Gretchen Stricker is a Ph.D. Student whose research interests include Roman water technologies in the Near East and Cypriot archaeology. She received her B.A. in Classical Civilizations, Anthropology, and Latin from Creighton University in 2013, and her M.A. in Classical Archaeology from the University of Missouri- Columbia in 2015. Her M.A. Thesis, entitled “A Climatological and Contextual Analysis of Roman Water Technologies in Cyprus,” examines the long-distance supply, intramural distribution and storage, and use and display of water on Cyprus during the Roman period and how these trends relate to other parts of the Roman Empire. Gretchen has spent the last five years excavating with the Athienou Archaeological Project in Athienou, Cyprus where she is a lab manager and mostly works as a registrar and object conservator.
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