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Scientific Publications

Publications in Peer-Reviewed and other Journals:

 

In press and forthcoming

1. Abate, D., Hermon, S., Eliades , M. Faka , M., Kyriacou, P. in press, Virtual and physical re-composition of fragmented ecclesiastical frescoes using a photogrammetric approach. Proceedings of the International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, Comission VI, Prague, 2016, (peer-reviewed).
2. Artopoulos, G. and Economou Architects and Engineers, in press, The Contribution of Urban Parks to the Holistic Development of the Cypriot City, The Architects+Engineers magazine of the Cyprus Civil Engineers & Architects Association, 99.
3. Artopoulos, G., Bakirtzis, N. and Hermon, S., in press, Spatially-Organized Virtual Narratives of Contested Urban Space: Digital Methods of Mapping the Spatial Experience of Shared Heritage, Body Space Technology Journal (peer-reviewed).
4. Croft, P., Ceron-Carrasco, R., Peltenburg, E., Bailon, S., Cucchi, T., Mano, L., Colledge, S., Deckers, K., Lorentz, K.O. and Ridout-Sharpe, J., in press, Neolithic Kisonerga-Myloudia, 2000-2006: the bioarchaeology, RDAC, 1-29.
5. Gasanova, S. Sandrine Pagès-Camagna, Andrioti, M., Lemasson, Q., Brunel, L., Doublet, C., Hermon, S., 2016, Polychromy analysis on Cypriot Archaic statues by non- and micro-invasive analytical techniques, Accepted for publication, Archaeometry, (peer-reviewed).
6. Kyriacou, P., Hermon, S. A, in press. Natural Interaction System with Virtual Artifacts in Augmented Reality, Proceedings of The Brazilian Symposium on Virtual Reality 2016, (peer-reviewed).
7. Lorentz, K.O in press, Challenges for ritual taphonomy of prehistoric Cyprus, Journal of Archaeological Science, (peer-reviewed).
8. Niccolucci, F., Hermon, S., Felicetti, A., Ronzino, P., forthcoming, Expressing Reliability with CIDOC CRM, International Journal on Digital Libraries (peer-reviewed).
9. Vassallo, V., Kyriacou, N., Hermon, S.,and Eliades, I., in press, Uno strumento WebGIS per lo studio ed analisi dei percorsi spazio-temporali del patrimonio culturale di Cipro,Archeologia e Calcolatori journal, Vol. 8, (peer-reviewed).
10. Vetters, M., Brysbaert, A., Ntinou, M., Tsartsidou, G. and Margaritis, E. in press, People and plants: conscious choices or socio-economic necessities? A contextual archaeobotanical, anthracological and phytolith approach to Tiryns’s least visible remains. Opuscula Atheniensis, (peer-reviewed).
11. Vico, L., Atzeni I., De Palmas, A., Hermon, S. and Iannone, G., in press, Métodos para la reconstrucción virtual de construcciones históricas. El caso de estudio de Santa Cristina de Paulilatino, Virtual Archaeology Review, (peer-reviewed).

 

2016

1. Gasanova, S., Pagès-Camagna, S., Andrioti, M., Hermon, S. Non-invasive in-situ analysis of the polychromy on ancient Cypriot sculptures, Journal of Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences, DOI: 10.1007/s12520-016-0340-1, (peer-reviewed).
2. Nikita, E., Chovalopoulou, M.-E. 2016, An attempt to predict tooth crown height using cementoenamel junction diameters and implications in the quantitative study of dental wear. Anthropologischer Anzeiger – Journal of Biological and Clinical Anthropology 73/2: 161–167, (peer-reviewed).

2015

1. Artopoulos, G., Bakirtzis, N. and Hermon, S., 2015, Spatially-Organized Virtual Narratives of Contested Urban Space: Digital Methods of Mapping the Spatial Experience of Shared Heritage, in open-access University of Greenwich's London eScholarship Repository [Academic Literature Archive] <http://gala.gre.ac.uk/, (peer-reviewed).
2. Margaritis, E., 2015, The plant remains, in Romano, D. & Voyatzis, M., Mt. Lykaion excavation and survey project, Part 2, The lower Sanctuary, Hesperia, 84, 207-276, (peer- reviewed).
3. Touchais, A, Touchais, J., Fachard, S. and Margaritis, E., 2015, L’Aspis, Bulletin de Correspondance Hellénique, 136-137, 135-157, (peer-reviewed).
4. Vassallo V. and Hermon S., 2015, A GIS tool to trace the provenance of Cypriot cultural heritage, "Uncommon Culture" Journal, 6, no. 2 (12) Creative Digital. http://uncommonculture.org/ojs/index.php/UC/article/view/6213/5063.
5. Watrous, D.V, Buell, M. McEnroe, J.C., Younger, J.G., Turner, L.A. Kunkel, B.S. Glowacki, K., Gallimore, Angus Smith, S., Pantou, Anne Chapin, P.A., and E. Margaritis. 2015, ‘Excavations at Gournia, 2010-2012, Hesperia 84, 3, pp. 397-465, (peer-reviewed).

