A seminar on the harbor town of Berenice on the Red Sea will be held at the PCMA UW and on-line. A series of presentations will highlight the results of the latest season of fieldwork that took place in the Winter of 2020.
The participants will discuss their research on animal burials (see also: Roman port, Indian monkeys, and bones in 3D), on ceramics and architecture of Berenike; plans for the future of the project will also be announced.
The Berenike Project’s work in 2020 was conducted by the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology of the University of Warsaw and the University of Delaware, headed by Prof. Steven S. Sidebotham and Iwona Zych, in cooperation with the University of Heidelberg and the University of Leiden. The projects, the results of which will be discussed during the webinar have been financed by the Polish National Science Center grants, PCMA scholarships, as well as by The Berenike Project (the University of Delaware and PCMA UW), the Thyssen Foundation, and the Berenike Foundation.
The seminar will be held on Thursday, 8th October, from 11 am till 3.30 pm on Zoom.
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Meeting ID: 869 1919 0162
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