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The Association of Historical Studies KORYVANTES is exceptionally honored to announce it's succesfull participation in the 3rd Interdisciplinary Conference of the Pultusk Academy of Humanities / Poland entitled «Thinking Symbols». The Conference (June 30 – July 2 , 2015) was adorned with the participation of distinguished academics and researchers from all around Europe and was held in the Conference Center of the Department of Anthropology and Archaeology of the Academy.Association KORYVANTES was represented at the Conference under three (3) studies of it’s members Mr Richard Vallance Janke, Mrs Christy Emilio Ioannidou and Mr Spyros Bakas.http://koryvantesstudies.org/

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  • Department of Archaeology and AnthropologyPutusk Academy of Humanities

    Third Interdisciplinary Conference: Thinking Symbols

    Putusk 30 June-2 July 2015Abstracts of Papers

    Edited by Joanna Popielska-Grzybowska

    Jadwiga Iwaszczuk

  • Edited by Joanna Popielska-Grzybowska, Jadwiga IwaszczukProofreading in English by Joanna Popielska-Grzybowska, Maria F. Szymaska

    DTP by Jadwiga IwaszczukCover design by Jakub Affelski

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    by Putusk Academy of Humanities

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  • Preface

    The Third Interdisciplinary Conference: Thinking Symbols will be held from 30th June to 2nd July, 2015 at the Pultusk Academy of Humanities in Pultusk in Poland. The meeting is intended to be a scholarly discussion concerned with various approaches to studies concerned with widely understood symbols in all its aspects and forms, including papers of ancient as well as contemporary times. We will welcome scholars of various specialities, archaeologists, historians, cultural anthropologists, art historians and artists, philosophers, ethnographers, linguists, philologists, sociologists, psychologist, cultural studies scholar, political scientist, scholars studying the issue in its broad sense.

    The conference is planned as the third in the series of interdisciplinary conferences at the Putusk Academy of Humanities. The First Interdisciplinary Conference: Seeking Origins and Manifestations of Religion took place in June 00, the Second Interdisciplinary Conference: Disasters, Catastrophes and the Ends of the World in Sources was held in June 0.

    This booklet is a collection of abstracts received for the Third Interdisciplinary Conference: Thinking Symbols. The abstracts have been given limited editing for grammar and spelling as well as consistency of format. In most cases it proved impossible to consult the authors about the changes and the editors are responsible for textual errors or omissions.

    We are deeply indebted to Rector Magnificus, Professor Adam Koseski, for rendering the Putusk Academy of Humanities accessible for the conference and for his inestimable support.

    We are especially grateful to the Academy Bursar, Ms. Agnieszka Bakiewicz and the Administration Director, Mr. Bogdan Mroziewicz, for their support and assistance.

    Moreover, we want to thank the Head of the Academy Hostel, Ms. Anna Brzeziska and the heads and employees of the Academy bar as well as our students for their inestimable help.

    Joanna Popielska-GrzybowskaBoena Jzefw-Czerwiska

    Wadysaw DuczkoMaria F. Szymaska

    Jadwiga IwaszczukPutusk, 15th June 2015

    Scientific Committee

    Maria Helena Trindade LopesJos das Candeias Montes Sales

    James CogswellTeresa DobrzyskaWadysaw Duczko

    sds EgilsdttirEva Katarina GlazerJadwiga Iwaszczuk

    Boena Jzefw-CzerwiskaJolanta Karbowniczek

    Dorota KulczyckaAdam ukaszewicz

    Joanna Popielska-GrzybowskaIna Shved

    Maria F. Szymaska

  • Third Interdisciplinary Conference: Thinking Symbols

    Putusk Academy of Humanities, PolandPutusk, 30 June-2 July 2015


    Tuesday, 30th June 2015Putusk Academy of Humanities17, Daszynskiego st.

    8.00-9.00 breakfast8.00-9.00 registration9.00 Conference InaugurationHis Magnificence Rector of the Putusk Academy of Humanities Professor dr. Adam Koseski and dr. Joanna Popielska-Grzybowska, dr. Boena Jzefw-Czerwiska, professor dr. Wadysaw Duczko and dr. Maria F. Szymaska.

