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HISTORY COURSES OFFERED TO OTHER DEPARTMENTS

Courses that are marked with an asterisk (*) are offered by the staff at special hours (different from the teaching programme of the Faculty of History & Archaeology).

Whenever a course is not offered in special hours, students from other departments are advised to declare their participation to the teachers at the beginning of the courses, independently from the dates for official selection declarations submitted to their corresponding departmental secretaries. In this case, maximum number of students is 150 per course (priority list). 

For the FACULTY OF PHILOLOGY (between brackets the course code as offered by the Faculty of Philology):

Orientation: Classical Philology

  • Compulsory

ΙΙ 10ΑΤ (ΚΙΙ01) Αncient History I *     (winter semester)

From the formation of the city-state till the end of the Classical period  

S. Aneziri, 3 hrs.

ΙΙ 11ΑΤ (ΚΙΙ02) Αncient History II *    (winter semester)

Hellenistic and Roman period (from Alexander to Diocletian)                        

S. Aneziri, 3 hrs.

  • Optional (limited selection)

ΙΙ 89 Αncient History           (spring semester)

Introduction to Ancient Greek Epigraphy

S. Aneziri, 3 hrs.

ΙΙ 13ΑΤ (ΚΙΙ03) Βyzantine History*     (spring semester)

Introduction to Byzantine History  

S. Mergiali, 3 hrs.

ΚΙΙ04 Early Modern and Modern Greek History / Topics in Greek history, 15th-20th c.*                                                   (winter semester)

Sp. Ploumidis, 3 hrs.

Orientation: Byzantine & Medieval Philology

  • Compulsory

ΙΙ 13ΑΤ (MΙΙ03) Βyzantine History*      (spring semester)

Introduction to Byzantine History

S. Mergiali, 3 hrs.

  •  Optional (limited selection)

ΙΙ 10Φ (ΜΙΙ01) Αncient History I *         (winter semester)

From the formation of the city-state to the end of the Classical period    

S. Aneziri, 3 hrs

ΙΙ 11ΑΤ (MΙΙ02) Αncient History II *      (winter semester)

Hellenistic and Roman period (from Alexander to Diocletian)

S. Aneziri, 3 hrs

ΙΙ 89 Αncient History                               (spring semester)

Introduction to Ancient Greek Epigraphy

S. Aneziri, 3 hrs.

ΜΙΙ04                                                           (winter semester)

Early Modern and Modern Greek History / Topics in Greek History, 15th-20th c.*                       

S. Ploumidis, 3 hrs.

Orientation: Linguistics

  •  Optional (limited selection)

ΙΙ 10Φ (ΓΙΙ01) Αncient History I *        (winter semester)

From the formation of the city-state till the end of the Classical period  

S. Aneziri, 3 hrs.

ΙΙ 11ΑΤ (ΓΙΙ02) Αncient History II *     (winter semester)

Hellenistic and Roman period (from Alexander to Diocletian) 

S. Aneziri, 3 hrs.

ΙΙ 89 Αncient History                              (spring semester)

Introduction to Ancient Greek Epigraphy

S. Aneziri, 3 hrs.

ΙΙ 13ΑΤ (ΓΙΙ03) Βyzantine History*     (spring semester)

Introduction to Byzantine History 

S. Mergiali, 3 hrs.

ΓΙΙ04 Early Modern and Modern Greek History / Topics in Greek history, 15th-20th c.*                                                               (winter semester)

Sp. Ploumidis, 3 hrs.

For the FACULTY OF PAEDAGOGICS

  • Compulsory

ΙΙ 10ΑΤ Αncient History*                   (spring semester)

Ancient Greek History from the beginning until the Roman Imperial period   

N. Giannakopoulos, 3 hrs.

ΙΙ 13ΑΤ Βyzantine History*               (spring semester)

Introduction to Byzantine History 

S. Mergiali, 3 hrs.

ΙΙ 88 Contemporary Greek Political History     (winter semester)

The Greek Political System, 1929-1967

Ε. Hatzivassileiou, 3 hrs.

