Kythera and Laconia, a continuous dependent relationship

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Thursday 10th November 2022 (17:00-18:00)
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Join Aris Tsaravopoulos (Hellenic Ministry of Culture) for a discussion about their talk Kythera and Laconia, a continuous dependent relationship

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This paper will discuss the strong dependent relationship of the island of Kythera from Laconia. Apart from the administrative and economic sector, this dependency also extends - as evidenced by the latest research - to the cultural and especially the religious field despite the remarkable continuity of the worship of Aphrodite, which seems to continue that of the Minoan Great Goddess and of the Phoenician Astarte. Finally, an attempt will be made to explain why no remains of the sanctuary and the temple of Aphrodite, which Pausanias mentioned in the 2nd c. AD., are preserved nowadays.


Aris Tsaravopoulos (Hellenic Ministry of Culture)

Dr Chrysanthi Gallou (University of Nottingham)

Professor William Cavanagh (University of Nottingham)

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