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Mediterranean Archaeology

Projects include:

  • Aqaba Castle, Jordan
  • Classical and Hellenistic mosaics
  • The city of Ramla, AD c. 715–1917
  • Domestic space in Archaic, Classical and Hellenistic Greece
  • Early glass in Egypt
  • Faience production in Roman Memphis (Egypt)
  • Function and social role of pottery in Crete from 1200 to 600 BC.
  • Greek commensality in context
  • Iuvanum Survey Project
  • Mediterranean networks and agents of transformation: a discussion forum
  • Seljuq tile production at Kubad Abad, Turkey
  • The Anubieion Catacombs at Saqqara (Egypt)
  • The Churches of the Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem
  • The Praisos project: material culture and ethnicity in Early Iron Age to Hellenistic Crete
  • The Sacred Animal Necropolis at North Saqqara (Egypt)
  • The walls of Ascalon: a historical and architectural assessment

Staff researching the archaeology of the Mediterranean world include:

Dr Dusan Boric

Dr Guy Bradley

Dr Steve Mills

Dr Paul Nicholson

Professor Denys Pringle

Dr Ruth Westgate

Professor James Whitley