1000 – 1010 Opening words: Alexander RUBEL (Head of the Institute of Archaeology, Iaşi)
1010 – 1240 Papers. Moderator: Aleksander PAROŃ
1010 – 1040 Alexander RUBEL (Institute of Archaeology, Iaşi), The Bracteates of the Migration Period and their relevance for Germanic Religion
1040 – 1110 Adrian PORUCIUC (Institute of Archaeology, Iaşi), Alien-native interaction as reflected in early medieval terminology of Central-Eastern Europe
1110 – 1140 Andrei MĂGUREANU (“Vasile Pârvan” Institute of Archaeology, Bucharest), Nomad vs. Sedentary. A discussion about identities based on archaeological features dated in 6th – 7th centuries from Lower Danube region
1140 – 1210 Bartłomiej Sz. SZMONIEWSKI (Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology, Kraków), Metalwork in Gold and Silver during Tang and Liao times (618-1125)
1210 – 1240 Gheorghe POSTICĂ (Ministry of Culture of Moldova Republic, Chişinău), Ion TENTIUC (National Museum of History of Moldova, Chişinău), About bronze amulets depicting horsemen and the presence of non-native communities in the Carpathian-Dniester area at the end of the 1st millennium – the beginning of the 2nd millennium AD. Contacts and interferences.
1240 – 1300 Coffee Break
1300 – 1530 Papers. Moderator: Alexander Rubel
1300 – 1330 Justyna KOLENDA (Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology, Wrocław), Between the north and the south. Cultural and settlement processes in the border area of Lower Silesia and Great Poland in the 9th and 11th centuries
1330 – 1400 Aleksander PAROŃ (Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology, Wrocław), After crossing the border. Nomads' modes of adaptation to the new envinronmental and political conditions (cases of Danube Bulgarians and Pechenegs)
1400 – 1430 Aurel STĂNICĂ (“Gavrilă Simion” Institute of Eco-Museal Research, Tulcea), Bartłomiej Sz. SZMONIEWSKI (Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology, Kraków), From Dobrudja to Xinjiang – the spheroconical vessels as an example of Medieval globalization ?
1430 – 1500 George BILAVSCHI (Institute of Archaeology, Iaşi), Farmer versus Nomadic: the agrarian life in the eastern Carpathians territory during the Late Migrations (11th – 13th Centuries) – continuity or discontinuity ?
1500 – 1530 Cătălin HRIBAN (Institute of Archaeology, Iaşi), The Eastern Connection: The „Lithuanian” coins of Prince Elias I of Moldavia (1432-1433, 1435-1436, 1436-1442)
1530 Swedish buffet at the Institute of Archaeology
 Papers should be around 20 minutes, followed by 10 minutes for questions and discussion.
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