Presentations

The fieldwork of the Olynthos Project is or has been the subject of the following public presentations:

Forthcoming:
“The Olynthos Project: A Report on the Field Work Carried Out in 2016.” Lisa Nevett, University of Michigan, Bettina Tsigarida, Greek Archaeological Service, Zosia Archibald, University of Liverpool, David Stone, University of Michigan, Bradley Ault, SUNY Buffalo, Anna Panti, Greek Archaeological Service, Timothy Horsley, Northern Illinois University, and Christopher Gaffney, University of Bradford. To be presented at the Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America, Toronto, 2017. Session 2I, Fieldwork in Greece (Friday January 6th).

Past papers:
“ΑΡΧΑΙΟΛΟΓΙΚΗ ΕΡΕΥΝΑ ΣΤΗΝ ΑΡΧΑΙΑ ΟΛΥΝΘΟ. 2015” (“Archaeological Investigation at ancient Olynthos, 2015”, in Greek).
Bettina Tsigarida, Zosia Archibald, Lisa Nevett, David Stone, Nikos Alexakis and Michalis Tsioumas
AEMTh (Archaeological Work in Macedonia and Thrace) Conference, 3-5th March 2016.

“Olynthos, Greece – 2015 Season.”
Zosia H. Archibald, Lisa Nevett and Bettina Tsigarida.
Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America paper. 8th January 2016, San Francisco, California.

“Continuing Robinson’s Excavation at ancient Olynthos.” (in Greek)
Bettina Tsigarida, Lisa Nevett and Zosia Archibald.
AEMTh (Archaeological Work in Macedonia and Thrace) Conference. 7th March 2015, Thessaloniki.

“Field and Geophysical Surveys at Olynthos, 2014.” (in Greek)
David Stone, Tim Horsley, Nikos Alexakis, Michalis Tsioumas.
AEMTh (Archaeological Work in Macedonia and Thrace) Conference. 7th March 2015, Thessaloniki.

“The Olynthos Project: a Report on the Fieldwork of 2014.”
Lisa Nevett, Zosia Archibald, Bettina Tsigarida, David Stone, Tim Horsley.
Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America paper. 8th January 2015, New Orleans, Louisiana.

“The Olynthos Project 2014: new multidisciplinary investigations at an ancient Greek city.”
Lisa Nevett, Kate Larson, Gregory Tucker, David Stone.
Field Archaeology Series on Thursday lecture. 16th October 2014, 6pm, Kelsey Museum, S. State Street, Ann Arbor.