Andrew J. Koh
MS 092 Brandeis University
415 South St
Waltham, MA 02454
Lecturer, Classical Studies and Anthropology
Andrew Koh specializes in the study of ancient organic commodities. He is particularly interested in the sourcing, production, trade, and consumption of manufactured commodities that correspond with the various complex societies of the 2nd and 1st millennia BCE Mediterranean. His research interests include ceramic residue analysis, ethnoarchaeology, landscape archaeology, and the cultural heritage of Crete. Dr. Koh has been the director of the ARCHEM project since 2003 and has worked in Greece, Egypt, Israel, and Turkey.
Koh, Andrew J. and P. P. Betancourt. "Wine and Olive Oil from an Early Minoan Hilltop Fort." Mediterranean Archaeology and Archaeometry 10. 2 (2010): 15-23.
Thomas M. Brogan and Andrew J. Koh. 2008 Feasting at Mochlos? New Evidence for Wine Production, Storage, and Consumption from a Bronze Age Harbor Town on Crete. In Dais: The Aegean Feast, L. Hitchcock and R. Laffineur (Eds.). Aegaeum 29: 125-131. Liège: Université de Liège; Austin: University of Texas.
2008 Wreathed in a Fragrant Cloud: Reconstructing a Late Bronze Age Aegean Workshop of Aromata. Saarbrücken: VDM Aktiengesellschaft.
2006 Locating the htm n p3 hr of the Workmen's Village at Deir el-Medina. In Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt 42: 95-101.