“This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme
under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement No 892163”
PUBLICATIONS AND TALKS
- A brief summary of the project's material is outlined in S. Germanidou, Medieval Hydrotechnology. An Interdisciplinary Case-study Project on Water Management: Collection, Distribution and Storage in the Landscape of Messinia, Southern Greece, G. Wiplinger - W. Letzner (eds), VON ÄGYPTEN BIS INS MITTELALTER BEITRÄGE ZUR WASSERWIRTSCHAFT..., Wien-Budapest 2022, 159-182 (open access at academia.edu)
- For terraces, OSL, HLC, and water management in general www.ncl.ac.uk/hca/people/profile/samturner.html
- Other water-related articles in Messinia: Sophia Germanidou | Newcastle University - Academia.edu
Channels and runnels
built, rock-hewn, and a
vertical conduit embedded at the wall
- A small sample of our work is shown below.
The research is ongoing and there are multiple and various tasks performed,
by team experts
at Newcastle, England, and St Andrews, Scotland, Universities.
For further information: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Several terraces are trenched and sampled for OSL dating.
Those excavated in Mezapo were particularly short in height, lacking soil and filled with stones,
in comparison to those from Kitta and even more, those from Rintono.
Mortar and plaster samples from ruined cisterns are also under study