Emlyn Dodd

Emlyn Dodd

Emlyn’s research specialises in the production of wine and oil in antiquity, including associated technologies, knowledges, trade, and economic patterns. He is Research Affiliate at the Australian Archaeological Institute at Athens and the Centre for Ancient Cultural Heritage and Environment. He also directs two survey projects in Italy and the Cyclades (collaboratively with the AAIA and BSA). He has won numerous international grants and fellowships, including from the Australian Academy of the Humanities and Australasian Society for Classical Studies, and has previously worked at Delos, the Athenian Agora and Acropolis, Pompeii, and in Turkey.

He joined the BSR in 2021 where he co-coordinates the BSR’s archaeological research program, including major excavations at Falerii Novi.

Emlyn is based in Rome. You can contact him at ADarchaeology@bsrome.it or by telephone on +39 06 32649374.

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