Landscape and Interaction: The Troodos Archaeological and Environmental Survey Project, Cyprus
Publication date: Nov 28, 2013 09:50 AM
Start: Dec 11, 2013 06:30 PM
Location: Archaeology Lecture Theatre G6, UCL Institute of Archaeology
Dr Given's lecture entitled 'Landscape and Interaction: The Troodos Archaeological and Environmental Survey Project, Cyprus' follows the CBRL Annual General meeting which starts at 6.15pm.
The Troodos Mountain range in central Cyprus is a region of great physical and cultural diversity. The landscapes range from fertile, cultivated plains to narrow, dry valleys and forested mountain regions and this physical topography is overlain by a rich human cultural landscape of farming, mining, industry, settlement, burial and ritual behaviour. Over six field seasons, a team of specialists and fieldwalkers from the Troodos Archaeological and Environmental Survey Project (TAESP) investigated the northern edge of this region and explored the complex and dynamic relationship between landscape and people over 12,000 years. The results of their integrated and interpretative approach will be presented here. The lecture will be followed by the launch of a two volume final report on the project.
All are welcome to the AGM and lecture, which will be followed by a reception and book launch.
Any enquiries about the event may be directed to Andrew Garrard.