Colloquium: 15 Years of AΙΓΕΙΡΟΣ. Building a Research Network for Young Scholars in Athens

Friday, December 1, 2017 - 09:00 to Saturday, December 2, 2017 - 12:30
German Archaeological Institute, Fidiou 1
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15 Years of AΙΓΕΙΡΟΣ. Building a Research Network for Young Scholars in Athens

1st day, Friday 01-12-2017

9:00 Katja Sporn (Athens) Welcome by the Director of the German Archaeological Institute Athens
ΑΙΓΕΙΡΟΣ-Team and the Organizing Committee
9:15 Ulrich Thaler (Athens) Forever young and poplar. 15 years of Aigeiros

9:30 Philippe Baeriswyl The Aphrodision Quarter of Argos in the Mycenaean Period (in German)
10:00 Daniel Frank (Heidelberg/Athens) Life beyond the Palace. A Mycenaean Settlement in the vicinity of Tiryns
10:30 Anne Duray (Stanford/Athens) Excavating Archives: Archaeological Knowledge Production, Disciplinary Intersections, and the Late Bronze Age – Early Iron Age Transition in Greece

11:00 Coffee break

11:30 Aimee Michelle Genova Means to an End: Archaeological Replicas in Crete during the late-19th century
12:00 Maurizio Musio (Salerno/Athens) Urban Formation and Transformation in Crete: historiography, issues and some working hypotheses
12:30 Federica Di Biase Domestic space in Crete during the Hellenistic time: problems, methodology and prospects of (Salerno/Athens) investigation

13:00 Lunch break

14:00 Simone Oppen Athenian topography and the 472 BCE performance of Aeschylus’ Persians
(New York/Athens)
14:30 Dimitrios Bartzis (Athens) The rediscovery of a seemingly undiscovered column drum from the monument of Nicias
15:00 Florian Klauser (Würzburg) Agonistische Denkmäler im hellenistischen und kaiserzeitlichen Athen (in German)

15:30 Coffee break

16:00 Anne Fohgrub (Leipzig) Macedonia and beyond. Exchange and identity in sepulchral architecture
16:30 Hristina Ivanova (Berlin/Athens) Coinage, standards and identity in the West Pontic Area.
The case study of the mint in Apollonia Pontica

19:00 Speakers Dinner

2nd day, Saturday, 02-12-2017

9:00 Christopher S. Parmenter Small things forgotten from Apollo Hylates, Kourion, Cyprus
(New York/Athens)
9:30 Sandra Zipprich (Marburg) Galloping for Zeus. Equids and their gear in the Olympian sanctuary
10:00 Johanna Fuchs (Athens) Fire and Water – A brief insight into two research projects in Kalapodi
and the Heraion of Samos

10:30 Coffee break

11:00 Christopher Cornthwaite The Goddess and the Romans: Membership in the Sanctuary of the Syrian Goddess
(Toronto/Athens) on Delos
11:30 Konstantinos Fakkas The Greek Retinue of the Julio-Claudian Emperors: A Study on their Careers and Role
(Athens) in the Early Imperial Administration
12:00 Giorgos Mitropoulos Searching for the imitatio Imperatoris: Origins, definition and a few tales from the
(Athens) Graeco-Roman East (31 BC – 235 AD)