The Hellenic Institute of Egyptology and the Archaeologist’s Home co-organize an exciting Seminar on Egyptian culture, a journey of knowledge and archeology that will lead participants gradually to the approach of ancient Egyptian civilization, a culture that literally “enchants”. The seminar includes 20 full two-hour weekly lessons, with contemporary interactive audiovisual media, and will begin on March 6, 2019. The participants will have the opportunity to be “initiated” – by Dr Alicia Maravellia, an internationally recognized Egyptologist – in the ancient Egyptian language, hieroglyphic writing, to know history, art, religion, music, the science of ancient Egyptians.
Archaeologist's Home launches a series of archaeological seminars. The first seminar, entitled "Greeks: to where and from where? An archaeological and interdisciplinary search in space and time", is carried out in collaboration with Aegeus - Society for Aegean Prehistory. In this seminar of ten thematic lessons, Dr. Theodoros G. Giannopoulos will examine the evolution of Greeks, "from where" (πόθεν) and "to where" (ποῖ δὴ), in a diachronic and interdisciplinary way. The seminar will present the latest scientific developments on the origins of Greek civilisation, through the relevant research work of the speaker.