2100-1600 BC”, FLAME-Project conference, Goethe University Frankfurt am Main (1.-2. 10. 2019).
  • Invited lecture: „Auf den Spuren der frühen Metallurgie in Skandinavien – Provenienz, Transfer und Mischen von Metallen 2000-1700 v. Chr.”, RGK Frankfurt (11.04.2019)

  • 25th Annual Meeting EAA, Bern (September 2019): The metallurgy of bronze artefacts as criteria to define Bronze Age metal workshops – Limitations and Use of portable XRF, EDXRF and LIA / Shifting Networks and Mixing Metals in the Early Danish Bronze Age.
  • 15th Nordic Bronze Age Symposium, Lund (11-15. June 2019): Provenance studies on metal artefacts of the Danish Bronze Age.

2018

  • Invited lecture: „Metallversorgung und Handelswege im frühbronzezeitlichen Süd-Skandinavien (2100-1500BC) – Denmark’s metal supply and routes of transfer in Early Bronze Age (2100-1500 BCE)“ CEZA Mannheim, University of Tübingen (01.03.2018)

  • 24th Annual Meeting EAA, Barcelona (September 2018): Comparing lead isotope data of metal artefacts with the archaeological evidence / SHIFTING NETWORKS IN THE EARLY DANISH BRONZE AGE. Session organiser (session 247) Gateway or Endpoint.
  • XVIIIe world UISPP Congress, Paris Sorbonne (4-9 June 2018): Shifting networks: Provenance studies on metal artefacts AND Specialisation and specialists in the Nordic Bronze Age: craft technical investigation on metal ornaments.

2017

  • Invited lecture: Typologies and Typological Dating within PhD workshop organised by the Centre for Urban Network Evolutions (UrbNet): Constructing High Definition Chronologies (23.-24. 11. 2017).
  • Invited lecture: Archaeometallurgical possibilities within biographies of weapons within the MCH-Workshop at Aarhus Unviersity, organised by Helle Vandkilde/ Heide Wrobel Nørgaard: Extracting biographies of violence from Bronze Age weapons (June, 2017).

  • 23rd Annual Meeting EAA, Maastricht (September 2017): Provenance studies on metal artefacts of the early Danish Bronze Age: comparing lead isotope data with the archaeological evidence.
  • Workshop organisation: Provenance & Recycling: On the life history of prehistoric metalwork (Aarhus University, May 2017)
  • Conference Session: 14th Nordic Bronze Age Symposium, Oslo (June 2017): Nobody is Perfect, Contrasts in Craft.

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