Category: GIAP Seminars

Last 2022 GIAP Seminar: ‘Model-based Mediterraneans’

Join us in the last 2022 GIAP Seminar! May 26th 2022, 18-19h CET ‘Model-based Mediterraneans’ Prof. Andrew BevanProfessor of Spatial and Comparative Archaeology, University College London (UCL, UK) Keywords: Computational models, spatial analysis, material culture, Mediterranean archaeology, human settlement, landscape ecology Access the webinar here: https://bit.ly/JoinGIAPseminarNo registration required. Hosted in Microsoft Teams (no Microsoft/Teams account…
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Next GIAP Seminar : ‘Continuities and Innovations in Agriculture and Plant Processing in NW Mediterranean during the 1st millennium BC’

Join us in the third 2022 GIAP Seminar! April 28th 2022, 18-19h CET ‘Continuities and Innovations in Agriculture and Plant Processing in NW Mediterranean during the 1st millennium BC’ Prof. Natalia Alonso MartínezProfessor of Prehistory at University of Lleida Keywords: Agriculture, Archaeobotany, Iron Age, Iberian Culture, Technological innovations Access the webinar here: https://bit.ly/JoinGIAPseminarNo registration required.…
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Next GIAP Seminar : ‘Contextualizing conflict spaces in Julius Caesar’s civil war using connectivity analysis’

Join us in the second 2022 GIAP Seminar! March 23rd 18-19h CET Beyond the battlefield: contextualizing conflict spaces in Julius Caesar’s civil war using connectivity analysis Dr. Xavier Rubio-CampilloGroup leader at DIDPATRI (Universitat de Barcelona) / Ramón y Cajal Fellow / Honorary Fellow at the University of Edinburgh Access the webinar here: https://bit.ly/JoinGIAPseminarNo registration required. Hosted in Microsoft…
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Next GIAP Seminar: ‘The Inner Ionian Archipelago research: towards a hybrid island archaeology’

Join us in the first 2022 GIAP Seminar! February 24th 18-19h CET The Inner Ionian Archipelago research: towards a hybrid island archaeology Prof. Nena GalanidouProfessor of Prehistoric Archaeology at University of Crete Keywords: Ionian Sea; Island archaeology; Palaeolithic; Landscape Archaeology; Continental Shelf Prehistoric Research; Intensive surface survey; Early Seafaring; Neanderthals; Karstic landscapes Access the webinar…
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Save the date: the GIAP Seminars are coming back!

After a very successful first series in 2021, the GIAP Seminars come back for a 2nd year! SAVE THE DATE First webinar: February 24th 18h CETSpeaker: Prof. Nena GalanidouProfessor of Prehistoric Archaeology at University of Crete More information coming very soon! Learn more about GIAP Seminars and last year’s series: https://giap.icac.cat/seminars

The many wonders of the Kambos: revisiting the cultural landscapes of western Thessaly, central Greece

The next webinar of the GIAP ‘Recent Advances in the Study of the Ancient Mediterranean’ series is tomorrow, 19th of May, at 18.00CET. The presenter will be Dr Nancy Krahtopoulou (Ephorate of Antiquities of Karditsa – Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Sports, Greece) and she will be talking on the cultural landscapes of western Thessaly, in…
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GIAP Webinar: ‘A view to the sea’ with Dr. Jane Rempel

On the 17th of March GIAP is hosting the second talk of the webinar series ‘Recent Advances in the Study of the Ancient Mediterranean’ to be delivered by Dr Jane Rempel (University of Sheffield, UK). Dr Rempel’s talk examines the late Classical/early Hellenistic monumental burial traditions from Sinope and Amisos on the south coast of the…
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Launching the new GIAP webinar series with Dr. Veronica Aniceti

GIAP’s new webinar series ‘Recent Advances in the Study of the Ancient Mediterranean’ is hosting Dr Veronica Aniceti on the 24th of February at 18:00 (CET). Dr Aniceti will be talking about ‘Animals and their roles in the medieval society of Sicily‘. You can join the talk here: https://teams.microsoft.com/l/meetup-join/19%3ameeting_NTRhOGEwZmItNmE2NS00OTk3LWE5ZDctYmZiYjgxNmY2MzI3%40thread.v2/0?context=%7b%22Tid%22%3a%22eb2b7ec4-04ec-4a5a-9ee3-d87fa14c34a3%22%2c%22Oid%22%3a%2210757a50-8e76-431d-8481-84f0a94efc2d%22%7d Here is a taster of what…
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