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Aegeus Society For Aegean Prehistory

LECTURES / CONFERENCES

  • FEBRUARY 2024
  • THU 1
  • FRI 2
  • SAT 3
  • SUN 4
  • MON 5
    Greece, Athens - 19:00

    Problematising coastal landscapes. Spatial markers of coastscape engagement and the application of GIS-based methods in Aegean Prehistory

    Belgian School at Athens & the Netherlands Institute at Athens, 11 Makri street

    "ATLAS" Lecture (in person)

    Christopher Nuttall (Swedish Institute at Athens)

    Co-organized by the Belgian School at Athens, Dipylon Society for Ancient Topography, the German Institute at Athens & the Netherlands Institute at Athens

    Program

  • TUE 6
    Greece, Athens - 20:00

    Kirrha, a Middle and Late Helladic Site on the Northern Shore of the Corinthian Gulf : An ongoing research

    Online

    Lecture (online)

    Raphaël Orgeolet (Centre Camille Jullian / Université d’Aix-Marseille)

    Co-organized by the Institut français des études anatoliennes (IFEA), the Institut français du Proche-Orient (IFPO), the École française d’Athènes (EFA), the Institut français d’archéologie orientale (IFAO)

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  • WED 7
  • THU 8
  • FRI 9
  • SAT 10
  • SUN 11
  • MON 12
  • TUE 13
    Greece, Thessaloniki - 19:00

    British School at Athens – Annual Open Meeting 2024

    Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki, in the ‘Manolis Andronikos’ lecture room

    Lecture (in person)

    Rebecca Sweetman (BSA Director), Evangelia Kiriatzi (Fitch Laboratory Director)

    “The Work of the British School at Athens in 2023”
    Rebecca Sweetman (BSA Director)

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    “The Marc & Ismene Fitch Laboratory for Archaeological Science:
    50 years”
    Evangelia Kiriatzi (Fitch Laboratory Director)

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    Invitation

  • WED 14
    UK, London - 15:30

    Moving, Making, Meaning: Pebbles in the Archaeology of Bronze Age Crete

    Bedford Room, G37, Ground Floor, Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU

    Hybrid lecture

    Ellen Finn

  • THU 15
    Greece, Athens - 19:00

    British School at Athens – Annual Open Meeting 2024

    Archaeological Society (Lecture Hall), 22 Panepistimiou Street

    Lecture (in person)

    Rebecca Sweetman (BSA Director), Evangelia Kyriatzi (Fitch Laboratory Director)

    “The Work of the British School at Athens in 2023”
    Rebecca Sweetman (BSA Director)

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    “The Marc & Ismene Fitch Laboratory for Archaeological Science: 50 years”
    Evangelia Kyriatzi (Fitch Laboratory Director)

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    Invitation

  • FRI 16
  • SAT 17
  • SUN 18
  • MON 19
    Cyprus, Nicosia - 19:30

    The mountains of Crete in the Bronze Age: Current archaeological approaches

    ARU Lecture Room and online

    Lecture (in person or online)

    Yiannis Papadatos (NKUA) Tina Kalatzopoulou (NKUA & Belgian School at Athens)

    61st Public Lecture Series

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    Organized by the University of Cyprus, Archeological Reseerch Unit

  • TUE 20
    Greece, Athens - 18:30

    Διερευνώντας πρακτικές στην κεραμική τεχνολογία της Προϊστορίας: πειραματική αναπαραγωγή και πετρογραφική έρευνα

    10 Kekropos street, Plaka

    Lecture (in person)

    Georgia Kordatzaki

    Program

    Organized by the Association for Research on Ancient Greek and Byzantine Technology

     

  • WED 21
  • THU 22
    Greece, Athens - 19:00

    Death, Community, and Memory, The Blue Stone Structure at Ancient Eleon

    Cotsen Hall, Hybrid Lecture, Anapiron Polemou 9, Kolonaki 10676

    Hybrid lecture

    Brendan Burke

  • FRI 23
    Greece, Athens - 19:00

    Stone technologies by the lake: the macrolithic assemblage from Neolithic Dispilio, Kastoria, NW Greece

    Swedish Institute at Athens (Μitseon 9, Acropolis Metro station)

    Aegean Lectures

    Tasos Bekiaris (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki)

  • SAT 24
    Cyprus, Nicosia - 09:00

    Το Έργον ’23, Ετήσια Ημερίδα για το Αρχαιολογικό Έργο του Πανεπιστημίου Κύπρου το 2023

