It is with great sadness that the BSA recently learned that Dr Richard Payne, a former BSA Student and Council member, was one of eight mountaineers killed while attempting to […]
Thrapsano 11 to 14 July 2019. A four-day series of cultural events on Cretan pottery recently concluded successfully.
Four-year research programme ends uncovering the sophisticated architectural remains of an advanced civilisation
The BSA is delighted to announce an upcoming conference on Popular Music of the Greek World, which will take place at the BSA on Friday and Saturday, 17-18 May 2019.
In the winter of 2018 I spent six weeks at the Fitch Laboratory analysing Late Geometric to Archaic pottery from the Sanctuary of Artemis Hemera, in Arcadian Lousoi.
A database of c. 10 000 loom weights and spindle whorls from across the north Mediterranean can bring much knowledge, as well as new questions about ancient cloth manufacture. This is some of the data our team at the ERC project PROCON have collected over the past five years in order to study textile production in Mediterranean Europe between c. 1000–500 BC.
The BSA was saddened to learn of the passing on 1 December of Justin Davies, BSA Treasurer in the 1990s.