Education:

1. 1967 - 1972: Athens University, Greece. BA in Archaeology and History.

2. 1972 - 1977: Oxford University, England:

a) Diploma in Classical Archaeology.

b) DPhil in Classical Archaeology.

 

Academic Appointments:

1. 1978 - 1981: Research Assistant, Acropolis Museum, Athens.

2. 1981 - 1988: Lecturer, Athens University, Department of Archaeology and Art History. Awarded tenure in 1983.

3. 1988 - 1993: Assistant Professor, Athens University.

4. 1993 - 1999: Associate Professor, Athens University.

5. 1999: Professor, Athens University.

6. 2002-2004: Chair, Department of Archaeology, Athens University.

7. Deputy Head of the Faculty of History and Archaeology, Athens University.

 

Teaching Experience/Specialisation:

Courses on classical sculpture in Greece from the fifth century B.C. to the Roman period.

 

Membership in Professional Societies:

1. Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries, London.

2. Society of Hellenic Studies, London.

3. Association Internationale d'Archéologie Classique (AIAC), Rome.

4. Association for the Study of Marble and Other Stones Used in Antiquity (ASMOSIA), Athens, Georgia.

5. The Archaeological Institute of America (AIA).

6. Corresponding member of the German Archaeological Institute.

7. The Athens Archaeological Society.

 

Memberships in Committees of the Greek Ministry of  Culture:

1.       Committee for the Restoration of the Acropolis Monuments

 

Visiting Fellowships:

1. Centenary Bursary, British School at Athens, for research in the British Museum, January/February 1989.

2. Guest lecturer, Archaeological Institute of America, March, 1991.

3. Fulbright Travel Award, 1991.

4. Visiting Fellow, Program in Hellenic Studies, Princeton University, April, 1991.

5. Ailsa Mellon Bruce Visiting Senior Fellow, Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts, National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, May, 1991.

6. Guest lecturer of the Swedish Academy and the University of Uppsala, April, 1993.

7.Australian-Greek Award, Visiting Fellowship of the Australian Vice-Chancellors' committee, August/September, 1995.

8. Sylvan C. Coleman and Pamela Coleman Memorial Fund Fellowship, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, March, 1998.

9. Kress Lecturership in Ancient Art, Archaeological Institute of America, 2000/2001.

10. Andrew W. Mellon Art History Fellowship, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, October, 2004.

11. Alexander Onassis Pubic Benefit Foundation guest lecturer in USA, September-October 2005.

 

Referee:

Sterling Chair of Classical Archaeology and History of Art, Yale University

Cornell University Press

Cambridge University Press

Wisconsin University Press

Getty Museum Publications

Routledge

Onassis Foundation fellowships

American School of Classical Studies at Athens

American Journal of Archaeology (AJA) editorship

AJA

Hesperia

Prudentia

Metropolitan Museum of Art fellowships

National Humanities Center fellowships

Kress Foundation grants

Lecturership in Classical Archaeology, University of Sydney

Position in Greek art and archaeology, University of Michigan

Lecturership in Classics and Ancient History, University of Queensland

Lecturership in Classical Archaeology, University of Thessaly

Professorship in Classical Archaeology, University of Thrace

Australian Institute of Archaeology

British Museum, Greek and Roman Department

Fellowships, John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation

Institut Universitaire de France

The University of Southern California

CASVA, National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC

Australian Archaeological Institute, Athens

Institute of Fine Arts, New York University

The University of California at Berkeley

The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

 

Series Advisor:

On the advisory board of the Cambridge University Press series: Cambridge Studies in Classical Art and Iconography

 

Member of Editorial Board of International Journals:

1. Mediterranean Archaeology and Archaeometry, University of the Aegean, 2001-2004

2. MARMORA. International Journal for Archaeology, History and Archaeometry of Marbles and Stones (Rome-Pisa) 2003-

3. Hesperia, American School of Classical Studies at Athens,Princeton, 2004-

 

Papers given at International Congresses:

1. "Some Unpublished Greek and Roman Marble Heads in Oxford," (with Michael Vickers), 77th general meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America, Washington, DC, 1975.

2. "Transformations of a Parthenon Motif," Parthenon-Kongress, Basel, 1982.

3. "The Hope Herakles Reconsidered," XII International Congress of Classical Archaeology, Athens, 1983.

4. "o ," (=Two fragments of classical sculpture) Archaische und klassische griechische Plastik, German Archaeological Institute, Athens, 1985.

5. "Seven Pilasters of Herakles from Sparta," The Greek Renaissance in the Roman Empire, London, British Museum, 1986.

6. "A Classical Variant of the Corinth/Mocenigo Goddess," XIII Intern. Congress of Class. Archaeology, Berlin, 1988.

7. "Cult and Allegory : the Life Story of Artemidoros of Perge," The Iconography of Cult in the Archaic and Classical Periods, Delphi, 1990.

8. "The Art of Miniature Ivories in Prehistoric and Classical Greece," Ivory in Greece and the Eastern Mediterranean, keynote lecture, British Museum, London, 1990.

