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Jeudi 30 mars - Samedi 01 avril 2017
Πέμπτη 30 Μαρτίου - Σάββατο 01 Απριλίου 2017

Ancient Phokis: New Approaches to its History, Archaeology and Topography

Salle des conférences de l’Institut archéologique allemand d’Athènes /
Αίθουσα διαλέξεων τoυ Γερμανικού Αρχαιολογικού Ινστιτούτου Αθηνών

Programme / Πρόγραμμα

Résumés / Περιλήψεις
Phokis is known today mainly for the oracular sanctuary of Apollo at Delphi, to a lesser extent for another oracular shrine of Apollo, the one at Abai, which is most probably to be identified with the sanctuary of Kalapodi. The land of the Phokians delineated by these two oracular sanctuaries comprised multiple poleis whose names are attested in the literary and epigraphical record. At the same time, there are many sites with extant archaeological remains, which have always been partly visible or which have come to light mainly through the investigations of the Ephorates of Phthiotida, Phokis and Boiotia. In recent years, the historical as well as the archaeological research has contributed to a better understanding of the Phokians. The conference aims to bring together scholars working on the archaeological material and on the historical record, with a focus on the historical period, thus stimulating a re-evaluation of topographical, archaeological and historical questions.



Sophia Zoumboulaki
Assistante administrative pour la Direction des Études
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Nolwenn Grémillet
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