Open House | Late Bronze Age burials at Mycenae and what they tell us, with Heleni Palaiologou

We were pleased to welcome Heleni Palaiologou, an archaeologist, retired from the Ministry of Culture of Greece, for a discussion about burials from the late Bronze Age at Mycenae, and what they tell us. The event took place on Thursday, November 29, at 11 a.m. EST, and was recorded. In preparation you might like to read the description of Mycenae in Pausanias 2.16.1–2.16.7. You can watch the event on our… Read more

Nafplio, Argos and Mycenea: Travel-study, Leg 1

CHS Greece A guest post by Janet M. Ozsolak I had the opportunity to travel to Greece with Harvard Alumni Association’s travel-study program which was led by Gregory Nagy. I came back with great memories. The first leg of the travel-study program focused on Nafplio and its environs, namely Argos and Mycenae. Nafplio was the capital of the First Hellenic Republic and of the Kingdom of Greece, from the start… Read more