Danielle Newman

The paleoenvironmental evolution of a Levantine coastal city in the Bronze Age: The case of Tyre (Lebanon)- 2023- Ongoing

The paleoenvironmental evolution of a Levantine coastal city in the Bronze Age. The case of Tyre (Lebanon). 2023-Ongoing Dr. Francisco Jesús Núñez Calvo The multidisciplinary Lebanese-Spanish-Polish project has been carrying out archaeological excavations in ‘The Acropolis’, located in the southern half of the ancient island, since 2015. This area was previously excavated by Amir M.

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Democratising Deep-water Survey: Innovative Low-cost Multi-AUV Survey of Shipwrecks in the Strait of Sicily

Democratising Deep-water Survey: Innovative Low-cost Multi-AUV Survey of Shipwrecks in the Strait of Sicily Dr. Lisa Briggs & Dr. Peter Campbell Deep-water archaeology (depths greater than 100m) has been recognised for its potential ever since Frédéric Dumas’ Deep-water Archaeology  (1962) and Willard Bascom’s Deep Water, Ancient Ships  (1976). The few projects undertaking offshore, deep-water research

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Capacity Building- Photogrammetry Workshop & Integrated Coastal Survey of Cape Greco and Ammos tou Kambouri, Cyprus

Capacity Building- Photogrammetry Workshop & Integrated Coastal Survey of Cape Greco and Ammos tou Kambouri, Cyprus (May 2023) Dr. Lucy Blue and Dr. Maria Michael During May 2023, two workshops and a fieldwork were conducted in the Ayia Napa region of Cyprus. These were part of the broader Cyprus Regional Development Project (CRDP) funded by

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Berytus and the sea: Understanding marine resource exploitation and marine ecosystems in Roman Beirut using bioarchaeology- Ongoing

Berytus and the sea: Understanding marine resource exploitation and marine ecosystems in Roman Beirut using bioarchaeology- 2023-Ongoing Dr. Canan Çakırlar, Senior Lecturer, Groningen Institute of Archaeology, University of Groningen Romanization led to fundamental changes in the economy and ecology of the Mediterranean. Most research on the Roman Mediterranean examines agricultural production and animal husbandry, and

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HFF Archive Fellowship Updated

Archival Fellowship Updated The Honor Frost Foundation has recently made several changes to our Archives Fellowship. Visiting scholars may now conduct research on a topic centred on the Maritime Archaeology Special Collection. Within the collection are the archives of Honor Frost, Sean McGrail, Lucien Basch, and Nicholas Flemming. The Maritime Archaeology Special Collection is an actively growing archive. The Fellowship is

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Survey on impacts of maritime archaeology projects in the Eastern Mediterranean

people surveying a harbour structure in a built up area of the eastern Meditteranean

Survey on impacts of maritime archaeology projects in the Eastern Mediterranean We would like to invite you to take part in the following survey on the impacts of maritime archaeology projects in the Eastern Mediterranean. The survey – part of the research undertaken by the Dr Arturo Rey da Silva, HFF Scholar, at the University

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The Opening of the Blue House Beirut

The Opening of the Blue House Beirut On 30th March 2023, trustees of the Honor Frost Foundation, the HFF Lebanon team and representatives from ALBA (Académie Libanaise des Beaux Arts), as well as the Directorate General of Antiquities, Beirut Heritage Initiative and many other guests gathered to celebrate the opening of the Blue House. On

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