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    1. Ancient Georgia

    2. Medieval Georgia

    3. Modernism in Georgia

    4. Conservation/Restoration; Subsection. Biological Deterioration in Cultural Heritage

    5. Cultural Tourism


    Section 1. Ancient Georgia (AG)  top

    AG/001 Abramishvili, Michael
    GeorgianNationalMuseum, Tbilisi Archaeological Museum, Georgia
    From Çatalhöyük to Svetitskhoveli Extracts from the enduring history of the bull cult
    AG/002 Bibiluri, Temur
    Mtskheta state Archaeological Museum, Georgia
    Temple of Apollo in Great Mtskheta
    AG/003 Dzneladze, Nino
    Batumi StateUniversity and the Archaeological Museum, Georgia
    Greek painted ceramics from Pichvnari
    AG/04a
    AG/04b
    Ebralidze, Emzar
    Shalikadze, Tamar
    Batumi State University and the Archaeological Museum, Georgia
    Economic and cultural relations of Gonio-Apsaros with western Mediterranean
    AG/005 Gomelauri, Nino
    G. Chubinashvili National
    Center of Georgian Art History and Monuments Protection, Georgia
    Between Europe and Asia - reference to the minor plastics from Georgia of the 2nd-1st millennia BC
    AG/006 Gvelesiani,  Mariam
    Georgian National Museum, Georgia
    For the Interpretation of an Anthropomorphic Figure from Katlanakhevi
    AG/007 Jakeli, Nino
    Georgian National Museum, Georgia
    Ancient jewelry and other patterns of art from the Upper Paleolithic site of Dzudzuana (West. Geogria)
    AG/008a
    AG/008b
    Kakhidze, Emzar
    Mamuladze, Shota
    Batumi StateUniversity and the Archaeological Museum, Georgia
    Apsaros – The Roman cultural center at the eastern Black Sea coast
    AG/009a
    AG/009b
    Kakhidze, Amiran
    Batumi State University and the Archaeological Museum, Georgia
    Vickers, Michael
    Collage, Oxford, Great Britain
    Economic and cultural relations between Athens and Colchis in the Classical Period (according to Pitchvnari archaeological materials uncovered by the Georgian-Britain collaborative expedition)
    AG/010 Khalvashi, Merab
    Batumi State University and the Archaeological Museum, Georgia
    Imported Amphorae of Pitchvnari
    AG/011a
    AG/011b
    Khimshiashvili, Kaxa;
    Narimanishvili, Goderdzi;
    Archaeological Research Centre of National Museum of Georgia, Georgia
    Bronze Age Settlements in Traileti
    AG/012 Kldiashvili, Anna
    G. Chubinashvili National center of Georgian Art History and monuments protection, Tbilisi State Academy of Art, Georgia
    Images semantic and the model of the world in the pre-Christian period of Georgian culture
    AG/013 Maxaradze, Zurab
    Archaeological Research Centre of National Museum of Georgia, Georgia
    Art works from Tsikhiagori multistoried monument
    AG/014 Ramishvili, Ketevan
    Archaeological Research Centre of National Museum of Georgia, Georgia
    Horse Figurines in Old Georgia and Names Relating to Horse-Breeding in the Georgian Language
    AG/015 Rubinson, Karen
    Barnard College, USA
    A re-evaluation of Kuftin’s analysis of the Trialeti silver goblet and bucket in light of modern theory and current archaeological knowledge
    AG/016 Sanikidze, Tamaz
    G. Chubinashvili National Center of Georgian Art History and monuments protection, Georgia
    About the Main Stages in the History of the Rock-HewnTown of Uplistsikhe
    AG/017a
    AG/017b
    Shanshashvili, Nino
    Narimanishvili, Giorgi
    Archaeological Research Centre of National Museum of Georgia, Georgia
    Cultural Interaction of Mesopotamia with the South Caucasus in the Early Bronze Age
    AG/018 Shatberashvili, Vakhtang
    Archaeological Research Centre of National Museum of Georgia, Georgia
    Two painted glass jugs from the village Kholve
    AG/019 Soltes, Ori
    Georgetown University , USA
    Defining Georgianness in Antiquity
    AG/020 Tsereteli, Manana
    Georgian National Museum, Georgia
     Colchian Ritual Axe /Semantic and Artistic Style
    AG/021 Varshalomidze, Irine
    Batumi StateUniversity and the Archaeological Museum, Georgia
    Roman Coins from Gonio-Apsaros

