Between 27 and 29 May 2015 a conference will be organized on the Environmental Archaeology of medieval and postmedieval European cities. The themes that will be discussed include urban site formation, urban environment, economic activities within town, and the personal life of the town inhabitants (see attachment for a more detailed description – 2nd_Circular_CEAEC)

The meeting will take place at the Natural History Museum in Brussels and is a co-organisation of that institute, the Archaeological Heritage Service of the Brussels Capital Region, the Université Libre de Bruxelles and the Catholic University of Leuven.

More information on the program, registration, abstract submission and practicalities can be found at the conference home page https://www.naturalsciences.be/en/museum/agenda/item-view/607 .

Please note that abstracts (300 words) for oral or poster presentations should be submitted before 18 November 2014 through following link: https://www.naturalsciences.be/science/ceaec/form .

Journal Article

The Greek bandit Fotios Giagoulas: An introduction to his mummified head and future conservation aims.

«Φως» στο αρχαίο DNA από νεοσύστατο εργαστήριο στην Κρήτη.

[…] Οι επιστήμονες του εργαστηρίου που θα συσταθεί και θα λειτουργήσει στο ΙΤΕ με τη στήριξη της περιφέρειας Κρήτης θα ρίξουν «φως» στην ανάδειξη της ιστορικής συνέχειας του πολιτισμού της Κρήτης, στην προέλευση, στην καταγωγή του πληθυσμού, αλλά και του φυσικού πλούτου και των καταβολών της κρητικής διατροφής. […]


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