 

2014

1. Anastasiou, E., Lorentz, K.O., Stein, G.J. and Mitchell, P.D., 2014, Prehistoric schistosomiasis parasite found in the Middle East, Lancet Infectious Diseases, 14, 553-54, (peer-reviewed).
2. Artopoulos, G. and Bakirtzis, N., 2014, Virtual Environments of Contested Urban Space: Mapping the Spatial Experience of Heritage in Divided Historic Cities, The Mediated City. Architecture_MPS Journal, http://architecturemps.com/london/, (peer-reviewed).
3. Karageorghis, V., 2014, Jean Pouilloux à Salamine de Chypre, Cahier du Centre d’ Etudes Chypriotes, 44, 14-24.
4. Lorentz, K.O., 2014, Bodies Transformed: Negotiations of Identity in Chalcolithic Cyprus, European Journal of Archaeology, 17:2, 229-247, (peer-reviewed).
5. Margaritis, E., 2014, The taverna at Hellenistic Krania: cooking, eating, drinking and the identification of the use of space, Hesperia, 83.1, 103-121, (peer-reviewed).

 

2013

1. Baird, D. , Asouti, E., Astruc, L., Baysal, A., Baysal, E., Carruthers, D., Fairbairn, A., Kabukcu, C., Jenkins, E., Lorentz, K., Middleton, C., Pearson, J. and Pirie, A., 2013, Juniper smoke, skulls and wolves' tails, The Epipalaeolithic of the Anatolian plateau in its South-west Asian context; insights from Pinarbaşi, Levant, 45:2, 175-209, (peer-reviewed).
2. Damnjanovic, U., Hermon, S., Deutscher, T., Roitman, A. and Scheffer, H., 2013, Bringing New Life to Video Narratives for Exploring Cultural Heritage in P. Nesi and R. Santucci (eds.), Information Technologies for Performing Arts, Media Access, and Entertainment, Springer, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 7990, 1-12, (peer-reviewed).
3. Karageorghis, V., 2013, Cyprus at the end of the Bronze Age again, Pasiphae. Rivista di Filologia e Antichità Egee, VII, 125-132.
4. Margaritis, E., 2013, Distinguishing exploitation, cultivation, production and domestication. The olive in the 3rd millennium Aegean, Antiquity, 87, 746-757, (peer- reviewed).
5. Piccininno, M., and Vassallo, V., 2013, Il flusso di lavoro nei progetti di aggregazione di contenuti culturali digitali. Buone pratiche e controllo della qualità, Digitalia, rivista del digitale nei beni culturali, 1, 131-145.
6. Toumpouri, M., 2013, Book Production in Cyprus (9th-12th century): the illustrated manuscripts as evidence of artistic production on the island, Cahiers du Centre d’Études Chypriotes, 43, 307-328, (peer-reviewed).
7. Toumpouri, M., 2013, Book Production in Cyprus (9th-12th century): the illustrated manuscripts as evidence of the artistic production on the island, Cahiers du Centre d’Études Chypriotes, 307-328.
8. Vico L., and Vassallo, V., 2013, The scientific method applied to the reconstructive hypothesis, Virtual Archaeology Review, 4:9. ISSN: 1989-9947, (peer-reviewed).

 

2012

1. Artopoulos, G., 2012, Prototype Spatial Models of Interaction, International Journal of Visual Design, 6:3, 39-56, (peer-reviewed).
2. Bakirtzis, N., 2012, Library Spaces in Byzantine Monasteries, Modern Greek Studies Yearbook 22/23, 39-62, (peer-reviewed).
3. Croft, P., Bailon, S., Cerón-Carrasco, R., Colledge, S., Cucchi, T., Deckers, K., Lorentz, K.O., Mano, L., Peltenburg, E. and Ridout-Sharpe, J., 2012, Neolithic Kissonerga-Mylouthkia, 2000-2006: the bioarchaeology, RDAC, 2011-2012.
4. Damnjanovic, U., and Hermon, S., 2012, Generating Content for Digital Libraries Using an Interactive Content Management System, Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 7489, 474-479, (peer-reviewed).
5. Karageorghis, V., 2012, Οι Έλληνες στην Ανατολική Μεσόγειο γύρω στα 1200 π.Χ.’, Στασῖνος, 13, 191-202.
6. Khalaily, H., and Hermon, S., 2012, Excavations at Gat Guvrin (Nahal Komem): A Late Chalcolithic Site in the Northern Negev. Atiqot, 75, 1-25.
7. Margaritis, E., 2012, The Botanical Remains, in Tall Al-Kafrayn: The University of Ioannina Hellenic-Jordan Expedition, Preliminary Report on the ninth excavation, Season 2009, Annual of the Department of Antiquities of Jordan.
8. Vassallo, V., and Piccininno, M., 2012, Aggregating Content for Europeana: A Workflow to Support Content Providers, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Volume 7489, Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries, Zaphiris P., Buchanan G., Rasmussen E., Loizides F. (eds.) 445-454 , Springer, (peer-reviewed).


