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Economy and Society in the Hellenistic and Roman Periods


The Program focuses on the study of the socio-economic phenomena and the new institutions and relations that developed in the Mediterranean under the dominance and the influence of the Hellenistic kingdoms and subsequently of the Romans.

The aim of the Program is to promote historical research pertaining to the ancient Greek world, especially in the fields of economy and the function of markets, the social structure of the Greek poleis and the Roman colonies, the organization of rural space, and civic religious life. The south-eastern Mediterranean regions, the Balkans and the Aegean in the Hellenistic and Roman periods are the main areas of interest of the members of the Program. One of the Program’s main objectives is the study and publication of primary evidence (literary, epigraphic and numismatic sources and archaeological material), as well as the fostering of projects which can serve as basic tools for further historical research (prosopography and onomastics, epigraphic and numismatic corpora). Furthermore, the members of the Program participate in archaeological projects and fieldwork, especially in surveys and excavations.

History of the Programme

The Program “Economy and Society in the Hellenistic and Roman Periods” was established as the “Southern Greece” Program by its former director A. Rizakis (1984-2010). The change of name came about owing to the shift of the endeavours of its members towards a more pronouncedly economic-oriented historical approach. Anna Michailidou was the Program’s director for the period 2011-2012 and, since 2012, Ch. Papageorgiadou has been the Programs’ coordinator.

Panagiotis Doukelis, now Professor of Ancient Societies, Panteion University, Athens, was a member of the Program from 1987 to 1991. Francesco Camia, now Associate Professor of Greek Epigraphy at Sapienza Università di Roma, was also a member of the Program from 2007 to 2015.


Charikleia Papageorgiadou, Research Director, Program Coordinator
Sophia Zoumbaki, Research Director
Styliani (Lina) Mendoni, Senior Researcher, Minister of Culture and Sports since 9/7/2019
Vyron Antoniadis, Senior Researcher
Christy Constantakopoulou, Associate Researcher


Other Members

Research Directors Emeriti and Former Researchers
Anna Michailidou, Research Director Emeritus
Athanasios D. Rizakis, Research Director Emeritus

Franceso Camia (2007-2015), Associate Professor of Greek Epigraphy, Sapienza Università di Roma  
Panagiotis Doukellis (1987-1991), Professor of Ancient Societies, Panteion University Athens

External Collaborators

Xanthie Argyris, Maritime Archaeologist
Franceso Camia, Associate Professor of Greek Epigraphy, Sapienza Università di Roma
Carmelo Di Nicuolo, Adjunct Professor at the Department of History, Humanities and Society, University of Rome “Tor Vergata”
Michalis Karabinis, PhD in Archaeology
Eleni Kolaiti, PhD in Geoarchaeology
Elpida Kosmidou, PhD in Archaeology
Guillermo Pascual Berlanga, Postdoctoral researcher, Universidad de Cadiz
Vasilis Petrakis, PhD in Archaeology
Mantha Zarmakoupi, Assistant Professor of Roman Architecture, University of Pennsylvania 



Research Projects

A. Current Research Directions


  • The inscription of Sulla’s trophy at the Copais region, near Orchomenos (S. Zoumbaki).
  • Inscriptions from Ioulis, Karthaia and Koressia (Kea-Cyclades) (L. Mendoni).
  • Inscriptions from Samos and Ikaria (L. Mendoni).
  • Inscriptions from Paros (C. Constantakopoulou).
  • Coins from the Empedokles Numismatic Collection (Italy-Sicily, Greek provincial mints (Ch. Papageorgiadou).
  • The archaeology (pottery and architecture) of Insula X on Delos (V. Antoniadis).




  • Prosopography and onomastics of Greek cities and Roman colonies (S. Zoumbaki).
  • Italiote Greek and Roman “entrepreneurs” in Greece (S. Zoumbaki).
  • Coinage and numismatic circulation in Greece (Ch. Papageorgiadou).
  • Coinage and economy in the Greek cities in the Roman Imperial period (Ch. Papageorgiadou).
  • Polis and Chora: Settlement pattern, economic and political organization (L. Mendoni).
  • Social and economic changes and the landscape in Antiquity (Attica, Epirus, Crete) (V. Antoniadis).
  • The history of the Athenian Hegemony and the relations between the hegemonic centre and the subject cities (C. Constantakopoulou).
  • Hunting in Antiquity: A social and economic approach (C. Constantakopoulou).
  • Rural economy and the countryside in Western Greece in the Hellenistic and Roman periods (Ch. Papageorgiadou, S. Zoumbaki, V. Antoniadis).
  • Insular societies and economies (Ch. Papageorgiadou, S. Zoumbaki, V. Antoniadis, C. Constantakopoulou).


