Future Lectures and Conferences

Ancient Egyptian Historical Chronology

On 11-13 July 2023 a conference entitled Tempus Fugit: Challenging Time(s) and Text(s) in Order to Refine Ancient Egyptian Historical Chronology will be held in hybrid format in Vienna. Further information is available at https://www.oeaw.ac.at/en/oeai/events/event-detail/tempus-fugit. Papers of interest to Nestor readers will include:
J. Lull García, “Chronology and Spread of the ‘Amarna Plague’”


ICAZ 2023

On 7-12 September 2023 the 14th International Council for Archaeozoology Conference (ICAZ 2023): Oceans and Coastline – Past, Present and Future will be held in Cairns, Australia. Further information is available at https://www.icaz2023.org/. Papers of interest to Nestor readers will include:
A. Hadjikoumis, “Starting from Scratch: Setting up an Accessible Faunal Reference Collection in Cyprus”
J. Meier, “A Tale of Two Tali: A Context-Based Faunal Study of the Ritual Landscape of Mycenae in the Late Bronze Age”


The Connected Past 2023

On 12-15 September 2023 the conference The Connected Past: Digital Methods for Studying Networks and Complexity in the Humanities (The Connected Past 2023) will be held in Helsinki. Further information is available at https://connectedpast.net/other-events/helsinki-2023/. Papers of interest to Nestor readers will include:
T. Sager, “The Life of Buildings: 3D scanning and modelling architectural change in Late Bronze Age Crete”

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