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HFF Scholar Katarina Jerbic successfully completed her PhD

HFF Scholar Omaima Eldeeb successfully completed her PhD at Flinders University! ​ ‘I have finished my PhD at the Maritime Archaeology Program at Flinders University, with a thesis title “Zambratija: A 6000-year-old pile-dwelling submerged under the Adriatic Sea”. The thesis was examined with minor corrections, and the final and accepted revision was submitted to Flinders

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Deadline for the Master of Maritime and Coastal Archaeology extended

Deadline for the Master of Maritime and Coastal Archaeology extended For the 2020-2022 Master course, the closing date for applications has been extended to the 25th May 2020. For further details of the Master programme (including eligibility and application information), please visit: https://momarch.hypotheses.org/  More information is also available below Click here to download Click here to download

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HFF Scholar Omaima Eldeeb successfully completed her PhD

HFF Scholar Omaima Eldeeb successfully completed her PhD at Flinders University! “It is an absolute privilege to have been an Honor Frost Foundation (HFF) supported scholars. My PhD thesis and research project would have been impossible without the generous financial support from the HFF. My PhD study focussed on the amphorae/ceramics collections from ancient shipwrecks

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First series of Short Reports now available online!

First series of Short Reports now available online! As part of the Foundation’s mission to promote and disseminate research on maritime archaeology we developed a short report series available online only. Our first series of reports is now available, these are a collection of 8 papers from the Maritime Archaeology Graduate Symposium in 2019.  The

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HFF Projects on the V&A Culture in Crisis Portal

The Culture in Crisis Portal On the 2nd December 2019 the Foundation attended the launch of the V&A Culture in Crisis Portal. Over the last few months the Foundation has been uploading details of HFF funded projects to the portal which is a free online resource developed by the V&A.  The aim of the portal

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Our publication ‘In the Footsteps of Honor Frost’ is now available!

In the Footsteps of Honor Frost The life and legacy of a pioneer in maritime archaeology The first volume in the new HFF Publication series is now available to order through the Sidestone website. This volume follows on from the session ‘In the Footsteps of Honor Frost’ at the HFF conference held in Cyprus in October 2017.  This

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Exciting finds from the Ancient Akrotiri Project 2019 underwater season

Update from the 2019 underwater survey for the Ancient Akrotiri Project PRESS RELEASE Ancient Akrotiri-Dreamer’s Bay Project  Underwater Season 2019 Underwater Survey Director: Dr. Lucy Blue, Centre for Maritime Archaeology, University of Southampton Previous Next Images courtesy of Steven Lopez The Department of Antiquities, Ministry of Transport, Communications and Works announces the completion of the

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GLobal Ocean Social Sciences

HFF Steering Committee advisor Antony Firth attends the GLobal Ocean Social Sciences (GLOSS) event on behalf of the Ocean Decade Heritage Network The Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development (the ‘Ocean Decade’) is a UN initiative for the period 2021-2030 that is currently in its planning phase. Limited reference to cultural heritage in their

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Launch of the Cyprus Coastal Assessment Project

Launch of the Cyprus Coastal Assessment Project (CCAP) The Department of Antiquities, Ministry of Transport, Communications and Works, announces that the research programme entitled “Cyprus Coastal Assessment Project (CCAP)” with funding from the Honor Frost Foundation has begun on 2 September 2019. The aim of the project is the mapping and documentation of the underwater

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Update from the Maritime Archaeology Outreach Project (MAOP)

Update from the Maritime Archaeology Outreach Project (MAOP) Earlier this year the Foundation funded the Maritime Archaeology Outreach Project in Egypt. The project’s main aim is to educate children about maritime archaeology, which will have direct influence on the way they think about the material past, its discovery, significance, value and protection. So far the project

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AUB – Minor in Marine Sciences and Culture

AUB – Minor in Marine Sciences and Culture The American University of Beirut (AUB) is offering a Minor in Marine Sciences and Culture, sponsored by the Foundation. Housed in the department of History and Archaeology, and in collaboration with the departments of Biology and Geology, this Minor focuses on the coastal remains of the past in the Mediterranean.

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