The BSA hosted a 3-day international workshop “Craftspeople mobility in archaeological, historical and ethnographic record – a comparative perspective from the Aegean”
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?”
We are pleased to announce the most recent publication by members of the fitch: “Exploring Diversity in Household Pottery Traditions in Crusader Greece: a Case Study from the City of Thebes, Boeotia”.
Maria Duggan has just joined the Fitch Laboratory to undertake research on the project ‘Tintagel: Trans-European Connections in the Post-Roman World’.
New article on Late Hellenistic colour-coated pottery by members of the Fitch.
Efthymia Nikita’s new project, ‘People in Motion’, aims to investigate human mobility in the Mediterranean during the Byzantine period.