Sympozjum Egejskie: 9th Conference in Aegean Archaeology


We warmly welcome you to Sympozjum Egejskie: 9th Conference in Aegean Archaeology!

We invite you to join us online or in person at the University of Warsaw from June 19th to 20th for two days of exciting cutting-edge research from early career researchers working in a wide range of different specialisms within Aegean Archaeology, with a keynote lecture by Prof. Joseph Maran (University of Heidelberg).

Conference Programme

Book of Abstracts

Poster Gallery

Please note that all the timings are according to Central European Summer Time (CEST; local Warsaw time). Participation and attendance are free. All online participants and attendees will need to register beforehand using the form at the bottom of this page.

For those of you who are unable to join us, the majority of the presentations will be recorded (exception = Eva Kreuz: “Feeding bottles in Early Mycenaean Greece“) and uploaded to our Faculty’s YouTube channel. A link will appear on this website when they are ready. Exceptions are:
Session I: Eva Kreuz: “Feeding bottles in Early Mycenaean Greece”
Session II: Katarzyna Dudlik, Salvatore Vitale: “Marking Identity and Status: the Role of Anatolian and Near Eastern Sealstones from the Cemeteries of Eleona and Langada on Kos”
Session VII: Argyro Nafplioti, Ioanna Serpetsidaki: “Dating the Use of Early Mortuary Contexts on Crete: Combined Relative Dating and Absolute AMS Radiocarbon Determinations”

Guidelines for Poster Participants

Venue Map

Information for In-Person Participants


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