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UPDATE! “The Constant Participant” (8-10 Μαΐου) Τελικό Πρόγραμμα & Zoom link

We are happy to announce the final program of the conference “The Constant Participant” that will take place in Athens from 8-10 May 2024. The conference is coorganised by the Danish Institute at Athens, the Finnish Institute at Athens and the Netherlands Institute at Athens and will be hosted by the Danish Institute. If you […]

24 Απριλίου: TEXNH-Διάλεξη “On artistic transformations and models in Minoan iconography: Some examples of warlike scenes”, by Prof. Fritz Blakolmer, Πανεπιστήμιο της Βιέννης

(Illustration: Reconstruction of the frieze of the silver Battle Krater from Shaft Grave IV at Mycenae) The Netherlands Institute at Athens, in collaboration with the Royal Museums of Art and History Brussels, The National Archaeological Museum Athens, The Archaeological Research Unit of the University of Cyprus, The École française d’Athènes and The University College Roosevelt […]

“HYDOR: Water Resources and Management in the Aegean Bronze Age” XXth International Aegean Conference (Άμστερνταμ, 11-16 Ιουνίου)

It is with great pleasure that we share the announcement of the conference “HYDOR: Water Resources and Management in the Aegean Bronze Age”, the XXth international Aegean Conference, which will take place from 11-16 June at the University of Amsterdam in The Netherlands. Water is arguably the most important substance of human life. However, in […]

11 Απριλίου, Διάλεξη ” “And may you, Phoibos, give a gracious return”: Writing and Piety in archaic Greece “, Καθ. Rosalind Thomas (Πανεπιστήμιο της Οξφόρδης)

The Netherlands Institute at Athens kindly invites you to a lecture by Prof. Rosalind Thomas Oxford University, UK “And may you, Phoibos, give a gracious return”: Writing and Piety in archaic Greece 11 April 2024, 18.00 The lecture, which is the keynote lecture of the Symposium “Records and Religious Knowledge in ancient Greece” that will […]

11 Απριλίου: Συμπόσιο “Records and Religious Knowledge in ancient Greece”

We are pleased to announce the programme for the upcoming symposium  ‘Records and Religious Knowledge in ancient Greece’, to be held at the Netherlands Institute in Athens on 11th of April 2024. The symposium aims to explore how epigraphic documents organised, displayed and disseminated religious knowledge in the ancient Greek world. In the famously oral […]