    ARU Lecture Room and online

    Lecture (in person or via Zoom)

    Organized by the University of Cyprus, Archeological Research Unit

    Program

    Invitation

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  • SUN 25
  • MON 26
    Greece, Athens - 19:00

    Ancient Lapithos. How legacy data has contributed toward a new understanding of the Middle Bronze Age in Cyprus

    House of Cyprus, 2 Xenophon street

    Lecture (in person or online)

    Jeniffer M. Webb (University La Trobe, Melbourne)

    Η διάλεξη με θέμα “Ancient Lapithos. How legacy data has contributed toward a new understanding of the Middle Bronze Age in Cyprus” (Αρχαία Λάπηθος. Πώς έχουν συµβάλει τα δεδομένα παλαιών ανασκαφών σε µία νέα κατανόηση της Μέσης Εποχής του Χαλκού στην Κύπρο) εντάσσεται στην ετήσια σειρά διαλέξεων, “Η αρχαιολογία της Κύπρου” και θα πραγματοποιηθεί στην αγγλική γλώσσα.

    Προλογίζει ο Γιώργος Βαβουρανάκης (ΕΚΠΑ)

    Invitation

    Link for online attendance

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    USA, New York - 12:00

    New Perspectives on Settlement Patterns in the Bronze Age Cyclades: A View from the Margins

    Online

    The New York Aegean Bronze Age Colloquium, Lecture (online)

    Alex Knodell (Department of Classics, Carleton College)

    This talk will present new evidence for Bronze Age settlement and land use,
    collected by the Small Cycladic Islands Project (SCIP). Since 2019, SCIP has carried out systematic intensive surveys of 68 small, currently uninhabited islands throughout the Cyclades. Some of the most exciting results of the project pertain to prehistory, including new settlements and other sites from all phases of the Bronze Age. Together, these results from long-forgotten places, usually considered marginal, lead us to rethink systems of settlement and connectivity across the archipelago as a whole.

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  • TUE 27
  • WED 28
    Greece, Athens - 19:00

    Άνθρωποι και ζώα στην Ελλάδα την Eποχή των Παγετώνων

    ASCSA, M. H. Wiener Laboratory Seminar Room, 54 Souidias street

    Lecture (in person or online)

    Dimitris Michailidis (Wiener Lab, ASCSA) Katerina Papayianni (Wiener Lab, ASCSA)

    Greece, Pachia Ammos - 19:00

    Ahhiyawa and Mycenaean Greece. A View from the Southeast Aegean-Southwest Coastal Anatolian Region

    INSTAP Study Center for East Crete and online

    Lecture (online via Zoom)

    Salvatore Vitale (Universita di Pisa)

    INSTAP Online Lectures

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  • THU 29
    Greece, Athens - 19:30

    The Construction and Maintenance of Cooperative Institutions at Early Bronze Age Mochlos

    Irish Institute of Hellenic Studies, 51a Navarhou Notara street

    Lecture (online)

    Luke Kaiser, (School of Anthropology Archaeology Concentration, University of Arizona)

    Organized by the Irish Institute of Hellenic Studies

    As established by the evidence from the Prepalatial cemetery, Mochlos was a socially ranked community with considerable access to the Early Bronze Age exchange network. This observation has prompted new research focused on illuminating the structure of the Prepalatial Mochlos community. During my graduate studies, I was tasked with studying the Early Bronze Age ceramic material from a series of Prepalatial households at Mochlos.
    Based on this research, I propose that the Mochlos community utilized social memory as a tool to generate cooperative institutions and maintain group cohesion. These institutions are reflected in the household assemblages through conformity to Western Anatolian and Cycladic pottery, textile, and metallurgical traditions and the adoption of Early and Middle Prepalatial wares from the Mirabello and the South Coast near Ierapetra. This balance created a uniquely Mochlosian culture that reinforced cooperative institutions by simultaneously connecting the community to its past and its present, both in their daily lives and through ceremonial activities in the cemetery.

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    Greece, Thessaloniki - 19:00

    Ντικιλί Τας: ένας μακρόβιος προϊστορικός οικισμός στην ανατολική Μακεδονία

    Cast Museum, Basement of the new building of the School of Philosophy, AUTh

    Hybrid lecture

    Pascal Darcque, Χάιδω Κουκούλη, Δημητρία Μαλαμίδου & Ζωή Τσιρτσώνη

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    Organised by the Department of Archaeology – Aristotle University of Thessaloniki