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A History of Lectures Sponsered by the Friends of the INSTAP SCEC

Massimo Perna, “The Origins of Writing on Crete,”
University of Pennsylvania Museum
March 27, 2009

Eleni Mantzourani, “The Villa at Makryialos, Crete,”  
Temple University
March 19, 2009

Eleni Mantzourani, “Analyzing the Minoan ‘Villas’ of East Crete,”
Bryn Mawr College
March 17, 2009

Colin Renfrew, “ Keros: Rethinking the Cycladic Early Bronze Age,”
University of Pennsylvania Museum
January 14, 2009

Eleni Hatzaki, “Mortuary Ritual and Society in Late Bronze Age Knossos, Crete:
The Temple Tomb in Context,”

University of Pennsylvania Museum
November 18, 2008

Bernice Jones, “New Reconstructions of the ‘Mykenaia’ Fresco from Mycenae”
University of Pennsylvania Museum
November 15, 2007

Manfred Bietak, “The Nature of the Relationship of the Egyptians and the Minoans in the Time of the Tuthmosides”
November 5, 2007
Clairy Palyvou, “Akrotiri, Thera: An Architecture of Affluence 3,500 Years Old,”
University of Pennsylvania Museum
March 26, 2007

Colin MacDonald, “From Palace to Monument or Vice Versa? Aspects of the Archaeology of the Palace of Minos at Knossos,”
University of Pennsylvania Museum
October 23, 2006

Andreas Vlachopoulos, “The Wall Paintings from Xeste 3, Akrotiri, Thera in their
Architectural Context,”

University of Pennsylvania Museum
April 18, 2006

Nanno Marinatos, “The Ring of Minos and Minoan Afterlife Beliefs,”
University of Pennsylvania Museum
April 6, 2006

Aslihan Yener, “The Excavations at Göltepe: An Early Bronze Age Mining Town and
its Nearby Tin Mine,”

University of Pennsylvania Museum
February 10, 2006

George Bass, “Two Bronze Age Shipwrecks”
University of Pennsylvania Museum
April 28, 2005
Maria Vlazaki, “New Evidence for the Minoan Settlement of Chania (Kydonia) Through
Recent Excavations,”

University of Pennsylvania Museum
April 14, 2005
Albert Leonard, “Aegean Pottery in the Eastern Mediterranean: A Progress Report on
MycIndex 3.1”

University of Pennsylvania History of Art Department
March 3, 2005
Jeffrey Soles, “New Discoveries at Mochlos, Crete”
University of Pennsylvania Museum
November 3, 2004
Peter Pfalzner, “Dramatic New Discoveries at Qatna, Syria”
University of Pennsylvania Museum
May 24, 2004

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