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Πέμπτη, 25 Μαΐου 2017

Συνέδριο για τις Βυζαντινές Σπουδές

Monday, 29th of May: Opening and keynotes
18:00-18:30 Welcome and greetings by Dir. Prof. Taxiarchis Kolias (NHRF-IHR
Athens) and Dir. Gen. Prof. Falko Daim (RGZM Mainz)
18:30-19:00 Anna Lambropoulou (Athens),
(The perception of the sea and of maritime communication in the Mediterranean,
4th-12th c.: the hagiographic evidence)
19:00-19:30 Johannes Preiser-Kapeller (Vienna-Mainz), Ports, bones, pollen and
pottery. Harbours of the Byzantine world as sources of environmental history
and global connectivity
19:30 Reception at the Atrium of the National Hellenic Research Foundation
Tuesday, 30th of May
Session I: Varieties of archaeological evidence
Chair: Georg Ladstätter (Athens)
09:30-09:50 Aikaterini Dellaporta (Athens), Archaeological and iconographic
evidence for maritime activities of the Byzantine era
09:50-10:10 Jean-Philippe Goiran (Lyon), Sedimentary archives and ancient
texts: Evaluating the contribution of the geological approach to the study of
ancient harbours
10:10-10:30 Joanita Vroom (Leiden), The Archaeology of Byzantine Harbours in
Action: From their products to maritime trading networks
10:30-11:00 Discussion
11:00-11:30 Coffee break
Session II: Maritime spaces and place-making
Chair: Platon Petridis (Athens)
11:30-11:50 Myrto Veikou (Uppsala), Telling the Sea, from the Land: Coastal
Place-making in Byzantine Literary Texts
11:50-12:10 Eleonora Kountoura-Galaki (Athens), A light in the darkness:
monastery “lighthouses” in the Aegean Sea and surrounding coastal regions
12:10-12:30 Max Ritter (Mainz), Naval bases, arsenals, aplekta: functional and
operational segregations of Byzantine ports (6th-12th c.)
12:30-13:00 Discussion
13:00-15:30 Lunch break at one’s own disposal; 15:30-16:00 Coffee break
Session III: Administration, trade and harbours from the Early Byzantine to the
Post-Byzantine period
Chair: Vassiliki Penna (Kalamata)
16:00-16:20 Efi Ragia (Athens), Kdministrative changes in the seas of
Byzantium, 7th-8th centuries. A historical-geographical approach
16:20-16:40 Maria Gerolymatou (Athens), Ἐμ ῖ μ
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N O P . The role of the aristocracy in building harbours (10th-12th
16:40-17:00 Aikaterini Dellaporta (Athens) and Flora Karagianni (Thessalonike),
Depictions of the Byzantine harbours of Constantinople in early maps and
17:00-17:30 Discussion
19:30 Reception in the Austrian Archaeological Institute
Wednesday, 31st of May
Session IV: Harbours of the Aegean, part I
Chair: Petros Themelis (Athens)
09:00-09:20 Sophia Akrivopoulou (Thessalonike), The Hellenistic Harbour of
Thessaloniki and the Ekklesiastike Skala
09:20-09:40 Thomas Schmidts (Mainz), Ainos and beyond – Harbour cities in
southern Thrace in early Byzantine times
09:40-10:00 Horacio González Cesteros – Sabine Ladstätter (Vienna–Athens),
Harbours and Commerce in Byzantine Ephesus
10:00-10:30 Discussion
10:30-11:00 Coffee break
Session V: Harbours of the Aegean, part II
Chair: Anastasia Yangaki (Athens)
11:00-11:20 Marina Papadimitriou (Athens), The harbour of Piraeus in Late
Antiquity. New archaeological evidence
11:20-11:40 Alkiviadis Ginalis (Bremen), Reassessing the harbour of Anthedon
11:40-12:00 Konstantia Kephala (Rhodes), Haven Waiting. Patmos Before the
Blessed Christodoulos
12:00-12:20 Katerina Manoussou-Della (Rhodes), Byzantine Rhodes. The
evolution of a fortified harbour-city in the Eastern Mediterranean, 4th-12th c.
12:20-12:50 Discussion
12:50-16:00 Lunch break at one’s own disposal
Session VI: The Adriatic and the Black Sea
Chair: Falko Daim (Mainz)
16:00-16:20 Dominik Heher (Mainz-Vienna), Dyrrhachion / Durrës – an Adriatic
Sea Gateway between East and West
16:20-16:40 Dimitar Dimitrov (Plovdiv), Sozopol Harbour in the Middle Ages
16:40-17:00 Grigori Simeonov (Mainz-Vienna), The Region of the Danube Delta
in the 7th–10th Centuries and the case of the so called Lykostomion Maritime
17:00-17:30 Discussion
17:30-18:00 Coffee break
Session VII: Harbours of the Peloponnese
Chair: Timothy Gregory (Ohio)
18:00-18:20 Ilias Anagnostakis (Athens), \ μ

"(Methoni in Peloponnesos: a naval base without harbour? en search of the Byzantine
port in historical sources)
18:20-18:40 Dimitrios Athanasoulis (Athens), The Churches of the Leonides’
Basilica. An Evidence of the Diachronic Operation of the Lechaion Harbour
(Corinth) from Late Antiquity to Late Byzantine Era
18:40-19:00 Maria Leontsini, Eleni Manolessou and Angeliki Panopoulou
(Athens), Harbours and anchorages in Corinthia and Argolis (Northeastern
Peloponnese) from the Early to the Middle Byzantine period
19:00-19:30 Discussion
19:30-20:00 Concluding Remarks by Dir. Gen. Prof. Falko Daim (Mainz) and by
Prof. Taxiarchis Kolias (Athens)
Evening at one´s own disposal

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