Books and Book Chapter Publications

In Press and Forthcoming

Books

1. Di Giuseppantonio di Franco, P., Galeazzi, F., and Vassallo, V. (eds.), forthcoming, Re-defining Authenticity in the Age of 3D Digital Reproductions: Through the Lens of Archaeology and Cultural Heritage. McDonald Institute Series, Cambridge University Press.
2. Margaritis, E., Jones, M. and Renfrew, J. & Fox, S. (eds.), forthcoming, Wine Confessions: production, trade and social significance of wine in ancient Greece and Cyprus. DeGruyter Publications (2016), (peer –reviewed).

Book Chapters

3. Amico N., Ronzino P., Vassallo V., Hermon S., Niccolucci F., D. Pilides, forthcoming. Theorising authenticity. Practicing reality, in Di Giuseppantonio di Franco P., Galeazzi F., Vassallo V. (eds.), Re-defining Authenticity in the Age of 3D Digital Reproductions: Through the Lens of Archaeology and Cultural Heritage. McDonald Institute Series, Cambridge University Press.
4. Artopoulos, G. and Kirsten, D., in press, From Conflict to Inclusion, University College London Press.
5. Artopoulos, G. and Sioulas, M., forthcoming, Urban Parks and the Holistic Development of Contemporary Cities, in Urban Planning in Cyprus, Nikolas Patsavos and John Pissourios (eds), Cyprus: ETEK Publications.
6. Bakirtzis, N., in press, Architecture and the Monastic Experience, Cambridge World History of Religious Architecture, Richard Etlin, (ed.), Cambridge University Press.
7. Lorentz, K.O. in press, Funerary practices, funerary contexts and death in archaeology, in R. Scott and S. Kosslyn (eds.), Emerging Trends in the Social and Behavioral Sciences. San Francisco: John Wiley and Sons, Ltd.
8. Lorentz, K.O., in press, Archaeology of Body Modification in P. Whelehan and A. Bolin (eds.) The International Encyclopedia of Human Sexuality. Malden, Oxford, John Wiley and Sons, Ltd.
9. Lorentz, K.O., in press, Grasping identity: Theoretically informed human bioarchaeology in/for the Eastern Mediterranean?, in Mina, M., Triantaphyllou, S. and Papadatos, Y. (eds.) Embodied Identities in the Prehistoric Eastern Mediterranean: Convergence of Theory and Practice. Oxford: Oxbow Books.
10. Lorentz, K.O., forthcoming, Human remains from Souskiou-Laona: Demography, ritual taphonomy and burial programmes at the Cemetery (op C) and Settlement (op A), in Peltenburg, E. (ed.) Investigations at Souskiou, Cyprus.
11. Lorentz, K.O., forthcoming, Real bones, real women, real lives: Bioarchaeology and osteobiographies of women in ancient Cyprus, in Budin, S. (ed.) Women in Antiquity: Real Women from Across the Ancient World. Taylor and Francis.
12. Margaritis, E. in press-a, The plant remains of the House Tombs at Petras: acts of destruction, transformation and preservation, in The Pre- and Protopalatial Petras, Siteia cemetery in context, M. Tsipopoulou, (ed.), Athens.
13. Nikita, E., Triantaphyllou, S., Tsipopoulou, M., Panagiotopoulos, D., and Platon, L., in press. Mobility patterns and cultural identities in Prepalatial and Protopalatial central and eastern Crete. in The Pre- and Protopalatial Petras, Siteia cemetery in context, M. Tsipopoulou, (ed.), Athens.
14. Margaritis, E. in press-b, Domestic and Ritual use of plants in Early Iron Age Greece, in A. Mazarakis Ainian, A. Alexandridou and X. Charalambidou (eds.), Regional Stories Towards a New Perception of the Early Greek World, University of Volos.
15. Margaritis, E. forthcoming-a., Cultivations, agricultural practices and the everyday at Neopalatial Mochlos, The Mochlos Publication Series, Volume IV, edited by J.S. Soles and C. Davaras, Mochlos Period III: The House of the Metal Merchant and other Houses in the Neopalatial Settlement, Part A, Instap Academic Press.
16. Margaritis, E. forthcoming-b., The archaeobotanical remains, in Betancourt, P.P., The site of Pefka in East Crete, Instap Academic Press.
17. Margaritis, E. forthcoming-c., The plant remains from Alepotrypa: use, discard and structured deposition in Parkinson, W., Galaty M., Karakanas, P. Papathanasiou, A. (eds.), The new excavations at Alepotrypa Cave, Oxbow.
18. Toumpouri, M., in press, Barlaam and Ioasaph, in V. Tsamakda (ed.) The Companion to Byzantine Illustrated Manuscripts, Brill.
19. Toumpouri, M., in press, John of Damascus and the Defense of Icon Veneration, in F. Curtea and A. Holt (eds), Great Events in Religion: An Encyclopedia of Pivotal Events in Religious History (3 vols), Clio.
20. Toumpouri, M., in press, L’illustration du Roman de Barlaam et Joasaph reconsidérée: le cas de l’Athos, Monè Ibèron, 463 in M. Meyer and C. Cordoni (eds), Barlaam und Josaphat. Neue Perspektiven auf ein europäisches Phänomen, De Gruyter, (peer-reviewed).
21. Toumpouri, M., in press, Noble and princely book ownership in Lusignan Cyprus. Reconsidering artistic patronage in M. Olympios and A. Beihammer (eds), Exploring 15th-Century Cyprus.

