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September 10, 2019

May 13th, 7 p.m. We finally got there. After one of the shortest 20 hours trips of my life we finally got to Adigrat. Yes, I know… Where the heck is that? Well, think Africa, then go East, then find Ethiopia, and finally look up to Tigray, the northeastern region. Ther...

August 27, 2019

While on holidays (yes, we all got to enjoy nice off-time with families during August! ;-) the research did not stop completely and, as a result, we came back to work with two nice surprises on our desks!

First, the seminal publication of the project, with the resu...

July 11, 2018

Although RAINDROPS has its own well-established three case studies, one of use has made a discreet foray into South African archaeology and ethnoarchaeology. Southern African drylands are, in fact, extremely suited to ethnoarchaological and archaeobotanical approaches,...

March 26, 2018

There are so many things to do and fix after coming back from fieldwork that it has taken some time to write this blog entry. However, even if a tad late, here are some of the amazing things we have been doing in Sindh last month (my, oh my!).

First of all, project name...

February 22, 2018

The main aim of this first fieldwork is very much to organise future fieldworks. The targets of this trip are mainly two. On the one hand we need to find suitable locations for the ethnoarcaheological work; on the other hand we need to understand practical aspects for...

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