On 20-24 March 2017 an international open workshop entitled Socio-Environmental Dynamics over the Last 12,000 Years: The Creation of Landscapes V will be held in Kiel, Germany. Further information is available at Papers of interest to Nestor readers will include:

E. Marinova, B. de Cupere, D. Frémondeau, P. Georgiev, I. Hristova, L. Ninov, K. Nikov, and H. Popov, "Bioarchaeological and geoarchaeological evidence on the living conditions in southeastern Bulgaria during the 2nd and 1st millennium BC"

J. Whitley, "The multiple pasts of Archaic Greece: the landscapes of Crete and the Argolid 900-500 BCE"

K. Dudlik, "Creation of memory? Tumulus from Lerna in context of EH III – LH I Argolis"

I. Franz, F. Faupel, and J. Hendy, "A cooking pot or not a cooking pot? The interrelation of vessel shape, vessel body characteristics and vessel use, illustrated by pottery from Catalhöyük West Mound"

P. Zeman, "Functional analysis of pottery assemblage from Mycenaean palace at Pylos"

B. Kaczmarek, "The function of the Linear B inscriptions on the stirrup jars"

B. Kaczmarek, "Where childhood ends and adulthood begins? Problems in the study of the Mycenaeans demographic structure on the basis of Linear B inscriptions"

E. Loizou, "Seascapes in the Late Bronze Age Aegean. The example from harbour–sites"

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