The digital workshop New Currents in Ancient Water Studies is arranged in cooperation between the Swedish Institute at Athens and the Frontinus Gesellschaft. The event aims to present ongoing projects studying the water supply in the ancient world from the Levant and North Africa to the northern provinces of the Empire and Rome itself.
The course is an introduction to the archeology of Greece for students in the field of Humanities. It provides a basic understanding of the archeology of ancient Greece, and it includes the study of archaeological material, excavation sites, monuments, and museum collections from different time periods. The special theme for this year’s spring course is the Cycladic islands. The course is taught in Stockholm and Athens, with excursions to various important archaeological sites in Greece.
Take part in our European Day of Languages Multilingual Scavenger Hunt!
Join us live, on Saturday 26 September 2020 from 15.00 to 21.00, on a unique online journey from one European country to another via an interactive map and discover the fascinating world of languages through an exciting digital scavenger hunt.