  • The economic dimensions of religion in the Greek cities (Ch. Papageorgiadou, S. Zoumbaki, V. Antoniadis).
  • Funerary practices and social hierarchy (V. Antoniadis).
  • Sanctuaries and religion in the Cyclades in the Archaic and Classical periods (Delos, Despotiko) (C. Constantakopoulou).



  • Roman Attica Project (RAP): Studies on the social and economic structure and spatial organization of Attica in the Late Hellenistic and Roman periods (Ch. Papageorgiadou, S. Zoumbaki, V. Antoniadis).
  • Mobility and economic migration in the Mediterranean: Italiote Greek and Roman “entrepreneurs” in Greece. ANAVATHMIS Program (S. Zoumbaki)
  • Mapping ancient routes and the road network in Greece (Early Iron Age to Roman period) (V. Antoniadis).


B. Funded Research Projects

"RESEARCH - CREATE - INNOVATE", funded by the Operational Program "Competitiveness, Entrepreneurship and Innovation" (NSRF 2014-2020), co-financed by Greece and the European Union  (European Regional Development Fund).

    1. "Development of a platform and multi-criteria application for the prediction, detection and management of climate risks in areas of major cultural and tourist interest - application for selected archaeological sites and monuments of the UNESCO World Heritage List", co‐financed by the European Union and Greek national funds through the Operational Program “Competitiveness, Entrepreneurship and Innovation”, under the call “RESEARCH – CREATE – INNOVATE”  (L. Mendoni, until 2019; S. Zoumbaki, from 2019 onwards).
    2. "Digital Routes in Greek History's Paths (RoGH)", co‐financed by the European Union and Greek national funds, through the Operational Program “Competitiveness, Entrepreneurship and Innovation”, under the call “RESEARCH – CREATE – INNOVATE”. Scientific Coordinator: T. Kolias, until 2019; G. Merianos from 2019 to 2021 (V. Antoniadis).


“ANAVATHMIS (2017-2020). Historical research and digital applications” is implemented under the “Action for the Strategic Development on the Research and Technological Sector”, funded by the Operational Program "Competitiveness, Entrepreneurship and Innovation" (NSRF 2014-2020), co-financed by Greece and the European Union (European Regional Development Fund).

    1. Late Hellenistic hoards in Greece and the circulation of the Roman denarius (2nd to 1st c. BC); publication of a digital book (Ch. Papageorgiadou).
    2. Mobility and economic migration in the Mediterranean: Italiotes and Roman “entrepreneurs” in Greece (S. Zoumbaki, L. Mendoni).
    3. Organization of three workshops on the rural space and the farmsteads of Western Greece in the Roman period (V. Antoniadis, S. Zoumbaki, L. Mendoni, Ch. Papageorgiadou).


KRIPIS (2013 – 2015). “KYRTOY PLEGMATA”. Economic networks and networks of power and knowledge in Greece from Prehistory to the Modern Age: documentation – mapping – synthetic approaches (Program coordinator Τ. Κolias), financed by the Operational Program “Competitiveness and Entrepreneurship” (ΕΠΑΝ-ΙΙ) and the European Regional Development Fund (2007–2013).

    1. The Aegean systems of weight during the pre-coinage period of the Late Bronze Age (A. Michailidou).
    2. Olive oil routes in the Aegean during the Mycenaean period (14th-12th c. BC): Production and mobility of transport stirrup jars (A. Michailidou).
    3. Roman communication networks and imperial policy (Ch. Papageorgiadou).
    4. Νumismatic circulation and financial/commercial networks in the Eastern Mediterranean before the Christian era (Ch. Papageorgiadou, E. Markou).
    5. The social and economic integration of Romans and Italians in the Greek cities. Networks of mobility of “entrepreneurs”, merchants and other professionals: The cases of Athens and the Ionian islands (S. Zoumbaki).
    6. Networks of saltworks in the Mediterranean from Antiquity to the Early Modern period (S. Zoumbaki, M. Gerolymatou, P. Michailaris, A. Panopoulou, Κ. Tsiknakis, Ε. Balta).
    7. The army as a network. The settlement of veterans in Thrace (F. Camia. G. Parisaki, Ch. Kokkinia)


EU PROGRAM: FP7-PEOPLE-2012-IEF, Funding Scheme: Marie Curie Actions Intra European Fellowships (IEF) 2013-2015, “Visualizing ancient urban networks”, Dr Mantha Zarmakoupi (Mentor on the part of the host institution (NHRF) of the EU Program: S. Zoumbaki).