2016

1. Artopoulos, G. and Bakirtzis, N. 2016, Post-Digital Approaches to Mapping Memory, Heritage and Identity in the City in Glenda Caldwell (ed.), Digital Futures and the City of Today (UK: Intellect Books), (peer-reviewed).
2. Artopoulos, G. and Pissourios, J. 2016, Emergent Densities in Cypriot Urban-scape,' in Housing Futures, Rachel Isaac-Menard and Graham Cairns (eds.) Oxford,: Libri Publishing, , 81-92; 139-148. ISBN: 978-0-9933706-0-1.
3. Lorentz, K.O., 2016., The human remains, in Karageorghis, V. & Raptou, E. (eds.), Necropoleis at Palaepaphos-Skales from the Cypro-Geometric Period, 137-145. Nicosia.
4. Margaritis, E. 2016, Producing for the market in Hellenistic rural landscapes, in Beyond Self-Sufficiency: Markets, Households and City-States in the Ancient Greek World, in E.M. Harris, D.M., Lewis and M. Woolmer (eds.), Cambridge University Press, (peer reviewed).

2015

1. Artopoulos, G. and Economou Architects and Engineers, 2015, Urban Parks and the Sustainable Development of the City, in G. Panetsos (ed.), DOMES International Review of Architecture 2015: Greek Architects Yearbook (Athens) 2015. ISSN: 2241-3006, (peer- reviewed).
2. Karageorghis, V., 2015, Cultic Vases in Lebanon and Cyprus during the Late Bronze Age, in Cl. Doumet-Serhal and A. M. Maila-Afeiche (eds) Cult and ritual on the Levantine coast and its impact on the Eastern Mediterranean realm. Proceedings of the International Symposium, Beirut 2012 (BAAL Hors Série X), 201-213.
3. Karageorghis, V., and Raptou, E., 2015, Two new Proto-White Painted ware vases of the pictorial style from Palaepaphos, Cyprus’, in Opuscula, Annual of the Swedish Institutes at Athens and Rome, 82-98.
4. Margaritis, E., 2015, Macedonian estates under the microscope: agriculture, production and domestic activities in rural Hellenistic Greece, in D.C. Haggis and C.M. Antonaccio (ed.) Classical Archaeology in context. Theory and Practice in excavation in the Greek World. New York: Walter de Gruyter, 333-354.
5. Niccolucci, F., Hermon, S., Doerr, M., 2015, The Formal Logical Foundations of Archaeological Ontologies, in J. A. Barceló and I. Bogdanovic (eds.) Mathematics in Archaeology, Science Publishers (an imprint of CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group), 86-99.
6. Niccolucci, F., Hermon, S., 2015, Time-spans, chronology and classification, in J. A. Barceló and I. Bogdanovic (eds.) Mathematics in Archaeology, Science Publishers (an imprint of CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group), 257-271.
7. Rizopoulou - Egoumenidou, E., 2015, Viticulture and the traditional Wine-presses of Omodhos, in Pavlos F. Ioannides (ed.) Omodhos: Place – People - History, Nicosia, 253-266.
8. Toumpouri, M., 2015, Vies à lire, Vies à voir. À propos des rédactions iconographiques byzantines des Vies des saints, in T. Legrand and J.-M. Husser, Mélanges offertes à François Boespflug à l’occasion de son soixante-dixième anniversaire, PUS, Strasbourg, 100-122.

