On 28-30 January 2021 the inaugural meeting the Mediterranean Archaeology Australasian Research Community (MAARC) will be held virtually, hosted by the University of Melbourne (AEDT). Attendance is free but registration is required; details should be sent to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Further information is available at Papers of interest to Nestor readers will include:
K. Mann, “Pioneering field practices in Aegean settlement archaeology: The innovation and ongoing influence of Judy Birmingham at Zagora on Andros”
A. Dighton, “In the beginning: the origins of olive and grape consumption - the view from the Eastern Mediterranean”
L. Pisanu, “Mediterranean trade routes during the Bronze and Early Iron Age: What is the role of Nuragic Sardinia?”
J. Webb, “The north coast of Cyprus in the prehistoric Bronze Age: locality, political economy and connectivity”
K. Trimmis, P. N. Kardulias, L. Tzortzopoulou-Gregory, C. Marini, and C. L. Fernée, “The north remembers: continuity and change in the prehistoric landscapes of northern Kythera, Greece”
S. A. Paspalas, “The Early Iron Age settlement of Zagora and its external contact: the evidence of its fine wares”
L. Hitchcock, “The Deep State and the Minoan ‘Palaces’ in Crete: Bureaucracies as Constraining and Enabling SocioPolitical Structures”
C. Tully, “On every high hill and under every green tree: open air cult sites in the Levant and Crete”
J. Heywood, “Funerals and the Ideological Role of Marine Iconography on Post-palatial Crete”
R. E. Kortanoğlu and M. Savrum-Kortanoğlu, “Thoughts on Some Prehistoric and Historical Monumental Structures in Continental Greece”
D. Frankel, “Challenges from the past”
J. Webb, “New Sites from Old. Three Examples”
C. Davey, “Revisiting artefacts: Metal working at Bamboula (Kourion)”
L. Tittl, “‘Out here we are stoned’: the cosmological significance of rocky terrain in Bronze Age Crete”

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