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.
We would like to thank Kostas Kalogeropoulos for his excellent lecture that he gave on the 29th of March 2013 at the Swedish Institute at Athens on the very important unpublished material from the Mycenaean acropolis of Brauron. We would also like to thank all the members and friends of Aegeus for attending our lecture. Our wholehearted best wishes to Kostas Kalogeropoulos for the continuation and completion of his study.
Aegeus and the Swedish Institute at Athens are happy to invite you to the lecture: ‘The acropolis of Brauron in the Mycenaean period’ (in Greek), by Kostas Kalogeropoulos (Academy of Athens).
We would like to thank Sophia Dimaki for her excellent lecture that she gave on the 22nd of February 2013 at the Swedish Institute at Athens on the very important unpublished Mycenaean archaeological material from the LH IIB-IIIA1 cemetery in Kalapodi in Locris (Phthiotis Prefecture). We would also like to thank all the members and friends of Aegeus for attending our first lecture. Our wholehearted best wishes to Sophia Dimaki for the continuation and completion of her study.
Aegeus and the Swedish Institute at Athens are happy to invite you to the lecture: The LH IIB – IIIA1 periods at Kalapodi (Locris) (in Greek), by Sofia Dimaki (14th Ephorate οf Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities). The lecture will take place at the Swedish Institute at Athens (Μitseon 9, Acropolis Metro station), on Friday 22 February 2013, 19:00.
Aegeus would like to thank the Institute of Classical Studies (of London) for its very generous and significant donation of 450 Euros. Such donations give us the strength to continue our work during this very difficult period.
Aegeus –Society for Aegean Prehistory, in collaboration with the Swedish Institute at Athens, is pleased to announce the launch of the Aegean Lectures. The Aegean Lectures are designed to present new findings, new excavations and new research studies on the prehistory of the Aegean and neighbouring regions, such as Cyprus and Asia Minor, from the Palaeolithic to the Early Iron Age (Geometric times).
Aegeus, the University Library of Heidelberg, the Institute of Classical Archaeology of the University of Heidelberg and Propylaeum (Virtual Library of Classical Studies) are pleased to announce the beginning of a very important partnership. This collaboration aims to help researchers of Aegean prehistoric archaeology to search for books that are very hard to find in local libraries.
In spite of the Greek financial crisis, Aegeus resists strongly. The new academic year finds Aegeus with new projects and new collaborations with other foundations. We will inform you as soon as possible.
And as it seems, this year will be very interesting, with new books, many lectures and conferences!
Dear members and friends, Aegeus wishes you a happy summer and a prosperous fieldwork season. During the summer, our website will be updated only sporadically as most of us are participating in excavations and other research projects. Please, if you are a member of Aegeus, we would greatly appreciate if you could renew your subscription for the year 2012, as this is the only way to cover Aegeus's expenses.
Dear Members of Aegeus,
In these extremely difficult financial times, Aegeus is striving to continue its efforts to promote Aegean Prehistory; the research as well as the protection of our cultural heritage. The difficulties and problems we face make the need even stronger for a channel of communication, and for cooperation in order to jointly defend our goals. The work of Aegeus, up to date, has been made possible solely thanks to the material and moral support of its members; and it is only thanks to this support that we may continue to grow.
Dear members and friends,
Aegeus is sorry to announce the withdrawal of the conference proceedings “Archaeology and Heinrich Schliemann” from its website. Regarding this matter, we would like to inform you the following:
Aegeus would like to thank the Institute of Classical Studies (of London) for its significant donation of 300 Euros. We are also grateful to Dr Olga Krzyszkowska for donating to our Aegean Library publications of the British School at Athens.
Aegeus is proud to present his upgraded website. The improved website is not only a domain where information and news on Aegean prehistoric archaeology are presented, it is above all a place where the members and friends of Aegeus can express their opinion and exchange ideas. Moreover, it is possible for the members of Aegeus to have their own personal web-page.
The website of Aegeus is currently being upgraded. The improved website will have new sections including the Journal of Aegeus, Aegean Studies as well as an image gallery where images from old books (where copyright has expired) will be presented. It will also be possible in the new website for members to have their own personal page where they can present their research. The most important new update will be the opportunity for all of you to express your opinion on all the news and archaeological matters presented on the website.