Landscape Archaeology Research Group (GIAP)

Unraveling the past through our footprint on the landscape

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Latest publications:

Apostolou, G.,  Venieri, K.,  Mayoral, A.,  Dimaki, S.,  Garcia-Molsosa, A.,  Georgiadis, M., &  Orengo, H. A.(2024).  Integrating legacy survey data into GIS-based analysis: The rediscovery of the archaeological landscapes in Grevena (Western Macedonia, Greece). Archaeological Prospection,  1–16. https://doi.org/10.1002/arp.1926

Diffey C, Emberling G, Bogaard A, Charles M. “Cropping the Margins”: New Evidence for Urban Agriculture at Mid-3rd Millenium B.C.E. Tell Brak, Syria. Iraq. 2024:1-28. doi:10.1017/irq.2023.3

Mayoral, A., Ejarque, A., Garcia-Molsosa, A.Georgiadis, M.Apostolou, G., Gaertner, V., Kallintzi, C., Kefalidou, E., Orengo, H. A city against the current: A reconstruction of Holocene sea-level changes and the evolution of coastal landscapes in ancient Abdera (Thrace, Gr.), CATENA, Volume 235, 2024, 107638, ISSN 0341-8162, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.catena.2023.107638.

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Two New Open Access publications on archaeobotany and organic residue analysis applied to Roman material

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Prominent representation of GIAP in the LAC 2024 Conference!

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Exploring food plants in the Roman Germania provinces: sharing our first results at the Treffen der Arbeitsgruppe Archäobotanik conference

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