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RA-228627-15
Long-Term Research Fellowships in Greece at The American School of Classical Studies at Athens
Jenifer Neils, American School of Classical Studies at Athens

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Cultic material from the Cave of Pan at Marathon (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Cultic material from the Cave of Pan at Marathon
Author: Jorge Bravo
Abstract: not available
Date: 12/5/2017
Conference Name: Athens Greek Religion Seminar, Swedish Institute at Athens, Greece

Lords at the End of the Empire: Negotiating Power in Late Byzantine Frontiers (13th-15th c.) (Article)
Title: Lords at the End of the Empire: Negotiating Power in Late Byzantine Frontiers (13th-15th c.)
Author: Fotini Kondyli
Abstract: not available
Year: 2017
Format: Journal
Periodical Title: Annual Review fo the British School at Athens 112

Regional Approaches to Society and Complexity: Monographs in Mediterranean Archaeology 15 (Book)
Title: Regional Approaches to Society and Complexity: Monographs in Mediterranean Archaeology 15
Editor: T.P. Leppard
Editor: Alex R. Knodell
Abstract: not available
Year: 2018
Publisher: Equinox
Type: Edited Volume
Copy sent to NEH?: No

The Brown University Petra Archaeological Project: Landscape Archaeology in the Northern Hinterland of Petra, Jordan (Article)
Title: The Brown University Petra Archaeological Project: Landscape Archaeology in the Northern Hinterland of Petra, Jordan
Author: C. Vella
Author: A.R. Knodell
Author: S.E. Alcock
Author: C. Tuttle
Author: C.F. Cloke
Author: T. Erickson-Gini
Author: C. Feldman
Author: G.O. Rollefson
Author: M. Sinibaldi
Abstract: not available
Year: 2017
Format: Journal
Periodical Title: American Journal of Archaeology 121 (4)

A Conduit Between Two Worlds: Geography and Connectivity in the Euboean Gulf (Book Section)
Title: A Conduit Between Two Worlds: Geography and Connectivity in the Euboean Gulf
Author: A.R. Knodell
Editor: M. Kosma
Editor: Z. Tankosic
Editor: F. Mavridis
Abstract: not available
Year: 2013
Publisher: Norwegian Institute at Athens
Book Title: An Island Between Two Worlds: The Archaeology of Euboea from Prehistoric to Byzantine Times. Proceedings of International Conference, Eretria, 12-14 July 2013

Networks, Bronze Age and Iron Age (Book Section)
Title: Networks, Bronze Age and Iron Age
Author: A.R. Knodell
Editor: S.R. Huebner
Editor: R.S. Bagnall
Editor: K. Brodersen
Editor: C.B. Champion
Editor: A. Erskine
Abstract: not available
Year: 2017
Primary URL: http://10.1002/9781444338386.wbeah30451
Publisher: Wiley Blackwell
Book Title: The Encyclopedia of Ancient History Online

The Mazi Archaeological Project 2016: Survey and Settlement Investigations in Northwest Attica (Greece) (Article)
Title: The Mazi Archaeological Project 2016: Survey and Settlement Investigations in Northwest Attica (Greece)
Author: K. Papangeli
Author: A.R. Knodell
Author: S. Fachard
Abstract: not available
Year: 2017
Format: Journal
Periodical Title: Antike Kunst 60

New and Traditional Methods for Thorough Documentation and Analysis of Architectural Features in the Greek Landscape: A Case Study from the Mazi Archaeological Project (Western Attica) (Book Section)
Title: New and Traditional Methods for Thorough Documentation and Analysis of Architectural Features in the Greek Landscape: A Case Study from the Mazi Archaeological Project (Western Attica)
Author: E. Svana
Author: A.R. Knodell
Author: S.C. Murray
Author: S. Fachard
Author: K. Papangeli
Author: M.L. Berenfeld
Editor: P. Petridis
Editor: G. Vavouranakis
Editor: M. Katsianis
Editor: I. Papadatos
Editor: M. Mouliou
Abstract: not available
Year: 2016
Publisher: Department of History and Archaeology - National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
Book Title: Digital Pasts for the Present: Proceedings of the 2nd conference on Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology - Greek Chapter (CAA-GR)

Renaissance Homer: Humanist Learning, the Visual Vernacular, and the Socialization of Bodies (Article)
Title: Renaissance Homer: Humanist Learning, the Visual Vernacular, and the Socialization of Bodies
Author: Michelle Zerba
Abstract: not available
Year: 2017
Format: Journal
Periodical Title: Renaissance Quarterly 70.3

Aristotle "Poetics" (Book)
Title: Aristotle "Poetics"
Editor: Michelle Zerba
Abstract: Norton Critical Edition
Year: 2018
Publisher: Norton
Type: Edited Volume
Copy sent to NEH?: No

Byzantine Neighborhoods: The view from Archaeology (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Byzantine Neighborhoods: The view from Archaeology
Author: Fotini Kondyli
Abstract: not available
Date: 11/15/2017
Conference Name: The Byzantine Neighborhood: Urban Space and Political Action

The "Venetian factor": The Distribution and Social Meaning of Venetian Ceramics in Frankish Thebes (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: The "Venetian factor": The Distribution and Social Meaning of Venetian Ceramics in Frankish Thebes
Author: Fotini Kondyli
Abstract: not available
Date: 1/7/2018
Conference Name: AIA Conference 2018

The Byzantine Neighborhood: Urban Space and Political Action (Conference/Institute/Seminar)
Title: The Byzantine Neighborhood: Urban Space and Political Action
Author: Fotini Kondyli
Abstract: not available
Date Range: 11/17/2017
Location: Dumbarton Oaks Research library and museum

Craft production in the Medieval and Post-Medieval Mediterranean (Conference/Institute/Seminar)
Title: Craft production in the Medieval and Post-Medieval Mediterranean
Author: Fotini Kondyli
Abstract: not available
Date Range: 1/6/2019
Location: AIA Annual Conference 2019 in San Diego

Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences research support (Staff/Faculty/Fellow Position)
Name: Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences research support
Abstract: not available
Year: 2017

