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Conference Abstracts:

  1. “A null model of drift-induced maritime connectivity between Cyprus and its surrounding coastal areas at the onset of the Holocene”, Phaedon Kyriakidis, Andreas Nikolaidis, Constantinos Panagiotou, Georgios Leventis, Evangelos Akylas, Constantine Michaelides, Dora Moutsiou, Carole Mc Cartney, Stella Demesticha, Lina Bitsakaki, Vassiliki Kassianidou, Zomenia Zomeni, Daniella Bar-Yosef Mayer, Yizhaq Makovsky, 48th Conference of Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA) – “Digital Crossroads” 2021, 14-18 June: link

Posters:

  1. “Obsidian Maritime Interconnections in Early Holocene Eastern Mediterranean”, International Obsidian Conference 2021, April 30 – May 2: link
    Note: The poster won The International Association for Obsidian Studies (IAOS) Craig E. Skinner Poster Award.
  2. “Modeling drift-induced maritime connectivity between Cyprus and its surrounding coastal areas during early Holocene”, EGU General Assembly 2020, 4-8 May: link

Presentations:

  1. “Project SaRoCy – Delineating probable sea routes between Cyprus and its surrounding coastal areas at the start of the Holocene; A simulation approach –Objectives, methods and preliminary results”, Phaedon Kyriakidis, Andreas Nikolaidis, Theodora Moutsiou, Georgios Leventis, Alexandros Constantinides, Evangelos Akylas, Constantine Michailides, Carole McCartney, Stella Demesticha, Vasiliki Kassianidou, Zomenia Zomeni, Daniella Bar-Yosef Mayer, Yizhaq Makovsky, Geography Scientific Conference 2021, University of Aegean, 2-4 June: link
  2. “Delineating Probable Sea Routes between Cyprus and its surrounding Coastal Areas at the Start of the Holocene: A Simulation Approach”, Phaedon Kyriakidis, CAA-GR 2020 Sessions – “Greece, Cyprus Turkey”; Current Status and the Future of Digital Archaeology in the Eastern Mediterranean, 9 October: link