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Aegeus Society For Aegean Prehistory

LECTURES / CONFERENCES

  • MON 1
  • TUE 2
    Greece, Athens - 18:00

    Integrating isotopic, archaeological, and historical evidence for high-quality reconstruction of past human lifeways (diet, nutrition, mobility, and chronology) from the Greek Bronze Age to the collapse of the Roman Empire

    Wiener Laboratory, ASCSA

    Fitch-Wiener Labs Seminar Series

    Ricardo Fernandes (University of Oxford & Masaryk University)

    Greece, Athens - 19:00

    Τελετουργίες και κεραμική στις Κυκλάδες κατά την πρώιμη Ύστερη Εποχή του Χαλκού

    Athens Archaeological Society, Panepistimou 22

    Cycladic Seminar

    Angelia Papagiannopoulou (Hellenic Open University)

  • WED 3
    Greece, Athens - 18:30

    Οι οχυρώσεις του μυκηναϊκού κόσμου

    Herakleidon Museum. Herakleidon 16, Thiseio

    Lecture

    Konstantinos Nikolentzos, National Archaeological Museum

    Ticket: 3,00 €

  • THU 4
    UK, London - 18:30

    Cyprus in the Middle Bronze Age: New evidence from the Anglo-Cypriot excavations at Lapithos in 1913

    The Cyprus High Commission, 13 St. James’s Square

    Lecture

    Jennifer Webb (La Trobe University in Melbourne, Australia)

    Greece, Athens - 19:30

    Biographies of personal adornment in Neolithic Greece

    Irish Institute of Hellenic Studies, Navarchou Notara 51

    Lecture

    Fotis Ifantidis

  • FRI 5
    United Kingdom, London

    Cypriot archaeology, pre-modern material culture, and cultural heritage in the UK

    Institute of Archaeology, University College London, Auditorium G6 and A.G. Leventis Gallery

    Symposium

    Greece, Athens - 19:00

    Strofilas on Andros. Expanding the horizons of the Aegean Neolithic

    Norwegian Institute at Athens, Tsami Karatasou 5

    Lecture

    Christina A. Televantou (Director of the excavations at Strofilas, Andros)

    Greece, Chania 05/04/2019 - 07/04/2019

    24th ESTIA

    Center of Mediterranean Architecture (“Grand Arsenal”)

    Conference

  • SAT 6
    Greece, Chania 05/04/2019 - 07/04/2019

    24th ESTIA

    Center of Mediterranean Architecture (“Grand Arsenal”)

    Conference

  • SUN 7
    Greece, Chania 05/04/2019 - 07/04/2019

    24th ESTIA

    Center of Mediterranean Architecture (“Grand Arsenal”)

    Conference

  • MON 8
  • TUE 9
  • WED 10
  • THU 11
  • FRI 12
    Greece, Athens 12/04/2019 - 13/04/2019

    Modus Operandi – Traditional and Innovative in Archaeology

    German Archaeological Institute, Fidiou 1

    Conference

    Greece, Athens 12/04/2019 - 13/04/2019

    Middle and Late Helladic Laconia. Competing Principalities?

    Netherlands Institute at Athens, Makri 11

    Conference

  • SAT 13
    Greece, Athens 12/04/2019 - 13/04/2019

    Modus Operandi – Traditional and Innovative in Archaeology

    German Archaeological Institute, Fidiou 1

    Conference

    Greece, Athens 12/04/2019 - 13/04/2019

    Middle and Late Helladic Laconia. Competing Principalities?

    Netherlands Institute at Athens, Makri 11

    Conference

  • SUN 14
  • MON 15
    Greece, Athens - 19:00

    Dying to connect: a mortuary approach to southern Aegean connectivity in the middle and late Bronze Age

    British School at Athens, Upper House, 52 Souedias Street

    Lecture

    Christina Ichim (BSA Richard Bradford McConnel Student / PhD candidate, UCL)

    Cyprus, Nicosia - - 19:30

    Metallic status symbols from Cypriot Early Iron Age élite burials (LC IIIB/CG) – Helmets, shepherd’s crooks, mace heads and tridents as indicators for social rank and élite self-conception within Cypriot society of the late 2nd and early 1st Millennium B.C.

    Archaeological Research Unit (Gladstonos 12)

    Lecture

    C. Vonhoff

  • TUE 16
    Greece, Athens - 18:00

    The Cretan “Matrix” of Mycenaean writing and administration

    Amphitheatre of the National Archaeological Museum (Tositsa 1)

    Mycenaean Seminar of Athens

    Vassilis Petrakis (Ministry of Education, Research and Religious Affairs / National Hellenic Research Foundation)

  • WED 17
  • THU 18
  • FRI 19
  • SAT 20
  • SUN 21
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  • TUE 23
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  • THU 25
  • FRI 26
  • SAT 27
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  • MON 29
  • TUE 30