    Opening Session9.30-10.15 Maria Helena Trindade Lopes (Lisbon, Portugal), Ramesses II and the Art of Narrating History10.15-10.45 Jos das Candeias Montes Sales (Lisbon, Portugal), The Ritual Scenes of Smiting the Enemies in the Pylons of the Egyptian Temples: Symbolism and Functions0.5-.0 James Cogswell (Michigan, United States of America), Cosmogonic Tattoos: Epistemic Limits and the Will to Adorn11.30-12.00 Sebastian Szymaski (Poland) Music as a Symbol of Communication

    .00-.5 Coffee Break

    Opening Session (continuation)12.15-12.45 Ina Shved (Brest, Belarus), The Symbolism of Loaf in the Belarusian Wedding Ceremony.5-.5 Jolanta Karbowniczek (Cracow, Poland), The Stimulation and Multi-intelligent Principle of Students Functioning in the Educational Process Exemplification in Practice

    13.15-13.45 Maria F. Szymaska (Putusk/Cracow, Poland), Word the Storage of Meanings in Building Communicative Thinking. Exemplary Pedagogical Context

    13.45-15.15 Lunch break, Putusk Town Hall

    15.15-15.40 Adam ukaszewicz (Warsaw, Poland), Christian Symbols in Pagan Context: from the Milvian Bridge to the Tomb of Memnon (KV 9)15.40- 16.05 Ronaldo G. Gurgel Pereira (Lisbon, Portugal/Brazil), Sounds Full of Power or a Mere Noise of Words? The Importance of Speech in the Hermetic Literature en face the Book of Thoth16.05-16.30 Joanna Popielska-Grzybowska (Putusk, Poland), Federica Manfredi (Rome, Italy), The Body of the Pharaoh in the Pyramid Texts as Symbol?16.30-16.55 Susana Moser (Trieste, Italy), Old Signs, New Hieroglyphs. How Symbols Become a Language

    16.55-17.10 Coffee Break

    17.10-17.35 sds Egilsdttir (Reykjavik, Iceland), Serpents and Dragons17.35-18.00 Wadysaw Duczko (Putusk, Poland), Spirals the Most Ancient and the Most Potent Symbols18.00-18.25 Boena Jzefw-Czerwiska (Putusk, Poland), Symbol or Metonimical-magical Connotations? Beliefs in Polish Traditional Culture18.25-18.50 Jacek Jan Pawlik (Olsztyn, Poland) Turning into Symbol. Head of State as a Political Icon during the Dictatorial Regime in Togo, 1967-2005

    19.00 Reception Caf, Putusk Academy of Humanities, 17, Daszyskiego st.21.00 Party, Polonia House. Karolina Ambroziak sings Portugalskie tangoGondola ride

  • 5Wednesday, 1st July 2015Putusk Academy of Humanities17, Daszynskiego st.

    8.00-9.00 breakfast

    Section A, Auditorium Maximum9.00-9.25 Guilherme Borges Pires (Lisbon, Portugal), Aquatic Symbolism in Ancient Egypt: a Complex Issue9.25-9.50 Brbara Botelho Rodrigues (Lisbon, Portugal), Osiris One Deity, One Deity, One Deity, Many Symbols9.50-10.15 Marcus Vinicius Carvalho Pinto (Lisbon, Portugal/Brazil), Seeing the Unseen: The Matter of Union in Middle Kingdom10.15-10.40 Ana Alexandra Fraga Vieira Fraga (Lisbon, Portugal), For All Eternity: Existence in the sx.t-jArw (Field of Rushes)10.40-11.05 Jessica Alexandra Monteiro Santos (Lisbon, Portugal), Amulets and Apotropaic Objects: Childrens Protection Symbols in Ancient Egypt11.05-11.30 Piotr Czerkwiski (Warsaw, Poland), Symbolic Burials from the Temple of Thutmose IIIs in Deir el-Bahari. But Are They Really Symbolic?

