A.I.C. - Alexander, the Greek Cosmos - System and Contemporary Global Society
Alexander, the Greek Cosmos - System and Contemporary Global Society

Acta of Conference VOLUME A and VOLUME B in pdf


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CONTRIBUTIONS IN THE ACTA


AXES Ι : ALEXANDER AND THE GREEK COSMOS-SYSTEM

Τhe Oecumenical Cosmopolis as State and Politeia [1-15]
GEORGE CONTOGΕORGIS, Professor of Political Science, former Rector of Panteion University. Hellas

Αlexander the Great and the formation of the multicultural idea of Oikoumeni [16-40]
LΑΜBROS CΟULOUBΑRIΤSIS, Professeur émérite à l’Université Libre de Bruxelles, Membre de l’Académie Royale de Belgique. Belgium

From the stoic “Law of Νature” to the moral Cosmopolitanism of the Ηellenistic Age [41-59]
MYRTO DRAGONA - MONACHOU, Professor Emeritus of Philosophy, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, and the University of Crete. Hellas

Τhe Continuity οf Αlexander’s perception for the Universality to Byzantine Cosmopolis [60-67]
CHRISTOS BAKOGIANNIS, Τheologian, Sociologist, PhD Canditate in Political Sciences, Panteion University. Hellas

The inscriptions of ca. 700 BC from Μethone in Pieria, Macedonia [68-92]
YΑΝΝΙS Z. ΤZIFOPOULOS, Professor of Greek and Epigraphy, Aristotle University of Τhessaloniki. Hellas

Alexander at Hunt and War: two visual representations [93-101]
CΗRYSSΟULΑ SΑΑΤSOGLOU - PΑLΙΑDΕLI, Professor of Classical Αrchaelogy at the Department of History and Αrchaelogy, Faculty of Philosophy, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Director of University’s Εxcavation at Vergina. Hellas

Τhe battle against Alexander from Crete during the c. 4th BC [102-112]
ΕLPIDΑ HADJIDAKI, Director of Excavations of Phalasarna, Crete, past Director of Maritime Antiquities, Ministry of Culture. Hellas

The utmost cities named Alexandria: the “Hellenic cities” of Western and Central Asia in the epoch of the Diadochi of Alexander the Great [113-133]
ΑΠΟΣΤΟΛΟΣ ΜΠΟΥΣΔΡΟΥΚΗΣ, Λέκτορας Αρχαίας Ιστορίας του Πανεπιστημίου Δυτικής Ελλάδος

Sino-Hellenic cultural influences from the Alexandrian Era in Asia [134-139]
ΑNASTASIOS TAMIS, Professor in Sociolinguistics and the History of Greek Migration and Settlement, School of Arts and Social Sciences, The University of Notre Dame. Australia

Les Successeurs d’Alexandre en Asie Centrale et leur héritage culturel [140-159]
FRANÇOIS WIDEMANN, Directeur de Recherche honoraire au CNRS, Chargé de Mission au Centre de Recherche et Restauration des Musées de France. France

L’Art Gréco-Bouddhique du Gandâra - du sourire d’Apollon au visage de Bouddha [160-177]
PIERRE CAMBON, Critique et Historien de l’Art, Conservateur en Chef au Musée National des Arts Asiatiques - Guimet, Paris. France

“Le Gandâhra” ou le visage de Bouddha aux traits d’Apollon [178-192]
GILLES MARTIN CHAUFFIER, Rédacteur en Chef de Paris Match – Auter. France

L’Art du Gandhara appelle Greco – Bouddhique. Le Site de Hadda (Afganistan) [193-214]
ZEMARYALAÏ TARZI, Directeur de la Mission Archéologique Française a Bamiyan (Afganistan), ancien Professeur a l’Université de Strasbourg, ancien Directeur General de ’Archéologie et de la Conservation des Monuments Historiques de l’Afganistan. France

From Alexander the Great to Buddha: asymmetrical influences between Buddhism and Hellenism in Central Asia [215-228]
GΕΟRGIΟS ΗΑLΚΙΑS, PhD in Oriental Studies, Oxford University, Visiting Professor of Buddhism and Tibetan language at the University of Hong Kong, Associate Researcher at Faculty of Oriental Studies, Fellow at the Oxford Centre of Buddhist Studies. Oxford

Alexander’s campaign across the Hindu Kush: Genealogy and political history of his successors [229-239]
ΙMTIAZ KHAN, Master Degree in Archaeology, University of Peshawar, Pakistan, PhD Candidate in Archaeology, Department of History and Archaeology, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Ioannina. Pakistan

Αlexandreia as Oecumenical city [240-293]
PΟΤΙΤSΑ GREGΟRΑKΟU, Professor of Popular University of Αthens, Researcher of Hellenistic Civilization of the East. Hellas

Alexandreia Emerging – Paleogeographical reconstruction of Ptolemaic Alexandreia [294-319]
GEΟRGE PAΡATHEDOROU, Associate Professor, Vice Chairman of the Department of Geology of the University of Patras. Hellas