Fellow in Digital Humanities at IATH UVA; Inhabiting Byzantine Athens (Staff/Faculty/Fellow Position)
Name: Fellow in Digital Humanities at IATH UVA; Inhabiting Byzantine Athens
Abstract: not available
Year: 2016

Fellowship by The Duke Digital Humanities Initiative (DHI) to attend the Virtual and Augmented Reality Digital Humanities Institute (Staff/Faculty/Fellow Position)
Name: Fellowship by The Duke Digital Humanities Initiative (DHI) to attend the Virtual and Augmented Reality Digital Humanities Institute
Abstract: not available
Year: 2018

The World Underfood: Mosaics and Metaphor in Greek Symposium (Book)
Title: The World Underfood: Mosaics and Metaphor in Greek Symposium
Author: Hallie M. Franks
Abstract: not available
Year: 2018
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780190863166

The World Underfoot (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: The World Underfoot
Abstract: not available
Author: Hallie M. Franks
Date: 3/1/2018
Location: Tufts University

Making a Byzantine Holy Land: The Impact of Monastic Activity in the Mazi Plain, Attica (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Making a Byzantine Holy Land: The Impact of Monastic Activity in the Mazi Plain, Attica
Abstract: not available
Author: Fotini Kondyli
Date: 3/6/2018
Location: American School of Classical Studies at Athens and the Gennadius Library

Collectiveness and city making in Byzantine Athens (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Collectiveness and city making in Byzantine Athens
Abstract: not available
Author: Fotini Kondyli
Date: 5/15/2018
Location: University of Rethymno, Crete

Cavafy's biography in the Biblioteca Alexandrina (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Cavafy's biography in the Biblioteca Alexandrina
Abstract: not available
Author: Gregory Jusdanis
Date: 5/28/2017
Location: Alexandria, Egypt

Workshop on Cavafy (Course or Curricular Materials)
Title: Workshop on Cavafy
Author: Gregory Jusdanis
Abstract: not available
Year: 2015
Audience: Graduate

Regional Approaches to Society and Complexity (Book)
Title: Regional Approaches to Society and Complexity
Editor: Alex Knodell
Editor: T.P. Leppard
Abstract: not available
Year: 2018
Publisher: Equinox
Type: Multi-author monograph
ISBN: 1781797390

The Brown University Petra Archaeological Project: Landscape Archaeology in the Northern Hinterland of Petra, Jordan. (Article)
Title: The Brown University Petra Archaeological Project: Landscape Archaeology in the Northern Hinterland of Petra, Jordan.
Author: Alex Knodell
Author: SE Alcock
Author: C. Tuttle
Author: C.F. Cloke
Author: T. Erickson-Gini
Author: C. Feldman
Author: G.O. Rollefson
Author: M. Sinibaldi
Author: C. Vella
Abstract: not available
Year: 2017
Format: Journal
Periodical Title: American Journal of Archaeology
Publisher: Archaeological Institute of America

A Conduit Between Two Worlds: Geography and Connectivity in the Euboean Gulf (Article)
Title: A Conduit Between Two Worlds: Geography and Connectivity in the Euboean Gulf
Author: A.R Knodell
Abstract: not available
Year: 2017
Format: Journal
Periodical Title: An Island Between Two Worlds: The Archaeology of Euboea from Prehistoric to Byzantine Times
Publisher: Norwegian Institute at Athens

Networks, Bronze Age and Iron Age (Article)
Title: Networks, Bronze Age and Iron Age
Author: A.R. Knodell
Abstract: not available
Year: 2017
Format: Other
Periodical Title: The Encyclopedia of Ancient History Online

The Mazi Archaeological Project 2016: Survey and Settlement Investigations in Northwest Attica (Greece) (Article)
Title: The Mazi Archaeological Project 2016: Survey and Settlement Investigations in Northwest Attica (Greece)
Author: A.R. Knodell
Author: S. Fachard
Author: K. Papangeli
Abstract: not available
Year: 2017
Format: Other
Periodical Title: Antike Kunst

New and Traditional Methods for Thorough Documentation and Analysis of Architectural Features in the Greek Landscape: A Case Study from the Mazi Archaeological Project (Western Attica) (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: New and Traditional Methods for Thorough Documentation and Analysis of Architectural Features in the Greek Landscape: A Case Study from the Mazi Archaeological Project (Western Attica)
Author: S.C. Murray
Author: S. Fachard
Author: A. R. Knodell
Author: K. Papangeli
Author: M.L. Berenfeld
Author: E. Svana
Abstract: not available
Date: 12/10/2017
Conference Name: Digital Pasts for the Present: Proceedings of the 2nd conference on Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology – Greek Chapter (CAA-GR)

"Diachronic Survey on the Borders of Attica: The Mazi Archaeological Project" For the Director's Lecture Series (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: "Diachronic Survey on the Borders of Attica: The Mazi Archaeological Project" For the Director's Lecture Series
Abstract: not available
Author: Sylvian Fachard
Author: Alex Knodell
Author: Kalliopi Papangeli
Date: 3/1/2018
Location: American School of Classical Studies at Athens

Data Methods and Challenges for Archaeological Surveys (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Data Methods and Challenges for Archaeological Surveys
Abstract: not available
Author: Alex Knodell
Date: 10/11/2017
Location: College Year in Athens

The 2017 Mazi Archaeological Project: Test Excavations and Site Investigations (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: The 2017 Mazi Archaeological Project: Test Excavations and Site Investigations
Author: Sylvian Fachard
Author: Alex Knodell
Author: Kalliopi Papangeli
Abstract: not available
Date: 1/6/2018
Conference Name: 119th Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America, Boston

The Political Landscape of Mycenaean Central Greece (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: The Political Landscape of Mycenaean Central Greece
Abstract: not available
Author: Alex Knodell
Date: 4/25/2018
Location: Norweigan Institute of Archaeology in Greece

