Scott Stull lectures on Medieval Novgorod, Wednesday, October 3
Scott Stull of the Sociology/Anthropology Department at SUNY Cortland will present a public lecture entitled "The Archaeology of Medieval Novgorod" on Wednesday, October 3, at 6:30 pm, in CNS 208.
Veliky Novgorod was one of the most important cities of medieval Eastern Europe. Located on the Volkhov River, it connected the trading centers of the Baltic Sea and northern Europe with the vast trade networks of Byzantium and the Islamic world. The unique history and setting of Novgorod have led to some of the most remarkable preservation of archaeological materials from the medieval world. This illustrated talk will give an overview and introduction to the medieval history and archaeology of this fascinating city.
Dr. Stull's lecture is co-sponsored by the Finger Lakes Chapter of the New York State Archaeological Association and by the Ithaca College Program in Medieval and Renaissance Studies.
Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodation should contact Dan Breen, Program Coordinator of Medieval and Renaissance Studies, by email at email@example.com or by phone at (607) 274-1014. We ask that requests for accommodation be made as soon as possible.