29 June 2017 Start
2 July 2017 End
10.00 am - 8.30 pm Time
Greece Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki (Manolis Andronikos Room), M. Andronikou str. 6, Thessaloniki

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3rd Greek-Turkish Epigraphical Symposium

Thursday, 29 June-Sunday, July 2, 2017

The Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki, the School of History-Archaeology of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and the School of Historical Studies if the Institute for Advanced Study of Princeton University organise the 3rd Greek-Turkish Epigraphical Symposium. The aim of this Symposium is to present the new unpublished Greek and Latin texts found in Greece and Asia Minor.


Thursday, 29 June, 2017

10.00 am-1.00 pm  Museum visits.

4.00 pm-4.30 pm   Welcome addresses.

4.30 pm-4.50 pm   Dr. Tzeni Veleni, Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki: Two inscriptions from the Hellenistic City of Petres in Florina.

4.50 pm-5.10 pm   Dr. Yannis Kalliontzis, École Française d’Athènes: An Inventory List from the Sanctuary of Artemis Brauronia found in Oropos.

5.10 pm-5.30 pm   Stergios Lioulias, Department of Antiquities of Emathia: A New Inventory from Beroea.

5.30 pm-6.00 pm   Discussion.

6.00 pm-6.20 pm   Break.

6.20 pm-6.40 pm   Prof. Mustafa Adak, University of Antalya: Die Neoi und das Temenos des Dionysas. Eine hellenistische Pachturkunde aus Teos.

6.40 pm-7.00 pm   Erkan Taşdelen, Hüseyin Uzunoğlu, University of Antalya: New Epigraphic Contribution to the City Walls of Teos.

7.00 pm-7.20 pm   Discussion.

8.30 pm  Dinner.

Friday, 30 June, 2017

10.00 am-10.20 am Prof. Mustafa H. Sayar, University of Istanbul: New Inscriptions from Kilikia Pedias.

10.20 am-10.40 am Dr. Mehmet Oktan, University of Antalya: New Votive Inscriptions from Nikomedeia.

10.40 am-11.00 am Dr. Bülent Öztürk, Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University: Inscribed Roman Lead Weights from the Territorium of Tios.

11.00 am-11.30 am Discussion.

11.30 am-11.50 am Break.

11.50 am-12.10 pm Dr. Elisavet P. Sioumpara, Head of the Program of Membra Disjecta, Service for the Restoration of the Acropolis Monuments (Y.S.M.A.), Dr. Andronike Makres, Greek Epigrahic Society, Hellenic Education & Research Center (HERC): Inscriptions from the Acropolis of Athens.

12.10 pm-12.30 pm Dr. Nasos Themos, Elena Zavvou, Epigraphical Museum, Athens: New Research in Lakonian Epigraphy.

12.30 pm-12.50 pm Discussion.

1.00 pm-4.00 pm   Lunch and break.

4.00 pm-4.20 pm   Dr. Argyroula Intzesiloglou, Department of Antiquities of Magnesia: Two Cretans in the City of Pherae, Thessaly, in the Early Hellenistic Period.

4.20 pm-4.40 pm   Dr. Ioulia Katsadima, Department of Antiquities of Epirus: Notes on some late Archaic-early Classical Inscriptions from Ambrakia (Epirus).

4.40 pm-5.00 pm  Discussion.

5.00 pm-5.20 pm   Break.

5.20 pm-5.40 pm   Prof. Pantelis Nigdelis, Pavlos Anagnostoudis, University of Thessaloniki: Epistatai reconsidered: A New Deed of Sale from Amphipolis.

5.40 pm-6.00 pm   Dr. Domna Terzopoulou, Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki: New Funerary Inscriptions from the Molyvoti Peninsula in Aegean Thrace.

6.00 pm-6.40 pm   Chrysa Karadima, Department of Antiquities of Rodopi: New milestones from Aegean Thrace.

6.40 pm-7.10 pm   Discussion.

8.30 pm     Dinner.

Saturday, July 1, 2017

10.00 am-10.20 am Dr. Tolga Özhan, University of Çanakkale: New Agonistic Inscriptions from Smintheion.

10.20 am-10.40 am Prof. Manolis Voutiras, University of Thessaloniki: A further testimony for the cult of Isis in Kios (Gemlik).

10.40 am-11.00 am Çiğdem Şimşek, University of Istanbul: New Inscriptions from Aizanoi.

11.00 am-11.30 am Discussion.

11.30 am-11.50 am Break.

11.50 am-12.10 pm Özge Acar, University of Antalya: Epigram for a Gladiator from Kibyra.

12.10 pm-12.30 pm Dr. Burak Takmer, University of Antalya: New Inscriptions from Pisidia.

12.30 pm-12.50 pm Dr. Nikos Tsivikis: Γεώδης σἁρξ: Middle Byzantine Inscribed Sarcophagi from Amorium (10th-11th c. AD).

12.50 pm-1.10 pm  Discussion.

1.10 pm-4.00 pm   Lunch and break.

4.00 pm-4.20 pm   Dr. Ferit Baz, Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University: New Inscriptions from Cappadocia (Konana).

4.20 pm-4.40 pm   Dr. Nihal Tüner Önen, Aykan Akçay, University of Antalya: Zur Nützlichkeit der Anwendung des RTI-Verfahrens für die Interpretation von drei Inschriften aus Lykien.

4.40 pm-5.00 pm   Dr. Güray Ünver, University of Muğla: New inscriptions from Cnidus.

5.00 pm-5.20 pm   Prof. Angelos Chaniotis, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton: New Inscriptions from Aphrodisias.

5.20 pm-5.50 pm   Discussion.

Closure of the Symposium.

8.30 pm     Dinner.

Sunday, July 2, 2017

9 am-4 pm   Excursion to Dion and lunch.