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The Phoenician City of La Fonteta, Guardamar, Spain

The Phoenician city of La Fonteta, Guardamar, Spain Dr. Alberto J. Lorrio, Dr. Mariano Torres, and Ester López Rosendo La Fonteta is a site of urban character dated in the Early Iron Age (8th-6th centuries BC). It is placed on a coastal promontory next to the mouth of the river Segura. Archaeological excavations carried out […]

Imagining a Greek Home for an Egyptian Goddess: Time, Landscape, and Architecture in Greek Sanctuaries to Isis presented by Dr. Lindsey Mazurek

Hale Science Building, Rm. 270 1350 Pleasant Street, Boulder, CO, United States

When Isis first arrived on Greek shores in the 3rd century BCE, her new followers had to build sanctuaries appropriate to an Egyptian goddess. In the process of imagining a place for their Greek Isis to dwell, devotees came up with a wide range of eclectic solutions that intertwined local needs, imperialist fantasy, and fantastical […]

Communicating with the Ancestors: Archaeology at Oxmoor Plantation, Louisville, Kentucky

University of Louisville Center for Archaeology and Cultural Heritage (CACHe) 1606 Rowan Street, Louisville, KY, United States

Come and learn what Kentucky Archaeological Survey archaeologists have been doing at Oxmoor Farm in Louisville, Kentucky for the last year and a half. Lori Stahlgren, Project Archaeologist with KAS, will be speaking about this ongoing project. In 2021, the Oxmoor Farm Foundation hired KAS to conduct a survey around extant buildings that once served […]