9. "An Athena Promachos from the Acropolis of Sparta," Sculpture from Arcadia and Laconia, American School of Classical Studies, Athens, 1992.

10. "No Demokratia," The Archaeology of Democracy, American School of Classical Studies, Athens, 1992.

11. "First Among Equals : Athena in the East Pediment of the Parthenon," The Interpretation of Architectural Sculpture in Greece and Rome, National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, 1993.

12. "Athena and Zeus in the East Pediment of the Parthenon," Problèmes de production et de conception de la sculpture grecque classique et hellénistique, Swiss Archaeological School, Athens, 1993.

13. "A Votive Relief of Athena from the Early Years of the Democracy," 95th annual meeting of the AIA, Washington, DC, 1993.

14. "Tyche at Sparta," Peloponnesian Sanctuaries and Cults, Swedish Institute, Athens, 1994.

15. "A Funerary Monument from Halicarnassus," Sculpture and Sculptors of the Dodecanese and Karia, British Museum, London, 1994.

16. Invited panelist at international colloquium, "Das Wrack, der antike Schiffsfund von Mahdia," Rheinisches Landesmuseum, Bonn, 1995.

17. "Sculpture from Roman Sparta: a Garden of Delights," Sparta in Laconia, British Academy special lecture, British Museum, London, 1995.

18. "The Enemy Within: a Macedonian in Piraeus," Regional Schools in Hellenistic Sculpture, American School of Classical Studies, Athens, 1996.

19. "Classical Encounters: Attic Sculpture after Sulla," The Romanization of Athens, Lincoln, Nebraska, 1996.

20. "Alexander's Royal Hunt and the Successors," Alexander the Great : History and Romance, Newcastle, Australia, 1997.

21. "Skopas of Paros," Paria Lithos, Paros, 1997.

22. "Parian Marble and the Athenians," Paria Lithos, Paros, 1997.

23. "The Use of Parian Marble in Attic Sculpture," with Scott Pike, Paria Lithos, Paros, 1997.

24. "Investigation of Marbles at Delphi," with Norman Herz, ASMOSIA V, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 1998.

25."Sculptures from Calaureia and Troezen," First International Conference on the History and Archaeology of the Saronic Gulf, Poros, 1998.

26.Through a Glass Darkly II: Misconceptions about the Study of Greek Sculpture," XVth International Congress of Classical Archaeology, Amsterdam, 1998.

27. Preserving the Past in Classical Athens: Progress or regression ? The Protection of the Past, Gennadius Library, Athens, 1999.

28. Meaning and narrative techniques in high classical statue bases, Word and Image in Ancient Greece, University of Edinburgh, 1999.

29. The arrhephoroi on the Athenian Acropolis, Ancient Greek Iconography, University of Reading, 1999.

30. Invited member of distinguished panel, Cleaning the Parthenon Sculptures, London, British Museum, 1999.

31. To (=The cast gallery of Athens University), (=On museum displays), Sparta, 1999.

32. Did the Greeks use a pointing machine? Approches techniques de la sculpture antique, University of Aix en Provence, 2000.

33. A new metope from Bassae?, ASMOSIA VI, Venice, 2000.

34. An imperial portait from Aulis, VII.Internationales Colloquium über probleme der provinzialrömischen Kunsthaffens, Cologne, 2001.

35. The impact of Ares Macedon on Athenian sculpture, The Macedonians in Athens, 323-229 B.C., Athens University, 2001.

36. (=Zeus Naios and Dione on the Athenian Acropolis), (=Conference in memory of Stelios Triantis), Benaki Museum, Athens, 2002. 

37. Phidias epoiesen: attribution as value judgement, Redrawing the Boundaries, Yale University, 2002.

38. , (=Ludwig Ross, first Professor of Archaeology at the University of Athens), Ludwig Ross in Griechenland, 1833-1843, German Archaeological Institute, Athens, 2002.

39. Arsinoe II in Samothrace and Berenice II in Athens, Early Hellenistic Portraiture: Image, Style and Context, German Archaeological Institute, Athens, 2002.

40. The political implications of archaism, 104th annual meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America, New Orleans, 2003.

41. Baby out of a basket in the Athenian Asklepieion, XVI International Congress of Classical Archaeology, Boston, 2003.

42. New investigations on the pedimental sculptures of the Hieron of Samothrace: a preliminary report, ASMOSIA VII, Thasos, 2003.

43. A votive relief of the Panathenaic Games from the Athenian Acropolis, The Panathenaic Games, Athens University, Athens, 2004.

44. Guest respondent at Structure, Image, Ornament: Architectural Sculpture of the Greek World, American School of Classical Studies, Athens, 2004.

45. Guest participant in round table discussion of Greek and Roman sculptures in the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Royal Academy, London, 2004.

46.Snakes and hands: votive reliefs in local stone from Messene, Croyances Populaires. Rites et Représentations en Méditerranée Orientale, Lille, 2004.  

47. Keeping up with the Seleucids and the Ptolemies, 106th annual meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America, Boston, 2005.