THALES 2012-2015: co-financed by the European Union (European Social Fund - ESF) and Greek national funds, through the Operational Program “Education and Lifelong Learning” of the National Strategic Reference Framework (NSRF).

  1. Edition of epigraphic sources and documentation of the history of ancient Macedonia (Ionian University, Scientific Coordinator: El.  Sverkos). Participation through the project “Sourcebook with a selection of translated and annotated inscriptions from Macedonia (Classical, Hellenistic and Roman periods)” (S. Zoumbaki).
  2. Island cultures in a diachronic perspective: The case of Therasia» (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Scientific Coordinator: C. Palyvou). Study of the archaeological remains of Therasia based on survey and excavation (S. Zoumbaki).


ARISTEIA ΙΙ, General Secretariat for Research and Technology, Greek Ministry of Education, Research and Religious Affairs, 3rd Community Support Framework (CSF) 1/12/2005-1/2/2008.

  1. Roman names in the Cyclades; publication of the monograph: Roman names in the Cyclades I, Athens 2008 (L. Mendoni, S. Zoumbaki).
  2. Economy and Trade Routes; publication of the collective volume:  Economy and Trade Routes in the Aegean, Athens 2008 (Ch. Papageorgiadou).
  3. KEA: Literay and epigraphic testimonia; publication of a digital monograph entitled: ΚΕΑ: Φιλολογικές και Επιγραφικές Μαρτυρίες, Athens 2008 (L. Mendoni).


ARISTEIA Ι, General Secretariat for Research and Technology, Greek Ministry of Education, Research and Religious Affairs, 3rd Community Support Framework (CSF). 1/3/2002-28/2/2005.

    1. Monograph: Prosopographie der Eleer bis zum 1. Jh. v. Chr. (2005), (S. Zoumbaki)


In the past (2006- 1991), the members of the Program have undertaken important national and European research projects, such as: PLATON, COST (The European Cooperation in Science and Technology), POPULUS in Human Capital and Mobility, Interreg III, Greece-Cyprus and the Operational Program “CompeTItiveness” (OPC).




International projects and networks

  • Memorandum of understanding for cultural and scientific collaboration between the University of Barcelona with collaborating members Dr Manel García Sánchez and Dr Víctor Revilla Calvo (CEIPAC), and the Institute of Historical Research of The National Hellenic Research Foundation with collaborating members Dr Charikleia Papageorgiadou, Dr Sophia Zoumbaki and Dr Vyron Antoniadis.
  • Memorandum of understanding for cultural and scientific collaboration between Tor Vergata University of Rome with collaborating members Prof Marcella Pisani and Dr Carmelo Di Nicuolo, and the Institute of Historical Research of The National Hellenic Research Foundation with collaborating members Dr Charikleia Papageorgiadou and Dr Vyron Antoniadis.
  • The Program profits from a large network of collaborations, both at a national and at an international level in order to expand the research horizons and pursue further financial support. Members of the Program have participated in projects involving bilateral or international research collaboration.
  • Research Program: Magasín des Colonnes, Delos. French School at Athens. director: Dr Pavlos Karvonis. (Vyron Antoniadis: Director of the excavation and pottery specialist since 2015).
  • Research Program AXON, University of Venice. Digital collection of historic Greek inscriptions (F. Camia).
  • “Roman Seminar”. F. Camia, co-founder and member of the seminar’s committee.
  • Société Internationale d'Études Néroniennes. S. Zoumbaki: National representative in the steering committee since 2012.
  • War and political hegemony in a multipolar Mediterranean, cent. IV- I BCE.   Prof. T. Ñaco del Hoyo (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona), Dr J. Principal (Archaeological Museum of Barcelona). S. Zoumbaki, Ch. Papageorgiadou.
  • Copenhagen Associations Project¸ Copenhagen University, (coordinador: Vincent Gabrielsen) Inventory that collects and records all known attestations of private associations from the Greek-speaking world (S. Zoumbaki) (
  • “History of the landscape and local stories” 1995-1998: Teaching program for the secondary education of the Cyclades prefecture. Coordinated by the Sector of the Greek and Roman Antiquity (NHRF), the University of Aegean and the Greek Ministry of Environment (Scientific director: L. Mendoni).
  • Gladiatorial inscriptions in the Roman East, in the context of a program on the gladiatorial inscriptions in the provinces of the Roman Empire coordinated by G.L. Gregori, University of Rome “La Sapienza” (F. Camia, A.Rizakis, S. Zoumbaki).
  • Greco-Franco-Swiss program for the publication of inscriptions from the Roman colony of Philippi (S. Zoumbaki, F. Camia, Α. Rizakis).
  • International Research Program:  Civic Honours. The politics of honour in the Greek cities of Roman Imperial Times (Coordinators Onno Van Nijf [University of Groningen], Anna Heller [University of Tours], The program ended in 2014, F. Camia, S. Zoumbaki.
  • Lexicon Topographicum Urbis Athenarum. Italian School of Archaeology at Athens. (F. Camia)
  • Archaeological survey at Aigialeia (2012-2014) in collaboration with the 6th Ephorate of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities and of the Italian School of Archaeology at Athens (Scientific director: F. Camia).
  • Interdisciplinary collaboration for the publication of Sulla’s Trophy in Orchomenos, Boeotia, Greece (S. Zoumbaki).
  • Archaeological survey at Karthaia (Scientific director: L. Mendoni).
  • Archaeological survey at south-east KEA (Scientific director: L. Mendoni).
  • Archaeological survey at Kea in collaboration with the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (Scientific directors: L. Mendoni, Ch. Papageorgiadou).


