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Europe, Hellas and Egypt: Complementary antipodes during Late Antiquity. Papers from Session IV.3, held at the European Association of Archaeologists Eighth Annual Meeting in Thessaloniki 2002Amanda–Alice Maravelia 2004 © BAR Publishing
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This volume represents the papers given at a session of the 8th EAA Conference held in Thessalonike in 2002. The session was based around four themes: The links between populations of Egypt and Europe (especially Hellas) in ancient times; the impact of the advent of Alexander the Great, and the current excavations in Alexandria; the political, economic and cultural contacts between Europe, Hellas and Egypt especially during the LP, Helleno–Roman and Early Christian (Coptic) Periods; and aspects of the history of European Egyptology and those European museums holding Egyptian antiquities today.
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- Death / Burial / Cemeteries / Tombs
- Music and Dance
- Trade / Exchange / Travel / Economy
- Craft working (general titles, bone, glass, textiles, etc.)
- Late Antiquity and Byzantium
- Ethnoarchaeology / Anthropology
- Egypt and Sudan
- Museum Studies / Conservation / Heritage / Education
- Greece, Aegean, Crete and Black Sea
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