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Europe, Hellas and Egypt

Complementary antAodes during Late Antiquity. Papers from Session IV.3, held at the European Association of Archaeologists Eighth Annual Meeting in Thessaloniki 2002

Amanda–Alice Maravelia


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.