2014

1. Karageorghis, V. and Kanta, A., 2014, Kypriaka in Crete. From the Bronze Age to the end of the Archaic period, Nicosia.
2. Karageorghis, V. and Raptou, E., 2014, Necropoleis at Palaepaphos from the end of the Late Bronze Age to the Cypro-Archaic period, Nicosia.
3. Karageorghis, V., and Kanta, A., 2014, Pyla-Kokkinokremos. A late 13th century BC fortified settlement in Cyprus. Excavation 2010-2011, (SIMA CXLI) Uppsala.
4. Karageorghis, V., 2014, Cypriote Iron Age vase of the pictorial style in Berlin, in V. Karageorghis, E. Poyiadji-Richter and S. Rogge (eds), Cypriote antiquities Berlin in the focus of new research. Conference in Berlin, 8 May 2013. Waxmann, Münster, New York (Schrifter des Instituts für Interdisziplinäre Zypern Studien, vol. 10), 87-102.
5. Lorentz, K.O., 2014, Human remains from Palaepaphos Tombs 135, 142-146, 148 and 186, in Karageorghis, V. and Raptou, E. (eds) Necropoleis at Palaepaphos from the end of the Late Bronze Age to the Cypro-Archaic Period, 143-162. Nicosia: The Cyprus Institute.
6. Margaritis, E., 2014, The olive remains, in Vogeikoff-Brogan, N. (ed.), Mochlos IIΙ, The Late Hellenistic Beam Press Complex, INSTAP Academic Press, 121-122.
7. Margaritis, E., 2014, Acts of destruction and acts of preservation: plants in the ritual landscape of Prehistoric Greece, in G. Touchais, R. Laffineur, F. Rougemont, H. Procopiou, S. Andreou (eds.), Physis. L’environnement naturel et la relation homme-milieu dans le monde égéen protohistorique. Actes de la 14e Rencontre Égéenne Internationale, Paris, Institut National d’Histoire de l’Art, 11-14 Décembre 2012, Aegaeum 37, 279-286.
8. Margaritis, E., Demakopoulou, K. & Schallin, A.L., 2014, The archaeobotanical samples from Midea: agricultural choices in the Mycenaean Argolid, in G. Touchais, R. Laffineur, F. Rougemont, H. Procopiou, S. Andreou (eds.), Physis. L’environnement naturel et la relation homme-milieu dans le monde égéen protohistorique. Actes de la 14e Rencontre Égéenne Internationale, Paris, Institut National d’Histoire de l’Art, 11-14 Décembre 2012, Aegaeum 37, 271-278.
9. Philippa-Touchais, A., G. Touchais, G.O. Decavallas, A. Gardeisen, M. Ghilardi, E. Margaritis, S. Triantafyllou & E. Tsiolaki, 2014, Environnement, alimentation, hygiène et mode de vie dans la Grèce mésohelladique : le cas de l’Aspis d’Argos, in G. Touchais, R. Laffineur, F. Rougemont, H. Procopiou, S. Andreou (eds.), Physis. L’environnement naturel et la relation homme-milieu dans le monde égéen protohistorique. Actes de la 14e Rencontre Égéenne Internationale, Paris, Institut National d’Histoire de l’Art, 11-14 Décembre 2012, Aegaeum 37, 531-538.

2013

1. Brogan, T., Sofianou, C., Morrison, J., Mylona, D. and Margaritis, E., 2013, Living off the fruits of the sea: new evidence for dining at Papadiokampos, Crete, in Voutsaki, S. and Valamoti, T. (eds.), Diet, economy and society in the ancient world. Towards a better integration of archaeology and science, Pharos Supplement 1, Peeters, 123-132, (peer-reviewed).
2. Karageorghis, V., and Georgiou, G., 2013, A Cypro-Archaic Tomb at Xylotymbou and three Cypro-Classical Tombs at Phlassou: from Exuberance to Recession. (SIMA CXL), Uppsala.
3. Margaritis, E. 2013a, Agricultural practices and the production of food in Macedonia from the Neolithic to the Hellenistic period: information from the archaeobotanical record, in Προ-ιστορήματα (ISSN 2241-2921), http://proistoria.wordpress.com, 1-10, E-book.
4. Μargaritis, E., 2013b, Arboriculture in the dawn of the Bronze Age in Crete, in P.P. Betancourt (ed.) Aphrodite's Kephali: An Early Minoan I Defensive Site in Eastern Crete, Philadelphia: INSTAP Academic Press, 111-114, (peer reviewed)
5. Μargaritis, E., 2013c, Archaeobotanical Analysis: Seed assemblage from the refuse pit Fo221, in Verdan, S. (ed.), Le Sanctuaire d’Apollon Daphnéphoros à l’époque géométrique, Ecole suisse d’archéologie en Grèce, 267-269.
6. Μargaritis, E., 2013d, Foodstuffs, fruit tree cultivation and occupation patterns at Dhaskalio in Colin Renfrew et al. (eds.), The Sanctuary at Keros and the Origins of Aegean Cult Practice: Excavations at Dhaskalio and Dhaskalio Kavos, Keros 2006 – 2008, Vol. I. McDonald Institute Series, Cambridge, 389-404, (peer reviewed)