    Section 2. Medieval Georgia (MG) top

    MG/022 Abashidze, Ketevan
    G. Chubinashvili National Center of Georgian Art History and Monuments Protection, Georgia
    Stone Facing in Georgian Ecclesiastic Architecture
    MG/023 Baumgartner, Bruno
    University of Vienna, Austria
    Unknown and Less Known Georgian Monuments in Northeast Turkey
    MG/024 Berdzenishvili, Irma
    Archaeological ResearchCenter of National Museum of Georgia, Georgia
    The Ecclesiastic Architecture of Abkhazeti in Early Middle Ages
    MG/025 Basic, Rozmeri
    The University of Oklahoma, USA
    Georgia and Croatia: A Case of Common Source
    MG/026 Bogish, Markus
    University of Copenhagen, Denmark
    Some Remarks on Cross-in-square Churches in Historical Southwest Georgia”  
    MG/056 Burchuladze, Nana
    Georgian National Museum, Georgia
    Georgian icons in the Monastery of St. Cathedral on the Mount of Sinai (for the history of Georgian-Sinai relations)
    MG/027 Didebulidze, Mariam
    G. Chubinashvili National Center of Georgian Art History and Monuments Protection, Georgia
    Secular Tendencies in the Culture of Queen Tamar’s Epoch and its Contemporaneous Mural Painting 
    MG/028 Florentzos, Pavlos
    Department of Antiquities, Cyprus
    The Byzantine Mosaics and Wall Paintings of Churches in Cyprus
    MG/029 Grossman, Peter
    German Institute of Archaeology in Cairo, Germany
    Roman and Late Roman elements in the Early Christian architecture of Egypt in Comparison with the Situation in Georgia
    MG/030 Gedevanishvili, Eka
    Kenia, Marine
    G. Chubinashvili National Center of Georgian Art History and Monuments Protection, Georgia
    The Correlation of the Word and Image in the Medieval Georgian Mural Painting
    MG/031 Gengiuri, Nato
    S. Rustaveli Theatre and Cinema University, Georgia
    Porches of Georgian Churches (from Early Christian Period to Advanced Middle Ages)
    MG/032 Giviashvili, Irine
    Freelance Scholar,Georgia
    Georgian Polyapsidal Church Arcitecture
    MG/033 Haas, Christopher
    Villanova University, USA
     Ioane Zedazneli: A Georgian Saint in the Syrian Ascetical Tradition”
    MG/034a
    MG/034b
    Kalac, Veronica
    Wayne State University, USA
    Ozkaya, Yavuz
    Restoration Architec
    , Turkey
    The Georgian Aspects of Medieval Architecture at Ani in the Thirteenth Century: The Church of Tigran Honents and the Mosque of Minuchir
    MG/035 Khoshtaria, Davit
    G. Chubinashvili National Center of Georgian Art History and Monuments Protection, Georgia
    Architecture of Tao-Klarjeti: History and Perspectives of Study
    MG/036 Khundadze, Tamar
    G. Chubinashvili National center of Georgian Art History and monuments protection, Georgia
    The images of historical figures in medieval Georgian facade sculpture
    MG/037 Khuskivadze, Leila
    G. Chubinashvili National Center of Georgian Art History and Monuments Protection, Georgia
    Ornament in Medieval Georgian Repousse Work
    MG/038 Kvachatadze, Ekaterine
    G. Chubinashvili National Center of Georgian Art History and Monuments Protection, Georgia
    Main Trends of  Medieval Georgian Facade Sculpture after XI c.
    MG/039 Lidov, Alexei
    Russian Academy of Fine Arts, Russia
    Eastern Christian 'Image-Paradigms': A Hierotopic Dimension of Medieval Art History
    MG/040 Lidova, Maria
    Scuola Normale Superiore, Russia
    Creating a liturgical space.The Sinai complex of icons by Ioannes Tsohabi.
    MG/041 Mamaiashvili, Irine
    G. Chubinashvili National Center of Georgian Art History and Monuments Protection, Georgia
    Post Byzantine Tendencies in 16th c. Georgian Mural Painting 
