'Under the Mediterranean' Cyprus October 2017
From the 20 – 24 October 2017 the Honor Frost Foundation sponsored the ‘Under the Mediterranean’ conference which was held on the centenary of Honor Frost’s birth in Cyprus. The conference was organised by Stella Demesticha (University of Cyprus, Maritime Archaeological Research Laboratory) and Lucy Blue (Maritime Archaeological Director HFF/ University of Southampton, Centre for Maritime Archaeology)
The conference was a huge success with over 100 speakers discussing topics ranging from ship construction, harbours and maritime cultural landscapes to maritime connectivity in the ancient world. Friends and colleagues of Honor Frost shared their memories of working with her and discussed the far-reaching effect she has had on the field of maritime archaeology. This combination of scholarly collaboration with the appreciation and commemoration of a truly remarkable figure in the field of maritime archaeology created a unique atmosphere that we hope will be relived again in the future. This page contains links to the conference booklet which includes abstracts from all papers and posters presented, as well as a link to a series of short reports written as a result of the conference. You can also view videos of the session ‘In the footsteps of Honor’ and a gallery containing photographs from the conference.
Please note some of these resources are not currently available but will be uploaded shortly.
In the Footsteps of Honor Frost – Publication
This is a collection of writings (14 chapters), based on the first day of the HFF conference in Cyprus 2017. It looks at Honor Frost’s life and legacy and particularly how it is influencing current research projects in the eastern Mediterranean. It is published in the HFF Publications General Series (not peer-reviewed) and is aimed at a wide general-public audience as well as archaeologists interested in the history of underwater research. The book can be ordered and viewed online on the Sidestone press website