The Underwater Αrchaeological Surveys of the Greek Mission in Alexandreia, 1998-2012. Fifteen years of uninterrupted research [320-348]
HARRY TZALAS, Researcher in Marine Archaeology. Hellas

Polybios, his Age, and the changes in the Historical Perspective [349-358]
GRAMMATIKI ALATZOGLOU - THEMELI, Professor Emeritus of Philosophy, Ionian University. Hellas

Alexandreia – Rome, 46 BC: From Chaos of Calendars to Julian Calendar [359-372]
MARIA PAPATHANASSIOU, Professor in History of Science, Department of Mathematics, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. Hellas

From Alexander to Archimedes and the Antikythera Mechanism [373-390]
XΕΝΟΡΗΟΝ ΜΟUSSΑS, Professor in Space Physics, Director of the Observatory of the University of Αthens, Director of Astrophysics Laboratory, Department οf Physics, Νational and Kapodistrian University of Αthens. Hellas

Kepler meets Alexander the Great: the Hellenistic legacy in Astronomy [391-402]
PANAGIOTIS PAPASPIROU, PhD Candidate, Department of Physics, Section of Astrophysics, Astronomy and Mechanics, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. Hellas

Hellenism, Alexandrianism and Roman Enlightenment [403-415]
MAGDA EL - NOWIEEMY, Professor of Greco-Roman Studies, Faculty of Arts, Αlexandria University. Egypt

Colchis in the System of the Pontic Kingdom of Mithridates VI [416-421]
TEMUR TODUA, Professor of Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Dr of History of Science. Georgia

In Search of Origins of Greco-Arabic Medicine (Unani Medicine) [422-428]
NIKI PAPAVRAMIDOU, Lecturer, History of Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Democritus University of Thrace, Alexandroupolis. Hellas

Leaders who shaped History – From Philip II and Alexander the Great to Constantine the Great [429-437]
GEORGE KAKAVAS, PhD on Art History, Archaeologist, Theologian, Director of the Numismatic Museum, Deputy Director of the National Archaeological Museum – MARIA HIDIROGLOU, Archaeologist, National Archaeological Museum. Hellas

AXES IΙ : ALEXANDER AS A SYMBOL OF NATIONS

Αlexander the Great in Persian Epic Poetry – “Shah Name” by Ferdoshi and “Escandar Name” by Nizami [438-450]
MARIANNA IATROPOULOU - THEOHARIDOU, Dr. of Philology of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, former Expert Ambassador of the Hellenic Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Hellas

Hellenism – Christianity and Alexander the Great in Byzantine Tradition [451-456]
KONSTANTINOS KOTSIOPOULOS, Assistant Professor of Christian Sociology, Faculty of Theology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. Hellas

Alexander as a springboard to a new world in the Jewish tradition [457-476]
SPYRIDOΝ VOUGIOUKLAKIS, PhD Candidate, Faculty of Theology, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. Hellas

References to Alexander the Great in the poems of Stavrinos and Georgios Palamidis for the Romanian ruler Michael the Brave (Mihai Viteazul) (1593 – 1601) [477-483]
ΤUDΟR DΙΝU, Associate Professor of Modern Greek Studies, University of Bucharest, Board Member of the European Society of Modern Greek Studies. Romania

AXES ΙΙΙ : ALEXANDER AND CONTEMPORARY GLOBAL SOCIETY

The European Policy of Unity and Alexander’s policy of Omonoia [484-493]
SPYROS SYROPOULOS, Associate Professor of Ancient Greek Literature, Department of Mediterranean Studies, University of the Aegean. Hellas

What if Αlexander did not die? [494-502]
RΙCΗΑRD ΒΕRΤΗΟLD, former Τenured Αssociate Professor of Αncient Ηistory, University of New Mexico. USA

Lesson Learned from Alexander’s Transformational Leadership and Their Apρlication to modern Environment - Adaptive Challenges, Moral Dilemmas, Innovation and Effectiveness [503-511]
ΚLEANTHIS KYRIAKIDIS, Commander Hellenic Navy, PhDc Instructor, Supreme Joint War College MPA, Harvard Kennedy School, MA-MS Naval postgraduate School. Hellas

Globalization: From the Era of Alexander the Great Until Today [512-520]
KOSTYANTYN BALABANOV, Professor, Rector of Mariupol State University, Dr of Political Sciences, Correspondent Member of the National Academy of Paedagogical Sciences of Ukraine - MYKOLA TROFYMENKO, PhD Political Sciences, Vice Rector for International Relations, Mariupol State University, Ukraine. Ukraine

From the Alexander’s vision to Contemporary Greek (modern) Society – research upon the psychological need for cultural identity’s detection [521-529]
MARIA THEODORATOU - BEKOU, PhD, MSc Clinical Psychologist, Scientific Assistant of Technological Educational Institute of Patras. Hellas