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lure of greece launch john dillon, christine morris, christina souyoudzoglou-haywood

May 23rd 2008. Dublin launch of the IIHSA publication, The Lure of Greece. John Dillon (IIHSA Director) with two of the volume editors, Christine Morris (left) and Christina Souyoudzoglou-Haywood.
More about The Lure of Greece
Patrick Comerford's blog on the event

lure of greece launch

May 23rd 2008.
John Luce, co-editor of The Lure of Greece, speaking at the book launch.

IIHSA cave colloquium poster

24th March 2008: IIHSA colloquium on New Research on Greek Caves (in collaboration with the Ephoreia for Palaeoanthropology and Speleology for Southern Greece).
More information: programme;
Athens News article: Living in the 'bowels of the earth'

IIHSA teacher tour 2008 epidauros

March 2008. Our first IIHSA tour for Irish teachers of Classical studies,
led by Dr Christine Morris and Conor Trainor. In the theatre at Epiduros.

Priniatikos Pyrgos irish staff

Priniatikos Pyrgos excavations 2007: Irish crew with project director, Dr Barry Molloy (far right). More about the Pyrgos project here

study tour pnyx

IIHSA 2007 mainland Greece student study tour,
led by Heinrich Hall and Jo Day, at the Pnyx in Athens
More information about IIHSA study tours here


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