International Conference, "Destruction, Survival, and Economic Recovery in the Greek World"

Thursday, May 16, 2019 - 19:00 to Saturday, May 18, 2019 - 17:00
ASCSA, Cotsen Hall, Anapiron Polemou 9
Event Description: 

International Conference, "Destructions, Survival, and Recovery in Ancient Greece"

May 16, Cotsen Hall, ASCSA,
19h00 E.M. Harris and S. Fachard. “Destruction, Survival, and Recovery in Ancient Greece.”

May 17, Cotsen Hall, ASCSA,
09:30 T. Karkanas. “Destruction, Abandonment, Reoccupation: What Microstratigraphy and
phology Can Tell Us”
10:15 J. Bintliff. “The Survival of Cities after Military Devastation: Comparing the Classical Greek and Roman Experience”
11:00 Break
11:30 A. Herda. “Playing with Fire: How Miletos Survived the Persian Conquest and Occupation
in 494-479 BCE”
12:15 J. Camp. “The Persian Destruction of Athens: Sources and Archaeology”
13: 00 Break
15:00 C. Marconi. “The Carthaginian Conquest of Selinus in 409 BCE: Diodorus and Archaeology”
15:45 M. Bessios, A. Athanassiadou, and K. Noulas. “Ancient Methone (354 B.C.)”
16:30 S. Psoma. “The Destruction of Cities in Northern Greece during the Classical and
Hellenistic Periods”
17: 15 Discussion

May 18, Cotsen Hall, ASCSA
09:30 A. Bresson. “Rhodes 227 BCE”
10:15 G. Ackermann. “The Three Sieges of Eretria during the Hellenistic Period and Their Impact on the Town’s Development”
11:00 Break
11:30 B. Forsén. “Destruction and Colonisation: Effects of the Roman Arrival in Epirus”
12:15 C.K. Williams, K. Slane, and N. Bookidis. “From the Destruction of Corinth to Laus Iulia Corinthiensis”
13:00 Break
15:00 D. Rogers. “Athens and Sulla: Revisiting the Extent of the ‘Siege’ of 86 BCE”
15:45 L. Chioti. “The Herulian Invasion in Athens (267 CE): The Archaeological Evidence”
16:30 Conclusion: Roundtable and discussion