    Section B, Green Chamber9.00-9.25 Tomasz Gralak (Wrocaw, Poland), Symbols or visualisations. Genesis of Scythian Animal Style9.25-9.50 Pawe F. Nowakowski (Cracow, Poland), The Symbols of the Spiritual Warfare in the Writings of the Hussite Thinkers9.50-10.15 Eithan Orkibi (Samaria, Israel), Abusing the Emblems of the Republic: Jamming National Symbols in French Political Dissent10.15-10.40 Tomasz Szajewski (Warsaw/Putusk, Poland), Symbolism of Commanding Attributes in Polish Army at 17th18th Centuriesth Centuriesth Centuries

    .0-.50 coffee break

    .50-.5 Sightseeing

    .0-5.0 lunch break

    Section A, Auditorium Maximum5.0-5.55 Eva Katarina Glazer (Zagreb, Croatia), Betyls Symbols of Gods and Deities in the Ancient Near East15.55-16.20 Richard Vallance Janke (Ottawa, Canada), The Role of Supersyllabograms in Mycenaean Linear B

    16.20-16.45 Pantelis Komninos (Thessaloniki, Greece), Symbols and Landscape Iconography on Aegean LBA Mural Depictions16.45-17.10 Spyridon Bakas (Athens, Greece), Psychological Warfare in Greek Bronze Age. Mycenaean Panoplies and Weapons as Symbols of Power and Divinity17.10-17.35 Christy Emilio Ioannidou (Athens, Greece) Negative Verbal Symbols in Ancient Greek Warfare

    Section B, Green Chamber 15.30-15.55 Teresa Dobrzyska (Warsaw, Poland), Lutes on the Willows, Harps on the Poplars. The Dilemmas Involved in Translation of Psalm 137 (read by JPG)15.55-16.20 Adriana Teodorescu (Trgu-Mure Romania), Representations of Symbolic Immortality in The Book Thief Novel16.20-16.45 Aleksandra Rycka (Lublin, Poland), The Visualisation of Suffering in Polish Gothic Painting16.45-17.10 Ivan Badanjak (Zagreb, Croatia), Codex Gigas as a Symbol of the Occult17.10-17.35 Olga Konstantinova (Putusk, Poland/Ukraine), Stanisaw Lems Pseudoterms Translated into Russian: A Comparative Analysis of Connotations

    17.35-17.50 Coffee break

    Section A, Auditorium Maximum17.50-18.15 Marta Fitua (Noto, Italy), Occhio e Malocchio. Eye Symbol from the Neolithic Material Culture to the Modern Magical Practice in Sicily18.15-18.40 Hanna Rubinkowska-Anio (Warsaw, Poland), Imperial Clothes as a Symbol of Change the Case of Haile Sillasie I and 20th-century Ethiopia18.40-19.05 Edyta ubiska (Cracow, Poland), Symbolism of African Funeral Rituals (Case of the Mbomou Zande People from the Central African Republic)

    Section B, Green Hall17.50-18.15 Dorota Kulczycka (Zielona Gra, Poland), Archetypes and symbols in the Films of M. Night Shyalaman18.15-18.40 Magorzata Okupnik (Pozna, Poland), Symbols of Death, Dying and Mourning in the Polish Art Cinema18.40-19.05 Lidia Ambroziak (Putusk, Poland), Mind Maps as a Symbol of Mmodern Education Methods19.05-19.30 Anna Hamling (New Brunswick, Canada), An Introduction to the Historical and Artistic Significance of Two Religious Icons

  • 6Thursday, 2nd July 2015Pultusk Academy of Humanities17, Daszynskiego st.

    8.00-9.00 breakfast

    Auditorium Maximum9.00-9.25 Paulina Stachowicz (Warsaw, Poland), Symbols on Roman urns 9.25-9.50 Aleksandr Farutin (St. Petersburg/Putusk, Russia/Poland), Crucifixion: E

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