[WEBCAST] From Extinction to Market: New Frontiers in Bio-archaeologyVIEW EVENT DETAILS
“From extinction to market” is an intellectual and academic journey to revive ancient agricultural landscape, extinct fruit crops and animal breeds and bygone tastes that formed the heart of Mediterranean cuisine. This, together with various imported goods that include spices and textiles, brought all the way along the Silk Road from China, offer unparalleled clues to restore local, regional and global international networks of commerce more than 1,500 years ago.
During this discussion, we will explore the exciting scientific, commercial, and heritage aspects of this new road we have taken. You are most welcome to join us in this intriguing journey!
Prof. Guy Bar-Oz’s research focuses on the cultural and biological heritage of the ancient Lands of Israel. His research team is a hub for a collaborative scientific network with a strong foundation in anthropological and biological research. His main research efforts deal with developing and applying novel methods for reconstructing in high resolution the culture and environmental landscape of extinct past societies.
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