The lecture“Monnaie et économie en Grèce antique” by O. Picard (Institut de France) will be given in the framework of the Numismatic Meetings.
The Numismatic meetings are a joint organization of the University of Athens, the Belgian School at Athens and the French School at Athens. These Meetings will take place in an almost monthly basis at the conference room of the “Kostes Palamas” building of the University of Athens (48, Akademias avenue & Sina). The conference room is offered by the Rector of the University of Athens.
The aim of the seminar is to demonstrate the strength of the numismatic research in Greece by pointing out the links and interactions of the discipline with history and archaeology. Every source and method related to numismatics will keep the attention of the seminar: technical aspects, metrology, iconography, monetary, financial and economic history.
The Greek and overseas scholars are invited to deliver a one-hour conference presenting the “what’s new” in numismatics, their latest studies and important new discoveries in the field. A session of discussion and questions will follow the conference.