48. Art and royalty in Sparta of the third century B.C., Sparta and Laconia from Prehistory to Premodern, Sparta, 2005.

 

Public Lectures:

1. "A Niche for Kallimachos' Lamp?" American School of Classical Studies, Athens, 21.2.84.

2. "A Niche for Kallimachos' Lamp?" Freie Universität, Berlin, 28.5.84.

3. "Imitation of Herakles in Ruler Portraiture," Swedish Institute, Athens, 3.5.85.

4. "Imitation of Herakles in Ruler Portraiture," Institute of Classical Studies, London, 20.11.85.

5. "Style and Siginificance in Greek Sculpture of the Fourth Century BC," Yale University, 6.3.86.

6. "Imitation of Herakles in Ruler Portraiture," New York University, Institute of Fine Arts, 10.3.86.

7. "Imitation of Herakles in Ruler Portraiture," Cornell University, 12.3.86.

8. "Imitation of Herakles in Ruler Portraiture," Harvard University, Fogg Art Museum, 14.3.86.

9. "Three Sculptural Types of Herakles," The J.Paul Getty Museum, Malibu, 19.3.86.

10. "Style and Significance in Greek Sculpture of the Fourth Century BC," The J.Paul Getty Museum, Malibu, 20.3.86.

11. "Pheidias' Athena Parthenos and Euphranor's Apollo Patroos," University of Crete, 21.10.86.

12. "Tradition and Innovation in Greek Sculpture of the Fourth Century BC," National Museum, Athens, 20.5.87.

13. "Greek into Roman: Two Greek Statues of Herakles in Rome," The Institute of Archaeology, University of Oxford, 10.6.87.

14. "Techniques of Greek Marble Sculpture," Institute of Classical Studies, London, 8.12.87.

15. "Techniques of Greek Marble Sculpture," State University of Ghent, 14.12.87.

16. "Techniques of Greek Sculpture in Marble," University of Cambridge, 23.1.89.

17. "Two Statues of Hercules in the Forum Boarium in Rome," Institute of Classical Studies, London, 24.1.89.

18. "New Light on Techniques of Greek Sculpture," University of Oxford, 3.2.89.

19. "A Classical Variant of the Corinth/Mocenigo Goddess from the Athenian Acropolis," Centre for Acropolis Studies, Athens, 1.3.89.

20. "Herms of Herakles from the Theatre of Sparta," Town Hall, Sparta, 22.10.89.

21. "A New Relief of the Three Graces and the Charites of Socrates," Institute of Classical Studies, London, 6.12.89.

22. "New Light on Techniques of Greek Marble Sculpture," American School of Classical Studies, Athens, 24.4.90.

23. "Reflections on the East Pediment of the Parthenon," Institute of Classical Studies, London, 5.12.90.

24. "A New Relief of the Graces and the Charites of Socrates," National Museum, Athens, 9.1.91.

25. "A New Relief of the Graces and the Charites of Socrates," American School of Classical Studies, Athens, 15.1.91.

26. "A New Relief of the Graces and the Charites of Socrates," The J.Paul Getty Museum, Malibu, 21.3.91.

27. "Techniques of Greek Marble Sculpture," University of Missouri, 25.3.91.

28. "Techniques of Greek Marble Sculpture," Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee, 26.3.91.

29. "Reflections on the East Pediment of the Parthenon," Vanderbilt University, Tennessee, 27.3.91.

30. "Techniques of Greek Marble Sculpture," University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 28.3.91.

31. "Techniques of Greek Marble Sculpture," New York University, Institute of Fine Arts, 10.4.91.

32. "Techniques of Greek Marble Sculpture," Bryn Mawr College, 11.4.91.

33. "Techniques of Greek Marble Sculpture," Princeton University, 23.4.91.

34. "Reflections on the East Pediment of the Parthenon," American School of Classical Studies, New York, 24.4.91.

35. "Reflections on the East Pediment of the Parthenon," Princeton University, 29.4.91.

36. "Miniature Sculpture in Ivory from Prehistoric to Classical Times," Town Hall, Sparta, 15.11.91.

37. "A Marble Athena Promachos from the Acropolis of Sparta," Institute of Classical Studies, London, 28.10.92.

38. "Reflections on the East Pediment of the Parthenon," University of Nebraska, Lincoln, 26.1.93.

39. "Reflections on the East Pediment of the Parthenon," Tulane University, New Orleans, 28.1.93.

40. "A Marble Athena Promachos from the Acropolis of Sparta," Stockholm University, 28.4.93.

41. "Athena and Zeus in the East Pediment of the Parthenon," Lund University, 22.4.93.

42. "Athena and Zeus in the East Pediment of the Parthenon," Uppsala University, 27.4.93.

43. "Athena and Zeus in the East Pediment of the Parthenon," Gothenburg University, 29.4.93.

44. "Tyche in Roman Sparta," Town Hall, Sparta, 11.2.94.

45. "Two Sculptors Named Scopas," American School of Classical Studies, Athens, 15.11.94.

46. "Two Sculptors Named Scopas," Birmingham University, 13.12.94.

47. "Two Sculptors Named Scopas," The University of Western Australia, Perth, 18.8.95.

