Programme du I symposium

Wednesday, 15 July – ASCSA, Cotsen Hall
14.00 Welcome and Introductory Comments
James C. WRIGHT, Director ASCSA
Betsey A. ROBINSON
Symposium Coordinator / Vanderbilt University, US

FROM CORINTH TO SYRACUSE
14.15 James R. WISEMAN
Boston University, US / ASCSA
A Greek-Period Bath and Fountain Complex at
the Northern Edge of Corinth
14:45 Theodora B. KOPESTONSKY
University of Tennessee, US / ASCSA
Offerings and Ritual at Corinthian Springs
15:15 Sophie BOUFFIER
Centre Camille Jullian, Aix-Marseille Université, FR
Arethusa and Cyane, Nymphs and Springs in
Syracuse: Between Greece and Sicily
15:45 Discussion

ROMAN, PHOENICIAN AND PUNIC PRACTICES
16:00 John HOPKINS – Rice University, US
Shifting Currents: A Reflexive Etiology of
Hydraulic Exploitation and Urban Cohesion
in Early Rome
16:30 Iván FUMADÓ ORTEGA
Centre Camille Jullian, Aix-Marseille Université, FR
Flux et reflux religieux en Méditerranée
phénicienne et punique : L’eau, instrument de
propagande idéologique et politique
17:00 Discussion and break

RETURN TO THE PELOPONNESE
17:45 Signe BARFOED
University of Kent, UK / Danish Institute at Athens
The Nymph Nemea and Water Supply to
the Archaic Sanctuary of Zeus
18:15 Andrew F. STEWART
University of California, Berkeley, US / ASCSA
Bathing Beauties: An Early Hellenistic
Bronze Case-Mirror from Elis
18:45 Discussion (to finish by 19:30)

Jeudi 16 juillet – EfA, Salle de conférences
10:00 Bienvenue et Introduction
Sophie BOUFFIER – Coordinatrice HYDRΩMED, Directrice MMSH

Στερεά Ελλάδα
10:15  Olga DAKOURA-VOGIATZOGLOU
First Ephorate of Athens, retired, GR
Searching the Water
at the Sanctuaries of the Western Hills

10:45  Maria DOUROU – Ephorate of Athens, GR
The Sanctuary of the Nymphs and Demos:
Evidence of the Recent Research
11:15  Anna ANDROVITSANEA
Technische Universität Berlin, DE
Hydraulic Installations
at the Sanctuary of Amphiaraos:
Ancient Documentation of a Construction Site
 11:45 Discussion

THE POTENCIES OF WATER
12:00 Oscar BELVEDERE & Stefano VASSALLO
Università degli Studi di Palermo, IT
Soprintendenza BB.CC.AA Palermo, IT
Le acque calde imeresi, tra mito e storia:
da Himera a Thermai Himeraiai

12:30 Bronwen WICKKISER
Wabash College, US / ASCSA
‘Water is Cold and Wet’
Some Reflections on Water in
Early Greek Medicine and the Cult of Asklepios

13:00 Betsey A. ROBINSON
Vanderbilt University, US / ASCSA
Places and Poetics, Figures and Narratives

13:30 PLENARY DISCUSSION (to finish by 14:30)

 

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