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OUR ACTIVITIES

We hold an annual meeting in autumn, which will include academic discussions.

《The 3rd Annual Meeting of The Association for Researchers of the Ancient Greek Civilization, 2017》
Date: 11, Nov. 2017
Venue: Seminar Room, Mukougaoka Faculty House,
The University of Tokyo
1-1-1 Yayoi, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113-0032 Japan
TEL +81-(0)3-5805-2505
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Programme
13.10 Opening Remark: Mariko SAKURAI, President
13.20 Yugi FURUYAMA (Associate Professor, Meiji University)
'The "Dark" and "BLank" of Greek Epigraphy in Archaic Crete.'
14:00 Emiko TANAKA (Associate Professor, Niigata Unversity)
'Athletes in the Athenian vase-painting in the fifth century B.C.'
    short break
15.00 Asako KURIHARA (Professor, Osaka University)
'The Effect of Written Law as Object’
15.40 Akiko KISO (Professor Emerita, Osaka University)
'The use of deceit—Demosthenes’ rhetoric—'
    short break
16.25 General Meeting for the members
16.45 Closing Remark: Yoshiyuki, SUTO, Vice-President

All welcome, admission free, no pre-registration.
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《The 2nd Annual Meeting of The Association for Researchers of the Ancient Greek Civilization, 2016》
Date: 5, Nov. 2016
Venue: Seminar Room, Mukougaoka Faculty House,
The University of Tokyo
1-1-1 Yayoi, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113-0032 Japan
TEL 03-5805-2505
Access Map

Programme
13:10 Opening Remark: Mariko SAKURAI, President
13:20 Taisuke, OKADA (Associate Professor, Takachiho University)
“Zeugitai and hoplites: A military dimension of the Solon's census classes revisited”
14:00 Akiko, MOROO (Professor, Chiba University of Commerce)
“The Miletus Decree Revisited: IG I3 21, Milet 6.3.1020 and the Milesian-Athenian Relationship” (provisional)
    short break
15.00 Chieko, SHINOZUKA (Professor, Musashino Art University)
“Loutrophoros: Shape, Name, Gender”
15.40 Hajime, TANAKA (Associate Professor, University of Tokyo)
“Julian and Libanius in the Letters: Epistolography and Literary Tradition”
    short break
16.25 General Meeting for the members
16.45 Closing Remark: Yoshiyuki, SUTO, Vice-President

All welcome, admission free, no pre-registration.
Download the poster in Japanese
Download the abstracts in Japanese

《The Annual Meeting of The Association for Researchers of the Ancient Greek Civilization, 2015》
Date: 14, Nov. 2015
Venue: Seminar Room, Mukougaoka Faculty House,
The University of Tokyo
1-1-1 Yayoi, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113-0032 Japan
TEL 03-5805-2505
Access Map

Programme
13:10 Opening Remark: Mariko SAKURAI, President
13:20 Mariko, SAKURAI (Professor Emerita, The University of Tokyo)
“The Derveni Papyrus and its Historical Background : Reading of Column VI”
14:00 Noboru, SATO (Associate Professor, Kobe University)
“Adoptions, Family Properties, and ‘Continuation’ of Oikos in Classical Athens”
    short break
15.00 Toshihiro, OSADA (Professor, The University of Tsukuba)
“The Parthenon Frieze: Representation of Dedicator and Beneficiary”
15.40 Yoshiyuki, SUTO (Professor, Nagoya University)
“Amphora and Wine Trade in the Hellenistic World: A View from Egypt”
    short break
16.25 General Meeting for the members
16.45 Closing Remark: Yoshiyuki, SUTO, Vice-President

All welcome, admission free, no pre-registration.
Download the poster in Japanese
Download the abstracts in Japanese
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PAST ACTIVITIES

Before the foundation of our association, Mariko SAKURAI (Tokyo), Catherine MORGAN (KCL) and Charlotte ROUECHE(KCL) started Euro-Japanese Colloquium in the Ancient Mediterranean World. The first meeting was held in March, 2005, at Senate House, London University. Since then, most of the founding members of this association have joined in the meetings and communicated with Europen leading scholars and young academics.
Followings are the programs of the 1st to 3rd Euro-Japanese Colloquium.