    MG/042 Melikishvili, Izolda
    Georgian National Museum, Georgia
    For the issue of colour and form symbolic of Georgian ecclesiastic clothes
    MG/043 Neubauer, Edith
    University of Leipzig, Germany
    Georgian Medieval Architecture and Sculpture and the Central European Romanesque Period
    MG/044 Osefashvili, Lali
    S. Rustaveli Theatre and Cinema University, Georgia
    The Peculiarities of the Decorative Design of the Georgian Liturgical Scrolls (XII-XIV centuries)
    MG/045 Qavtaria, Nino
    NationalCenter of Manuscripts, Georgia
    Artistic Aspects of 12th-13th c Georgian Gospels Decoration
    MG/046 Saminsky, Alexsander
    Andrei Rublev Museum, Russia
    The Miniatures and Origin of the Berti Gospel
    MG/048 Sinkevic, Ida
    Lafayette College, USA
    Fresco Icons in Monumental Art of Georgia and Byzantium: Meaning and Significance
    MG/049 Temerinski, Alexsander Davidov
    Institute for the Protection of Cultural Monuments, Serbia
    Eschatology, Ideology, Contextualisation: The Last Judgment in Dečani, Akhtala and Timotesubani
    MG/050 Tolidjian, Beatrice, 
    Columbia University, USA
    Georgian Inspiration for External Wall Decoration of Gregorios Pakorianos Foundations Around Plovdiv, Bulgaria
    MG/051 Volskaia, Aneli
    G. Chubinashvili National Center of Georgian Art History and Monuments Protection, Georgia
    The Gareji Painting School
    MG/052 Wilkinson, John
    The British School of Archaeology in Jerusalem (Retired Director) UK
    Where did Georgia’s Churches Start?
    PANEL PRESENTATIONS
    MG/054 Baratashvili, Gulnaz
    Georgian National Museum, Georgia
    The Aers from Sioni Church in Tbilisi
    MG/055 Berelashvili, Eka
    Georgian National Museum, Georgia
    Mitre of Archbishop Mitrophane
    MG/057 Chikhladze, Nino
    Georgian National Museum, Georgia
    The Fragments of Palaeologan Style Paintings in Martvili
    MG/058 Datunashvili, Nino
    Georgian National Museum, Georgia
    The Thessalonica-Gremi: The Athonite Artistic Tradition and the Last Paintings Executed with the Efforts of Leon, King of Kakheti
    MG/059 Edisherashvili, Eter
    G. Chubinashvili National Center of Georgian Art History and Monuments Protection, Georgia
    The Façade Sculpture of the Nadarbazevi Triple Church Basilica, (the Reconstruction of Program)
    MG/060 Gagoshidze, George
    Georgian National Museum, Georgia
    Monastery of Georgians in Ghalia (Cyprus)
    MG/061 Giorgobiani, Nino
    Georgian Academy of Theology, Georgia
    The Bolnisi Sioni Painting and its Donors: The Episcope Nikoloz and the King George XI
    MG/062 Gunia, Dea
    Youth Nongovernmental organization “time and heritage”, Georgia
    The Church of the Dormition of the Virgin at Sapara
    MG/063 Karanadze, Maia
    National Center of Manuscripts, Georgia
    One More Manuscript Adorned by Ioane Zosime
    MG/064 Kavlelashvili, Elene
    Georgian National Museum, Georgia
    Mkhemi Church Painting 
    MG/065 Kecxoveli, Mzistvala
    Georgian National Museum, Georgia
    Priest’s Orarion from Anchi
    MG/066 Mirijanashvili, Irine
    I.Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Georgia
    The Role of the Monasteries of the Marchlands of Medieval Georgia (on the Example of Hereti)
    MG/068 Patashuri, George
    Georgia
    The definition of 11th   c. Layer on the Facades of Svetitskhoveli and the Attempt its Reconstruction 
    MG/069 Shanidze, Vera
    Ministry of Culture, Monument protection and Sport of Georgia, Georgia
    The 16th-18th c Secular Architecture in Georgia, Persian Stilistic Influencies or Georgian Authenticity?

