Tag: anthracology

From the Cadastre to the charcoal kilns: an interdisciplinary study for the history of the Montieri’s territory 

Today, Valentina Pescini presents at the conference Catasti Storici 2022 in Pisa, Italy, which takes place on 9 & 10th June 2022. From the Cadastre to the charcoal kilns: an interdisciplinary study for the history of the Montieri’s territory (GR-Italy) between the 18th and 19th centuries. Pescini Valentina – Catalan Institute of Classical Archaeology (ICAC).…
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Stories from the wells: how the Roman wells of Guissona can shed new light on life in the past

Picture of the 2017 well in the Roman city of Iesso, outside the city wall. Picture courtesy of the Classical Archaeology team at UAB. Excavations in the Roman municipium of Iesso began more than thirty years ago as part of a research project led by the Classical Archeology team of the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB) and directed by Josep Guitart and Joaquim…
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Mediterranean polyculture revisited: a re-examination of prehistoric cereals, grape and olive

Tomorrow, 16th November 2021, GIAP-ICAC researcher Alexandra Livarda will present her latest multidisciplinary research at the workshop “Society and Environment in Bronze Age Crete. Recent Geoarchaeological Researches”. Organised by ArScAn / École française d’Athènes / L.G.P (UMR 8591). Session 2: Plant resources and landscapes (10.40h CET) Mediterranean polyculture revisited: a re-examination of prehistoric cereals, grape…
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Valentina Pescini & Toby Wilkinson join GIAP!

We keep growing! This week, on the 1st of December, Valentina Pescini and Toby C. Wilkinson joined the GIAP research team. Valentina as a Juan de la Cierva postdoctoral researcher and Toby as a Marie Skłodowska Curie Research Fellow. Here is a little bit of information on our new members and their projects on transhumant pastoralism in…
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