London Centre for the Ancient Near East seminar series, Autumn 2021: Ancient Agriculture. Convened by Mark Weeden.
Mondays 18.15, from Oct. 11th
Nov. 22 Amaia Arranz Otaegui (Madrid, via Zoom only): Discovering the plant-based meals of the last hunter-gatherers and first farmers in South-Western Asia.
Nov. 29 Jaafar Jotheri (Al-Qadisiyah, via Zoom only): Primary types of farms in southern Mesopotamia.
Dec. 6 Rients de Boer (Leiden, via Zoom only): Land for service in the Old Babylonian period, a fresh look at the ilkum-institution
Dec. 13 Charlotte Diffey (Oxford): ‘Feeding the City’: Urban agriculture in the Bronze Age of Western Asia
The lectures will be either Zoom only OR both on Zoom (we hope) and in person (in Institute of Archaeology G6, 21-24 Gordon Sq, OR 14 Taviton St for disabled access) at the same time. However, the in-person attendance will be limited to 35 people. Please wear a mask when attending the lecture.
For those who prefer to watch the lecture via Zoom, or for the lectures that are Zoom only, the link for the whole lecture series is found below. The same link will be used for the Thin End of the Wedge Lectures (Zoom only) as well:
Zoom details for the lectures:
Meeting ID: 953 0536 0604
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