NASK field directors at the Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America in Seattle

NASK is in Seattle this weekend presenting the preliminary report on the 2012 field season at the 114th Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America.AIAC Cover.indd

SESSION 4F
 New Research on Mainland Greece

Saturday, January 5 2013

8:30 a.m.–11:30 a.m.
, WSCC, Ballroom 6A

CHAIR: Zarko Tankosic, Indiana University

8:30 Excavation in Thebes, Boeotia, Greece: Results of Work on and near the Ismenion Hill, 2011–2012

Kevin Daly, Bucknell University, Stephanie Larson, Bucknell University, Alexandra Charami, 9th Ephorate of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities, Greece, Pari Kalamara, 23rd Ephorate of Byzantine Antiquities, Greece, and Vassilis Aravantinos, Honorary Ephor (20 min.)

8:55 Eastern Boeotia Archaeological Project 2012: Excavations at Ancient Eleon

Brendan Burke, University of Victoria, Bryan Burns, Wellesley College, and Alexandra Charami, 9th Ephorate of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities (15 min.)

9:15 Micromorphological Analysis of Sediments at the Bronze Age and Early Iron Age Site of Mitrou, East Lokris: Patterns of Floor Construction and Maintenance

Aleydis Van de Moortel, University of Tennessee, and Panagiotis Karkanas, Ephoreia of Palaeoanthropology-Speleology of Southern Greece (20 min.)

9:35 Break (10 min.)

9:45 The Norwegian Survey in the Karystia: Preliminary Results of the First field Season (2012)

Renate Storli, University of Hamburg, and Zarko Tankosic, Indiana University (15 min.)

10:05 Terraces and the Organization of Agricultural Production at Late Bronze Age Korphos-Kalamianos

Lynne A. Kvapil, Xavier University (20 min.) 

10:30 A Preliminary Examination of the Miniature Vessels from the Bronze Age Site of Iklaina

Joann Gulizio, College of Charleston (15 min.)

10:50 Mud: From Huts to Palaces

Julie Hruby, Dartmouth College, and Jen Glaubius, University of Kansas (10 min.)

For more details of where and when, see the AIA program

We would like to thank the Norwegian Institute at Athens for its financial support.

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