Vassilis Lambrinoudakis, Professor Emeritus of Classical Archaeology at the University of Athens -“The Sanctuary of Asclepius at Epidauros: New Finds Rewrite the Function and History of the Most Important Sanatorium in Antiquity”
Varvakeio Model Junior High School students adopt iconic ancient Greek theatres and introduce Greek students abroad to them
Cross – curricular teaching scenario combining English Language and History of Drama in Varvakeio Model Junior High School – part 2
“Boulouki” – The participatory project ‘Under the Landscape’
For the first time, works of contemporary art are exhibited at the Archaeological Museum of Ancient Messene.
2nd General Assembly
Sunday 13 December 2009 – New Acropolis Museum
The 2nd General Assembly was successfully held on Sunday, December 13, at the Auditorium of the Acropolis Museum. A tour of the theater of Dionysus was preceded by the architect-restorer Konstantinos Boletis. The purpose of the 2nd General Assembly was to finance all the viewing and listening venues.
During this time, Diazoma’s ideas and initiatives were presented in order to raise money for each theater separately through a special bank account (electronic money box). After the completion of the scientific documentation of the ancient sites of viewing and listening, Diazoma aims to finance all the works (researches, studies, excavations, restoration works, etc.) for each theater separately.
The new activities of the DIAZOMA Association (publishing, filmmaking, translation of the website, cooperation with universities, etc.) were also discussed. The objective of the Convention is to create an authentic citizens’ movement for the effective and universal protection of the monuments of Greece.