Anna P. Judson, who recently finished her Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow at the BSA, reports on her experimental work in the Fitch Laboratory into how the Linear B tablets from Late Bronze Age Pylos were made.
Fitch Laboratory Bursary holder (2019-20) Sergios Meleaou, explores ceramic technology and Aegean interactions at prehistoric Samos, East Aegean.
Earlier this year the BSA hosted a half day international symposium titled “Distant Seas, connected worlds: Tintagel, Britain and Greece in Late Antiquity”. In this blog post Jacky Nowakowski (Project Director TCARP) and Win Scutt (English Heritage) share their experience of the event and their time at the BSA.
The British School at Athens is pleased to extend a warm invitation to an event on Wednesday 22nd January.
Applications for this year’s ‘Glass in the Mediterranean and the Near East’ course are now open. Information on the course and the application form can be found here. The closing […]
This year’s Fitch Laboratory annual lecture was given by Professor Glynis Jones (University of Sheffield and Member of the Fitch Laboratory Sub-commitee). It was titled: “The origin and spread of agriculture: what do the plants have to say?”