A Newly Discovered Bi-Apsidal Church: A Witness of the Carolingian Presence on the Island of Rab (Croatia)? [Paper No: 1227-a]
Blurring Boundaries between the Earthly and the Divine: Visual Representations of the 'Noli me tangere' in the Late Middle Ages [Paper No: 1031-b]
Bodies of Evidence: Byzantinists and the Use of Human Remains [Paper No: 1113-c]
Border inside Borders: Forms and Functions of Boundaries Related to Medieval Castles in the Rural Landscape [Paper No: 1527-a]
Borders and Society: The Late Medieval Jewish Quarter of Lorca Castle (Murcia, Spain) [Paper No: 824-b]
Borders of Intimacy in an Archaeological Perspective: Children and Their Kin in Light of Funerary Practices [Paper No: 1017-a]
Changing Borders in North Africa: From the Byzantine to the Arabian Fortifications [Paper No: 1625-c]
'Cities on edge': Complementing the History of Urbanism along the Early Medieval Mediterranean Frontiers [Paper No: 215-a]
Cohabiting with Vikings: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Human-Animal Social Spaces and Perceptions of Different Species in the Viking Age [Paper No: 1505-a]
Comparing Intestinal Parasites in Augustinian Friars and the General Population of Medieval Cambridge [Paper No: 516-b]
Cotton Roads: Crossing the Indian Ocean [Paper No: 1323-a]
Credit and the Administration of the Poors' Funds in Small Lower Rhine Cities during the Late Middle Ages [Paper No: 1040-c]
Crossing the Border to the Afterlife: Some New Insights on the Inscriptions of Medieval Stećki [Paper No: 711-b]
Daily Life and Archaeological Findings [Paper No: 109-b]
Dental Calculus as a Proxy for Oral Health in Medieval Danes [Paper No: 716-c]
Dental Calculus as a Window on Medieval Urban Religion: An Interdisciplinary Study of Leicester's Augustinian Friary [Paper No: 716-a]
Early Medieval History and the Genetic Challenge: The Aims of the HistoGenes Project [Paper No: 501-a]
Environmental Boundaries of Italy [Paper No: 1021-a]
Frontier Justice: Mapping the Borders of the Extended Mind in Early English Texts and Landscapes [Paper No: 1137-c]
Health and Healing Remedies in Medieval Leprosaria: The Contribution of Dental Calculus Analysis [Paper No: 716-b]
In the Service of Rome?: Mobility and Ethnic Interpretation of the Shield Bosses with a Star-Shaped Flange and Faceted / Fluted Bowls along the Roman Danube Frontier [Paper No: 1325-c]
Islamic Conversion?: Interrogating Religious Change to Islam from the Vantage of Archaeology [Paper No: 1335-b]
Knocking on Heaven's Door: The Promises and Threats of the Historiated Wooden Door [Paper No: 311-a]
Linked Fates: Mice and Humans in Iceland and Greenland [Paper No: 1505-b]
Living on the Edge of the Avar Empire: Archaeological Perspectives [Paper No: 601-a]
Magical Iconography: On the Borders between Ancient and Medieval Art [Paper No: 612-a]
Mapping Cultural Heritage beyond the Eye: The Case of the Crown of the Serbian King Stefan Dečanski [Paper No: 1034-c]
Navigating the Boundaries of Exhumed Bodies: The Human Remains Project [Paper No: 1001-c]
On the Border of Worlds: The Ambivalent Role of Midwives among the Early Medieval Slavs - An Archaeological Study [Paper No: 1606-a]
On the Trail of the Digital Tabula Imperii Byzantini: How Changes in the World's Cultural Heritage Become Visible [Paper No: 1234-c]
Overgrown Villages: A Stratigraphic Perspective on Deserted Medieval Villages and Their Surrounding Landscapes [Paper No: 1334-c]
Overlapping Borders: Political, Economic, and Religious Frontiers - The Case of Byzantine Liguria [Paper No: 1203-a]
Parasites in Medieval Europe: Archaeology and Texts [Paper No: 516-a]
Parasites in the Low Countries in the Medieval Period [Paper No: 516-c]
Punishment from the Grave: Islamisation and Heterodoxy in Funeral Practices in Rural Areas in the Middle Frontier of al-Andalus [Paper No: 215-c]
Shopping at the Mercatus and the Bazaar: Trade Environment along the Limes [Paper No: 725-a]
Tearing Down Borders between Disciplines in a Digital Age: Archaeological and Anthropological Data in OpenAtlas and Thanados [Paper No: 1334-b]
The (Inner) Borders of Italy during the Lombard Age: Identity and Mobility [Paper No: 1225-d]
The Administrative Structure of the Late Roman Limites according to the Notitia Dignitatum [Paper No: 1225-b]
The Early Medieval Burial in England: A Multi-Species Approach [Paper No: 1505-c]
The Northern Frontier: Lincolnshire and Yorkshire during the Reign of King Stephen, 1135-1154 [Paper No: 511-a]
The Rise and Fall of Arid Settlements at the Borders of the Late Roman Empire in the 6th-7th Centuries [Paper No: 111-a]
The Role of Kinship in the Formation of Early Medieval Communities [Paper No: 501-c]
The STAR Model for Archaeology: Mapping Conflicting Interpretations at Arpadian-Age Burial Grounds in Austria [Paper No: 1707-c]
Visualising the Dead: A New Look at Medieval Cemeteries and Their Relations by Means of Digital Tools [Paper No: 1334-a]
Was the Island of Hormuz a Port State?: The Kingdom of Hormuz under Mongol Rule [Paper No: 234-a]
What Happened When Roman Frontiers Collapsed: The Lower Danube Limes Zone in the 7th to 8th Centuries [Paper No: 1325-a]
'When is a pig not a pig? When it's a pig': Rethinking Animal Categorisation in Medieval Iceland and Scandinavia [Paper No: 1705-c]