Sylviane Déderix & Kalliopi Efkleidou

Tuesday, January 11, 2022 - 18:00 to 19:00
EFA, Didotou 6 & via Zoom
Event Description: 

Funerary Landscapes in the Bronze Age Aegean

Sylviane Déderix École française d’Athènes & UCLouvain/INCAL/AEGIS
Siting and Sighting Tombs in Prepalatial Crete

Kalliopi Efkleidou Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Death in Motion: Exploring Aspects of Mycenaean Funerary Processions with the Use of GIS

Υβριδικό σεμινάριο με υποχρεωτική εγγραφή / Hybrid seminar with mandatory registration / Séminaire hybride avec inscription obligatoire

Περίληψη / Resume / Résumé

The first session of the seminar “Diverse perspectives on … the city” focuses on the relationships between the living and the dead in the Bronze Age Aegean.
The issue is addressed through the prism of landscape archaeology and the use of geospatial technologies. Two case studies are discussed: Prepalatial Crete, on the one hand, and the Mycenaean Argolid, on the other.