Greece Fellow, Australian Archaeological Institute at Athens; Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Centre for Ancient Cultural Heritage and Environment, Macquarie University
Dr Emlyn Dodd is an archaeologist investigating ancient wine and oil production across the Mediterranean. He has worked at Pompeii in Italy and the Acropolis and Classical Agora in Athens, and is currently coordinating a project searching for archaeological evidence of ancient production on Cycladic islands. He is also a specialist consultant at the Roman site of Antiochia ad Cragum in southern Turkey, with the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Nov 08, 2020 11:12 am UTC| Business
Pompeii is famed for plaster-cast bodies, ruins, frescoes and the rare snapshot it provides of a rather typical ancient Roman city. But less famous is its evidence of viticulture. Wild grapevines probably existed across...