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Charlène is an archaeobotanist working on medieval sites and a member of the POMEDOR network. She just succeeded in obtaining a CNRS research position, congratulations Charlène!

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During this meeting, co-organized with the theme PRALIM of the "Maison de l'Orient et de la Méditerranée" in Lyon, members of the POMEDOR network will present different aspects of food and foodways in the late Roman and medieval Eastern Mediterranean and Middle-East:


Introduction : le programme POMEDOR "Populations, poteries et alimentation en Méditerranée orientale médiévale"
Yona Waksman
UMR 5138 Archéométrie et Archéologie, MOM Lyon

La production du sucre en Méditerranée orientale au Moyen Âge : les évolutions d'une nouvelle activité
Mohamed Ouerfelli

08/11/2013 - 14:00

Charlène Bouchaud, a member of the POMEDOR network, won a prize for her PhD thesis in archaeobotanics entitled "Paysages et pratiques d’exploitation des ressources végétales en milieux semi-aride et aride dans le sud du Proche-Orient : Approche archéobotanique des périodes antique et islamique (IVe siècle av. J.-C. – XVIe siècle ap. J.-C.)" defended at the University of Paris 1 "Panthéon-Sorbonne" in 2012.

The GMPCA (Group for Multi-field Processes Contributing to Archaeology) is an association of archaeological scientists based in France. It awards PhD prizes every 2 years on the occasion of its bi-annual Archaeometry conference....

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