Third International Congress on Archaeological Sciences in the eastern Mediterranean and the Middle East (ICAS-EMME 3)
Three bursaries were awarded to scholars and early career researchers to present their work at the third International Congress on Archaeological Sciences in the eastern Mediterranean and the Middle East (ICAS-EMME 3), held in Cyprus at the Cyprus Institute, Nicosia, from the 14th to 18th March 2022. This international congress aimed to highlight recent advances in natural, material and computational science applications to archaeology and cultural heritage in the eastern Mediterranean and the Middle East, and to provide an international academic forum for the dissemination of results of current research in these fields in the region.
Alicia Johnson – Alexandria Centre for Maritime Archaeology and Underwater Cultural Heritage – presented a paper on – Effective management of archaeological and historical shipwreck sites in the Red Sea, Egypt.
Ioannis Oikonomou – The Human-Environment Dynamics Laboratory, Institute of Archaeology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel – presented a paper on – Deciphering formation processes and human activities at the Neolithic lakeside settlement of Dispilio, Greece: A microgeoarchaeological approach
Sirine Saad El-Dine Ghiye – Ulster university North-Ireland UK, Prg: Remote sensing and GIS – presented a poster on – The use of remote sensing and GIS in Archaeology.
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