Lectures

24 April: TEXNH-Lecture “On artistic transformations and models in Minoan iconography: Some examples of warlike scenes”, by Prof. Fritz Blakolmer, University of Vienna

(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 […]

11 april, Lecture ” “And may you, Phoibos, give a gracious return”: Writing and Piety in archaic Greece “, Prof. Rosalind Thomas (Oxford University)

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 […]

27 March TEXNH-Lecture: Cross-craft interaction under the microscope (Dr. Carlotta Gardner, Fitch 2024 Research and Outreach Officer, BSA)

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 (NL) are very pleased to announce a lecture by Dr. Carlotta Gardner, Fitch 2024 Research and […]

Now Online: 6th TEXNH-Lecture: “Working side by side with goldsmiths in the Mycenaean times” (Dr. Eleni Konstantinidi-Syvridi, National Archaeological Museum Athens)

We are glad to share with you the online registration of the sixth session of our TEXNH-series, which took place on November 8. After a short introduction by NIA-director Prof. Ann Brysbaert, Dr. Eleni Konstantinidi-Syvridi, National Archaeological Museum Athens, delivered the lecture: “Working side by side with goldsmiths in the Mycenaean times”. The registration also […]