2012

1. Artopoulos, G., 2012, Experimental design work in Bua, M., and Goldfarb, M. (eds), Architectural Inventions, 92, 321.
2. Bakirtzis, N., 2012, Between the Mountain and the Lake; Tower, Folklore and Monastery at Agios Vasileios near Thessalonike, in Johnson, M., Ousterhout, R., and Papalexandrou, A. (eds), Approaches to Byzantine Architecture and its Decoration: Studies in Honor of Slobodan Ćurčić, Ashgate, Surrey, 165-186, (peer-reviewed).
3. Bakirtzis, N., 2012, Η Θεσσαλονίκη και τα τείχη της: Πτυχές μιας διαχρονικής σχέσης (Thessaloniki and its Walls: Aspects of a Continuous Relationship), in D. Pilides and E. Alphas (eds), Fortified Cities; Past, Present and Future, Bank of Cyprus Cultural Foundation, Nicosia, 79-103.
4. Bakirtzis, N., 2012, Τα τείχη των Βυζαντινών πόλεων. Αισθητική, ιδεολογία και συμβολισμοί (The Fortifications of Byzantine Cities: Aesthetics, Ideology and Symbolisms), in T. Kiousopoulou (ed.), Byzantine Cities (8th-15th centuries): Research Perspectives and Interprative Approaches, Publications of the School of Philosophy- Dept. of History and Archaeology, University of Crete, Rethymnon, 139-158.
5. Helwing, B., Lorentz, K.O. and Seyedin, M., 2012, The dead in 5th millennium BC Darre-ye Bolaghi: First evidence on Bakun-period burial rites from Southern Iran, in Fahimi, H. and Alizadeh, K. (eds.) Namvarnameh: Papers in Honour of Massoud Azarnoush. Tehran, IranNegar.
6. Hermon, S., 2012, Scientific Method, Chaîne Opératoire and Visualization - 3D Modelling as a Research Tool in Archaeology, in Beacham, R., Denard, H. (eds), Paradata and Transparency in Virtual Heritage, Ashgate, London, 13 – 22, (peer-reviewed).
7. Karageorghis, V. and Violaris Y., 2012, Late Bronze Age tombs in the Limassol Area, Cyprus (17th -13th centuries BC), Nicosia.
8. Karageorghis, V., 2012, Cipro tra Oriente e Occideste: introduzione archeologica – Cyprus between the Orient and the Occident: an archaeological introduction, in L. Godart (ed.) Cipro, Isola di Afrodite. Rome, 21-57.
9. Karageorghis, V., 2012, Notes on music and dance in Cyprus: the archaeological record from the Late Bronze Age to the Cypro-Archaic period, in N. Chr. Stampolidis, A. Kanta and A. Giannikouri (eds.), Athanasia. The earthly, the celestial and the underworld in the Mediterranean from the Late Bronze Age to the Early Iron Age (International Conference, Rhodes 2009), Heraclion, 17-28.
10. Karageorghis, V., and Coldstream, N., 2012, The study of Crete and Cyprus to date, in G. Cadogan, M. Iacovou, K. Kopaka and J. Whitley, Paralleled Lives. Ancient Island Societies in Crete and Cyprus. Papers arising from the Conference organized by the British School at Athens, the University of Crete and the University of Cyprus, in November-December 2006. British School at Athens Studies 20, 7-15.
11. Lorentz, K.O., 2012, Human remains from LBA tombs and other mortuary features in Limassol District: Enaerios LM 1328, Kandou T.6, and Limassol T.322, T.323 and T.324, in Karageorghis, V., and Violaris, Y. (eds), Tombs of the Late Bronze Age Tombs from in the Limassol Area, Cyprus (17th-13thcenturies BC), Municipality of Limassol, Entipis, Nicosia, 49-69.
12. Rizopoulou - Egoumenidou, E., 2012, Nicosia under Ottoman Rule 1570-1878. Part II: The town, the people and aspects of material life, in D. Michaelides (ed.), Historic Nicosia (University of Cyprus), Nicosia, 267-323.
13. Rizopoulou - Egoumenidou, E., and Damdelen, A., 2012, Turkish Cypriot dress The Aziz Damdelen Collection (Ministry of Education and Culture – Cultural Services, Nicosia.
14. Solomidou-Ieronymidou, M., Daune-Lebrun, O., and Bakirtzis, N., 2012, Choirokoitia Management Plan: Prehistory, Archaeology and the Environment, Nicosia.


Publications in Conference Proceedings:

In press and Forthcoming

1. Artopoulos, G., ‘Simulating Bodily Movement as an Agent for the Reactivation of Forgotten Open Air Spaces in the City,’ in ICiTy | Enhancing places through technology, Proceedings of the International Conference held at the University of Malta, and coorganised by the University of Malta, the Malta Environment and Planning Authority, the Valletta 2018 Foundation, the Malta Communications Authority and studjurban (2016).
2. Artopoulos, G., in press, Prototype Spatial Models of Interaction, Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Design Principles and Practices, University of California, Los Angeles.
3. Bakirtzis, N., and Georgiou, R., in press, Light on El Greco from a technological perspective: The Baptism of Christ and the View of Mount Sinai at the Historical Museum of Crete in Heraklion, El Greco: The Cretan Years, Proceedings of the International Conference held at the Historical Museum of Crete in Heraklion, 21-23 June, 2014.
4. Camera, C., Djuma, H., Zoumides, C., Eliades, M., Bruggeman, A., Abate, D., Faka, M., Hermon, S. Monitoring soil erosion in terraced catchments in Mediterranean regions: a field experiment in Cyprus. Geophysical Research Abstracts Vol. 18, EGU2016-627, 2016. (peer-reviewed).
5. Djuma, H., Camera, C., Faka, M., Bruggeman, A., Hermon, S. Assessment of dry-stone terrace wall degradation with a 3D approach. Geophysical Research Abstracts Vol. 18, EGU2016-804, 2016, (peer-reviewed).
6. Damnjanovic U., Vassallo V., Hermon, S., in press, Integration of multimedia collections and tools for interaction with digital content. The case study of the Archaia Kypriaki Grammateia Digital Corpus. Proceedings of the EAGLE 2016 Conference. 27-29 January 2016, (peer-reviewed).
7. Georgiou, M., Armostis, S., Hermon, S., Christophorou, E. and Vassallo, V., in press, A multi-layered research on an ancient Cypriot inscription, in S. Orlandi, R. Santucci, V. Casarosa and P. M. Liuzzo (eds.), Information Technologies for Epigraphy and Cultural Heritage, Proceedings of the First EAGLE International Conference, Sapienza University Editrice, (peer-reviewed).
8. Rizopoulou - Egoumenidou, E., “Wine culture in Cyprus: 4000 years of tradition”, in Margaritis, E., Jones, M. and Renfrew, J. (eds.) submitted. Wine Confessions: production, trade and social significance of wine in ancient Greece and Cyprus (peer-reviewed).
9. Toumpouri, M., forthcoming, “Les manuscrits enluminés des membres des élites chypriotes (XIIIe-XVe siècle). Une rencontre entre deux mondes chrétiens?”, in I. Ortega and A.-M. Chevalier (eds.), Proceedings of the International Conference “Élites chrétiennes et formes du pouvoir en Méditerranée centrale et orientale (XIIIe-XVe siècle)”.
10. Toumpouri, M., forthcoming, “Noble and princely book ownership in Lusignan Cyprus. Reconsidering artistic patronage” in M. Olympios and A. Beihammer (eds.), Exploring 15th-Century Cyprus.
11. Vassallo V., Forthcoming, The archaeological collection of Ayia Irini (Cyprus). A 3D digital approach to analyse and reinterpret a 20th century study. Proceedings of the PoCA2015 Conference, 25-27 November 2015, Turin, Italy.


