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A Singular Antiquity: Archaeology and Hellenic Identity in Twentieth-Century Greece

3rd Supplement

Edited by Dimitris Damaskos and Dimitris Plantzos

A Singular Antiquity is an attempt to investigate the ideological strategies, somewhat improvised yet at times quite effective, through which the materiality of Greek archaeology has been employed as the foundation for the metaphysics of Greekness.

Πίνακας Περιεχομένων

Εισαγωγικές σελίδες

 
 
11-30

Antiquity and the Greek antiquities

Mark Mazower
33-41
Michael Herzfeld
43-54
George Tolias
55-65
Andromache Gazi
67-82
Marlen Mouliou
83-109
Niki Sakka
111-124
Daphne Voudouri
125-139
Delia Tzortzaki
141-161
Vassilis Lambropoulos
163-171

Greek Archaeology: Paradigms and ideologies

Kostas Kotsakis
175-183
Vangelis Karamanolakis
185-195
Dionysis Mourelatos
197-207
Olga Gratziou
209-222
Alexandra Bounia
223-236
Vangelis Calotychos
237-252
Dimitris Plantzos
253-272
Yannis Hamilakis
273-284

The imagined realities of Greekness

Dimitris Tziovas
287-298
Angeliki Koufou
299-307
Dora F. Markatou
309-320
Dimitris Damaskos
321-336
Elena Hamalidi
337-358
Artemis Leontis
359-373
Dimitris Philippides
375-382
Maria Diamandi
383-399

Afterword

Dimitris Damaskos
403-407