Conferentie over maritieme archeologie in Jena, 21-24 februari 2018


In samenwerking met de zetel van middeleeuwse geschiedenis (Prof. Dr. A. Hack) en archeologie (Prof. Dr. P. Ettel) aan de  Friedrich-Schiller-University of Jena, organiseert de ‘German Maritime Museum’ een conferentie met het onderwerp: ‘River valleys, river vessels, river harbours. Records from Antiquities and Medieval times’. Thijs Maarleveld spreekt op dit symposium over zijn bijdrage aan de Nieuwe Maritieme Geschiedenis van Nederland.
“The conference will take place from Wednesday, February 21th until Saturday, February 24th at the Friedrich-Schiller-University in Jena, Germany. It is the result of a close cooperation between the University of Jena and the German Maritime Museum within the Special-Research-Program “Harbours from the Roman Period to the Middle Ages” founded by the German Research Foundation ( The goal of this conference is to link information from written sources to archaeological features and nautical archaeology. The conference aims for an interdisciplinary and interregional exchange to reflect the current state of research using all historical sources available and not to focus on small area approaches.”

Zie:  Program Jena conference 2018