     

    Section 3. Modernism in Georgia (MIG) top

    MIG/070 Abesadze, Irine
    Sh. Rustaveli Theatre and Cinema University, Georgia
    From Georgian Modernism to Transavantgardism, a Definition of Terms
    MIG/071 Antelava, Liana,
    Tbilisi State Academy of Art, Georgia
    Continual Model of the Universal Space/Time in Georgian Paintings
    MIG/072 Buachidze, Gaston,
    de l’Académie de Bretagne et des Pays de la Loire, France
    Georgian pain tings in the context of Europe - Pirosmani, Gudiashvili, Kakabadze
    MIG/073 Chikhladze, Mzia,
    G. Chubinashvili National Center of Georgian Art History and Monuments Protection, Georgia
    Futurist Book, Tbilisi 1917-1919
    MIG/074 Khoshtaria, GiorgI
    G. Chubinashvili National Center of Georgian Art History and Monuments protection, Georgia
    Binary Opposiiton in Niko Pirosmanashvili’s Works and Modernist Art
    MIG/076 Medzmariashvili, Marine
    G. Chubinashvili National center of Georgian Art History and monuments protection, Georgia
    Pirosmani’s Art in the Framework of European Modernism
    MIG/077 Shanshiashvili, Ano
    Georgian Arts and Culture Center,
    I.
    Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Georgia
    The painting of Niko Pirosmani in the context of late 19th –early 20th c. European art
    MIG/078 Shavgulidze, Ketevan,
    Tbilisi State Academy of Art, Georgia
    The Principle of Montage in Georgian Stage Design (1920s)
    MIG/079 Tabatadze, Tea
    Tbilisi State Academy of Art, Georgia
    Towards the Definition of Certain Characteristics of Modernist Artistic Cafes – Conceptual Aspect of the Kimerioni Wall Paintings
    MIG/080 Tatarashvili, Nestan
    Freelance Scholar, Georgia
    European Cultural Heritage – The Modern Style Architecture in Georgia
    MIG/081 Tsitsishvili, Maia,
    I. Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Georgia
    From expressionism to Dada: Georgian Painting from 1910 to the 1930s (based on recent discoveries)
    MIG/082 Urushadze, Tea
    I. Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Georgia
    Peculiarity of Constructivism in Georgian Stage Design
    MIG/083 Zaalishvili, Nino
    Tbilisi State Academy of Art, Georgia
    Several Trends in Georgian Graphic Art of the 1920s and 1930s
    PANEL PRESENTATIONS
    MIG/084 Darchia, Kristine
    Tbilisi State Academy of Arts, Georgia
    The Art of Clara Kvees (The Unknown Page of Georgian Painting of 1920s)
    MIG/085 Ebanoidze, Natia
    Tbilisi State Academy of Arts, Georgia
    The Issue of Organic Form in the Art of Shalva Kikodze and Elene Akhvlediani
    MIG/086 Ghvineria, Tatia
    Tbilisi State Academy of Arts, Georgia
    The Unknown Aspect of the Art of Elene Akhvlediani (Based on The Studio Sketches of Parisian Period)
    MIG/087 Tsetskhladze, Ketevan
    Tbilisi State Academy of Arts, Georgia
    Georgian Modernism -Tradition and Contemporariness  

     

