A.I.C. - Β' Symposium: New Technologies in Service to Our Knowledge of Antiquity
Β' Symposium: New Technologies in Service to Our Knowledge of Antiquity

Series: the Hellenic Worldview

Acta of B' Symposium

NEW TECHNOLOGIES IN THE SERVICE OF THE ARCHAEOGNOSTIC RESEARCH


The concepts of Space and Time according to the Greeks, as elements of transition from the ancient Mysteries to the explosion of the Hellenistic Science
Abstract
Konstantinos Karnassiotis

1th Section: Acropolis

3D laser scanning and digital assembly of the carven stones of Pathenon west frieze
Abstract
Konstantinos-Dionysios Bouzakis – Emmanouil Varitis, Ioannis Mirisidis, Areti Sakelaridou, Kyriakos Efstathiou, Dimitrios Pantermalis

Investigation of archaeological findings from the New Museum of Acropolis using innovative technologies
Abstract
Kyriakos Efstathiou – Konstantinos- Dionysios Bouzakis, Dimitrios Pantermalis, Spiridon Kompogiannis, Ioannis Mirisidis, Chrystalla Efstathiou

2nd Section: The Antikythera Mechanism

Computer programming and the Antikythera Mechanism: the analysis of the parapegma
Abstract
Magdalini Anastasiou, - Ιoannis Seiradakis

Technological innovations applied in the underwater survey of the Antikythera shipwreck
Abstract
Alexandros Tourtas, - Theotokis Theodoulou

3rd Section: Geophysical-Archaeognostic Research

Situated Simulation of a Hellenistic port in West Crete
Abstract
Elpida Hadjidaki - Gunnar Liestol

Unknown hidden earthquakes in the Troy, Doxipara-Zoni (Evros), Helike faults: an Archaeoseismological approach
Abstract
Spiros Pavlides

Geophysical Prospection: From the detection and imaging of buried antiquities to the contribution in protecting and preserving monuments
Abstract
Grigorios Tsokas

4th Section: Dating methods and materials characterization

Gold in ancient Macedonia and Thrace: Mining activity and archaeological findings
Abstract
Mihalis Vavelidis

Chronological methods applied in archaeology
Abstract
Konstantinos Stamoulis - Konstantinos Ioannidis

Materials' micro infrared spectroscopic identification in works of art: The case of Saint Demetrius of Stomion
Abstract
Lamprini Malletzidou – Konstantinos Paraskevopoulos

Identification of pigments in icons using micro-Raman spectroscopy. A case study in Cretan School of iconography
Abstract
Alexandros Konstanta - Ioannis Karapanagiotis

5th Section: Robotics and Hellenism

Robotics and philosophy
Abstract
Aristides Gogoussis

Conclusions of the Symposium

The transition from Ancient Greece to the modern western world: Science, Values and the obstacle of Rome
Abstract
Panagiotis Eliopoulos