13.30-13.50 – Laerke Recht, ‘Asses were buried with him’: Equids as markers of sacred space in the second and third millennia in the Eastern Mediterranean"
13.50-14.10 - Christine Winkelmann, Places of ritual activity in pre-Bronze Age Cyprus
14.10-14.30 – Nicola Scheyhing, "Fossilizing the Holy, Betylism in Near Eastern and Aegean Prehistory"
14.30-14.50 - Daniel Viktor Takács, "The Gebelein speos of Hathor"
14.50-15.10 - Maciej Grzelczyk, "The Rock Art Shelters of the Kondoa region in Tanzania - the correlations between the location and rock paintings"
15.10 - 15.20 - DISCUSSION
15.20-16.10 – LUNCH BREAK
16.10-16.30 - Kasper Hanus, Wojciech Ostrowski,"The tale of three cities. Spatial configuration of early Khmer cities, as seen using satellite imaginary vs. the Hindu cosmology"
16.30-16.50 – Imke Westhausen, “Older Iron Age depositions – the relation between site and material”
16.50-17.10 – Adriana Ciesielska, "Modern Power Concepts and the Sacral Space"
17.10-17.30 - Kamil Kajkowski, "Water in pagan beliefs of early medieval Pomeranians"
17.30-17.50 - Kamil Kajkowski, Paweł Szczepanik, "Pomeranian cult places in the early medieval times. From open-sky sanctuaries to the "temples". Evolution or transformation. An outline"
17.50-18.10- COFFEE BREAK
18.10-18.30 - Kamil Rabiega, "Boat burials as a determinant of identity in Scandinavia in the first millennium"
18.30-18.50 - Bożena Józefów-Czerwińska, "Local sacred places in relations from respondents, from Nadbuże (according to ethnographic field research)"
18.50-19.10 – Judyta Bąk, Katarzyna Zdeb, "Selected suicide burials from the region of Lower Silesia in the light of the analysis of archaeological and ethnographic"