The Petrie Oration
The Petrie Oration is the annual lecture of the Australian Institute of Archaeology. It commemorates the life and work of Sir William Matthew Flinders Petrie, who contributed so much to archaeology and to the collections of the Institute. It is delivered by significant archaeological scholars from Australia and Overseas.
Associate Professor Andrew S. Jamieson FSA,
University of Melbourne
Searching for the potters behind the pots:
the Tell Ahmar Neo-Assyrian ceramic assemblage.
Past Petrie Orations:
Dr Anna-Latifa Mourad,
Networks, Migrations, and the Enigma of the Hyksos
Emeritus Professor Ron Ridley FSA FAHA FRHS University of Melbourne
Talking sense about Akhenaten
Dr Jennifer Webb AM, La Trobe University
Copper production and trade in Middle Bronze Age Cyprus: The view from Lapithos