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The final deadline for paper submission (including posters) is October 31st, 2006. Manuscripts must be in digital format [preferably in Microsoft Word]. Each submission should include a printed copy and a CD (avoid floppy disks).Manuscripts should not exceed 12 pages, including references [footnotes].Illustrations are limited to the absolutely necessary pictures and drawings [highest limit 10] that can be submitted as hard copies or digital [CD – not through e-mail]. Digital images resolution must be of 300dpi at least. ATTENTION: It is preferable to submit the original drawings [or high quality photocopies] as well as slides or black-and-white photographs that will be digitalized by the editors, rather than problematic digital images [of low resolution, small dimensions]. Numbering of drawings, photographs, tables, etc must be unified as “Figures”. Illustration subtitles must be submitted in a separate page.


Page with text of approximately 30-35 lines, letters of size 12 and line space of 1.5 [15cm in width].All titles must be written in CAPITAL letters, ancient texts in italics. References must be footnotes [letters of size 10] and must include the author’s surname, the year of edition and the number of the page (i.e. Stählin 1924, 23). At the end of each paper there must be a detailed bibliography list, where references/footnotes are cited. Should there be more than one work of an author in the same year, a, b, c etc., the date must be followed [i.e. Arvanitopoulos 1911a, 1911b, 1911c…]. In case of collective studies reference must include all surnames [i.e. Agouridis – Zigouri – Rontiri 1991, 31]. Abbreviations follow the accustomed system [i.e. L’Année Philologique or AJA].


For example: “An earlier hypothesis1, based on the comparison with the analogous rite introduced by Aristaios in Keos, recognised the rite as an attempt to appease a peak-deity, in control of precipitation. In my opinion however, and especially if we recall the similarly social elements of analogous ephebic rites (like the Spartan agogè), we should not underestimate the social elements of this rite and their particular relevance to the figure of Chiron, whose pedagogic attributes or values were mentioned above. Brelich has underlined how his teachings included not only medicine and agonistics, but also the arts of war and civic life and that the heroic school of Chiron has a clearly initiatory character. The training takes place in the wild nature of Pelion and constitutes a period of transformation: “se tutto ciò non bastasse a far capire il carattere iniziatico della scuola eroica di Chiron (che tra l’ altro si trova nella selvaggia natura del Pelion), si ricordi che Iason ne esce all’ età precisa di vent’ anni, dopo aver assunto un nuovo nome; un nuovo nome assunto per opera dell’ iniziazione nella grotta di Chiron è anche quello di Achilleus”2. We should also note, and as has been stressed by other studies3, the intermediate nature of Chiron as a figure lying midway between man and beast. His intermediate nature facilitates his role as the educator par excellence of those who have to pass from the period of unruly youth to the state of being civilised. This training takes place not inside the political community, but in the space of the eschatia, at the borders”.


Author 1, Author 2

Please send also an abstract in a different language than the paper [up to one page].

Kerameikos IX = Knigge U., 1976. Der Südhügel, Kerameikos IX.Berlin,

Amiet P., 1976. Les antiquités du Luristan. Collection David-Weill, Paris.

Bouzek J.,1972. Caucasus, Luristan and Greek Geometric Bronzes, AAS 21, στο IXème Congres International d’Archéologie Classique, Damas, 11-20 octobre 1969, 89-94.

Bouzek J. 1997, Greece, Anatolia and Europe: Cultural Interrelations During the Early Iron Age. SIMA 122, Jonsered.

Braun-Holzinger E.A., 1984. Figürliche Bronzen aus Mesopotamien. PBF I 4, München.

Christiansen J.,1992. Greece in the Geometric Period. Ny Carlsberg Glyptothek, Kopenhagen.

Crouwel J. H., 1972. Early Belt-Buckles from Western Iran and Central Anatolia, IranAnt 9, 49-59.

Harper P.O., 1989. Notes on Bronze Roller-Frames and Plaques, στο Emre K. et al. (εκδ.) 1989, Anatolia and the Ancient Near East. Studies in Honor of Tahsin Özgüç, Ankara, 183-187.

Herda Α.,1996. Rindergestaltige Gewichte der späten Bronzezeit aus griechischen Heiligtümern, IstMitt 46, 67-82.

Hoffman G.L., 1997. Imports and Immigrants. Near Eastern Contacts with Iron Age Crete, Ann Arbor.

Hoffmann Η., 1971. Ten Centuries that Shaped the West. Greek and Roman Art in Texas Collections, Mainz.

Johansen F., 1982. Græske geometriske bronzer, MeddelGlypt 38, 73-98.

Kilian-Dirlmeier I., 2002. Kleinfunde aus dem Athena Itonia-Heiligtum bei Philia (Thessalien), Mainz.

Kilian-Dirlmeier I.,1985. Fremde Weihungen in griechischen Heiligtümern vom 8. bis zum Beginn des 7. Jahrhunderts v. Chr., JbRGZM 32, 215-254.

Kilian K., 1975. Fibeln in Thessalien von der mykenischen bis zur archaischen Zeit. PBF XVI 2, München.

Langdon S., (εκδ.), 1997. New Light on a Dark Age. Exploring the Culture of Geometric Greece, Columbia.

Fig. 1. Plan of the city of New Halos (survey in 1976 and 1977).
Fig. 2. Reconstruction of the Southeast Gate.
Fig. 3. Plan of the lower town of New Halos, showing the communication line between Northwest and Southeast Gate.

1 Philippson 1944, 137-170.

2 Brelich 1958, 128.

3 Valenza Mele 1986, 333-370.

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