Tag Archives: 2012 field season

Upcoming event: NASK in Oslo

If you missed our presentation of the preliminary report on the 2012 field season at the AIA in Seattle in January, here’s is your chance to learn more about the NASK-project in Oslo! Time and place: Saturday February 9, 2013 – 10:00-17:00 Blindernveien 11, seminarrom 11 Organizer: University of Oslo, Department of Archaeology, Conservation and History WORKSHOP […]

Week 5 (2012)

By the end of the last week in the field, the NASK team has managed to cover a total of 473 squares of the Katsaronio plain – correlating to 473 hectares, thus also reaching this seasons preliminary goal of terrain coverage. The project has consisted of an intensive diachronic archaeological surface survey conducted using an arbitrary 100 x 100m grid superimposed […]

NASK Team Members

Dr. Žarko Tankosić, NASK Director, Research Associate in the Department of Anthropology at Indiana University-Bloomington  Žarko Tankosić has conducted archaeological fieldwork in southern Euboea since 2004. His doctoral research was focused on how maritime interactions influenced social and communal structure of participating communities and personal identites of individuals involved during the Final Neolithic and Early Bronze […]