IRISH INSTITUTE OF HELLENIC STUDIES AT ATHENS

COLLOQUIUM

SURVEY IN THE CENTRAL IONIAN ISLANDS. THE LAST 10 YEARS

25th May 2007, Athens

Programme

Venue: Library of the Austrian Archaeological Institute at Athens, Leoforos Alexandras 26.

9.00: Opening address by the IIHSA Director, Professor John Dillon

9.30-10.15
Andreas Sotiriou (35th Ephoreia of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities, Kephalonia):
"I archaia topografia tis Kefalonias kai Ithakis kai i erevnes ton Xenon Scholon kai Panepistimion tin teleutaia dekaetia"

10.15-10.35
COFFEE BREAK

10.35-11.20
Klavs Randsborg (University of Copenhagen)
“Kephallénia: Archaeology & History”

11.20-12.05
Christina Haywood (University College Dublin):
“Landscape trajectories and survey methodologies. The Livatho Valley Survey, Kephalonia”

12.05-13.30
LUNCH BREAK

13.30-14.15
Kostas Sbonias (Ionian University, Corfu/Kerkyra):
“On-site and off-site archaeology in the Ionian. Some methodological remarks”

14.15-14.45
Catherine Morgan (King’s College London):
“Constructing a survey strategy for the Ionian Islands: problems and prospects”

14.45-15.30
Gert Jan van Wijngaarden (University of Amsterdam):
“The South, unknown and exotic? The Zakynthos Archaeology Project”

15.30-15.50
COFFEE BREAK

15.50-16.10
G. Kourtessi-Philippaki (Sorbonne):
Lithics in the Ionian Islands : historical and methodological perspectives in a "flint country"

16.10-16.55
Tainia Rigakou (21st Ephoreia of Byzantine Antiquities, Corfu/Kerkyra):
"To Kastro tou Ayiou Georgiou stin istoria tis Keafalonias"
(prov. title)

16.55-17.30 general discussion

17.30-19.00 RECEPTION, at the premises of the Irish Institute, Notara 51a, 2 minutes from the colloquium venue

 

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