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23 rd June 2011 Back to work at Istanbul Üniversitesi Lectures by our students. - Annabelle Lebouc: The domestic cults in the Egyptian region Fayoum during the reign of the Ptolemies - Elena Astakhova:
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23 rd June 2011 Back to work at Istanbul Üniversitesi Lectures by our students. - Annabelle Lebouc: The domestic cults in the Egyptian region Fayoum during the reign of the Ptolemies - Elena Astakhova: César et le 1er triumvirat - Julie Zeisser: Hierapolis of Phrygia - Maria Alexandrou: Handlungstheorien: Mythen, Ritual, Drama - Sandrine Riva: Delos in the hymns: a literary or archaeological image? - Jérémy Bonner : Les relations entre les Grecs et les Étrusques en mer Tyrrhénienne Dinner nearby the Institut Français d¹etudes Anatoliennes (IFEA) d Istanbul. 24th June 2011 Goodbye Istanbul! 1st EMCC Intensive Course Istanbul 20th 24th June 2011 21 st June 2011 Introductory input by Prof. Dr. Mustafa Sayar on the archaeological research structure in Istanbul presentation of the epigraphical technique of squeezing by Dr. Roberta Fabiani (Inscriptiones Graecae, Berlin), Hagia Sophia in all its glory & stroll through the gardens of Topkhapi Palace. Lectures by our students: Katharina John: Oriental and Greek genealogies. An approach to the origins of historiography by the medium of family lineages Andrea Fesi: Le vin dans les repas communautaires: Marzeah et Syssitie Marie Drauschke: The Teiae Dirae Christoffer Diedrich; Historical and archaeological aspects regarding the bodies of the Lycian League 22 st June 2011 Excavation sites and excursion to the Black Sea Visit of the ancient Phosphorion harbour and guided tour of the excavation sites with a hands-on introduction to dendrochronological methods - Reception at the German Historical Institute (DAI) Presentation of current research projects by Prof. Dr. Felix Pirson Boat trip on the river Bosporus all the way up to the Black Sea Splendid views between Asia and Europe. 23 rd June 2011 Back to work at Istanbul Üniversitesi Lectures by our students. - Annabelle Lebouc: The domestic cults in the Egyptian region Fayoum during the reign of the Ptolemies - Elena Astakhova: César et le 1er triumvirat - Julie Zeisser: Hierapolis of Phrygia - Maria Alexandrou: Handlungstheorien: Mythen, Ritual, Drama - Sandrine Riva: Delos in the hymns: a literary or archaeological image? - Jérémy Bonner : Les relations entre les Grecs et les Étrusques en mer Tyrrhénienne Dinner nearby the Institut Français d¹etudes Anatoliennes (IFEA) d Istanbul. 24th June 2011 Goodbye Istanbul! Contact Details EMCC-Students Maria Alexandrou Hamburg Nikosia Elena Astakhova Hamburg Toulouse Jérémy Bonner Toulouse Innsbruck Christoffer Diedrich Münster Istanbul Marie Drauschke Münster Toulouse Andrea Fesi Toulouse Rom Katharina John Münster Toulouse Annabelle Lebouc Toulouse Münster Sandrine Riva Toulouse - Athen Julie Zeisser Toulouse Istanbul 1st EMCC Intensive Course Istanbul 20th 24th June 2011 Contact Details EMCC-Coordinators Athens Prof. Dr. Sophia Aneziri Freiburg Prof. Dr. Ralf von den Hoff Hamburg Prof. Dr. Helmut Halfmann Innsbruck Dr. Martin Lang Prof. Dr. Reinhold Bichler Katharina Reinstadler Istanbul Mustafa Sayar Münster Prof. Dr. Peter Funke Meike Paprotta Sophia Salzwedel Anna-Sophia Aletsee Nikosia Prof. Dr. Antonis Tsakmakis Perugia Prof. Dr. Francesco Prontera Prof. Dr. Massimo Nafissi Poznan Prof. Dr. Ilski Kazimierz Prof. Dr. Magdalena Stuligrosz Malgorzata Chmielarz Rome Prof. Dr. Giuseppe Ragone Toulouse Dr. Emmanuelle Boube Dr. Christelle Galbois 1st EMCC Intensive Course
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