Concluding the 1st FLAME Conference

The 1st FLAME Conference at Princeton University was a great success – with a day and a half of talks followed by a half-day workshop to discuss FLAME as a project. Our speakers – in the fields of history, archaeology, numismatics and digital humanities – have all discussed different aspects of the late antique and early medieval economy, ranging from broad overviews to detailed case studies. We have all received a lot of insightful comments and suggestions for the future and are looking forward to implementing those into our work and future development of FLAME.


A few photos from the conference (click on any photo for a larger version):

A group photo of the conference speakers and most of our participants:
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Our conference hall during sessions:
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The coin exhibit at the conference, showcasing late antique coins from Princeton University’s numismatic collection:
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Photo credits: Vered Rekanati-Mordechai

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