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AEGEUS NEWS | 2013

Anna Philippa-Touchais and Gilles Touchais’ lecture

We would like to thank Anna Philippa-Touchais and Gilles Touchais for their excellent lecture on the recent archaeological evidence from the excavations of the MH settlement of Aspis at Argos. We wish them the best of luck with the ongoing research of the area and the publication of the findings. We would also like to thank the large number of members and friends who attended the lecture.

Next Aegean Lecture on 6 December

Aegeus and the Swedish Institute at Athens are happy to invite you to the lecture: ‘Middle Helladic Argos: A process towards social complexity (lecture in Greek)’, by Anna Philippa-Touchais (École française d’Athènes) and Gilles Touchais (Paris I-Sorbonne).

The lecture will take place at the Swedish Institute at Athens (Μitseon 9, Acropolis Metro station), on Friday 6 December 2013, 19:00.

Aleydis Van De Moortel’s lecture

In a crowded room Aleydis Van De Moortel gave an impressive lecture on the Middle Bronze Age boat from Mitrou and the origins of Aegean boat building. We would like to warmly thank Aleydis Van de Moortel as well as the large number of members and friends who attended the lecture.

Next Aegean Lecture on 22 November

Aegeus and the Swedish Institute at Athens are happy to invite you to the lecture: ‘The Middle Bronze Age boat from Mitrou and the origins of Aegean boat building’, by Aleydis Van De Moortel (University of Tennessee, USA).

The lecture will take place at the Swedish Institute at Athens (Μitseon 9, Acropolis Metro station), on Friday 22 November 2013, 19:00.

A significant donation from the Norwegian Institute at Athens

Aegeus would like to express its sincere gratitude to the Norwegian Institute at Athens (Det Norske Institutt I Athen) for the generous donation of 500 Euros to the causes of our Society. Such actions not only offer us significant material support but also the much needed moral encouragement in order to continue our common effort in Aegeus Society.

Maria Kosma’s lecture

We would like to thank Maria Kosma for her excellent lecture on the recent discovery of Early Helladic Tombs at Nea Styra, Euboea. We wish her the best of luck with the ongoing research of the area and the publication of the findings. We would also like to thank the large number of members and friends who attended the lecture.

A new tax

Dear members and friends of Aegeus,

At a time of continuing economic crisis and recession, the Greek Ministry of Finance is once again imposing a business tax on any company or organisation including non-profit ones,  a tax that now amounts to 500 Euros every year. Practically, this means that about 10 % of the annual subscription of each one of our members is now paid back to the Greek Ministry of Finance, thus greatly reducing the limited resources of Aegeus, resources that would have been geared towards the implementation of the Aegeus projects.

Aegeus is back from the summer holidays!

Dear Members and Friends,

Over the next 6 months we will be gradually making changes to our website in order to improve its operation and update various sections. We would like to inform you in advance that some errors may appear during this process and we may have to disable several sections of the site for approximately one month. The Members of Aegeus will continue to receive emails with news on Aegean prehistoric archaeology throughout this period.

Happy summer!

Dear members and friends, we wish you a happy summer!

During the summer, our website will be updated only sporadically as most of us are participating in excavations and other research projects. Please, don’t forget to renew your subscription.

See you in September!

Next Aegean Lecture on 14 June

Aegeus and the Swedish Institute at Athens are happy to invite you to the presentation of the archaeological film TO.RA.KE. (with English subtitles) by Philippos Koutsaftis.

The presentation will take place at the Swedish Institute at Athens (Μitseon 9, Acropolis Metro station), on Friday 14 June 2013, 19:00.

Annual meeting of Aegeus on 17 May 2013

We would like to thank you all for attending Aegeus Annual Meeting that took place at the Upper House of the British School at Athens! We would, also, like to thank Georgia Stratouli for her excellent lecture on the Neolithic settlement in Avgi (Kastoria). Our wholehearted best wishes to Georgia Stratouli for continuation of her research activities!

Aegeus’ Annual Meeting on 17th of May 2013

Aegeus is pleased to invite you to its Annual Meeting which will take place on Friday the 17th of May 2013, at 6:30 pm at the British School at Athens, Upper House.

Aegeus’ work undertaken during the previous year will be presented, and Dr Georgia Stratouli (17th Ephorate οf Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities) will give a paper entitled “Tracing households, people and meanings: ten years of research activity at the Neolithic settlement of Avgi, Kastoria, NW Greece” (in Greek).

Michael Lindblom’s lecture

We would like to thank Michael Lindblom for his excellent lecture on the Mycenaean settlement in the Later Sanctuary of Poseidon on Kalaureia (Poros). We wish him all the best of luck with the publication of the findings. We would also like to sincerely thank the large number of members and friends who attended the lecture.

Next Aegean Lecture on 26 April

Aegeus and the Swedish Institute at Athens are happy to invite you to the lecture: ‘An LH IIIC Settlement in the Later Sanctuary of Poseidon on Kalaureia (Poros)’, by Michael Lindblom (University of Uppsala).

The lecture will take place at the Swedish Institute at Athens (Μitseon 9, Acropolis Metro station), on Friday 26 April 2013, 19:00.