Robyn Veal of the University of Sydney will discuss ancient fuel economies in a talk at the University of Michigan on February 23, 2012. Veal is particularly interested in the role played by wood and wood charcoal fuel in the ancient Mediterranean. In her talk she will consider evidence from Bronze Age sites in Sardinia as well as evidence from Gabii where she is presently studying charcoal remains recovered by the Gabii Project.
If you're going, here are the details:
“Ancient Fuel Economies: Bronze Age Pran’e Siddi to Roman Gabii”
Dr. Robyn Veal (British School at Rome and University of Sydney)
February 23, 2012, from 12.00 to 1.00pm
1109 Geddes Avenue • Ann Arbor MI 48109 •Location: Ruthven Museums Building Room 2009