Associate Professor Nikolaos Papazarkadas

Lecturer in Classics, Trinity College Dublin (2004-2005); postdoctoral fellow in Ancient History, St Hilda's, Oxford 2005-2007; assistant, then associate professor of Classics, University of California at Berkeley (2007-2018).

Greek Epigraphy, Greek History. 

Athens, Attica, Thebes, Boeotia, Siphnos, Cyclades.

Full Publications: nikolaos_papazarkadas_publications.docx

Selected Publications:

  • Ὁ οἶκος τοῦ τριηράρχου Ἀρχεδήμου καὶ ὁ δῆμος τῶν Αὐριδῶν: παρατηρήσεις σὲ ἕνα νέο ἀττικὸ ἐπιτύμβιο μνημεῖο

  • Festival Networks in Late Hellenistic Boeotia: from Kinship to Political Rejuvenation

  • THE CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE REFOUNDATION OF THEBES: A NEW EPIGRAPHIC AND HISTORICAL ANALYSIS

  • Pindaric reverberations: an unpublished inscription from the Museum of Thebes

  • The Epigraphic Habit(s) in Fourth-Century Boiotia

  • Ἀπότμημα τιμητικοῦ ψηφίσματος ἀπὸ τὴ Βόρεια Κλιτὺ Ἀκροπόλεως

  • A New Fragmentary Inscribed Account from Athens

  • Introduction

  • Epigraphy in Early Modern Greece

  • Athens, Sigeion, and the Politics of Approbation during the Ionian War

  • Two New Epigrams from Thebes

  • The Making of the Archaeological Landscape of Boeotia in Early Modern Greece

  • Νέο θραῦσμα τῆς στήλης τῆς Χαλκοθήκης IG II2 120 + 1465

  • More

Lectures and classes
i. Aristocracy and Democracy 550-450 B.C.
ii. Athenian History through Archaeology

Tutorials 
i. Greek History I.1. Herodotus and the Greek World: 776-479 B.C.
ii. Greek History I.2. Thucydides and the Greek World 479-403 B.C.
iii. Greek History I.3. The end of the Peloponnesian War to the death of Philip II: 403-336 B.C.
iv. Greek History: 479-323 B.C.
v. Greek History: 400-200 B.C.
vi. Athenian Democracy in the Classical Age
 

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