Conferences and Events

Α. Organization of Conferences

  • Online workshop: Discussing Economy in Roman Epirus III, IHR/NHRF, 6/11/2020. (Ch. Papageorgiadou, S. Zoumbaki, V. Antoniadis).
  • Workshop: Discussing Economy in Roman Epirus III, IHR/NHRF, Athens, 5/11/2019 (Ch. Papageorgiadou, S. Zoumbaki, V. Antoniadis).
  • Workshop: Discussing Economy in Roman Epirus III, IHR/NHRF, Athens, 9/5/2019 (Ch. Papageorgiadou, S. Zoumbaki, L. Mendoni, V. Antoniadis).
  • International Conference, “4th International Association for Research on Pottery for the Hellenistic Period (IARPotHP) Conference” Athens 11-14/11/2019. Ch. Papageorgiadou, S. Zoumbaki.
  • Workshop, "La circulation du denier romain en Grèce à l’époque hellénistique, INSTITUTE OF HISTORICAL RESEARCH (NHRF) and French Archaeological School (journée d’études à l’EfA , 7/10/2016) (P. Marchetti). Ch. Papageorgiadou.
  • Conference, «Δίκτυα στην Ιστορία από την αρχαιότητα έως τη σύγχρονη εποχή», ΚΡΗΠΙΣ, ΕΙΕ 11-13/12/2015 (Ο. Polykandrioti, Μ.Χ. Χατζηιωάννου, G. Tolias). Ch. Papageorgiadou.
  • International Conference, "What's New in Roman Greece", INSTITUTE OF HISTORICAL RESEARCH (NHRF) and Roman Seminar, Athens 8-10/10/2015 F. Camia.
  • International Conference, «Νομίσματα και Συλλογές», KERA/NHRF and Numismatic Museum, Athens 27/11/2004. Ch. Papageorgiadou.
  • Seminar Training course, for the teachers of the secondary education at Cyclades prefecture. History of the landscape and local stories: From the natural environment to the historic landscape. Ermoupoli, Syros 1997, L. Mendoni.
  • International Conference, Numismatic archaeology, archaeological numismatics : proceedings of an international conference held to honour Dr. Mando Oeconomides in Athens 1995 (K. Sheedy, M.J. Price, Ι. Touratsoglou) Ch. Papageorgiadou.
  • International Conference “Kea-Kythnos”, Kea-Kythnos 1994 in collaboration with the Ionian University (A. Mazarakis Ainian) L. Mendoni.
  • International Conference «Structures Rurales et Societés Antiques», Kerkyra 1992 in collaboration with the Ionian University (P. Doukellis) L. Mendoni.


