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  • Program for Greek Towns and Cities: A SymposiumSource: Hesperia: The Journal of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, Vol. 50,No. 4, Greek Towns and Cities: A Symposium (Oct. - Dec., 1981)Published by: The American School of Classical Studies at AthensStable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/147873 .Accessed: 09/05/2014 15:32

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  • GREEK TOWNS AND CITIES: A SYMPOSIUM

    THURSDAY, JUNE 18

    10:00 A.M. First Session GENNADIUS LIBRARY Henry S. Robinson, presiding

    Thomas W. Jacobsen: The Franchthi Cave and the Beginning of Settled Village Life in Greece

    John L. Caskey: Notes on Keos and Tzia

    Recess

    Michael H. Jameson, Thomas D. Boyd: Urban and Rural Land Division in Ancient Greece

    Homer A. Thompson: Athens in the Face of Adversity

    4:30 P.M. Second Session GENNADIUS LIBRARY Francis R. Walton, presiding

    T. Leslie Shear, Jr.: From City-State to Provincial Town Colin N. Edmonson: Accidental Archives and Ancient Athens

    Recess

    Speros Vryonis: The Slavic Invasions in the Balkans and Greece in the Sixth and Seventh Centuries

    John Travlos: Athens after the Liberation and the Excavations

    FRIDAY, JUNE 19

    10:00 A.M. Visit to the Athenian Agora AGORA, HADRIAN STREET ENTRANCE

    Staff of the Agora Excavations

    5:00 P.M. Third Session GENNADIUS LIBRARY Oscar Broneer, presiding

    Charles K. Williams, II: The City of Corinth and its Domestic Religion Brunilde S. Ridgway: Sculpture in Corinth Carolyn G. Koehler: Corinthian Developments in the Study of Trade in the

    Fifth Century B. C.

    SATURDAY, JUNE 20

    Visit to Corinth ANCIENT CORINTH

    Staff of the Corinth Excavations

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    Article Contents[unnumbered]

    Issue Table of ContentsHesperia: The Journal of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, Vol. 50, No. 4, Greek Towns and Cities: A Symposium (Oct. - Dec., 1981), pp. 303-461Volume InformationFront MatterCentennial CelebrationGreek Towns and Cities: A SymposiumProgram for Greek Towns and Cities: A Symposium

    Franchthi Cave and the Beginning of Settled Village Life in Greece [pp. 303-319]Notes on Keos and Tzia [pp. 320-326]Urban and Rural Land Division in Ancient Greece [pp. 327-342]Athens Faces Adversity [pp. 343-355]Athens: From City-State to Provincial Town [pp. 356-377]The Evolution of Slavic Society and the Slavic Invasions in Greece. The First Major Slavic Attack on Thessaloniki, A. D. 597 [pp. 378-390]Athens after the Liberation: Planning the New City and Exploring the Old [pp. 391-407]The City of Corinth and Its Domestic Religion [pp. 408-421]Sculpture from Corinth [pp. 422-448]Corinthian Developments in the Study of Trade in the Fifth Century [pp. 449-458]Greek Epigraphical Index [pp. 459-460]Back Matter [pp. 461-461]