Join us in the second 2023 GIAP Seminar!
Second GIAP Seminar this 2023 will be on February 23rd, at 18h CET. Open, online session: no need to register, just pop in!
Dr Mila Andonova-Katsarski, from the Division of Palaeobotany and Palynology of the Institute of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Research (Bulgarian Academy of Sciences), will hold the talk:
‘The plants of Serdica (Sofia, Bulgaria) during the Antiquity (2nd c. AD – 6th c. AD): preliminary archaeobotanical and anthracological data’.
This talk will present the preliminary archaeobotanical and anthracological data, coming from material obtained from archaeological rescue excavations of ancient Serdica (Sofia, Bulgaria) during the Roman period and the Antiquity (2nd c. AD – 6th c. AD). The studied plant remains are retrieved from two different sectors, excavated in 2019 and 2020, of Serdica – being inside and outside of the ancient city borders. The results, which this talk will outline combine the analysis of vegetal remains coming from flotation samples along with hand-picked wooden remains and being preserved both charred and waterlogged.
Keywords: Archaeobotany, Anthracology, Serdica, Roman period, Antiquity, Balkans, Urban Archaeology.
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No registration required. Hosted in Microsoft Teams (no Microsoft/Teams account needed).
* Leaflet’s background picture: Charred wood image courtesy of Dr. Mila Andonova. Source: https://archwoodbg.com/1
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