The Greek Kiln

Educating members, local schools, and local artists in the techniques, making, and firing of Greek style pottery

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The Greek Kiln

Educating members, local schools, and local artists in the techniques, making, and firing of Greek style pottery

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International Archaeology Day

Providing the chance to indulge your inner Indiana Jones

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The Roman Spectacle

A Roman gladiatorial spectacle of magnificent proportions

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The Roman Spectacle

A Roman gladiatorial spectacle of magnificent proportions

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Mt. Lykaion Through the Ages: Recent Excavations, Future Directions

Lecture Details

Tuesday, February 4, 2020 - 5:00pm
Haury 129

Presenter: 

Dr. Mary Voyatzis

In this talk, we shall look at the the developments at this mountain top shrine in the Peloponnese from the Neolithic to the Hellenistic periods, over c. 4500 years, and consider what drew people up to this remote site, what activities took place there, and what role it may have played in society over time. The recent archaeological evidence will be shared, as will information about our future directions of research.

Co-sponsored by Hellenic Cultural Foundation