The Bonham Amphora: Diplomatic Gifts from Greece to the USA in the post WW II period (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: The Bonham Amphora: Diplomatic Gifts from Greece to the USA in the post WW II period
Abstract: not available
Author: Nassos Papalexandrou
Date: 2/27/2018
Location: The Blanton Museum of Art, Austin, TX

The Bonham Amphora: Antiquities and Politics at the Onset of the Cold work (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: The Bonham Amphora: Antiquities and Politics at the Onset of the Cold work
Abstract: not available
Author: Nassos Papalexandrou
Date: 10/18/2017
Location: Austin, TX

The Presidents’ Antiquities: A Dispersed Museum of Antiquities as Diplomatic Gifts from Greece to the USA in the post WW II period (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: The Presidents’ Antiquities: A Dispersed Museum of Antiquities as Diplomatic Gifts from Greece to the USA in the post WW II period
Abstract: not available
Author: Nassos Papalexandrou
Date: 7/5/2017
Location: Athens Center for Research and Hellenic Studies, Seeger Center for Hellenic Studies, Princeton University

Antiquities as Diplomatic Gifts from Greece to the USA after WW II (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Antiquities as Diplomatic Gifts from Greece to the USA after WW II
Author: Nassos Papalexandrou
Abstract: not available
Date: 6/4/2017
Conference Name: Economies of Power and the Movement of Artworks at the Archaeological Dialogues: Movement: Places, Memories, Materiality

Greek Antiquities as Diplomatic Gifts in Greek-US Relations after WWII (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Greek Antiquities as Diplomatic Gifts in Greek-US Relations after WWII
Abstract: not available
Author: Nassos Papalexandrou
Date: 4/27/2017
Location: Athens, Greece (American School of Classical Studies at Athens/Gennadius Library)

Tombs, Burials, and Commemoration in Corinth's Northern Cemetery (Corinth XXI) (Book)
Title: Tombs, Burials, and Commemoration in Corinth's Northern Cemetery (Corinth XXI)
Author: Kathleen Slane
Abstract: not available
Year: 2017
Publisher: American School of Classical Studies at Athens
Type: Other
ISBN: 9780876610220

Mortal Remains: Death and Burial in Roman Corinth (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Mortal Remains: Death and Burial in Roman Corinth
Abstract: not available
Author: Kathleen Slane
Date: 4/18/2018
Location: Cornell University

A New Typology of Bronze Age Aegean Ships: Developments in Aegean Shipbuilding in Their Historical Context (Article)
Title: A New Typology of Bronze Age Aegean Ships: Developments in Aegean Shipbuilding in Their Historical Context
Author: Aleydis Van de Moortel
Abstract: not available
Year: 2017
Format: Other
Periodical Title: The Baltic and Beyond. Proceedings of the 14th International Symposium on Boat and Ship Archaeology, Gdansk, September 21-25, 201

Shipbuilding and Seafaring in the Bronze Age Aegean, and the Role of the East Aegean (invited for J.R. Steffy Lecture, Archaeological Institute of America, Toronto Society) (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Shipbuilding and Seafaring in the Bronze Age Aegean, and the Role of the East Aegean (invited for J.R. Steffy Lecture, Archaeological Institute of America, Toronto Society)
Abstract: not available
Author: Aleydis Van de Moortel
Date: 3/27/2018
Location: University of Toronto

A MH III-LH I Phase 1 Updraft Pottery Kiln at Mitrou, East Lokris, and its Societal Context (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: A MH III-LH I Phase 1 Updraft Pottery Kiln at Mitrou, East Lokris, and its Societal Context
Author: Aleydis Van de Moortel
Abstract: not available
Date: 3/3/2018
Conference Name: 6th Archaeological Meeting of Thessaly and Central Greece 2015-2017. From Prehistory to the Contemporary Period (in Volos, Greece)

A Middle Helladic III - Late Helladic I Phase 1 Pottery Kiln at Mitrou, Central Greece (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: A Middle Helladic III - Late Helladic I Phase 1 Pottery Kiln at Mitrou, Central Greece
Author: Aleydis Van de Moortel
Abstract: not available
Date: 1/5/2018
Conference Name: 119th Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America in Boston

Pottery Consumption and Political Change: Mitrou, East Lokris, and the Palaces of Boeotia circa 1300 to 1190 B.C. (for Mycenaean Seminar) (Conference/Institute/Seminar)
Title: Pottery Consumption and Political Change: Mitrou, East Lokris, and the Palaces of Boeotia circa 1300 to 1190 B.C. (for Mycenaean Seminar)
Author: Aleydis Van de Moortel
Author: S. Vitale
Abstract: not available
Date Range: 10/25/2017
Location: University of Athens, Greece

Shipbuilding and Seafaring in the Bronze Age Aegean, and the Role of the East Aegean (for the J.R. Steffy Lecture, Archaeological Institute of America, Ottawa Society) (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Shipbuilding and Seafaring in the Bronze Age Aegean, and the Role of the East Aegean (for the J.R. Steffy Lecture, Archaeological Institute of America, Ottawa Society)
Abstract: not available
Author: Aleydis Van de Moortel
Date: 10/15/2017
Location: University of Ottawa, Canada

Lindsay Young Professor of the Humanities, University of Tennessee (Staff/Faculty/Fellow Position)
Name: Lindsay Young Professor of the Humanities, University of Tennessee
Abstract: not available
Year: 2017

Machteld J. Mellink Lecturer, Archaeological Institute of America (Staff/Faculty/Fellow Position)
Name: Machteld J. Mellink Lecturer, Archaeological Institute of America
Abstract: not available
Year: 2017

J. Richard Steffy Lecturer, Archaeological Institute of America (Staff/Faculty/Fellow Position)
Name: J. Richard Steffy Lecturer, Archaeological Institute of America
Abstract: not available
Year: 2017

The Thymele at Epidauros: Healing, Space, and Musical Performance in Late Classical Greece (Book)
Title: The Thymele at Epidauros: Healing, Space, and Musical Performance in Late Classical Greece
Author: Bronwen Wickkiser
Author: Peter Schultz
Author: George Hinge
Author: Chrysanthos Kanellopoulos
Author: John Franklin
Abstract: not available
Year: 2017
Publisher: Theran Press
Type: Multi-author monograph
ISBN: 1944296042

