Seafarers in Ancient Greece | Pirates, Sailors, Colonizers
  • Description
  • This exciting summer school focuses on various types of seafarers in ancient Greece, from pirates to sailors and colonizers. It explores their roles in mythical journeys, the colonization process, and naval battles from the Archaic to the Hellenistic age. Emphasis will be given to maritime religion, economy, and landscape. The program will also take advantage of the location of Corfu incorporating trips to islands and locations of sea-battles and inquiring about the role of ancient Corcyra in seafaring. Through a combination of in-class lectures and on-site teaching the students will be able to gain a deep understanding of the history of seafaring and to explore various aspects of the life of islanders in the ancient world. The students will also establish a good foundation in ancient Greek History, Art, and Religion.

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  • Keywords
  • Seafarers Ancient Greece Pirates Sailors Colonizers Greek History Art Religion
  • Subject Categories
  • Humanities & Arts
  • Arts (arts, history of arts, performing arts, music)
  • Arts, art history
  • History and archaeology
  • Ancient history
  • Philosophy, ethics and religion
  • Additional Details
  • Languages
  • English language
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perm_contact_calendarProfessor Athanasios Efstathiou, Dr Polyxeni Strolonga, Dr. Konstantinos Stefou,,