The AIA abstracts for the up-coming conference are now on-line. Here are the details of the Pompeii session:
Session 3B: In the shadow of Vesuvius
Friday Jan 9th, 1.30 - 4.30 pm; Chair: Ian Sutherland, Gallaudet University.
1. Stabiae, 2002-2008: Surveys and Excavations
Thomas Howe, Southwestern University/Fondazione Restoring Ancient Stabiae, Ian Sutherland, Gallaudet University, Lindley Vann, University of Maryland, Katherine Gleason, Cornell University, Meg Watters, Steven Wilkes, and Eamonn Baldwin, University of Birmingham, U.K., Giovanna Bonfacio, SAP, Enzo Morrà and Maurizio Fedi, Università di Napoli, Federico II
2. The Great Peristyle Garden of the Villa Arianna at Stabiae
Ian M. Sutherland, Gallaudet University, R. Lindley Vann, University of Maryland, College Park, Kathryn L. Gleason, Cornell University, Amina-Aicha Malek, Laboratoire Archeologies d’Orient et d’Occident, Paris, and Michele A. Palmer, Landscape Architect
3. The Oplontis Project 2007-2008: Evidence of Demolition and Remodeling at Villa A (Villa of Poppaea) after 45 C.E.
Michael L. Thomas and John R. Clarke, The University of Texas at Austin
4. Lead Contamination in the Drinking Water of Ancient Campania
Duncan Keenan-Jones, Norman Pearson, and Justin Payne, Macquarie University, John Hellstrom, University of Melbourne, and Russell Drysdale, University of Newcastle
5. The Network of Urban Shrines at Pompeii
Lydia A. Herring-Harrington, University of Michigan
6. Scene Setting Silverware: Dining Among Deformed Figures in Pompeii
Tracy L. Hensley, Skidmore College
7. Animal Shows in Roman Pompeii
Allison L. C. Emmerson, University of Cincinnati
8. Masseria De Carolis: Eruptions and Resettlement on the North Slope of Mt. Vesuvius
Girolamo F. De Simone, St. John’s College, University of Oxford
Abstracts can be viewed at: http://www.archaeological.org/webinfo.php?page=10489
I'm hoping to hear some reports back from the conference. I'm really sorry not to be there.