HARP: Kissonerga, Cyprus - Experimental Archaeology & Beer Production

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  • Location(s): Cyprus
  • Program Type(s): Study Abroad

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The Field Schools recreated an installation that was likely used for beer production in the Middle Bronze Age.  The original structure has been excavated as part of a research excavation run by Dr. Lindy Crewe of the University of Manchester since... read more

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The Field Schools recreated an installation that was likely used for beer production in the Middle Bronze Age.  The original structure has been excavated as part of a research excavation run by Dr. Lindy Crewe of the University of Manchester since 2007.

The site of Kissonerga-Skalia is an Early-Middle Cypriot settlement, abandoned at the beginning of the Late Cypriot period.  Excavations have revealed a series of domestic dwellings that were superseded by a phase of monumental construction.  The village of Kissonerga is incredibly rich in archaeological sites with some of the worlds oldest Neolithic wells, the Chalcolithic settlement of Kissonerga-Mosphillia, as well as the settlement of Skalia.  

Program Type(s):
Study Abroad
Program Length(s):
  • Summer
Relevant Study Subject(s):
  • Archeology
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