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In the BEMA Online Seminar on June 04, 2022 Dr. Despoina Tsiafaki Director of Research at "Athena": Research & Innovation Center in Information, Communication & Knowledge Technologies, will present: "Attic pottery in ancient Thrace"
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In the BEMA Online Seminar on May 07, 2022 Dr. Silvana Blazhevska - National Institution Stobi, R. of N. Macedonia, presented: "Burial Practices at the Roman and Late Roman Necropoleis of Stobi"
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In the BEMA Online Seminar on April 02, 2022 Dr. Julien Vieugué and Anna Eirikh-Rose, presented: "Sha`ar Hagolan excavation and their impact on our understanding of the Neolitisation processes in the Southern Levant".
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In the BEMA Online Seminar on March 05, 2022 historian David Hendrix - founder of the Byzantine Legacy website, presented: "The Byzantine Legacy" - website, social media and photo archive.
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Dr. Kamen Boyadzhiev - Head of the “Exhibitions” Department at the National Archaeological Institute with Museum, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, presented: "Tell Yunatsite, Southern Bulgaria. Recent excavations and new insights on the Chalcolithic in Thrace"
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Dr. Kroum Batchvarov – Associate Professor of Maritime Archaeology at the University of Connecticut presented the Kitten shipwreck located on the Western Black Sea coast and discuss shipbuilding and seafaring during the Ottoman period.
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Alexander Manev (Ph.D. Candidate at NAIM-BAS, Sofia, Bulgaria) presented the results from the excavations of the Roman Road Station Bona Mansio in North-Western Thrace, situated on the main road Via Diagonalis.
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Dr. Richard Wenghofer (Nipissing University, Canada) discussed interpretations of the material culture in the Hellenistic Far East and more specifically the kingdoms of Bactria, the Indo-Greek and Indo-Scythian kingdoms.
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Dr. Nikolas Sarris (National Library of Greece) takes us on a journey through the archaeology of bookbinding and one of the largest collections of early and undisturbed book bindings on manuscripts at the library in St. Catherine's monastery in Sinai, established in the 6th century.