Mediterranean Archaeology seminars
The Archaeology research seminars take place weekly on Thursdays at 18.00 and are open to all.
The Mediterranean Archaeology seminars provide an opportunity for discussion of current research developments on a range of Mediterranean archaeological themes from diverse chronological and geographical areas.
The talks are free and open to all.
Time and location
Unless otherwise stated, the seminars are 1-2pm in G.16 Doorway 4, Old Medical School, Teviot Place.
|Monday 23 Sept||
Manuel Fernandez-Götz (Edinburgh)
'Elite graves, hillforts and much more: New research in the Pozega Valley (Croatia)'
|Monday 30 Sept||Guillaume Robin (Edinburgh)||'Neolithic rock-cut tombs and settlements in Sardinia (Italy): Surveys and excavations 2017-2019'|
|Monday 7 Oct||
Xavier Rubio-Campillo (Edinburgh)
'Connectivity and territory in Caesar’s Civil War: The case of Puig Ciutat (Spain)'
|'Monday 14 Oct||
Gianluca Foschi (Newcastle)
'The basilica of Sant’Apollinare in Classe and scientific knowledge in the Late Antique Mediterranean'
|Monday 21 Oct||
Ulf-Dietrich Schoop (Edinburgh)
|'Girls, ghosts and wandering cows at Camlibel Tarlasi. New research into the 4th Millennium BC in Central Anatolia (Turkey)'|
|Monday 28 Oct||
Andrew Dufton (Edinburgh)
|'Mapping the city and environs of Acholla (Tunisia)'|
|Monday 4 Nov||
Louise Blanke (Edinburgh)
|'Beyond the shadows of the monuments: Excavating daily life and urban infrastructure at Jerash (Jordan)'|
|Monday 11 Nov||
John Bintliff (Leiden)
|'Towards the unknown region: Work, place, folk. Creating a new synthesis for archaeology'|
|Monday 18 Nov||
Joanne Rowland (Edinburgh)
'Reconsidering the first village in North Africa – the Neolithic settlement of Merimde Beni Salama (Egypt)’
|Monday 25 Nov||Jim Crow (Edinburgh)||'Kastro Apalirou and Byzantine Naxos (Greece): The ‘downstairs’ view'|
If you have any questions or would like further information, please contact the organisers.
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