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Mind the Gap!

Ceramic Studies and Discontinuities in the Archaeological Record

Gaps in the archaeological record recur through time and space. Some are real, but often they are merely perceived, awaiting resolution.

‘Mind the Gap!’ is a two-day workshop at the Saxo Institute, that will concentrate on the resolution of these perceived gaps through ceramic studies, and the related issues of production mode and craft specialization.

Papers will focus on the Mediterranean, from the Hellenistic to the Medieval periods.

Participants

  • Pamela Armstrong (UK)
  • Enrico Cirelli (Italy)
  • Alexander Eger (USA)
  • Mark Jackson (UK)
  • Sarah James (USA)
  • John Lund (Denmark)
  • Maria Duggan (UK)
  • Guy Sanders (Greece)
  • Micaela Sinibaldi (UK)
  • Edna Stern (Israel)
  • Athanasios Vionis (Cyprus)

Participation is free and open to all.
The workshop will be accessible online through Adobe Connect
Read the program here

Organized by:
Smadar Gabrieli (the Saxo Institute)
Kristina Winther-Jacobsen (the Danish Institute at Athens)

The workshop is sponsored by Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions; Danish Institute at Damascus. 

The workshop is part of the' Bridging the Gap'-project:'The Lost Centuries of Cypriot Archaeology between Rome and the Crusaders' and is financed by the Research Executive Agency (REA) at the EU Commission, as a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellowship