References-Publications

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Here follows a list with some of the references and publications concerning Ancient Athens 3D:

 

 Books-Journals:

  • DAI Athenea, Deutsches Archäologisches Institut, Abteilung Athen, Schwerpunktthema Kerameikos, Jutta Stroszeck, 2016
  • Archeo Monografie-Viaggio in Grecia, Atene e l’ Acropoli, August 2016 >>
  • Historia National Geographic, El enigma de la ultima tumba macedonia, April 2016 >>
  • Ἐν οἴκῳ καὶ ἐν δήμῳ -Όψεις του ιδιωτικού και του δημόσιου βίου μέσα από γραμματειακές και εικονογραφικές μαρτυρίες στην αρχαϊκή και κλασική εποχή, Ελένη Μανακίδου και Φλώρα Μανακίδου, ΣΕΑΒ, 2015
  • The Parthenon Enigma, Joan Breton Connelly, Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2014 >>
  • A Guide to Ancient Greek Drama, Ian C. Storey, Arlene Allan, John Wiley & Sons 2013 >>
  • Mnemosyne Supplements, Performance in Greek and Roman Theatre, edited by George W.M. Harrison & Vayos Liapis, Brill 2013 >>
  • Friends Newsletter – Friends of the National Library of Australia, Canberra and Athens: the old and the new,  Margaret Goode, June 2012
  • The Complete Archaeology of Greece: From Hunter-Gatherers to the 20th Century A.D., Dr. John Bintliff, Wiley-Blackwell Publishing 2012 >>
  • Representações da Cidade Antiga, categorias históricas e discursos filosóficos – Humanitas-Supplementum, Marta Mega de Andrade, Centro de Estudos Clássicos e Humanísticos da Universidade de Coimbra 2010 >>

 

 In Conferences:  

  • “1st Educational Conference about the Integration and use of ICT in educational process” Volos, April 2009, in the speech of Mrs. Maria Girtzi.
  • “2,500 years since the Battle of Marathon, Cycle C | History through the lens of the present | Remembrance and Pathos”, Onassis Cultural Centre, Athens, in the speech of Mr. Christos Chryssopoulos.

 

Museums:

  • Use of images in videos projected in the Museum of the City of Athens.
  • Representation of the Acropolis for the brochure of the cultural event «A BALKAN TALE», Goethe Institut, February 2012
  • Image of the Library of Hadrian printed on brochure for the archaeological site of the Library of Hadrian, Ministry of Culture, 2011
  • Usage of images in the Educational Programme of the Budapest Museum of Fine Arts, Department of Classical Antiquities, December 2010

 

TV Shows:

  • “I Michani tou Chronou – Acropolis, Symbol of Civilisation” 2nd Part. Greek National Television Channel (NET) 26 June 2011
  • “I Michani tou Chronou – The birth of Democracy in Ancient Athens” Part 1. Greek National Television Channel (EPT) 16 July 2016
  • “I Michani tou Chronou – The birth of Democracy in Ancient Athens” Part 2. Greek National Television Channel (EPT) 23 July, 2016

 

Newspapers:

  • Ta Nea 28 July 2009,  in “Orizontes”, Article «Η περικοπή Γαβρά έγινε μπούμερανγκ για την εκκλησία» by Mary Adamopoulou, p. 1/19 and 7/41 (Reference in “Orizontes” 31 July 2009, «Διαδικτυακά», p. 23/3
  • Eleftherotypia  31 July 2009, in «Η άλλη όψη» Article: «Οι βάνδαλοι της Ακρόπολης» by N. Kontrarou-Rassia, p. 23,28-29.
  • Greek News Bulletin, Embassy of Greece in Finland “The long walls of Athens” (11/2/2010)

 

Resource for Universities and Colleges:

  • Monmouth College Illinois, Department of Classics, Dr. Michael Laughy
  • University of Washington, Department of Architecture, Louisa Iarocci
  • University of Edinburgh, School of History, Classics and Archaeology, Dr Lloyd Llewellyn-Jones
  • Boston College, Department of Classics, Kendra Eshleman
  • Haverford College Pensylvania, Department of Classics, Bret Mulligan

 

Resource for Schools:

  • Erasmeios Ellinogermaniki Sxoli
  • 12th Elementary School of Athens
  • 5th Elementary School of Cholargos

 

Other: