Archaeology day at UPF

Yesterday has been a very busy day. The Archaeology day at UPF was a blast. I have never seen so many different - yet very related- topics, discussed in the same workshop. We had presentations ranging from isotopes in archaeobotanical studies (delivered by one of the senior members of the project G Fiorentino), to the archaeology of papyri. From the use of earth observation techniques to the role of feminism in archaeology. From the analysis of residues for the identification of ancient wine production and consumption to the use of geostatistics to identify anthropogenic signals in archaeological contexts. It is almost overwhelming to think of all the possibilities that archaeology offer as

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