Cupid’s Arrows: Lead, Gold, Magic and Medicine in Ovid, Met. 1.452-567 (Article)
Title: Cupid’s Arrows: Lead, Gold, Magic and Medicine in Ovid, Met. 1.452-567
Author: Bronwen Wickkiser
Abstract: not available
Year: 2018
Format: Journal
Periodical Title: Mnemosyne

The Music of Architecture and the Therapy of Sound in a Greek Healing Sanctuary: the Thymele at Epidauros (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: The Music of Architecture and the Therapy of Sound in a Greek Healing Sanctuary: the Thymele at Epidauros
Author: Bronwen Wickkiser
Abstract: not available
Date: 3/28/2017
Conference Name: 12th Annual Paul Rehak Symposium on Ancient Art

Promoted to Associate Professor of Classics at Wabash College (Staff/Faculty/Fellow Position)
Name: Promoted to Associate Professor of Classics at Wabash College
Abstract: not available
Year: 2016

Renaissance Homer: Humanist Learning, the Visual Vernacular, and the Socialization of Bodies (Article)
Title: Renaissance Homer: Humanist Learning, the Visual Vernacular, and the Socialization of Bodies
Author: Michelle Zerba
Abstract: not available
Year: 2017
Format: Journal
Periodical Title: Renaissance Quarterly

Poetics (Book)
Title: Poetics
Author: Aristotle
Editor: Michelle Zerba
Abstract: not available
Year: 2018
Type: Edited Volume

Homer’s Iliad, Responsibility, and Community (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Homer’s Iliad, Responsibility, and Community
Abstract: not available
Author: Michelle Zerba
Date: 3/5/2018
Location: Liberty Fund, Tuscon

La dialectique Méditerranée-Caraïbe d’Édouard Glissant (invited paper) (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: La dialectique Méditerranée-Caraïbe d’Édouard Glissant (invited paper)
Author: Michelle Zerba
Abstract: not available
Date: 3/21/2018
Conference Name: International Transdisciplinary Colloquium, University of the Antilles, Martinique

The Return Tale in Woolf’s Orlando and Homer’s Odyssey (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: The Return Tale in Woolf’s Orlando and Homer’s Odyssey
Author: Michelle Zerba
Abstract: not available
Date: 7/15/2017
Conference Name: International Virginia Woolf Society, University of Reading

Renaissance Homer: Reception at the Crossroads of Humanist Learning, the Visual Vernacular, and the Socializing of Female Bodies (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Renaissance Homer: Reception at the Crossroads of Humanist Learning, the Visual Vernacular, and the Socializing of Female Bodies
Author: Michelle Zerba
Abstract: not available
Date: 7/5/2017
Conference Name: American Comparative Literature Association, Utrecht, The Netherlands

Homer’s Odyssey, Humanist Learning, and Renaissance Painting: Rethinking Reception (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Homer’s Odyssey, Humanist Learning, and Renaissance Painting: Rethinking Reception
Author: Michelle Zerba
Abstract: not available
Date: 3/5/2016
Conference Name: Renaissance Society of America, Boston

Regents’ Research Grant (Staff/Faculty/Fellow Position)
Name: Regents’ Research Grant
Abstract: not available
Year: 2018

Distinguished Research Master (Staff/Faculty/Fellow Position)
Name: Distinguished Research Master
Abstract: not available
Year: 2017

The Cave of Pan at Marathon, Attica: New evidence for the performance of cult in the historic era (Book Section)
Title: The Cave of Pan at Marathon, Attica: New evidence for the performance of cult in the historic era
Author: Jorge Bravo III
Editor: Stella Katsarou
Editor: Alexander Nagel
Abstract: Cave and Worship in Ancient Greece brings together a series of stimulating chapters contributing to the archaeology and our modern understanding of the character and importance of cave sanctuaries in the first millennium BCE Mediterranean.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://www.routledge.com/Cave-and-Worship-in-Ancient-Greece-New-Approaches-to-Landscape-and-Ritual/Katsarou-Nagel/p/book/9780367859169
Primary URL Description: Editor Webpage
Publisher: Routledge
Book Title: Cave and Worship in Ancient Greece: New Approaches to Landscape and Ritual
ISBN: 9780367859169

Societies in Transition in Early Greece: An Archaeological History (Book)
Title: Societies in Transition in Early Greece: An Archaeological History
Author: Alex Knodell
Abstract: Situated at the disciplinary boundary between prehistory and history, this book presents a new synthesis of Late Bronze Age and Early Iron Age Greece, from the rise and fall of Mycenaean civilization, through the "Dark Age," and up to the emergence of city-states in the Archaic period. This period saw the growth and decline of varied political systems and the development of networks that would eventually expand to nearly all shores of the Middle Sea. Alex R. Knodell argues that in order to understand how ancient Greece changed over time, one must analyze how Greek societies constituted and reconstituted themselves across multiple scales, from the local to the regional to the Mediterranean. Knodell employs innovative network and spatial analyses to understand the regional diversity and connectivity that drove the growth of early Greek polities. As a groundbreaking study of landscape, interaction, and sociopolitical change, Societies in Transition in Early Greece systematically bridges the divide between the Mycenaean period and the Archaic Greek world to shed new light on an often-overlooked period of world history.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://www.ucpress.edu/book/9780520380530/societies-in-transition-in-early-greece
Primary URL Description: Publisher website
Access Model: open access
Publisher: University of California Press
Type: Single author monograph
ISBN: 9780520380530