The First Colloquium(16-18, March, 2005, Senate House, London University, Senate house)
Organisers: SAKURAI, Mariko (Tokyo), MORGAN, Catherine (KCL) and ROUECHE, Charlotte (KCL)
Speakers
MORGAN, Catherine (KCL)'Studying the eighth and seventh centuries. Twenty years after the "Greek Renaissance"'.
HANSEN, Mogens (Copenhagen) and NAEREBOUT, Frederick (Leiden) "The Copenhagen Polis Centre: history of research and key contributions."
NAKAI, Yoshiaki (Doshisha) "The Emergence of Sparta" [Discussant: VAN WEES, Hans (UCL)]
HASEGAWA, Takeo (Kamakura Women’s Univ.) “How to make a polis - a case of Megalopolis” [Discussants: ROY, James(Nottingham), NIELSEN, Thomas Heine (Copenhagen)]
MOROO, Akiko (Chiba Univ. of Commerce) “State-formation and Literacy: A Comparative Study” [Discussant:THOMAS, Rosalind (University of Oxford)]
MATSUDA, Akira (UCL) "Presentation on Japanese historical/archaeological research at Somma Vesuviana (near Pompeii), Italy"
MIYAZAKI, Makoto (Oxford) "Body Culture as a Political Culture in Archaic Greece" [Discussant: DAVIES, J. K. (Liverpool)]
SAKURAI, Mariko (Tokyo) “The Beginning of the Agora as a Public Space in Classical Athens” [RHODES, P. J. (Durham)]
NAGAO, Misato (Nagoya) “Delos and its role in the formation and development of the polis” Discussants: CONSTANTAKOPOULOU, Christy (Birkbeck), KOWALZIG, Barbara (Oxford)]
OKADA, Taisuke (Takachiho) “Interrelation and integration of coastal and inland communities in post-Minoan Crete” [Discussant: JOHNSTON, Alan (UCL)]
YAMADA, Shigeo (Tsukuba) “Assyrian Trading Colonies in the East-Mediterranean Coast: An Aspect of Assyro-Greek Contact” [Discussant: KUHRT, Amelie (UCL)]
SUTO, Yoshiyuki (Nagoya) “Egypt and the Aegean in the Archaic Period:A View from the Other Side of the Mediterranean” [Discussant: VILLING, Alexandra (BM)]
HAARER, Peter (University of Oxford) "The Epigraphical Archive of Anne Jeffery"
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The Second(26-29, March, 2009, Sanjo conference hall, The University of Tokyo)
Organises: SAKURAI, Mariko (Tokyo), HASHIBA, Yuzuru (Tokyo), MORGAN, Catherine (KCL)
Theme:“SOCIAL NORMS and PUBLIC SPHERE”
Speakers
MORGAN, Catherine (BSA) "Why build 'temples' in Early Greek sanctuaries?" (Comment: SAKURAI)
NAGAO, Misato (Nagoya) "Some perspectives from the altars in the Delian sanctuary of Apollo" (Comment: MORGAN)
SINGOR, Henk (Leiden) "The Hippeis of Classical Sparta: a special case of social norms and public space" (Comment: NAKAI)
UENO, Shinya (Otsuma Women’s Univ.) "Towards a Historical Interpretation of Isocrates' Panathenaicus" (Comment: BOWDEN)
DAVIES, John (Liverpool) "Was the Greek oikos a public institution?" (Commnet: ITO)
KURIHARA, Asako (Osaka) "graphai idiai : a sense of community in Athenian Public Prosecution" (Comment: PITT)
JACQMIN, Claire (Temple) "Social Norms and Public Sphere: Marriage to Inferiors" (Comment: SAKURAI)
SATO, Noboru (Tokyo) "Out-of-Court Settlement and Public Opinion in Democratic Athens" (Comment: DAVIES)
BOWDEN, Hugh (KCL) "Nameless Gods: Mystery Cults, Myth, Ritual and Greek Polis Religion" (Comment: TAKABATAKE)
MATSUBARA, Toshibumi (Waseda) "‘Out of Many, One’? An Aspect of the Public Role of Roman Historiography" (Comment: RIZAKIS)
PITT, Robert (BSA) "Guarantors in Greek Building Projects: Private Security for Public Works" (Comment: MOROO)
IKEGUCHI, Mamoru (Beppu) "Zooarchaeology and Meat Consumption in Roman Italy" (Comment: SINGOR)
RIZAKIS, Athanasios (KERA, Athens) "The Greek ruling “class” between loyalty to Rome and love of country. A model for establishing world dominion" (Comment: HASEGAWA)
TANAKA, Hajime (Tokyo) "Libanius' Pro Templis (Or. XXX): Is It Really a Religious Propaganda?" (Comment: ROUECHE)
ROUECHE, Charlotte (KCL) "Reading the City through the Archaeological Record: Benefits and Dangers" (Comment: INOUE)
URANO, Satoshi (Rikkyo) "A Hypothesis on the Inheritance in the Apionic oikoi : who were diadochoi and prosopa?" (Comment: ROUECHE)
Commentators: INOUE, H. (Tokai), HASEGAWA, Takeo (Kamakura Women’s Uni.), ITO, Sadao (Tokyo), MOROO, Akiko (Chiba University of Commerce), NAKAI, Yoshiaki (Doshisha), TAKABATAKE, Sumio (Toyo)

