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Preface: Relaunching the Publications of the Netherlands Institute at Athens Series W. van de Put Introduction T.M. Dijkstra, I.N.I. Kuin, M. Moser, D. Weidgenannt Part I: Building Remembrance 1. Roman Greece and the 'Mnemonic Turn': Some Critical Remarks D. Grigoropoulos, V. Di Napoli, V. Evangelidis, F. Camia, D. Rogers, S. Vlizos 2. Managing Social Roles after Death: The Strategic Use of Tombs in Roman Patras T.M. Dijkstra 3. Contending with the Past in Roman Corinth C. de Grazia Vanderpool, P.D. Scotton Part II: Competing with the Past 4. Heritage Societies? Private Associations in Roman Greece (1st century BC to 2nd century AD) B. Eckhardt 5. Performing the Past: Salamis, Naval Contests and the Athenian Ephebeia Z. Newby 6. Greek Panhellenic Agones in a Roman Colony: Corinth and the Return of the Isthmian Games L. del Basso Part III: Honoring Tradition 7. Heroes of Their Times. Intra-Mural Burials in the Urban Memorial Landscapes of the Roman Peloponnese J. Fouquet 8. Public Statues as a Strategy of Remembrance in Roman Messene C. Dickenson 9. alpharhoepsilontauetasigmaf epsilonnuepsilonkappaepsilonnu kappaalphaiota epsilonupsilonnuomicron alphasigmaf: Commemorating Times of Crisis D. Weidgenannt Part IV: History in Athens 10. Political Change in Post-Sullan Athens I.N.I. Kuin 11. Public Honours for Roman Friends: The Past as a Political Resource on the Roman Acropolis M. Moser 12. The Past in the Present: Athenian Inscriptional Language Regarding the Divine, the Roman Challenge and the Construction of Urban Mnemonics E. Fassa Epilogue: A Strabonian Take 13. Remembrances and the Regimes of Historicity in the Geography of Strabo P. Doukellis Conclusion: Change and Remembering in Roman Greece I.N.I. Kuin, M. Moser

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Tamara M. Dijkstra (MA) is in the final stages of her PhD-project at the department of Greek Archaeology of the University of Groningen. She studies social structure and identities in Achaea in the Hellenistic and Roman period, by analysing continuity and change in practices of death, burial, and commemoration. In addition to her PhD-project, works as an archaeologist in the Halos Archaeological Project in Thessaly. Dr. Inger N.I. Kuin received a PhD from New York University. She currently works at Groningen University in the Ancient History Department, studying memory, political change, and crisis recovery in the Roman East during the first century BC for the After the Crisis research project, which is part of the OIKOS Anchoring Innovation research agenda. Dr. Kuin has published on religion and humor in antiquity, on race and ethnicity in Lucian of Samosata, on Latin epigraphy, and on Roman Athens Dr. Muriel Moser received a PhD from the University of Cambridge. She is a member of the Department of Ancient History at the Goethe University Frankfurt and director of a research project on Roman Greece (A 02) within the interdisciplinary collaborative research group SFB 1095 Discourses of Weakness and Resource Regimes (funded by the DFG) in Frankfurt. Dr Moser has published on the use of memory under the Constantinian dynasty, property and power in the Senate of Constantinople and military maritime infrastructure in the Roman East. David Weidgenannt (MA) works under the supervision of Dr M. Moser on continuity and change in the statuary landscape of Epidauros. In 2015 he participated in the BSA Epigraphy Course and in the German-Greek-PhD Colloquium of the German Archaeological Institute. His Master's thesis dealt with "Coinage and Identity in Roman Greece".

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