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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 https://mediterraneanarcha.wixsite.com/maarc/meeting-2021. 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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