48. "Initiates in the Underworld," The University of Melbourne, 23.8.95.

49. "Athena and Zeus in the East Pediment of the Parthenon," La Trobe University, Melbourne, 24.8.95.

50. "Two Sculptors Named Scopas," La Trobe University, Melbourne, 25.8.95.

51. "Athena and Zeus in the East Pediment of the Parthenon," The University of Queensland, Brisbane, 30.8.95.

52. "Two Sculptors Named Scopas," The University of Queensland, Brisbane, 31.8.95.

53. "Athena and Zeus in the East Pediment of the Parthenon," The Australian National University, Canberra, 4.9.95.

54. "Two Sculptors Named Scopas," The University of Sydney, 5.9.95.

55. "Athena and Zeus in the East Pediment of the Parthenon," Macquarie University, Sydney, 7.9.95.

56. "Athena and Zeus in the East Pediment of the Parthenon," The University of Sydney, 8.9.95.

57. "Athena and Zeus in the East Pediment of the Parthenon,"

The University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand, 11.9.95.

58. "Athena and Zeus in the East Pediment of the Parthenon," The University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand, 14.9.95.

59. "Introducing Greek Vases," Opening of the Exhibition "Mother City and Colony," Robert McDougall Art Gallery, Christchurch, New Zealand, 15.9.95.

60. "Reconstructions of the East Pediment of the Parthenon," Centre for Acropolis Studies, Athens, 24.1.96.

61. "Grave Reliefs of the Hellenistic Period," Society of the Friends of the People, Athens, 21.2.96.

62. "Sculpture from Roman Sparta," The University of Iowa, 22.4.96.

63. "Two Greek Sculptors Named Scopas,"The Cleveland Museum of Art, 24.4.96.

64. "Reflections on the Piraeus Bronzes," M.Victor Leventritt Lecture, Harvard University Art Museums, 29.4.96.

65. "Two Sculptors Named Scopas," Art Institute of Chicago, 30.4.96.

66. "Techniques of Greek Marble Sculpture," The University of Chicago, 2.5.96.

67. "Reflections on the Piraeus Bronzes," The Institute of Classical Studies, London, 30.10.96.

68. "Fake Sculptures in American Museums," in panel on "Greek Sculpture and Marble," Athens University, 22.1.97.

69. "Reflections on the Piraeus Bronzes," Society of the Friends of the People, Athens, 11.2.97.

70. "Reflections on the Piraeus Bronzes," Australian Archaeological Institute, Athens, 11.3.97.

71. "Sculpture from Roman Sparta," The University of Thessaloniki, 3.4.97.

72. "Reflections on the Piraeus Bronzes," The University of Cincinnati, 5.5.97.

73. "Reflections on the Piraeus Bronzes," Princeton University, 7.5.97.

74. "Reflections on the Piraeus Bronzes," The University of Pennsylvania, 8.5.97.

75. "Two Sculptors Named Scopas," The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 10.5.97. Repeated on 11.5.97.

76. "Reflections on the Piraeus Bronzes," Nicholson Museum, The University of Sydney, 10.7.97.

77. "Attic Sculpture after Sulla," Nicholson Museum, The University of Sydney, 11.7.97.

78. "Hephaistion's Pyre and the Hunt of Alexander the Great," Goulandris Museum of Cycladic Art, Athens, 19.1.98.

79. "Scopas of Paros and his Family of Sculptors: Work in Progress," Finnish Archaeological Institute, Athens, 29.1.98.

80. "The Royal Hunt of Alexander the Great," Institute of Classical Studies, London, 18.2.98.

81. "The Royal Hunt of Alexander the Great," University of Athens, Georgia, 12.3.98.

82. "Two Sculptors Named Scopas," Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, 20.3.98.

83. "The Royal Hunt of Alexander the Great," Cornell University, 27.3.98.

84. "The Royal Hunt of Alexander the Great," Fairfield College, 30.3.98.

85. "Hephaistion's Pyre and the Royal Hunt of Alexander the Great," Institute of Fine Arts, New York, 1.4.98.

86. "The Significance of Marble Provenance in Greek Art and Architecture," British School at Athens, Athens, 19.11.98.

87. Do our marbles matter? Marble provenance in Greek sculpture, Institute of Classical Studies, London, 24.2.99.

88. The grave relief of Adea a Macedonian princess, Australian Archaeological Institute at Athens, Athens, 21.4.99.

89. Meaning and narrative techniques in high classical statue bases, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, 16.9.99.

90. The royal hunt of Alexander the Great, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, 17.9.99.

91. New light on statue bases of the Pheidian School, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, 20.9.99.

92. The Grave relief of Adea and Cassanders other wife, Institute of Fine Arts, New York, 22.9.99.

93. Hephaistions pyre and the royal hunt of Alexander the Great, Bryn Mawr College, 24.9.99.

96. The Royal hunt of Alexander the Great, Town Hall, Sparta, 14.1.2000.

97. The statue bases of the Pheidian circle, Goulandris Museum, Athens, 24.1.2000.

98. La chasse royale dAlexandre le Grand, Louvre, Paris, 7.2.2000.

99. Not the Parthenon frieze. Twentieth century interpretations of alternative Athenian friezes, Institute of Classical Studies, London, 1.3.2000.

