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Wednesday, 1st December
Welcome of participants and registration Introduction
Lavandier M. (Director of the C2RMF) and Menu M. (Head of the research department) Address to the workshop participants Presentation of the ArBoCo ANR programme (LC2RMF, Paris) Opening lecture
14:30-15:15 Steve
Atomic Disorder in Bone Mineral: Formation Processes and Diagenesis

Diagenesis and taphonomy (chair. S. Weiner)
New insights into early diagenesis. Study of archaeological bone samples from today to the Neolithic period de Lima Guimaraes S., Fernandez-Jalvo Y. Correlating various taphonomic parameters and DNA preservation during early bone diagenesis Coffee break and poster session 16:20-16:40 Hoke N., Grigat A., Martin C., Pankratz C., Grupe G. Investigating early diagenesis: The qualitative preservation of collagen in bones after short interment periods Study of heavy metal accumulation in medieval bone versus microbial alteration Diagenesis and the radiocarbon dating of biological apatites An interim investigation of the potential of FTIR for the dating of cultural objects in ivory Lebon M., Bellot-Gurlet L., Paris C., Müller K., Reiche I. Study of diagenetic processes of Palaeolithic bones: Application of micro-Infrared and Raman spectroscopy Thursday, 2nd December

Conservation-restoration (chair. I. Reiche)
Bignon-Lau O. and Christensen M. From open air fieldworks to archaeozoological and technological analyses: strategies, methods and techniques in bone treatment. The case of some Upper Palaeolithic sites of Paris basin. Preparation of Pleistocene human bones with ultrasonic scaler: the case of the mandible ATD6-112 from Atapuerca (Spain) La conservation des gravures préhistoriques, le cas de spatules en os de la grotte de Pekárna (Moravie, République tchèques) Preliminary experiments to consolidate degraded archaeological bone with azelaic acid Guilminot E., Lemoine G., Poisson L., Surbled M. La conservation des os gras : recherche d’un traitement de dégraissage
Invited lecture

Randall White
La construction des parures aurignaciennes : analyses technologiques, sociales et

Manufacture, use wear and mechanical properties
(chair. S. O’Connor)
Etude tracéologique de la perforation, application aux perles archéologiques L’articulation entre l’aérien et l’enterré Buffet and poster session 14:00-14:20 Gourrier Heating bone for the fabrication of tools in prehistoric times: advantage or disadvantage? Tate J., Reiche I., Pinzari F., Clark J., Caldwell D. Investigating the condition and history of the Lewis Chessmen
Round table discussion

Scientific questions and perspectives on ancient bone materials research

Coffee break and poster session

Identification and differentiation (chair. R. White)
Collins M., Koon H., Kirkpatrick M., Hiller J., Jones A., van Doorn N., Buckley M., Wadsley M., Wilson J., Thomas-Oates J. Zooarchaeology by Mass Spectrometry: bone (and scale) identification using collagen fingerprints Species, sex and kinship identification through ancient DNA analyses Galera R., Reiche I., Troalen L., and Tate J. Ivory characterization by FT-IR spectroscopy in attenuated total reflection (ATR) and specular reflection modes 17:30-17:45 Vercoutère C., Müller K., Chiotti L., Nespoulet R. and Reiche I. Rectangular beads from the Final Gravettian level of the Abri Pataud (Dordogne): raw material identification and its archaeological implications Objects made of marine mammal bones in the Pyrenean Magdalenian: identification by means of micro- PIXE/PIGE analysis and archaeological implications Optional diner (at participants’ expenses at Le Mesturet restaurant, Paris) Friday, 3rd December

Methods and case studies (chair. M. Collins)
Lorenzo C., Gómez-Merino G., Aspona J., Bermúdez de Castro J.M., Carbonell, E. Three-dimensional reconstruction of a lower Pleistocene hominid from Sierra de Atapuerca (Burgos, Spain): an integration of digital and artisan methods Stable isotope analysis (δ13C, δ15N) of old bone collections. A case study on La Pollera cave (Liguria, Italy) Large D., Müller K., Chadefaux C., Reiche I. Les défenses d’éléphant archéologiques de Jincha (Sichuan, Chine): Premiers résultats sur l'étude de l'état de conservation Les ivoires d’Arslan Tash (Syrie) d’après une étude de la collection du Musée du Louvre : mise en œuvre du matériau, polychromie, état de conservation
Round table discussion

Prospects for future collaborations and closing remarks
Free optional visits (C2RMF lab, restoration workshops and Department of Oriental antiquities of the Louvre museum) for up to 15 persons per visit


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