CIAS was present at the 25th Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists that took place in Bern, the capital city of Switzerland, between the 4th and the 7th of September.
First, the PhD student Linda Melo, made an oral communication “The Bronze Age of southwestern Iberian Peninsula: endogenus evolution versus migration stimuli” (co-authored by António Monge Soares; Lídia Baptista; Rui Mataloto; Ana Maria Silva and Pedro Valério). (See photo)
Second, Filipa Cortesão Silva, the latest doctorate of CIAS, presented the work “Cinis sum, cinis terra est: deciphering cremation ritual in the Roman city of Salacia (Alcácer do Sal, Portugal)”. (See photo)
Liliana Matias de Carvalho, another PhD student in CIAS, co-authored a work – “STARQ – The case of the Portuguese trade union for archaeologists” – that was also presented in the meeting as a oral communication (co-authored by Sara Simões, Regis Barbosa, Jacinta Bugalhão, and Richard Peace).