2016

1. Vassallo V., Christophorou E., Hermon S., Vico L., Iannone G., A 3D visual and geometrical approach to epigraphic research; the Soli (Cyprus) inscription as a case study. Proceedings of the 43rd Annual Conference on Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology. Stefano Campana, Roberto Scopigno, Gabriella Carpentiero and Marianna Cirillo (eds.), Archeopress. ISBN 9781784913373, pp.95-102, (peer-reviewed).
2. Vassallo V., A 3D digital approach to study, analyse and (re)interpret Cultural Heritage: the case study of Ayia Irini (Cyprus and Sweden). Proceedings of the 43rd Annual Conference on Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology. Stefano Campana, Roberto Scopigno, Gabriella Carpentiero and Marianna Cirillo (eds.), Archeopress. ISBN 9781784913373,227-232, (peer-reviewed).
3. Vassallo V., Ronzino P., Damnjanovic U., Hermon S., Un processo aperto di comunicazione della conoscenza. (2016). Proceedings of ARCHEOFOSS. Free, Libre and Open Source Software e Open Format nei processi di ricerca archeologica. VIII Edizione, 18-19 June 2013, Catania. F. Stanco and G. Gallo (eds.). Archeopress. ISBN 978 1 78491 259 8,91-100, (peer-reviewed).

2015

1. Artopoulos, G., Bakirtzis, N. and Hermon, S., 'Spatially-Organized Virtual Narratives of Contested Urban Space: Digital Methods of Mapping the Spatial Experience of Shared Heritage,' (2015) in Maragiannis, A. (ed.), Final Paper /Proceedings of the Digital Research in the Humanities and Arts Conference, DRHA2014, London, pp. 33-40, (ISBN 978-1-326-38858-4).
2. Hermon, S., Niccolucci, F., 2015, 3D Archaeology: research methodology and applicability aspects - some preliminary thoughts, in D. Y. Hook (ed.) Virtual Archaeology, Proceedings of the Second International Conference, Saint Petersburg, The State Hermitage Museum, 25-37.
3. Karnava, A, Kolia, A. and Margaritis E., 2015, A Classical/Hellenistic Oil Pressing Installation in Foti-Vroskopos, Keos, in A. Diler, K. Senol and U. Aydinoğlu (eds.), Olive Oil And Wine Production In Eastern Mediterranean During Antiquity, Ismir, 107-124.
4. Rizopoulou - Egoumenidou, E., 2015, Gypsum skylight panels and Souvantzes (shelves) in traditional houses in Cyprus. Decorative patterns, symbolisms and influences, in Sofia Chantaka (ed.), Proceedings of the Conference “Folk Art: New Finds - New Interpretations”, in Honour of Popi Zora, Athens, 2-5 November 2006, Benaki Museum Athens, 143-157.
5. Toumpouri, M., 2015, L’illustration du Roman de Barlaam et Joasaph reconsidérée: le cas de l’Athos, Monè Ibèron, 463” in M. Meyer and C. Cordoni (eds.), Barlaam und Josaphat. Neue Perspektiven auf ein europäisches Phänomen, De Gruyter, 389-416.

