The Marc and Ismene Fitch Laboratory for archaeological sciences was established in 1974. Its history however, reaches further back with the seeds of its creation sown in Oxford in the early 1960s, find out more in this blog post!
The Marc and Ismene Fitch Laboratory for Archaeological Sciences will mark its 50th anniversary on November 29th, 2024.
A newly published paper on a diachronic and multidisciplinary study of cooking pottery from the famous site of Priene, western Turkey, reveals that manufacturing technologies and the origins of imports trace important historical developments in this region during the Classical, Hellenistic and early Roman periods.
In celebration of The International Day of Women and Girls in Science we have asked Noémi Müller, our Scientific Research Officer about how she entered the world of archaeological science and a little about her career highlights!
GLASS IN THE MEDITERRANEAN AND THE NEAR EAST Archaeology and Archaeometry from the Late Bronze Age to the early Medieval period This five-day training course provides an introduction to […]
Research project title: Culinary traces of the past: Aegean-Balkan mobility and interaction at the dawn of urbanisation in late 2nd and early 1st millennium BC through an interdisciplinary study of […]
The BSA is excited to be part of the new 4-year, EU-funded, research and training network PlaCe-ITN.