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Fless, F.
The necropolis of Pantikapaion (Kerc, Crimea). (Powerpoint)
Paper delivered at the University of Aarhus 15 May 2002.

Fless, F.
Living in the world of the "Other" - Attic vases as grave goods in Pantikapaion (Kerc, Crimea).
Paper delivered at the University of Aarhus 15 May 2002.

Fless, F.
Summary of the conference.
Paper delivered at the international conference: Meetings of Cultures in the Black Sea region: between conflict and coexistence Sandbjerg, Denmark, 8-11 January 2006.

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Guldager Bilde, P.
Reflexions on a group of terracotta altars with representations of Greek gods.
Paper delivered at the seminar "Golden Treasures of the Dacians. Rumania through 7000 years", 1-3 October, 2004.The Museum of Mediterranean Antiquities, Stockholm, Sweden.

Guldager Bilde, P.
Greek temples of the Black Sea region: facts and fiction.
Paper given in Athens at the Danish Institute, 28 March 2004.

Guldager Bilde, P.
What was Scythian about the “Scythian Diana” at Nemi?
January 2004

Guldager Bilde, P.
Roadmap to Salvation?
Reflexions on a group of Hellenistic terrracotta altars.
Paper delivered at the Black Sea Area in the System of the Hellenistic World. 11th International Symposium on the Ancient History and Archaeology of the Black Sea Area, Vani, Georgia, September 2005.

Guldager Bilde, P.
Some reflections on eschatological currents, diasporic experience,  and group identity in the northwestern Black Sea region.
Paper delivered at the international conference: Meetings of Cultures in the Black Sea region: between conflict and coexistence Sandbjerg, Denmark, 8-11 January 2006.

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Hinge, G.
Scythian nomadism in the narrative of Herodotus.
Paper delivered at the University of Aarhus 21 September 2002.

Huy, S. (illustrations)
At the edge of Bosporan Kingdom. The indigenious settlement of Novo Zolotovka.
Paper delivered at the international conference: The Bosporan Kingdom. Sandbjerg, Denmark, 23-26 March 2009.

 


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