100. Interpretations of two Athenian friezes, American School of Classical Studies, Athens, 7.11.2000.

101. The temple on the Ilissos and the temple of Athena Nike: problems of the friezes, Technical University (Polytechneio), Athens, 11.1.2001.

102. A new metope from the temple of Apollo Epikourios at Bassae, German Archaeological Institute, Athens, 18.1.2001.

103-109.The West pediment of the Parthenon: earthquakes and heroes at local chapters of the Archaeological Institute of America in St.Louis, Akron, Columbus, Charlottesville,Nashville, Portland, Salem, 25.2.-12.4.01.

110-120. The arrhephoroi on the Athenian Acropolis at local chapters of the Archaeological Institute of America in Baltimore, Williamsburg, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Chapel Hill, Seattle, Lexington Kentucky, Washington DC, Oxford Ohio, Springfield Ohio, Cleveland, Eugene, 27.2-16.4.01.

121. The arrhephoroi on the Athenian Acropolis, Washington University, St. Louis, 6.4.01.

122. he clock as trophy and the Tower of the Winds, Institute of Classical Studies, London, 31.10.01.

123. he Tower of the Winds and the longing for Alexandria, German Archaeological Institute, Athens, 21.2.2002.

124. Master of Classical Greek sculpture: Scopas and Boston, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 10.3.02.

125. A new metope from Bassae in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Brown University, Providence, 11.3.02.

126. Ancient Macedonia: spectacular frescoes and mosaics, Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC, 13.3.02.

127. A new metope from Bassae in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Institute of Fine Arts, New York, 19.3.02.

128.Painting in Ancient Macedonia, George Mason University, Virginia, 21.3.02.

129. Painting in Ancient Macedonia, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 17.9.02.

130.A new metope from Bassae in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The University of Mississippi, Oxford, 9.1.03.

131.Ludwig Ross, Acropolis Study Center, Athens, 22.1.03.

132.Painting in Ancient Macedonia, The University of Nottingham, Nottingham, 4.2.03.

133.A new metope from Bassae in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Institute of Classical Studies, London, 5.2.03.

134. Dying Niobids in Parian marble, Villa Spelman, Johns Hopkins University, Florence, Italy, 17.3.03.

135. Cassanders first wife, Institute of Balkan Studies, Thessaloniki, 12.5.03.

136. Killing off Classical Niobids, Institute of Classical Studies, London, 25.2.04.

137. Marble carving techniques, University of Aix-en-Provence, 25.3.04.

138. The Arrhephoroi on the Athenian Acropolis, University of Aix-en-Provence, 25.3.04.

139. The Tower of the Winds in Athens and the nostalgia for Alexandria, University of Thessaly, 19.5.04.

140. After the Parthenon: Athena and Asclepius on the Athenian Acropolis, Second Annual Brinkley Lecture, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, 7.10.04.

141. The Tower of the Winds in Athens and the nostalgia for Alexandria, Institute of Fine Arts, New York, 12.10.04.

142. The Terme Niobid and the temple of Apollo Sosianus in Rome, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, 18.10.04.

143.Marc Antony and the Tower of the Winds, University of California at Irvine, 19.10.04.

144.Marc Antony, the Tower of the Winds in Athens, and nostalgia for Alexandria, University of California at Berkeley, 21.10.04.

145.Killing off some Classical Niobids: revisiting the Sosianus pediments in Rome, University of California at Berkeley, 22.10.04. 

146.Going with the flow: the Nile, Euthenia and friends in the pediment of Samothrace, Institute of Classical Studies, London, 23.2.05.

147.From Rhadamanthys paradise to the hunting paradeisos of Alexander the Great: new perspectives on Macedonian painting, The Archaeological Society of Athens, 28.3.05.

148. New perspectives on Macedonian painting, Town Hall, Sparta, 20.5.05.

149. The sculptures of the Parthenon, The University of Maryland at Baltimore County, 19.9.05.

150. The sculptures of the Parthenon, George Mason University, 20.9.05.

151. The sculptures of the Parthenon, The Parthenon Museum, Nashville, Tennessee, 27.9.05.

152. Sculpture in Classical Athens: materials and techniques, The Parthenon Museum, Nashville, 28.9.05.

153. The sculptures of the Parthenon, Austin Peay State University, Clarkesville, TN, 29.9.05.

154. The sculptures of the Parthenon, Cornell University, 4.10.05.

155. New perspectives on Macedonian painting, Cornell University, 5.10.05.

156. Sculpture in Classical Athens: materials and techniques, Cornell University, 6.10.05.

157.The sculptures of the Parthenon, The University of Southern California, Los Angeles, 10.10. 05.

158. New perspectives on Macedonian painting, The University of California at Los Angeles, 12.10.05.

159. Sculpture in Classical Athens: materials and techniques, The University of Southern California, Los Angeles, 13.10.05.

160. The north pediment of the Hieron of Samothrace: a preliminary report, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University, 17.10.05.

