This Ritual and daily life in the prehistoric Eastern Mediterranean programme at National and Kapodistrian University of Athens comprises four different modules. Each module is divided into three or four lessons. Each lesson will be accompanied with relevant iconographic material, selective bibliography as well as comprehensive chronological tables.
the most popular imaginary creatures in Minoan iconography
the diseases and the cure methods/practices in Egypt, Mesopotamia and the Aegean during later Prehistory
The design methods of models uncovered in Crete and Cyprus with references to respective Egyptian products
and lastly the significance of the Minoan Rituals and their relation to the rituals of modern civilizations.
Duration: 15 weeks
This programme may require students to demonstrate proficiency in English.
The programme addresses not only students of Archaeology but also the broader public, especially those with a particular interest in prehistoric/protohistoric times in broader eastern Mediterranean area.
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