  • Optional

ΙΙ 30 Early Modern Greek History II    (spring semester)

History of the Greek territories under Venetian rule (13th-18th c.)

Α. Papadia-Lala, 3 hrs.

ΙΙ 84 History of the Post-WW2 World    (spring semester)

Ε. Hatzivassileiou, 3 hrs.

For the FACULTY OF PHILOSOPHY

  • Compulsory

ΙΙ 10ΑΤ Αncient History*                 (spring semester)

Ancient Greek History from the beginning until the Roman Imperial period

N. Giannakopoulos, 3 hrs.

ΙΙ 13ΑΤ Βyzantine History*               (spring semester)

Introduction to Byzantine History 

S. Mergiali, 3 hrs.

ΙΥ 20 Early Modern and Modern Greek History / Topics in Greek history, 15th-20th c.*                                                              (winter semester)

K. Konstantinidou, 3 hrs.

  • Optional

ΙΙ 30 Early Modern Greek History II          (spring semester)

History of the Greek territories under Venetian rule (13th-18th c.)

Α. Papadia-Lala, 3 hrs.

ΙΙ 88 Contemporary Greek Political History     (winter semester)

The Greek Political System, 1929-1967

Ε. Hatzivassileiou, 3 hrs.

ΙΙ 84 History of the Post-WW2 World        (spring semester)

Ε. Hatzivassileiou, 3 hrs.

For the FACULTY OF PSYCHOLOGY

  • Optional

ΙΙ 10ΑΤ Αncient History*                 (spring semester)

Ancient Greek History from the beginning until the Roman Imperial period

N. Giannakopoulos, 3 hrs.

ΙΙ 13ΑΤ Βyzantine History*               (spring semester)

Introduction to Byzantine History 

S. Mergiali, 3 hrs.

ΙΙ 30 Early Modern Greek History II          (spring semester)

History of the Greek territories under Venetian rule (13th-18th c.)

Α. Papadia-Lala, 3 hrs.

ΙΥ 20 Early Modern and Modern Greek History / Topics in Greek history, 15th-20th c.*                                                              (winter semester)

K. Konstantinidou, 3 hrs.

ΙΙ 88 Contemporary Greek Political History     (winter semester)

The Greek Political System, 1929-1967

Ε. Hatzivassileiou, 3 hrs.

ΙΙ 84 History of the Post-WW2 World        (spring semester)

Ε. Hatzivassileiou, 3 hrs.

For the FACULTY OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE

  • Optional

ΕEI01 Early Modern and Modern Greek History / Topics in Greek history, 15th-20th c.*         (winter semester)

K. Konstantinidou, 3 hrs

For the FACULTY OF FRENCH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE

  • Optional

64679 Early Modern and Modern Greek History / Topics in Greek history, 15th-20th c.*            (winter semester)

K. Konstantinidou, 3 hrs

For the FACULTY OF GERMAN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE

  • ·         Optional

ΙΥ 20 Early Modern and Modern Greek History / Topics in Greek history, 15th-20th c.*                                                      (winter semester)

K. Konstantinidou, 3 hrs.

ΙΙ 13ΑΤ Βyzantine History*                (spring semester)

Introduction to Byzantine History 

S. Mergiali, 3 hrs.

ΙΙ 30 Early Modern Greek History II   (spring semester)

History of the Greek territories under Venetian rule (13th-18th c.)

Α. Papadia-Lala, 3 hrs.

II140 Modern European History             (winter semester)    

History of Childhood and Youth in modern Europe  

M. Papathanassiou, 3 hrs.

ΙΙ 135 Modern Greek History            (winter semester)

Greece in the Second World War: Occupation, Resistance, Liberation

D. Lampropoulou, 3 hrs.

ΙΙ 88 Contemporary Greek Political History     (winter semester)

The Greek Political System, 1929-1967

Ε. Hatzivassileiou, 3 hrs.