161. Art and royalty in Sparta of the third century B.C., Institute of Classical Studies, London, 16.11.05.

 

Special Lecture Series:

Seven lectures on Greek sculpture of the fifth century B.C., Athens Archaeological Society, November-December 2003.

 

Organiser or Co-Organiser of Conferences and
Colloquia:

1.          Sculpture from Arcadia and Laconia. American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 1992.

2.          The Archaeology of Athens and Attica under the Democracy. American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 1992.

3.          Athenian Potters and Painters. American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 1994.

4.          Regional Schools in Hellenistic Sculpture. American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 1996.

5.          The Macedonians in Athens, 322-229 B.C. Athens University, 2001.

6.          Ludwig Ross in Griechenland, 1833-1843. German Archaeological Institute, Athens, 2002.

7.          The Timeless and the Temporal: The Political Implications of Art during the Peloponnesian War, 431-404 B.C. Colloquium, 104th Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America, New Orleans, 2003.

8.         Biennial colloquium on current research of the Department of Archaeology and Art History, Athens University, 2003.

9.         The Panathenaic Games. Athens University, 2004.

 

Publications:

 

I. BOOKS

1. Euphranor (Leiden 1980).

2. O oo o vv (=The sculptured decoration of the Parthenon) (Athens 1983).

3. The Pediments of the Parthenon (Leiden 1993, paperback edition 1998).

4. Sculpture from Arcadia and Laconia, edited by O.Palagia and W.Coulson (Oxford 1993).

5. The Archaeology of Athens and Attica Under the Democracy, edited by W.D.E.Coulson, O.Palagia, T.L.Shear,Jr., H.A.Shapiro and F.J.Frost (Oxford 1994, reprinted 1996).

6. Personal Styles in Greek Sculpture, edited by O.Palagia and J.J.Pollitt, Yale Classical Studies 30 (Cambridge 1996, reprinted 1997; paperback edition 1998).

7. Athenian Potters and Painters, edited by J.H.Oakley, W.D.E. Coulson and O.Palagia (Oxford 1997).

8. Greek Offerings. Essays on Greek Art in honour of John Boardman, edited by O.Palagia (Oxford 1997).

9. Regional Schools in Hellenistic Sculpture, edited by O.Palagia and W.D.E.Coulson (Oxford 1998).

10. The Macedonians in Athens 322-229 B.C., edited by O.Palagia and S.V.Tracy (Oxford 2003).

11. Greek Sculpture: Function, Materials and Techniques in the Archaic and Classical Periods, edited by O.Palagia (Cambridge 2006).

12. Ludwig Ross und Griechenland, edited by H.R.Goette and O. Palagia (Rahden 2005).

13. Athenian Art in the Peloponnesian War, edited by O. Palagia (Cambridge, forthcoming).

14. The Panathenaic Games, edited by O. Palagia and A. Spetsieri-Choremi (Oxford, forthcoming).

 

II. ARTICLES

1. "o vo- o v oo," (=Two unfinished Neo-Attic sculptures in the National Museum) nemon 2 (1972) 105-117.

2. "voo v," (=In the style of Euphranor) Athens Annals of Archaeology 6 (1973) 323-329.

3. "A Draped Female Torso in the Ashmolean Museum," Journal of Hellenic Studies (=JHS) 95 (1975) 180-182.

4. "An Attic Head in Oxford," Boreas 3 (1980) 5-11.

5. "Alpheios," Lexicon Iconographicum Mythologiae Classicae (=LIMC) I (1981) 576-578.

6. "A Colossal Statue of a Personification from the Agora of Athens," Hesperia 51 (1982) 99-113.

7. "The Hope Herakles Reconsidered," Oxford Journal of Archaeology (=OJA) 3 (1984) 107-126.

8. "A Niche for Kallimachos' Lamp ?" American Journal of Archaeology (=AJA) 88 (1984) 515-521.

9. "Transformations of a Parthenon Motif," Parthenon-Kongress Basel (Mainz 1984) 245-246; 421-422.

10. "Apollon," chapters IC, ID, IJ, IO, IIF, IIG, IIK, IIL, IIM, IIIE, IIIG, IIIH, IIII, Kommentar B, LIMC II (1984).

11. "A Decree from the Athenian Asklepieion," (with Kevin Clinton), Hesperia 54 (1985) 137-139.

12. "Imitation of Herakles in Ruler Portraiture," Boreas 9 (1986) 137-150.

13. "o ," (=Two fragments of classical sculpture) in H.Kyrieleis (ed.), Archaische und klassische griechische Plastik 2 (Mainz 1986) 85-88.

14. "Daphne," LIMC III (1986) 344-348.

15. "... v vo. In Defense of Furtwängler's Athena Lemnia," AJA 91 (1987) 81-84.

16. "Les techniques de la sculpture grecque sur marbre," Marbres Helléniques, exh. cat. (Brussels 1987) 76-89.

17. "Eutaxia," LIMC IV (1988) 120.

18. "Glaukos II," LIMC IV (1988) 273-274.

19. "Hellas," LIMC IV (1988) 626-627.