Β. “Science in society” – NHRF public lectures

  • “Religion and money in Antiquity”, 5-19/12/2017. S. Zoumbaki.
  • “The birth of the coin” in collaboration with the Numismatic Museum of Athens, 2017. Ch. Papageorgiadou.
  • “Human form on ancient coins. Symbolism and ideology”, 2010. Ch. Papageorgiadou.
  • “The Aegean Sea. Economy, trade, piracy and raiding throughout the centuries”, 2009. Ch. Papageorgiadou.

The members of the Program actively participate as members of conference committees and in organizing seminars and workshops and teaching classes. They are also editors in various academic journals.




  • What’s New in Roman Greece? Recent Work on the Greek Mainland and the Islands in the Roman Period. Proceedings of a Conference held at Athens, 8-10 October 2015, Athens. V. Di Napoli, F. Camia, V. Evanghelidis, D. Grigoropoulos, D. Rogers, S. Vlizos (eds.), (forthcoming).
  • Social Dynamics under Roman Rule. Mobility and Status Change in the Provinces of Achaia and Macedonia, Proceedings of a conference held at the French School of Athens, 30-31 May 2014. A.D. Rizakis, F. Camia, S. Zoumbaki (eds) [ΜΕΛΕΤΗΜΑΤΑ 74] Athens 2017.
  • Villae Rusticae: Family and Market-oriented Farms in Greece under Roman Rule, Proceedings of an international congress held at Patras, 23-24 April 2010. A.D. Rizakis, I.P. Touratsoglou (eds.) [ΜΕΛΕΤΗΜΑΤΑ 68] Athens 2013.
  • Theoi Sebastoi. Il culto degli imperatori romani in Grecia (provincia Achaia) nel secondo secolo d.C. Camia Fr. [ΜΕΛΕΤΗΜΑΤΑ 65] Atene 2011.
  • Roman Peloponnese III: Society, economy and culture under the Roman Empire: continuity and innovation. Rizakis Α.D., Lepenioti C. [ΜΕΛΕΤΗΜΑΤΑ 63] Athens 2010.
  • Weight and Value in Pre-Societies: vol.II. Sidelights on measurement from the Aegean and the Orient. Michailidou A. [ΜΕΛΕΤΗΜΑΤΑ 61] Athens 2008.
  • Roman names in the Cyclades. Part I. Mendoni L.G., and, Zoumbaki S.B. [ΜΕΛΕΤΗΜΑΤΑ 56] Athens 2008.
  • Achaie III. Les cites acheennes: epigraphie et histoire. Rizakis A.D.
    [ΜΕΛΕΤΗΜΑΤΑ 55] Athenes 2008.
  • Sailing in the Aegean: Readings on the Economy and Trade Routes. Ch. Papageorgiadou-Banis and Angeliki Giannikouri (eds). [ΜΕΛΕΤΗΜΑΤΑ 53] Athens 2008.
  • Les Dieux et les Dieux Augustes: le culte imperial en Grece sous les Julio-claudiens et les Flaviens: etudes epigraphiques et archeologiques. Maria Kantirea. [ΜΕΛΕΤΗΜΑΤΑ 50] Athenes 2007.
  • Weight and Value in Pre-Coinage Societies: an introduction. Michailidou A. [ΜΕΛΕΤΗΜΑΤΑ 42] Athens 2005.
  • Prosopographie der Eleer bis zum 1. Jh. v. Chr. Zoumbaki S. [ΜΕΛΕΤΗΜΑΤΑ 40] Athen 2005
  • The Numismatic Iconography of the Roman Colonies in Greece: Local Spirit and the Expression of Imperial Policy. Papageorgiadou-Bani H. [ΜΕΛΕΤΗΜΑΤΑ 39] Athens 2004.
  • Perceptions and Evaluation of the Cultural Landscapes. Proceedings of an International Symposium (Zakynthos, December 1997). Doukellis P., Mendoni L. (eds) [ΜΕΛΕΤΗΜΑΤΑ 38] Athens 2004.
  • Roman Peloponnese II: Roman Personal Names in their Social Context (Laconia and Messenia). Rizakis Α.D., Zoumbaki S., Lepenioti C. [ΜΕΛΕΤΗΜΑΤΑ 36] Athens 2004.
  • Manufacture and Measurement: Counting, Measuring and Recording Craft Items in Early Aegean Societies. Michailidou A. [ΜΕΛΕΤΗΜΑΤΑ 33] Athens 2001.
  • Elis und Olympia in der Kaiserzeit. Das Leben einer Gesellschaft zwischen Stadt und Heiligtum auf prosopographischer Grundlage. Zoumbaki S. [ΜΕΛΕΤΗΜΑΤΑ 32] Athen 2001.
  • Roman Peloponnese I: Roman personal names in their social context (Achaia, Arcadia, Argolis, Corinthia and Eleia). Rizakis A.D., Zoumbaki S. [ΜΕΛΕΤΗΜΑΤΑ 31] Athens 2001.
  • Αχαϊκό τοπίο ΙΙ. Δύμη και Δυμαία χώρα - Paysages d'Achaie II. Dyme et son territoire. Actes du colloque international ''Dymaia et Bouprasia'' (Kato Achaia, 6-8 octobre 1995). Rizakis A.D. (ed) [ΜΕΛΕΤΗΜΑΤΑ 29] Athenes 2000.
  • KEA-KYTHNOS: History and Archaeology, Proceedings of an International Symposium, 22-25 June 1994, Kea-Kythnos. Mendoni L.G., Mazarakis-Ainian A.J. (eds) [MΕΛΕΤΗΜΑΤΑ 27] Athens 1998.
  • Achaie II. La cite de Patras: epigraphie et histoire, Rizakis A.D. [MΕΛΕΤΗΜΑΤΑ 25] Athenes 1998.
  • The coinage of Kea, Papageorgiadou-Banis Ch. [MΕΛΕΤΗΜΑΤΑ 24] Athens 1997.
  • Achaie I. Sources textuelles et histoire regionale, Rizakis A.D. [MΕΛΕΤΗΜΑΤΑ 20] Athenes 1995.
  • Paysages d'Achaie I: le bassin du Peiros et la plaine occidentale, Rizakis A.D. [MΕΛΕΤΗΜΑΤΑ 15] Athenes 1992.
  • Achaia und Elis in der Antike, Rizakis A.D. Akten des 1. Internationalen Symposiums, Athen, 19-21 Mai 1989 [MΕΛΕΤΗΜΑΤΑ 13] Athen 1991.