Out of Attica: Modeling Mobility in the Mycenaean Period (Book Section)
Title: Out of Attica: Modeling Mobility in the Mycenaean Period
Author: Alex Knodell
Author: Sylvian Fachard
Editor: Nikolas Papadimitriou
Editor: James C. Wright
Editor: Sylvian Fachard
Editor: Naya Polychronakou-Sgouritsa
Editor: Eleni Andrikou
Abstract: The numerous rescue excavations conducted in Athens and Attica by the Archaeological Service during and after the major construction projects of the 2004 Olympic Games brought to light significant new prehistoric finds which have transformed our understanding of the region in prehistory. However, despite their importance, the new discoveries had remained mostly unnoticed by the international community, as the results were scattered in various publications, and no synthesis was ever attempted. The goal of the 2015 international conference Athens and Attica in Prehistory, which was organized by the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, the University of Athens (Department of Archaeology and History of Art), the Museum of Cycladic Art and the Ephorate of Antiquites of East Attica (Hellenic Ministry of Culture) was to gather scholars working in the region and present for the first time a survey of Attic prehistory which would include the most recent discoveries and integrate over a century of scholarship. The 668- page conference proceedings include over 66 papers in Greek and English with sections dedicated to topography, the palaeo-environment, the Neolithic, the Chalcolithic transition, the Early Bronze Age, the Middle and Late Bronze Age, as well as the contacts between Attica and its neighbouring regions. A series of new detailed maps, derived from an exhaustive GIS-related database, provide the most up to date topographical and archaeological survey of Prehistoric Attica. Athens and Attica in Prehistory provides the most complete overview of the region from the Neolithic to the end of the Late Bronze Age. Its importance goes beyond the field of Aegean prehistory, as it paves the way for a new understanding of Attica in the Early Iron Age and indirectly throws new light on the origins of what will later become the polis of the Athenians.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: http://www.archaeopress.com/ArchaeopressShop/Public/displayProductDetail.asp?id=%7B93ECC346-92AD-477F-AAA9-13FB4063B424%7D
Primary URL Description: Publisher website
Publisher: Archaeopress
Book Title: Αthens and Attica in Prehistory: Proceedings of the International Conference, Athens, 27–31 May 2015
ISBN: 9781789696721

The Fortress of Eleutherai: New Insights from Survey, Architecture, and Epigraphy (Article)
Title: The Fortress of Eleutherai: New Insights from Survey, Architecture, and Epigraphy
Author: Alex Knodell
Author: Sylvian Fachard
Author: S.C. Murray
Author: K. Papangeli
Abstract: The fortress at Eleutherai is an iconic example of ancient Greek military architecture. Our knowledge of the site, however, is limited by several problems related to its date, construction, function, and identity. The Mazi Archaeological Project has undertaken a detailed, multicomponent study of the fortress and its surroundings using a combination of intensive field survey, architectural mapping, and photogrammetry. A new architectural plan clarifies construction phases and building techniques, while surface finds and epigraphy inform the history of the occupation of Eleutherai, which is especially tied to Boiotia. In the second part of this article we provide new insights concerning the economics of constructing major fortifications and their role in regional politics.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/343897959_The_Fortress_of_Eleutherai_New_Insights_from_Survey_Architecture_and_Epigraphy
Primary URL Description: bibliographic website
Access Model: subscription
Format: Journal
Periodical Title: Hesperia
Publisher: Jennifer Sacher, Hesperia

La plaine de Mazi et les frontières attico-béotiennes (Article)
Title: La plaine de Mazi et les frontières attico-béotiennes
Author: Alex Knodell
Author: K. Papangeli
Author: S. Fachard
Abstract: The plain of Mazi and the Attic-Boeotian borders.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://www.maziplain.org/resources
Primary URL Description: Excavation website
Format: Journal
Periodical Title: Revue Archéologique
Publisher: Revue Archéologique

Long-term Sea Level Changes in Attica and the Euboean and Saronic Gulfs (Book Section)
Title: Long-term Sea Level Changes in Attica and the Euboean and Saronic Gulfs
Author: Alex Knodell
Author: K. Pavlopoulos
Author: D. Vandarakis
Author: S. Fachard
Author: V. Kapsimalis
Editor: N. Papadimitriou
Editor: J.C. Wright
Editor: S. Fachard
Editor: N. Polychronakou-Sgouritsa
Abstract: The numerous rescue excavations conducted in Athens and Attica by the Archaeological Service during and after the major construction projects of the 2004 Olympic Games brought to light significant new prehistoric finds which have transformed our understanding of the region in prehistory. However, despite their importance, the new discoveries had remained mostly unnoticed by the international community, as the results were scattered in various publications, and no synthesis was ever attempted. The goal of the 2015 international conference Athens and Attica in Prehistory, which was organized by the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, the University of Athens (Department of Archaeology and History of Art), the Museum of Cycladic Art and the Ephorate of Antiquites of East Attica (Hellenic Ministry of Culture) was to gather scholars working in the region and present for the first time a survey of Attic prehistory which would include the most recent discoveries and integrate over a century of scholarship. The 668- page conference proceedings include over 66 papers in Greek and English with sections dedicated to topography, the palaeo-environment, the Neolithic, the Chalcolithic transition, the Early Bronze Age, the Middle and Late Bronze Age, as well as the contacts between Attica and its neighbouring regions. A series of new detailed maps, derived from an exhaustive GIS-related database, provide the most up to date topographical and archaeological survey of Prehistoric Attica. Athens and Attica in Prehistory provides the most complete overview of the region from the Neolithic to the end of the Late Bronze Age. Its importance goes beyond the field of Aegean prehistory, as it paves the way for a new understanding of Attica in the Early Iron Age and indirectly throws new light on the origins of what will later become the polis of the Athenians.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: http://www.archaeopress.com/ArchaeopressShop/Public/displayProductDetail.asp?id=%7B93ECC346-92AD-477F-AAA9-13FB4063B424%7D
Primary URL Description: Publisher website
Publisher: Archaeopress
Book Title: Αthens and Attica in Prehistory: Proceedings of the International Conference, Athens, 27–31 May 2015
ISBN: 9781789696721

