Some quick Friday awesomeness for the weekend.
First, if you’re in Toronto, check out Dimitri Nakassis‘s talk at the Royal Ontario Museum. Dimitri is a valued member of the Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project and helps us connect the Aegean Bronze Age with the evidence for the same period on Cyprus.
A second burst of awesomeness comes from this photo of a poster at Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s Stapleton Library. Scott Moore
, PKAP co-director and my co-editor of the volume, Archaeology and History in Roman, Medieval, and Post-Medieval Greece,
was a bit miffed that the book had dropped below the 3,000,000 sales rank on Amazon
(3,082,125 to be exact), so he fired up the ole Scott-Moore-IUP-PR machine. Ashgate should be braced for the influx of new orders. I just ordered two more myself.