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.
On Tuesday, 28 January 2020, within the framework of the DIAZOMA Association’s collaboration with the Region of Epirus and the Ministry of Culture for the implementation of the development programme “Ancient Theatres of Epirus Cultural Route”, DIAZOMA awarded five new contracts for the study, restoration and enhancement of the Ancient Theatre of Nicopolis, one of the route’s five landmarks. More specifically, the contracts pertain to the ancient theatre’s west retaining wall and east paraskenion.
To determine the needs to be addressed by the studies, a scientific meeting and comprehensive consultation were held at DIAZOMA’s offices on 14 January 2020. The meeting was attended by Mr Stavros Benos, President of DIAZOMA; Ms Eleni Toumbakari, Head at the Directorate for the Restoration of Ancient Monuments of the Ministry of Culture; Mr Evangelos Pavlidis, archaeologist and Great Theatre of Nicopolis project manager; Mr Leonidas Leontaris, architect-engineer of the aforementioned project; and research consultants Mr Gerasimos Thomas, civil engineer; Mr Vasilis Kasimis, civil engineer; Mr Panagiotis Tokmakides, rural and surveying engineer; Mr Evgenios Gialias, architect-engineer; and Mr Giorgos Dounias, civil engineer-soil engineer.
More specifically, DIAZOMA awarded the following:
The award of the contracts mentioned above is implemented within the framework of the cultural sponsorship of the Paul & Alexandra Canellopoulos Foundation, corporate member of DIAZOMA, which supports actions relating to the realization of the “Epirus Cultural Route” and the enhancement and promotion of the ancient theatre of Nicopolis. DIAZOMA expresses its warmest gratitude to the Foundation for its financial and substantial support.
Contract signing at DIAZOMA snapshots: