On 18-19 November 2021 the third project conference of Contexts of and Relations between Early Writing Systems (CREWS), Writing around the Ancient Mediterranean: Practices and Adaptations, will be held online (GMT). Further information is available at Papers of interest to Nestor readers will include:
G. Bourogiannis, “The (not so) parallel lives of Cypriot evidence in the Iron Age Aegean”
C. Donnelly, “Cypro-Minoan and its potmarks and vessel inscriptions as challenges to Aegean Scripts corpora”
B. Pestarino, “The introduction of the Greek alphabet in Cyprus, a case study in material culture”
M. Polig, “Ductus in Cypro-Minoan writing. Definition, purpose and distribution of stroke types”
P. Steele, “What is involved in approaching writing ‘holistically’? A look at writing (system) developments in the Bronze Age Aegean”

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