20. "Helikon I," LIMC IV (1988) 572-573.

21. "Herakles" Chapter IC, LIMC IV (1988) pp. 738-796.

22. "Seven Pilasters of Herakles from Sparta,", The Greek Renaissance in the Roman Empire, BICS Suppl. 55 (1989) 122-129.

23. "A Classical Variant of the Corinth/Mocenigo Goddess : Demeter/Kore or Athena?" Annual of the British School at Athens (=BSA) 84 (1989) 323-331.

24. "The Ephebes of Erechtheis, 333/2 B.C., and their Dedication," (with David Lewis), BSA 84 (1989) 333-344.

25. "Two Statues of Hercules in the Forum Boarium in Rome," OJA 9 (1990) 51-70.

26. "A New Relief of the Graces and the Charites of Socrates," Opes Atticae, Festschrift R. Bogaert and H.Van Looy (The Hague 1990) 347-356.

27. "A New Record Relief in the Benaki Museum," Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies (=BICS) 73 (1990) 135-141.

28. "Cult and Allegory: the Life Story of Artemidoros of Perge," I (=Philolacon) in honour of H. Catling (Oxford 1992) 172-177.

29. "The Development of the Classical Style in Athens in the Fifth Century B.C.," The Greek Miracle, exh. cat. (Washington DC / New York 1992) 23-30.

30. "A Marble Athena Promachos from the Acropolis of Sparta," in O.Palagia and W.Coulson (eds.), Sculpture from Arcadia and Laconia (Oxford 1993) 167-175.

31. "No Demokratia," in W.D.E.Coulson, O. Palagia et al. (eds.), The Archaeology of Athens and Attica Under the Democracy (Oxford 1994) 113-122.

32. "Who Invented the Claw Chisel?" (with R.S.Bianchi), OJA 13 (1994) 185-197.

33. "Tyche at Sparta," in An Obsession with Fortune, Tyche in Greek and Roman Art, Yale University Art Gallery Bulletin (1994) 64-75.

34."Akropolis Museum 581: A Family at the Apaturia?" Hesperia 64 (1995) 493-501.

35. "First Among Equals: Athena in the East Pediment of the Parthenon," in The Interpretation of Architectural Sculpture in Greece and Rome, Studies in the History of Art 49, National Gallery of Art, Washington DC (1997) 29-49.

36. "Initiates in the Underworld," in I.D. Jenkins and G.B.Waywell (eds.), Sculptors and Sculpture of Caria and the Dodecanese (London 1997) 68-73.

37."Reflections on the Piraeus Bronzes," in O.Palagia (ed.), Greek Offerings. Essays on Greek Art in honour of John Boardman (Oxford 1997) 177-195.

38. "Classical Encounters: Attic Sculpture After Sulla," in M.C.Hoff and S.I.Rotroff (eds.), The Romanization of Athens (Oxford 1997) 81-95.

39. "Architecture and Sculpture," in B.S.Sparkes (ed.), Greek Civilization (Oxford 1998) 201-215.

40."The Enemy Within: a Macedonian in Piraeus," in O.Palagia and W.D.E.Coulson (eds.), Regional Schools in Hellenistic Sculpture (Oxford 1998) 15-26.

41.Arsinoe III Philopator in Sydney, Mediterranean Archaeology 12(1999) 107-109.  

42."Hephaestion's Pyre and the Royal Hunt of Alexander," in A.B. Bosworth and E.Baynham (eds.), Alexander the Great: Fact and Fiction (Oxford 2000) 167-206.

43. "A Gymnasiarch's Dedication and the Panathenaic Torch-Race," in A . Mythes et cultes: études d' iconographie en lhonneur de Lilly Kahil (BCH Supplement 38, 2000) 403-408.

44. Meaning and sculptural techniques in statue bases of the Pheidian circle, in B.A.Sparkes and N.K.Rutter (eds.), Word and Image in Ancient Greece (Edinburgh 2000) 53-78.

45. "Through a Glass Darkly II: Misconceptions about the Study of Greek Sculpture," Proceedings of the XVth International Congress of Classical Archaeology (Amsterdam 2000) 296-299.

46. "Skopas of Paros and the 'Pothos'," in D.U.Schilardi and D. Katsonopoulou (eds.), Paria Lithos (Athens 2000) 219-225.

47. "Parian Marble and the Athenians," in D.U.Schilardi and D. Katsonopoulou (eds.), Paria Lithos (Athens 2000) 347-354.

48. "Sculpture from Roman Sparta," in Kallisteuma. Festschrift for Olga Tzachou-Alexandri (Athens 2001) 285-300.

49. Athens National Museum: archaic sculpture galleries reopened, Minerva 12,6 (2001)  22-24.

50.The Tomb of Eurydice, Vergina, Plundered, Minerva 13,1 (2002) 4-5.

51. "Investigation of Marbles at Delphi" with Norman Herz, in J.J. Herrmann, Jr., N. Herz and R. Newman (eds.), ASMOSIA V: Interdisciplinary Studies on Ancient Stone (London 2002) 240-249.