Aeginetan Pottery in the Aegean World: Mapping Distributions around an Island Hub (Book Section)
Title: Aeginetan Pottery in the Aegean World: Mapping Distributions around an Island Hub
Author: Alex Knodell
Author: W. Gauß
Editor: S. Blum
Editor: T. Efe
Editor: T. Kienlin
Editor: E. Pernicka
Abstract: Studies in Memory of Manfred O. Korfmann
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://books.google.com/books/about/From_Past_to_Present.html?id=TM8jzgEACAAJ
Primary URL Description: Bibliographic search
Publisher: Verlag Dr. Rudolf Habelt
Book Title: From Past to Present: Studies in Memory of Manfred O. Korfmann
ISBN: 3774942641

An Island Archaeology of Uninhabited Landscapes: Offshore Islets Near Paros, Greece (The Small Cycladic Islands Project) (Article)
Title: An Island Archaeology of Uninhabited Landscapes: Offshore Islets Near Paros, Greece (The Small Cycladic Islands Project)
Author: Alex Knodell
Author: D. Athanasoulis
Author: Ž. Tankosić
Author: J.F. Cherry
Author: T.K. Garonis
Author: E.I. Levine
Author: D. Nenova
Author: H.Ç Öztürk
Abstract: The Small Cycladic Islands Project (SCIP) is a diachronic archaeological survey of numerous small, uninhabited islands in the Cycladic archipelago. There is a rich history of archaeological survey and comparative island archaeology in the Aegean. SCIP narrows the size of an individual island survey, and at the same time expands the conceptual and comparative scope by surveying multiple islands with the same set of methods and in the context of the same project. All target islands are currently uninhabited, and many probably never sustained any habitation. We know from other cases, however, that such places were used for a variety of purposes in the past, including as goat islands, cemeteries, stopovers, and pirate hideaways. In its initial field season in 2019, SCIP carried out comprehensive surveys of 10 islets in the vicinity of Paros. This comparative program of research provides new insights concerning various types of human activities—habitation and non-habitation, diachronic and incidental—that took place in marginal island environments.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/15564894.2020.1807426?journalCode=uica20
Primary URL Description: Online article database
Format: Journal
Periodical Title: Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology
Publisher: Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology

The Small Cycladic Islands Project (2019-2020): A Comparative Survey of Uninhabited Landscapes near Paros and Antiparos, Greece (Article)
Title: The Small Cycladic Islands Project (2019-2020): A Comparative Survey of Uninhabited Landscapes near Paros and Antiparos, Greece
Author: Alex Knodell
Author: D. Athanasoulis
Author: Ž. Tankosić
Author: Z. Papadopoulou
Author: M. Sigala
Author: C. Diamanti
Author: Y. Kourayos
Author: A. Papadimitriou
Abstract: The Small Cycladic Islands Project is a diachronic archaeological survey of several small, currently uninhabited islands located in the Cyclades, Greece. In 2019 and 2020, surface investigations focused on the multi-method, comparative documentation of 21 islets surrounding Paros and Antiparos, revealing oscillating patterns of use and non-use from prehistory to the present.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/antiquity/article/small-cycladic-islands-project-20192020-a-comparative-survey-of-uninhabited-landscapes-near-paros-and-antiparos-greece/BB9661F5CE47CE33B2DE9A0311F7E178
Primary URL Description: Publisher website
Access Model: online, open access
Format: Journal
Periodical Title: Antiquity
Publisher: Antiquity

Inhabiting Byzantine Athens (Course or Curricular Materials)
Title: Inhabiting Byzantine Athens
Author: Fontini Kondyli
Abstract: Based on NEH Athenian Agora Project, created a summer virtual internship for three undergraduate students in Summer 2020 .
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zFnRC25nJpc
Primary URL Description: Video about the course
Audience: Undergraduate

Cursing Theophrastos in Paros (Article)
Title: Cursing Theophrastos in Paros
Author: Jessica Lamont
Abstract: This article publishes a cast-lead figurine from the early fourth century BCE, excavated in a tile grave on the Cycladic island of Paros. The figurine was pierced with seven iron nails, the arms were bound behind the back, and a lead collar shackled the neck. Inscriptions on the body in the epichoric Parian alphabet suggest that the object was produced locally. The aggressive nailing, binding, shackling, inscribing, and modulation of the figurine, combined with the mortuary context and abundant parallels, suggest that the object was ritual in nature, implicated as an effigy (κολοσσός, Rachepuppe, or so-called voodoo doll) in a binding curse. Examination of the object in relation to the growing corpus of curse effigies sheds new light on private curse rituals, onomastics, the local Parian script, and notions of sexuality and competition in the classical Aegean.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://www.ajaonline.org/article/4282
Primary URL Description: publisher website
Access Model: subscription, purchase single
Format: Journal
Periodical Title: American Journal of Archaeology
Publisher: American Journal of Archaeology

Cold and Worthless: The Role of Lead in Curse Tablets (Article)
Title: Cold and Worthless: The Role of Lead in Curse Tablets
Author: Jessica Lamont
Abstract: The role of lead curse tablets in ancient Greek society.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://classicalstudies.org/publications-and-research/TAPA/tapa
Access Model: subscription
Format: Journal
Periodical Title: Transactions of the American Philological Association
Publisher: Transactions of the American Philological Association

Crafting Curses in Classical Athens: A New Cache of exametric Katadesmoi (Article)
Title: Crafting Curses in Classical Athens: A New Cache of exametric Katadesmoi
Author: Jessica Lamont
Abstract: This article presents a remarkable cache of five Attic curse tablets, four of which are published here for the first time. Excavated in situ in a pyre-grave outside the Athenian Long Walls, the texts employ very similar versions of a single binding curse. After situating the cache in its archaeological context, all texts are edited with a full epigraphic commentary. A discussion then follows, in which the most striking features of the texts are highlighted: in addition to the peculiar “first four-year period” (πρώτη πενθετηρίς) that the curses were meant to outlast, and the unparalleled term κυνωτόν, these texts are unusual in that they preserve over a full line of dactylic hexameter. The metrical formulae, combined with the presence of deictic language, may suggest that parts of the archetype curse underpinning these texts once circulated orally, in performative ritual contexts. The cache affords a singular glimpse into the process of curse-creation around 400 BCE, especially the ways in which a curse-writer could customize a fixed template spell to suit a client’s needs and circumstances. These tablets illuminate the shadowy process behind the creation of Athenian curse tablets, and the growing traffic in “magic” by the end of the fifth century BCE.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://online.ucpress.edu/ca/article-abstract/40/1/76/116729/Crafting-Curses-in-Classical-AthensA-New-Cache-of?redirectedFrom=fulltext
Primary URL Description: publisher website
Access Model: subscription
Format: Journal
Periodical Title: Classical Antiquity
Publisher: Classical Antiquity