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The Third(24-26, April, 2014, British School at Athens)
Organisers: SAKURAI, Mariko (Tokyo), SATO, Noboru (Kobe), MORGAN, Catherine (BSA), PITT, Robert (BSA)
Theme: Myth, Sanctuary, and Historiography
Speakers
SAKURAI, Mariko (Tokyo) "Orphikoi in Classical Athens and the Derveni Papyrus"
TAKEUCHI, Kazuhiro (Athens) "Dionysos in Sphettos: SEG XXXVI 187 Revisited"
SATO, Noboru (Kobe) "Hellenistic Didyma and Milesian mythical past"
Braund, David (Exeter) "Ephesus, Artemis and colonization in the northern Black Sea region"
UENO, Shinya (Kyoritsu Women's Univ.) "Reading Suburb: The Context of the Phaedrus"
MCINERNEY, Jeremy (Pennsylvania) "City-slickers and rustic bores: Herakleides Kritikos and the marketing of Hellenistic Athens"
FUJII, Takashi (Kyoto) "Emperor, Sanctuary and Myth in Roman Cyprus"
CAMIA, Francesco (KERA) "Gods and Emperors in Roman Greece: a successful combination "
SUTO, Yoshiyuki (Nagoya) "Comparative Perspectives on the Emergence of Divine Honours in Ancient Greece and Prewar Japan"
MOROO, Akiko (Chiba Univ. of Commerce) "Transformation and Re-Creation of Memory through the Ages: Local Pride and the Rendering of the Persian Wars"
EARLEY, Ben (BSA) "The influence of the Athenian Empire on later political thought"
STRAZDINS, Estelle (BSA) "Controlling Memory: Philostratus' Commemoration of Herodes Atticus"
ARAPOGIANNI, Xeni (38th Ephorate of Antiquities) & MAKRES, Andronike (the Hellenic Education & Research Center) "The Excavations of Ancient Thouria (2007-2013) and the Epigraphic Evidence "
RIZAKIS, Athanasios (KERA) "Up and down the social ladder in the periphery of the Roman world: the case of Peloponnesian cities"
TANAKA, Hajime (Tokyo) "Theodosius’ Religious Policy in the Ecclesiastical History of Theodoretus"
KARAVAS, John (College Year in Athens) "The Late Roman Limes in Skythia in the aftermath of the battle of Adrianople (378 CE)"

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