52. Zeus Naios and Dione on the Athenian Acropolis (in Greek), in D. Damaskos (ed.), Ancient Greek Sculpture in Memory of Stelios Triantis, Benaki Museum Supplement 1 (Athens 2002) 171-180.

53. "Sculptures from Calaureia and Troezen in the Poros Museum" (in Greek), in E. Konsolaki-Giannopoulou (ed.), Argosaronikos II (Proceedings of the First International Conference on the History and Archaeology of the Saronic Gulf, Poros, June 26-29, 1998) (Athens 2003) 171-187.

54. The Impact of Ares Macedon on Athenian Sculpture in O.Palagia and S.V.Tracy (eds.), The Macedonians in Athens, 322-229 B.C. (Oxford 2003)140-151.

55. A New Metope from Bassai in L. Lazzarini (ed.), ASMOSIA VI: Interdisciplinary Studies on Ancient Stone (Padova 2003) 375-382.

56. Did the Greeks Use a Pointing Machine? in Approches Techniques de la Sculpture Antique,Bulletin Archéologique 30 (2003) 55-64.

57. An Imperial Portrait from Aulis, in P. Noelke (ed.), Romanisation und Resistenz, Akten des VII.Internationalen Colloquiums über Probleme des provinzialrömischen Kunsthaffens (Mainz 2003) 537-547.

58. The Boy in the Great Eleusinian Relief (with Kevin Clinton), AM 118 (2003) 263-280.

59.Interpretations of two Athenian Friezes: the Temple on the Ilissos and the Temple of Athena Nike, in J. M. Barringer and J.M.Hurwit (eds.), Periklean Athens and its Legacy (Austin 2005) 177-192.

60. Fire from heaven: pediments and akroteria of the Parthenon, in J. Neils (ed.), The Parthenon from Antiquity to the Present (Cambridge 2005) 224-259.

61. , (1837-1843) (=Ludwig Ross, first professor of archaeology in the University of Athens, 1837-1843), in H. R. Goette and O. Palagia (eds.), Ludwig Ross und Griechenland (Rahden 2005) 263-273.

62. Phidias epoiesen: attribution as value judgement, in C. Morgan (ed.), Festschrift for G. B. Waywell (BICS Suppl., London, forthcoming).

63. Berenice II in Athens, in R. von den Hoff and P. Schultz (eds.), Early Hellenistic Portraiture. Image, Style, Context (Cambridge, forthcoming).

64. Baby out of a basket in the Athenian Asklepieion, in C. C. Mattusch and A. A Donohue (eds.), Proceedings of the XVI International Congress of Classical Archaeology (forthcoming).

65. New investigations on the pedimental sculptures of the Hieron of Samothrace: a preliminary report (with Y. Maniatis et al.), in Y.Maniatis (ed.), ASMOSIA VII, BCH Suppl. (forthcoming).

66. Art and royalty in Sparta of the third century B.C., Hesperia 75, 2006 (forthcoming).

 

 

III. BOOK REVIEWS

1. J.Charbonneaux-R.Martin-F.Villard, Classical Greek Art, JHS 94 (1974) 239-240.

2. P.Moreno, Testimonianze per la teoria artistica di Lisippo and Lisippo, JHS 97 (1977) 221.

3. B.F.Cook, Greek and Roman Art in the British Museum, Apollo July 1977.

4. J.B.Carter, The Sculpture of Taras, Classical Review (=CR) 28 (1978) 189.

5. A.F.Stewart, Skopas of Paros, JHS 99 (1979) 212-213.

6. G.B.Waywell, The Free-Standing Sculptures of the Mausoleum, CR 30 (1980) 108-109.

7. B.S.Ridgway, Fifth Century Styles in Greek Sculpture, AJA 86 (1982) 456-457.

8. A.F.Stewart, Skopas in Malibu, CR 34 (1984) 277-278.

9. J.Boardman, Greek Sculpture : The Classical Period and The Parthenon and its Sculptures, CR 37 (1987) 269-271.

10. J.J.Pollitt, Art in the Hellenistic Age, CR 40 (1990) 131-133.

11. E.J.Walters, Attic Grave Reliefs that Represent Women in the Dress of Isis, CR 40 (1990) 517.

12. J.Flemberg, Venus armata, Opuscula Atheniensia (=OpAth) 20 (1994) 290-291.

13. N.Spivey, Understanding Greek Sculpture, JHS 118 (1998) 245-247.

14. O.Koloski-Ostrow and C.L.Lyons (eds.), Naked Truths, Minerva 11,1 (2000) 63.

15. J.Neils, The Parthenon Frieze, Minerva 13,4 (2002)63-64.

 


 

IV. ENTRIES IN EXHIBITION CATALOGUES

1. Greece and the Sea (Amsterdam 1987) nos. 106, 108, 113.

2. Marbres helléniques (Brussels 1987/88) nos. 108, 111, 132, 142, 144.

3. Ancient Greek Art from the Collection of Stavros S.Niarchos (Athens 1995) no. 30.

4. Greek and Roman Sculpture from the Collections of the Benaki Museum (Athens 2004) nos. 17, 22, 67, 80.

 


 

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