The Curious Case of the Cursed Chicken: A New Binding Ritual from the Athenian Agora (Article)
Title: The Curious Case of the Cursed Chicken: A New Binding Ritual from the Athenian Agora
Author: Jessica Lamont
Abstract: Excavations in the Athenian Agora recovered a ceramic pot buried in the back corner of an industrial and commercial building; the exterior of the vessel was inscribed with over 30 names, many female and several new or previously unattested in Attica. The pot contained the dismembered head and lower limbs of a young chicken. The vessel was pierced with a large iron nail and buried with a coin beneath the floor of the Agora's Classical Commercial Building sometime around 300 B.C. The ritual assemblage belongs to the realm of Athenian binding curses and aimed to “bind” or inhibit the physical and cognitive faculties of the named individuals. This unique discovery offers new evidence for the practice of “magic” in the heart of ancient Athens.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://www.ascsa.edu.gr/publications/hesperia/article/90/1/79-113
Primary URL Description: publisher website
Access Model: subscription
Format: Journal
Periodical Title: Hesperia
Publisher: Jennifer Sacher, Hesperia

Beta Samati: Discovery and Excavation of an Aksumite Town (Article)
Title: Beta Samati: Discovery and Excavation of an Aksumite Town
Author: Jessica Lamont
Author: M. J. Harrower
Abstract: The Empire of Aksum was one of Africa's most influential ancient civilisations. Traditionally, most archaeological fieldwork has focused on the capital city of Aksum, but recent research at the site of Beta Samati has investigated a contemporaneous trade and religious centre located between Aksum and the Red Sea. The authors outline the discovery of the site and present important finds from the initial excavations, including an early basilica, inscriptions and a gold intaglio ring. From daily life and ritual praxis to international trade, this work illuminates the role of Beta Samati as an administrative centre and its significance within the wider Aksumite world.
Year: 2019
Primary URL: https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/antiquity/article/beta-samati-discovery-and-excavation-of-an-aksumite-town/643FA872A5B2F9B5E0E765D850C4A526
Primary URL Description: publisher website
Access Model: open access
Format: Journal
Periodical Title: Antiquity
Publisher: Antiquity

Early Greek Incantations in Late Roman Jerusalem: Kyrilla’s Judicial Curse (Article)
Title: Early Greek Incantations in Late Roman Jerusalem: Kyrilla’s Judicial Curse
Author: Jessica Lamont
Abstract: Early Greek Incantations in Late Roman Jerusalem
Year: 2019
Primary URL: https://www.habelt.de/index.php?id=70
Primary URL Description: journal homepage
Secondary URL: https://www.habelt.de/index.php?id=70&tx_bookshop_mybookshop%5Bautor%5D=Lamont%2C%20J.&tx_bookshop_mybookshop%5Bjournal%5D=ZPE&tx_bookshop_mybookshop%5Baction%5D=showEBooksListeAutor&tx_bookshop_mybookshop%5Bcontroller%5D=Ebooks&cHash=1f366b9cf6728f0ff5ba
Secondary URL Description: direct access (pay wall)
Access Model: subscription
Format: Journal
Periodical Title: Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik
Publisher: Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik

Jessica Lamont, Getty Residential Scholar, Getty Research Institute (Staff/Faculty/Fellow Position)
Name: Jessica Lamont, Getty Residential Scholar, Getty Research Institute
Abstract: Declined award.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://www.getty.edu/foundation/initiatives/residential/getty_scholars.html
Primary URL Description: Foundation website

Magic in Ancient Greece and Rome (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Magic in Ancient Greece and Rome
Author: Jessica Lamont
Abstract: The practice of “magic” was alive and well in Classical antiquity, from the heart of ancient Athens to the northern shores of the Black Sea to the military camps of Roman Britain. This talk explores ancient magic in the Greek and Roman Mediterranean, focusing in particular on the objects used in the practice of these rituals, in addition to their archaeological contexts.
Date: 04/15/2021
Primary URL: https://www.archaeological.org/event/magic-in-ancient-greece-and-rome-2/
Primary URL Description: Supporting society's webpage listing
Conference Name: Homer A. and Dorothy B. Thompson Lectureship, Archaeological Institute of America

Sickness and Health in Ancient Greece (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Sickness and Health in Ancient Greece
Author: Jessica Lamont
Abstract: What happened if you fell sick in ancient Greece? What healthcare options were available to an enslaved person, for example, or a woman experiencing complications during childbirth? This lecture explores these questions and others, illuminating the complex landscape of healing in the fifth and fourth centuries BCE. Jessica Lamont is an assistant professor of classics and history at Yale University. She completed her PhD in classics in 2016 at The Johns Hopkins University. Her research and teaching interests revolve around Greek medicine and magic, especially healing cults and curse tablets.
Date: 04/12/2021
Primary URL: https://quickcenter.fairfield.edu/spring-2021-season-calendar/lectures/jessica-lamont.html
Primary URL Description: conference posting
Conference Name: Inaugural Vincent J. Rosivach Lecture in Ancient Mediterranean Studies, Fairfield University

New Research on Greek Magic (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: New Research on Greek Magic
Abstract: Discussion of research on Greek magic.
Author: Jessica Lamont
Date: 11/12/2020
Location: Oberlin College

Magic in Ancient Greece and Rome (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Magic in Ancient Greece and Rome
Abstract: The practice of “magic” was alive and well in Classical antiquity, from the heart of ancient Athens to the northern shores of the Black Sea to the military camps of Roman Britain. This talk explores ancient magic in the Greek and Roman Mediterranean, focusing in particular on the objects used in the practice of these rituals, in addition to their archaeological contexts. Homer A. and Dorothy B. Thompson Lectureship, Archaeological Institute of America
Author: Jessica Lamont
Date: 10/29/2020
Location: Cornell University, online

