Victoria Moses

About Victoria Moses

Victoria (Vicki) Moses is part of the Archaeology of the Mediterranean World concentration at the UA. She has conducted fieldwork in Rome, Arcadia, and Sardinia, as well as central Ghana and Northern Michigan. Her focus is on faunal analysis in the Mediterranean.

Selected Publications

Archaeological Institute of America (AIA) Annual Meeting: Poster presentation, Animals in Ritual at Sant'Omobono, Rome, January 2014

 

Center for Mediteranean Archaeology and the Environment (CMATE): Poster presentation, Status and Meat Consumption in Pompeii: Diet and its Social Implications through the Analysis of Ancient Primary Sources and Zooarchaeological Remains, Spring 2013

 

Projects

The Sant'Omobono Project: Faunal Analyst and Environmental Archaeology Supervisor, 2013-present

The Mount Lykaion Survey and Excavation Project: Lower Sanctuary Faunal Analyst, 2013-present

Pompeii Archaeological Research Project: Porta Stabia (PARP:PS): Faunal Research Assistant, 2012

The Kranka Dada Project, 2012

The Siddi Plateau Project, 2011

Research Interests

Research Interests:

  • Zooarchaeology
  • Mediterranean Archaeology
  • The Archaeology of religion
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Contact Information

Degree(s)

2012: Bachelor of Arts from the University of Michigan, Anthropology and French and Francophone Studies, graduated with Highest Honors and Distinction