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Mithridates VI and the Pontic Kingdom: Programme

Mithridates VI and the Pontic Kingdom

The Danish National Research Foundation's Centre for Black Sea Studies

Aarhus, Denmark, 11-13 January, 2007

 

 

Thursday 11 January

12.00-13.00    Lunch

13.00-13.30    Welcome by Pia Guldager Bilde

13.30-14.15    Marek Jan Olbrycht, Mithradates VI and Iran

14.15-15.00    Christian Marek, Hellenization and Romanization in Northern Anatolia: An Overview

15.00-15.30    Break

15.30-16.15    Jakob Munk Højte, On the Nature and Organisation of the Pontic Kingdom   

16.15-17.00    Lâtife Summerer, Disputes about Mithridates: Reception of Mithridates between the 16th and the 20th Centuries

18.00-19.00    Dinner

19.00-            Reception at the Centre for Black Sea Studies

 

Friday 12 January

10.00-10.45    Emine Sökmen, Persian and Anatolian Cults in the Mithridatic Kingdom

10.45-11.00    Break

11.00-11.45    Sergej Saprykin, Main Aspects of the Religious Policy in the Kingdom of Pontus under the Mithridatids

12.00-13.00    Lunch

13.00-13.45    Jesper Majbom Madsen, The Ambitions of Mithridates VI: Hellenistic Kingship and Modern Interpretations

13.45-14.30    Brian McGing, Mithradates VI Eupator and Rome: Aggressor or Victim?

14.30-15.00    Break

15.00-15.45    Luis Ballesteros Pastor, Troy, between Mithridates and Rome

15.45-16.00    Break

16.00-            Roundtable discussion of the Ephesian Vesper (introduction by Uffe Østergård,  Danish Institute for Int. Studies)

18.30-            Dinner

 

Saturday 13 January

9.30-10.15      François de Callataÿ, The First Royal Coinages of Pontus (from Mithradates III to Mithradates V)

10.15-11.00    Tatiana Smekalova, The Use of Different Alloys for the Coinages of Pontos and Bosporos at the End of the Second to First Half of the First Century BC

11.00-11.15    Break

11.15-12.00    Patric Kreuz, Monuments for the King: Royal Presence in the Late Hellenistic World of Mithridates VI

12.00-13.00    Lunch

13.00-13.45    Robert Fleischer, The Rock-tombs of the Pontian Kings in Amasya, Turkey

13.45-14.30    Deniz Burcu Erciyas, Comana Pontica: A City or a Sanctuary?

14.30-15.00    Break

15.00-15.45    Eugenij Molev, Bosporus under the Rule of Mithridates VI Eupator

15.45-16.30    Sergej Lancov, The Kulchuk settlement in the Crimea during the reign of Mithridates VI

16.30-17.00    Break

17.00-            Summing up

18.30-            Dinner


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