ΙΙ 84 History of the Post-WW2 World        (spring semester)

Ε. Hatzivassileiou, 3 hrs.

For the FACULTY OF SPANISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE

  • Compulsory

72ΚΟΙ 009 Early Modern and Modern Greek History / Topics in Greek history, 15th-20th c.*                     (winter semester)

K. Konstantinidou, 3 hrs

COURSES IN ARCHAEOLOGY AND ART HISTORY OFFERED TO OTHER DEPARTMENTS

Courses noted with an asterisk (*) are offered specifically to the corresponding Faculty.

Whenever a course is not offered in special hours, students from other departments are advised to declare their participation to the teachers at the beginning of the courses, independently from the dates for official selection declarations submitted to their corresponding departmental secretaries. In this case, maximum number of students is 150 per course (priority list).

  1. For the Faculty of Philology

Orientation: Classical Philology

  • Core Modules

ΙΑ 01 (ΚΙΑ 01) Classical Archaeology. Introduction to Classical Archaeology * (winter semester)

e-class: ARCH754

D. Plantzos, 3 hours

  • Optional Modules

IΑ 02 (ΚIΑ 02) Prehistoric Archaeology:

The civilizations of the Prehistoric Aegean. An overview.    (Spring semester)

e-class: ARCH166

A. Hasiakou-Argyraki

ΙΑ 14 (ΚΙΑ 14) Byzantine Archaeology II. 

Archaeology and arts of the Byzantine period (7th c. – 1453)        (Spring Semester)

e-class: ARCH603

A. Drandaki, 3 hours

Orientation: Medieval and Modern Greek Studies

  • ·         Optional Modules

ΙΑ 01 (MΙΑ 01) Classical Archaeology. Introduction to Classical Archaeology * (winter semester)

e-class: ARCH754

D. Plantzos, 3 hours

IΑ 02 (MIΑ 02) Prehistoric Archaeology I

The civilizations of the Prehistoric Aegean. An overview.        (Spring semester)

e-class: ARCH166

A. Hasiakou--Argyraki, 3 hours

ΙΑ 14 (MΙΑ 14) Byzantine Archaeology II. 

Archaeology and arts of the Byzantine period (7th c. – 1453)        (Spring Semester)

e-class: ARCH603

A. Drandaki, 3 hours

Orientations: Linguistics

  • Optional Modules

ΙΑ 01 (ΓΙΑ 01) Classical Archaeology. Introduction to Classical Archaeology* (Winter Semester)

e-class: ARCH754

D. Plantzos, 3 hours

2. For the Faculties of PSYCHOLOGY, Philosophy, PAedagogics, RUSSIAN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE OF SLAVIC STUDIES, GERMAN-ENGLISH- FRENCH- ITALIAN- SPANISH LANGUAGE AND PHILOLOGY

  • Optional Modules

ΙΑ 01 Classical Archaeology. Introduction to Classical Archaeology * (Winter semester)

e-class: ARCH754

D. Plantzos, 3 hours

For the FACULTy Of MUSIC Studies

  • ·         Optional Modules

ΙΑ 01 Classical Archaeology. Introduction to Classical Archaeology * (Winter semester)

e-class: ARCH754

D. Plantzos, 3 hours

ΙΑ 15 Art History I. Renaissance and Mannierism.        (Winter semester)

e-class: ARCH200

E. Mavromichali, 3 hours

For the FACULTy Of ThEATRICAL Studies

  • ·         Optional Modules 

ΙΑ 01 Classical Archaeology. Introduction to Classical Archaeology* (Winter semester)

e-class: ARCH754

D. Plantzos, 3 hours

ΙΑ 16 History of Art  II. Baroque art and Rococo art.     

e-class: ARCH333

D. Pavlopoulos, 3 hours

ΙΑ 31 Classical Archaeology III. Greek Monumental Painting.    (Spring semester)

e-class: ARCH561

D. Plantzos, 3 hours