Aegeus-Society for Aegean Prehistory and the Swedish Institute at Athens are very pleased to announce the Aegean Lectures for the academic year 2017-2018. All lectures until April will take place at the Swedish Institute (Mitseon 9, Athens), at 19:00 on the following dates:
Friday, 10 November 2017
Living, dying, and praying on a Late Bronze Age – Early Iron Age
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Also, due to our heavy workload, the newsletter of January and February will not be sent to our members. Brief notices, however, will continue to be sent via email.
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Aegeus participates on the organisation of an educational workshop about the theoretical principles and also specific techniques of 3D object imaging for cultural heritage: Monday, 19 December 2016, 10.00-18.00, Irish Institute of Hellenic Studies, Notara 51a, Athens. Workshop instructors: Konstantinos Papadopoulos (Maynooth University, Ireland), Eleni Kotoula (Yale University), Kiraz Goze Akoglou (Yale University). Registration cost: 25 €.
Workshop seats are rather limited (15).
Aegeus is pleased to invite you to its Annual Meeting which will take place on Thursday the 2nd of June 2016, at 6:30 pm, at the British School a t Athens, Upper House.
Aegeus’ work undertaken during the previous year will be presented, and Prof. John Bennet (British School at Athens – University of Sheffield) will give a lecture entitled “What were Aegean texts for?”.
Aegeus-Society for Aegean Prehistory and the Swedish Institute at Athens are very pleased to announce the Aegean lectures for the period January – June 2016 and invite you to our first lecture. The lectures will take place at the Swedish Institute at Athens (Μitseon 9, Acropolis Metro station), every month.
We wish you a very prosperous and happy new year! We are pleased to inform you that we have added a review-article in our journal “Aegean Studies”. The review-article, written by Dr Vasso Fotou, is entitled: Calculating the manpower requirements for the construction of Neopalatial buildings in Crete: pitfalls, challenges and possibilities. For further information please see the section of our journal Aegean Studies.
It is our great pleasure to inform you that the Archaeological Receipts Fund (TAP) donated to the library of Aegeus dozens of monographs on prehistoric archeology, as well as the journals Αρχαιολογικό Δελτίο and Αρχαιολογικά Ανάλεκτα εξ Αθηνών. We would like to express our warmest thanks to the Archaeological Receipts Fund for this important donation.