    Section 4. Conservation/Restoration;
    Subsection. Biological Deterioration in Cultural Heritage (CR)
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    CR/088 Caneva, Julia
    University Roma Tre, Italy
    Biodeterioration of Mural Paintings
    CR/089 Depassiot, Marie-Claude,
    Municipal Center of Archaeological studies and Restoration, France
    Restauration or Conservation what to choose?
    CR/090 Glanville, Helen
    Courtauld Institute of Art, England
    The Science and Philosophy of Conservation: Problems of Education, the Easel Paintings Curriculum and Western Theories and Practices
    CR/091 Gittins, Mark
    Conservazione Beni Culturali, Italy
    The science and philosophy of Conservation: problems of education, the Easel Paintings curriculum and Western Theories and Practices,
    CR/092 Gogashvili, Darejan
    National Manuscripts Center, Georgia
    Several Issues Relating to the Conservation of the Papyruses Kept in the National Centre of Manuscripts
    CR/093 Kalandadze, Nino
    Tbilisi State Academy of Art, Georgia
    The Method for Conservation of Bronze Artifacts by the Example of Findings Unearthed in Ancient Settlement of Vani
    CR/094 Kitovani, Nino
    Georgian National Museum, Georgia
    The Information Regarding the Study and Conservation Methodology on the Head icon of Ubisi Triptych
    CR/095 Kintsurashvili, Tea
    Georgian National Museum, Georgia
    Scanning Glassware from Vani by Means of Electronic Microscope-Energy Dispersive Analysis: Its X-ray-Fluorescence study, Restoration and Conservation
    CR/096 Kuprashvili, Nana
    Tbilisi State Academy of Arts, Georgia
    12th c Painting Techniques of the Main Church at Gelati Monastery
    CR/097 Lombardozzi, Valeria
    University Roma Tre, Italy
    Understanding the Etiology of Rosy Discoloration on Ancient Wall Paintings: a Molecular Approach
    CR/117 Maia Shavishvili
    Department of Preservation of the ImmovableMonument and Protected Zones Archeology, Ministry of Culture of Georgia
    General Overview of Restoration Filed in Georgia
    CR/098 Vedovello, Sabina
    Conservazione Beni Culturali, Italy
    A Shared Project
    CR/099 Warscheid, Thomas
    LBW-Bioconsult,Germany
    Biodeterioration of Mural Paintings
    CR/100 Würger, Erik
    Freelance  Scholar, Germany
    Technical methods of the foundation of churches
    PANEL PRESENTATIONS
    CR/102 Cheishvili, Guram
    Tbilisi State Academy of Art, Georgia
    The Project of the Diagnostic Studies, Rehabilitation of Architectural Structure and Conservation of Frescos of Martvili Church (7th -19thc)

    The Project of the Diagnostic Studies, Rehabilitation of Architectural Structure and Conservation of Frescos of Timotesubani Church (12th-13th c)
    CR/103 Iashvili, Tamar
    S. durmiSidze biochemical and biotechnology Institute,, Georgia
    The methods of study and prevention of microbiological deterioration

     

    Section 5. Cultural Tourism (CT) top
    CT/104 Dvalishvili, Maka
    Georgian Arts & Culture Center, Georgia
    Cultural Projects for Development
    CT/108 Doyle, Maureen; Doyle Jeffrey
    Heritance, USA
    Cultural Tourism and the OpenMuseum
    CT/105 Knut Gerber
    GTZ, Germany
    About Economic Effects in Cultural Tourism - More Chances than Risks?
    CT/106 Haskell, Betsy
    Tourism committee, American Chamber of Commerce in Georgia, USA
    Georgian tourism
    CT/107 Japaridze, Dimitri
    Department of Tourism and Resorts, Georgia
    Overview of Cultural Tourism in Georgia
    CT/109 Judy, Mary Kay
    Architectural and Cultural Heritage Conservation, USA
    Georgian Cultural Heritage as an Economic Recourse
    CT/112 Kvaratskhelia, Niko
    Tbilisi State Economic University, Georgia
    Tendences and Perspectives of Cultural Tourism Development in Georgia
    CT/113 Papathanassiou-Zuhrt, Dorothea
    University of the Aegeant; The IRIS Research Laboratory, Greece
    “The Project HERODOT: Tourism uses of the historic environment. Know-how Transfer and quality management practices at regional level.” A collaborative network to promote regional identities and cultural heritage.

    The (G)Local approach. Multilateral cooperations and local heritage Greece. The transinterpret II project in Greece
    CT/114 Shanshiashvili, Paata
    International technical assistance program of U.S. department of the Interior, Georgia
    Advancement of Georgia's Tourism Competetiveness through Building of Protected Areas Network
    CT/117 Milan Prodanovic
    University of Novi Sad, Serbia
    Dialogue of Cultures and the Clash of Civilization Agenda Related to The Issues of Educational/Cultural Tourism and Related Topics of Regional Culture and Integration of European Heritage