Elizabeth R. Macaulay— 2006 Graduate Student Paper Award, First Prize

Award Citation:

At the recommendation of the Graduate Student Paper Awards Committee, the Archaeological Institute of America is pleased to award to Elizabeth R. Macaulay of the Department of Archaeology, Oxford University, the first prize for the best student paper delivered at the 107th Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America held in Montreal, January 5-8, 2006.

The winning paper is entitled "The Role of Ollae Perforatae in Ancient Roman Garden Design and Ancient Plant Trade in the Vesuvian Region."  The committee praises Ms. Macaulay for the rhetorical and visual clarity of her presentation, its clear organization, the pursuit of the implications of the research across many dimensions of garden studies, and for the originality of its method and interpretation. 

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