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PAPAYIANNIS Katerina

Souris, micromammifères, Mer Egéenne, Grèce, Age du Bronze, Néolithique, Géométrie Morphometrique


Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle
UMR 7209 du CNRS
Archéozoologie, Archéobotanique : sociétés, pratiques et environnements
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55 rue Buffon
75005 Paris (France)
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katerinapapayiannis@gmail.com




Statut
Post-doctorant (LabEx BCDiv)

Principales fonctions
Archéozoologue, spécialiste des micromammifères et de la Géométrie Morphométrique

Thèmes de recherche
My research focuses on the identification, taxonomy and interpretation of the small mammal skeletal remains from archaeological sites in continental and insular Greece, dating between the Early Neolithic and the Late Bronze Age. I am interested in the biodiversity and ecology of small mammals in the past, in issues of their skeletal preservation and taphonomy, the interaction of small mammals and humans, the history of small mammal commensalism and the impact of anthropization in the small mammal habitat. I have excavated in various archaeological sites across Greece and Cyprus (Avgi-N.Greece, Drakaina and Oiniades-W.Greece, Kantou-Koufovounos-Cyprus) and I have also pursued water floatation and heavy residue sorting as a small mammal specialist. My doctoral research was about the microfauna from Bronze Age proto-urban towns on Crete (Mochlos, Chania) and Santorini (Akrotiri) and its implications on the Aegean paleoenvironment, the natural habitats of the islands as well as the impact on the daily life of the inhabitants of these towns. For my post-doctoral project in the UMR 7209 (MOUSETRACK) I focus on the dispersal of the house mouse from the Fertile Crescent towards the Aegean and the Balkans and I explore the Neolithic migration paths towards this part of Europe using the house mouse as a bioproxy. The Neolithisation process, which affected the south Balkan Peninsula, is a complicated phenomenon and the dating of the earliest house mouse introduction to this area will help us uncover the origins of the populations, who transported it. I pursue my analysis using Geometric Morphometrics on the molar shape combined with Generalised Procrustes Analysis and Biostatistics.

Travaux en cours
MOUSETRACK projet post-doctoral, financé sur des crédits du Labex BCDiv, sous la direction de Dr T. Cucchi

Parcours
• Janvier 2006 - Décembre 2011 : Doctorat en archéozoologie et préhistoire, Département d’Histoire et Archéologie, Université d’Athènes, Grèce.
(Titre de la thèse : L’étude de la microfaune et sa contribution à la compréhension de l’environnement de l’Egée préhistorique : les cas d’Akrotiri àThera, Mochlos et Chania minoen en Crète).
• Septembre 2004 – Aout 2005 : Master (MPhil) en Sciences de l’Archéologie (Archaeological Science), Département d’Archéologie et d’Anthropologie, Université de Cambridge, Angleterre.
• Septembre 1998 – Juin 2003 : Maîtrise en Histoire et Archéologie, Département d’Histoire et d’Archéologie, Université d’Athènes, Grèce.

Postes
• 15/09/2014 - 31/05/2015 : Wiener Laboratory Faunal Fellowship, American School of Classical Studies at Athens : The evolution of commensalism in mainland Greece during the Neolithic period.
• 31/10/2012 - 01/11/2013 : Bourse postdoctorale de la Mairie de Paris, UMR 7209 du CNRS : AASPE, MNHN, Paris, France.
• Juin – Septembre 2012 : CDD en archéologie de terrain, Département des Antiquités du Pirée, Ministère de la Culture de Grèce.
• 15/09/2008 - 31/05/2009 : Doreen Spitzer Fellowship, American School of Classical Studies at Athens : The microfauna from the Minoan Settlement of Mochlos.
• 15/09/2007 - 31/05/2008 : Wiener Laboratory Faunal Fellowship, American School of Classical Studies at Athens : The microfauna from Theopetra Cave in Thessaly.
• Juin-Juillet 2006, Juin-Juillet 2007, Juin-Juillet 2008 : CDD en archéologie de terrain, Département des Antiquités de l’Edessa, Ministère de la Culture de Grèce.

Principales publications
Papayianni K. 2016. The microfauna from the Greek-Swedish excavations, in Hallager, E. and Hallager, B. P. (eds.), The Greek-Swedish excavations at Hagia Aikaterini square in Kasteli, Khania : 1970-1987, 2001, 2005 and 2008. Vol. V1 : The Late Minoan IIIA : 1 and II settlements. Skrifter Utgivna av Svenska Institutet i Athen, 4o, XLVII : V1, Stockholm 2016.
• Doukas, C.S, Papayianni K. 2016. Small mammals in the Plio/Pleistocene sediments of Greece, in Harvati, K. and Roksandic, M. (eds), Palaeoanthropology of the Balkans and Anatolia : Human evolution and its context. Vertebrate Palaeoanthropology and Palaeobiology series, Springer : Dordrecht, 291-302.
• Mavridis, F., Kormazopoulou, L., Papadea, A., Apostolikas, O., Daishuke, Y., Tankosic, Z., Kotzamani, G., Trantalidou, K., Karkanas, P., Maniatis, G., Papagianni, K. and Lambropoulos, D. 2013. Anonymous Cave of Schisto at Keratsini, Attika : a preliminary report on a diachronic cave occupation from the Pleistocene/Holocene transition to the Byzantine times, in Mavridis, F. and Jensen, J.T. (eds.), Stable places and changing perceptions : cave archaeology in Greece, BAR International series 2558, 248-284.
Papayiannis, K. 2012. The micromammals of Minoan Crete : Human intervention in the ecosystem of the island. In Iliopoulos, G. Meyer, C., Frey, E. Buffetaut, E, Liston, J., Osi, A. (eds.), Proceedings of the 9th European Vertebrate Palaeontology Association Meeting, Herakleion 2011, Paleobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironments (2012) 92 : 239-248.
Papayianni, K. and Cucchi, T. in press. The microfauna from Alepotrypa Cave, In Papathanasiou, A., Parkinson, W., Pullen, D., Galaty, M. and Karkanas P. (eds.), Neolithic Alepotrypa Cave in the Mani, Greece. Oxbow books.
Papayiannis, K., in press. The microvertebrate fauna from the Neopalatial settlement, in Soles, J. S. (ed.), Mochlos IV : the Neopalatial Settlement, INSTAP Academic Press.
Papayianni, Κ., in press. The microenvironment of urban spaces of the Late Bronze Age : the microfauna from Late Cycladic I Akrotiri, Thera (in Greek), in Doumas, C. (ed.), Akrotiri, Thera : 40 years of research (1967-2007), 15-16 December 2007, Athens.
Papayianni, K., van den Hoek Ostende, L., in press. The microvertebrates of Theopetra Cave : the Neolithic phase, in Kyparissi, N. (ed.), Theopetra Cave in Kalambaka, Thessaly : the Neolithic layers.
• Trantalidou, K. Lazaridis, G. Trimmis, K., Gerometta, K., Milidaki, V., Papadea, A., Zikidi, C., Kotzamani, G., Papagianni, K., Maniatis, G., Stefanou, P. in press. Consumed by the darkness : the archaeological assemblages uncovered during the 2011 excavation season at the Katafygadi Cave on Kythera Island.
Papayianni, K., in press. Reconstructing a lost microenvironment : micromammals from Bronze Age Akrotiri, Greece. Paper presented at the International Congress on Archaeological Sciences in the Eastern Mediterranean and the Near East, 29th April – 1st May 2010, Paphos, Cyprus.