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Τετάρτη 10 Νοεμβρίου 2021 - 19:00 ΕET
Wednesday 10 November 2021 - 19:00 ΕET
Mercredi 10 Novembre 2021- 19:00 ΕET


The Spartan Krypteia Revisited
Selene Psoma
Department of History and Archaeology, NKUA


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The Spartan krypteia has been a long subject of debate. From the 18th c. and the abbé Barthélémy to 2018, scholarly approaches differ and can be summarized as follows: a military one that considers the krypteia as part of territorial defense and training for endurance, an anthropological one that considers the krypteia as grosso modo an initiation rite with the aim to terrorize the helots. Both approaches can be detected in the more recent bibliography. My own takes the military approach.
 

Συνδιοργάνωση του Ινστιτούτου Ιστορικών Ερευνών του ΕΙΕ, του Τμήματος Ιστορίας και Αρχαιολογίας του ΕΚΠΑ και της Γαλλικής Σχολής Αθηνών.
Co-organised by the Institute of Historical Research of the NHRF, the Department of History  and  Archaeology  of  the  National  Kapodistrian   University of Athens and the École Française d’Athènes.
Collaboration  par  l’Institut  de  la  Recherche  Historique de la FNRS, l’Université Nationale et Capodistrienne d’Athènes et l’École Française d’Athènes.


Πρόγραμμα 2021-2022 / Programme 2021-2022

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