  • Réflexions sur la circulation des monnaies Romaines Républicaines en Grèce et dans les Balkans/Reflections on the Circulation of Roman Republican Coinage in Greece and the Balkans, Athens 2020. Patrick Marchetti, Charikleia Papageorgiadou,
  • Obeloi. Contatti, scambi e valori nel Mediterraneo antico. Studi offerti a Nicola Parise (Tekmeria 11), Paestum 2009, F. Camia, S. Privitera (eds.) 2009.
  • Patrasso colonia di Augusto e le trasformazioni culturali, politiche ed economiche della Provincia di Acaia agli inizi dell' eta imperiale romana: atti del Convegno Internazionale, Patrasso 23-24 marzo 2006. (Tripodes 8), 2009.
  • Pathways to Power. Civic Elites in the Eastern Part of the Roman Empire (Proceedings of an International Workshop held at Athens, Scuola Archeologica Italiana di Atene, 19 December  2005) (Tripodes 6), A.D. Rizakis, F. Camia (eds.), Athens 2008.
  • Νομισματικό Μουσείο. Η δωρεά Ζαρίφη / Athens Numismatic Museum. The Zarifis donation Ch. Papageorgiadou, (Athens 2006).
  • Κυκλάδες. Ιστορία του Τοπίου και Τοπικές Ιστορίες. L. Mendoni, N. Margaris (eds.) Υ.ΠΕ.ΧΩ.Δ.Ε και ΕΙΕ/ΚΕΡΑ, Athens 1998.
  • Ιστορία του Τοπίου και Τοπικές Ιστορίες. Από το φυσικό περιβάλλον στο ιστορικό τοπίο. Πιλοτική Εφαρμογή στις Κυκλάδες. Ενδεικτική βιβλιογραφία. L. Mendoni (ed.) [Συνέκδοση Υ.ΠΕ.ΧΩ.Δ.Ε και ΕΙΕ/ΚΕΡΑ, Athens 1997.
  • ''Numismatic Archaeology-Archaeological Numismatics'', Proceedings of an International Conference held to honour Dr. Mando Oeconomides in Athens 1995, Ch. Papageorgiadou, K.A. Sheedy,Oxbow Monograph 75, 1997.



The program's researchers are actively involved in educational and academic activities, such as teaching at universities, both at undergraduate and postgraduate level, summer courses, lectures and seminars and they supervise MA dissertations and PhD theses, student internships and Erasmus students.








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