THIS IS A PAST EVENT.

Public lecture: Mochlos during the Early Bronze Age

THIS IS A PAST EVENT.

Public lecture: Mochlos during the Early Bronze Age

Archaeologist Luke Kaiser (Lecturer at UNC Greensboro) will present the public talk "Mochlos during the Early Bronze Age: A Case Study for Ceramics as Proxies of Group Identity and Integration."

The site of Mochlos in East Crete, Greece, is one of the only sites on Crete with a pottery sequence that spans the entire Early Bronze Age. Because of this, the pottery assemblage is capable of providing us with a level of detail concerning the development of institutions that few sites are able to achieve. In this talk, Kaiser will use Mochlos as a case study for pushing ceramic analysis further in the field of Aegean Prehistory through the application of a series of theoretical frameworks that drive toward an understanding of group identity in early complex societies.

Thursday, March 21 at 6:00pm to 7:00pm

Lam Museum of Anthropology
1315 Carroll Weathers Dr. Winston-Salem, NC 27109

Event Type

Academics

Departments

Academics, Anthropology

Target Audience

Faculty, General Public, Students

Contact name

Jessica MacLellan

Contact email

maclelj@wfu.edu

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