“Hellenic Iberia” Seminar at the Instituto Cervantes de Atenas

The Instituto Cervantes de Atenas has organizad the seminar “Hellenic Iberia: emerging Spanish Research on the Ancient Greek World” which will be held next April 3rd between 3:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. at his headquarters at 31 Skoufa Street. On this day the results of the work being carried out by young Spanish researchers in Athens related to Archaeology and the History of Ancient Greece will be presented. The planned interventions are: “(Re)searching the herms. Old questions, New perspectives” by Pelayo Huerta, “From the workshop to the shipwreck. Attic figured pottery in the Western Mediterranean” by Alejandro Garés, “Until the End of the World. The Mediterranean Trade Routes to Iberia” by Giomar Pulido, “The Goddess Zerynthia and her cave in Samothrace” by Marta López and “Religion in the Roman province of Crete and Cyrene: case studies and modern analytical trends” by Pablo R. Valdés.

Attendance at the seminar is free and it is planned to be broadcast online. From the Iberia Graeca Center we congratulate the Instituto Cervantes de Atenas for this initiative that allows the scientific community to know the projects of our young researchers.


More information:https://cultura.cervantes.es/atenas/es/iberia-hel%C3%A9nica%3a-investigaciones-espa%C3%B1olas-emergentes-sobre-mundo-griego-antiguo/168597

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