This May, the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology, University of Warsaw (PCMA UW) is holding a speaker series about bioarchaeological perspectives on life in ancient Nubia. The series will be held online over three consecutive weeks. For those interested in attending, please contact Robert Stark ([email protected]) to obtain necessary Zoom links for the events.

The “Life in Ancient Nubia: Bioarchaeological Perspectives” speaker series will present a range of bioarchaeological perspectives on life in ancient Nubia. Each session will focus on a particular area of bioarchaeological research, examining what we can learn from field documentation and excavation of burials, through isotope analyses for assessing diet and mobility, and palaeogenomic research. The cumulative insights of the presentations in this series will provide a picture of current bioarchaeological research in Nubian contexts and where future research may lead.


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