Cursing in Hexameter: Between Oral Poetry and Inscribed Text (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Cursing in Hexameter: Between Oral Poetry and Inscribed Text
Author: Jessica Lamont
Abstract: Cursing in Hexameter: Between Oral Poetry and Inscribed Text
Date: 02/21/2020
Primary URL: https://classics.fsu.edu/sites/g/files/upcbnu916/files/Events/Conferences_and_Workshops/2020_Spring/Langford%20Schedule%20S2020.pdf
Primary URL Description: Schedule of events
Conference Name: Florida State University: Spring Langford Conference, Tablet and Verse: Curses and Curse Poetry in Antiquity

Commerce, Literacy, & Cross-Cultural Exchange: Private Letters & Curse Tablets from the Black Sea (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Commerce, Literacy, & Cross-Cultural Exchange: Private Letters & Curse Tablets from the Black Sea
Author: Jessica Lamont
Abstract: Commerce, Literacy, & Cross-Cultural Exchange: Private Letters & Curse Tablets from the Black Sea
Date: 01/07/2020
Primary URL: https://www.asgle.org/nacgle-2020-washington-d-c/
Primary URL Description: conference proceedings
Conference Name: Georgetown University: North American Congress of Greek and Latin Epigraphy

Review of Stefan Brenne, Die Ostraka vom Kerameikos (Article)
Title: Review of Stefan Brenne, Die Ostraka vom Kerameikos
Author: James Sickinger
Abstract: Review of the published work.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2020/2020.08.16/
Primary URL Description: Published review
Access Model: open access
Format: Journal
Periodical Title: Bryn Mawr Classical Review
Publisher: Bryn Mawr Classical Review

Athenian Ostracism: New Light on an Ancient Practice (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Athenian Ostracism: New Light on an Ancient Practice
Abstract: Annual Moore Lecture, Department of Classics, Trinity College, Hartford, CT. Discussion about Athenian Ostricism, with archaeological and textual evidence.
Author: James Sickinger
Date: 10/01/2020
Location: Department of Classics, Trinity College, Hartford, CT

Greek Satyr Drama in the Late Hellenistic and Roman Imperial Periods: An Epigraphical Perspective (Book Section)
Title: Greek Satyr Drama in the Late Hellenistic and Roman Imperial Periods: An Epigraphical Perspective
Author: Mali Skotheim
Editor: Andreas P. Antonopoulos
Editor: Menelaos M. Christopoulos
Editor: George W.M. Harrison
Abstract: The origins of satyr drama, and particularly the reliability of the account in Aristotle, remains contested, and several of this volume’s contributions try to make sense of the early relationship of satyr drama to dithyramb and attempt to place satyr drama in the pre-Classical performance space and traditions. What is not contested is the relationship of satyr drama to tragedy as a required cap to the Attic trilogy. Here, however, how Aeschylus, Sophocles, and Euripides (to whom one complete play and the preponderance of the surviving fragments belong) envisioned the relationship of satyr drama to tragedy in plot, structure, setting, stage action and language is a complex subject tackled by several contributors. The playful satyr chorus and the drunken senility of Silenos have always suggested some links to comedy and later to Atellan farce and phlyax. Those links are best examined through language, passages in later Greek and Roman writers, and in art. The purpose of this volume is probe as many themes and connections of satyr drama with other literary genres, as well as other art forms, putting satyr drama on stage from the sixth century BC through the second century AD. The editors and contributors suggest solutions to some of the controversies, but the volume shows as much that the field of study is vibrant and deserves fuller attention.
Year: 2021
Primary URL: https://www.degruyter.com/document/isbn/9783110725230/html
Primary URL Description: publisher website
Access Model: purchase (book and electronic)
Publisher: De Gruyter
Book Title: Reconstructing Satyr Drama
ISBN: 9783110725216

The Image Layers of the Polychrome Hellenistic Grave Stelai of Demetrias (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: The Image Layers of the Polychrome Hellenistic Grave Stelai of Demetrias
Author: Mali Skotheim
Abstract: The Image Layers of the Polychrome Hellenistic Grave Stelai of Demetrias
Date: 04/17/2021
Primary URL: https://www.kulturwissenschaften.uni-hamburg.de/ka/pdfetc/2021-layered-image-programme.pdf
Primary URL Description: Conference schedule of events
Conference Name: The Layered Image: Its Phenomena and Constructions in Ancient Art, University of Hamburg

The Puppet and the Puppet-Master in Ancient Greece: Fragments of an Art Form (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: The Puppet and the Puppet-Master in Ancient Greece: Fragments of an Art Form
Author: Mali Skotheim
Abstract: In this context, she considered ancient puppetry performances at ancient Greek festivals, and collected evidence of ancient Greek puppets in literary and epigraphical sources. She found her way to puppets whilst working on an archaeological project in Sicily and discovered the thriving puppeteering traditions of the island. Dr. Skotheim is currently preparing a book manuscript on festivals, covering the history of Greek dramatic performance in the Roman era, from ca. 200 BCE to 517 CE. For the 2019/20 academic year, Skotheim holds a Frances A. Yates Fellowship at the Warburg Institute in London where she is also working on her next book project, Radical Dancers: A Cultural and Intellectual History of Pantomime. This new work considers the cultural and intellectual impact of pantomime dance from its origins in the first century BCE through its afterlife in the 18th century, in the performing arts (ballet and harlequinade), visual art and aesthetics, rhetoric, language theory (including sign language), gesture, and the construction of a history of ancient and modern dance.
Date: 01/20/2021
Primary URL: http://kulturelle-dynamiken.sbg.ac.at/files/Puppets_Bios_Vortragende-fvs.pdf
Primary URL Description: conference information, pdf. link to abstracts
Conference Name: Puppet Theatre: In the Beginning were Puppets, Salzburg University, in collaboration with the Salzburg Marionette Theatre


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