Zagora study day in Sydney on 18 April 2015

Associate Professor Lesley Beaumont, Professor Meg Miller and Dr Stavros Paspalas at Zagora
The three Zagora Archaeological Project directors at Zagora, from left: Associate Professor Lesley Beaumont, Professor Meg Miller and Dr Stavros Paspalas. © AAIA; photo by Irma Havlicek
by Irma Havlicek

From 9.30am to 1.30pm on Saturday 18 April 2015, the Australian Archaeological Institute at Athens (AAIA) and the University of Sydney Department of Archaeology are offering a half-day briefing on their work at the early Iron Age site of Zagora on the island of Andros.

For archaeologists and the general public – feel free to come along and hear reports about this fascinating site.

PROGRAMME

9.30am – Registration and refreshments

10.00am – Professor Margaret Miller – project overview:
The Zagora Archaeological Project 2012-2014

10.45am – Ms Beatrice McLoughlin:
Greek provincial cookery: domestic life at Zagora

11.30am – Morning tea and refreshments

Noon – Dr Stavros Paspalas: Zagora and the wider Aegean

12.45pm – Associate Professor Lesley Beaumont:
Protecting Zagora’s cultural heritage

The briefing will take place at the AAIA, first floor, Madsen Building (F09), University of Sydney.

Event price is $25 ($10 for students)
Bookings can be made by emailing arts.aaia@sydney.edu.au.

Paul Donnelly, Alex Ribeny, Tasha Nassenstein and Marco Schugk working at Zagora in 2013
From left: Paul Donnelly (trench supervisor), Alex Ribeny, Tasha Nassenstein and Marco Schugk at Zagora in 2013. © PHM; photo by Irma Havlicek

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