Sotiria Kiorpe

Sotiria Kiorpe
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki | AUTH · Department of Archaeology and History of Ancient and Byzantine Art and Civilization

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The proposed poster summarizes the preliminary results of the macroscopic examination carried out in selected cremations from Iron Age Central Macedonia. The discrete regional variability expressed in the mortuary picture of the Late Bronze Age would acquire a more standardized form in Iron Age Macedonia, in which, from the 11th c. onwards, a range...

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TEFRA research program aims to approach the practice of burning the human body in a chronological horizon which extends from the Neolithic (7th mill. BCE) to the Early Iron Age (11th-9th c. BC), according to two dimensions: the technology of the use of fire and the bio-anthropology that is the demographic synthesis and the biological attributes of the people whose bodies were subjected to burning. The project is funded by: H.F.R.I. (Hellenic Foundation for Research and Innovation) in the framework of the 2nd Call for H.F.R.I.’s Research Projects to Support Faculty Members & Researchers (A.U.Th. Research Committee Project No: 73268), under the supervision of the Principal Investigator Assistant Professor, Dr. Sevasti Triantaphyllou.