2014

1. Artopoulos, G. and Bakirtzis, N., 2014, Virtual Narratives For Complex Urban Realities: historic Nicosia as Museum, in Electronic Media and Visual Arts (EVA) Proceedings, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, the Fraunhofer IGD and EVA Conferences International, Berlin, Germany, 190-99.
2. Gamble, M. and Lorentz, K.O., 2014, A Preliminary Look at the Health Status of Chalcolithic Populations: Inferences from Linear Enamel Hypoplasias, in Michaelides, D. (ed.) Medicine and Healing in the Ancient Mediterranean World: Proceedings of the International Conference on Medicine and Healing in the Ancient Mediterranean World, and of the 1st International CAPP Symposium ‘New Approaches to Archaeological Human Remains In Cyprus’, 265-273. Oxford, Oxbow.
3. Georgiou, M., Armostis, S., Hermon, S., Christophorou, E., and Vassallo, V., 2014, A multi-layered research on an ancient Cypriot inscription, in Information Technologies for Epigraphy and Cultural Heritage, Proceedings of the First EAGLE International Conference, S. Orlandi, R. Santucci, V. Casarosa, P. M. Liuzzo (eds.), Sapienza University Editrice, 465-475, (peer-reviewed).
4. Hermon, S., Iannone, G. and Amico, N., 2014, A Three-Dimensional Approach to the Documentation and Analysis of Heritage Sites – a Case Study from the Cypriot Cultural Heritage Landscape, in Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Best Practices in World Heritage: Archaeology, Menorca, Spain, 27-37, (peer reviewed).
5. Liuzzo, P., Rivero Ruiz, E., and Vassallo, V., 2014, Networking Eagle with CIDOC & TEI, Proceedings of the CIDOC 2014 Conference “Access and Understanding – Networking in the Digital Era”, 9-11 September 2014, Dresden, Germany.
6. Lorentz, K.O., 2014, Ante Mortem Tooth Loss in Chalcolithic Populations of Cyprus: Comparisons between Cemetery and Settlement, in Michaelides, D. (ed.), Medicine and Healing in the Ancient Mediterranean World: Proceedings of the International Conference on Medicine and Healing in the Ancient Mediterranean World, and of the 1st International CAPP Symposium ‘New Approaches to Archaeological Human Remains In Cyprus’, 252-264. Oxford, Oxbow.
7. Lorentz, K.O., 2014, Introduction to the Cyprus Ancient Population Project (CAPP) and the first CAPP Symposium, in Michaelides, D. (ed.), Medicine and Healing in the Ancient Mediterranean World: Proceedings of the International Conference on Medicine and Healing in the Ancient Mediterranean World, and of the 1st International CAPP Symposium ‘New Approaches to Archaeological Human Remains In Cyprus’, 234-239. Oxford, Oxbow.
8. Rizopoulou - Egoumenidou, E., 2014, The Hammams of Nicosia, Cyprus” in Marie-Franҫoise Boussac, Sylvie Denoix, Thibaud Fournet and Bérangère Redon (ed.), 25 siècles de bain collectif en Orient, Proche-Orient, Égypte et peninsule Arabique, Βαλανεία - Thermes- Hammams Actes du 3e colloque Balnéorient, organisé par l’Institut Français du Proche-Orient, la Direction Générale des Antiquités et des Musées de Syrie,Damas – Syrie/2-6 nov.2009,(Institut Français d’archéologie orientale – Études urbaines 9.1 – Le Caire, 2014), 107-121.


2013

1. Athanasiou, E., Faka, M., Hermon, S., Vassallo, V. and Yakoupi, K., 2013, 3D documentation pipeline of Cultural Heritage artifacts: a cross-disciplinary implementation, in A. Addison, G. Guidi, L. De Luca and S. Pescarin (eds) Digital Heritage International Congress, Marseille, IEEE, Vol. I, 145-152, (peer-reviewed).
2. Damnjanovic, U., Hermon S. and Iannone, G., 2013, Documentation of decision-making process in the analysis of digital heritage objects, in A. Addison, G. Guidi, L. De Luca and S. Pescarin (eds.) Digital Heritage International Congress, Marseille, IEEE, Vol. I, 743-746, (peer-reviewed).
3. Damnjanovic, U., Hermon, S., Deutscher, T., Roitman, A., and Scheffer, H., 2013, Bringing New Life to Video Narratives for Exploring Cultural Heritage, in P. Nesi, R. Santucci (eds.) Information Technologies for Performing Arts, Media Access, and Entertainment, Springer, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 7990, 1-12.
4. Di Buono, M.P., Hermon, S., Monteleone, M., Ronzino, P.,Vassallo, V., and Hermon, S., 2013, Decision-Making Support Systems for the Archaeological Domain: a Natural Language Processing Proposal, in A. Addison, G. Guidi, L. De Luca and S. Pescarin (eds.) Digital Heritage International Congress, Marseille, IEEE, Vol. II, 397-400, (peer-reviewed).
5. Hermon, S. and Hazan, S., 2013, Rethinking the Virtual Museum, in A. Addison, G. Guidi, L. De Luca and S. Pescarin (eds.) Digital Heritage International Congress, Marseille, IEEE, Vol. II, 625-632, (peer-reviewed).
6. Hermon, S. and Hazan, S., 2013, The Responsive Museum, in Beyond Control – The Collaborative Museum and its Challenges. International Conference on Design and Digital Heritage, NODEM2013 Stockholm, Interactive Institute Swedish ICT, Stockholm, 183-193.
7. Hermon, S., Khalaily, H., Avni, G., Reem, A., Iannone, G. and Faka, M., 2013, Digitizing the Holy – 3D Documentation and analysis of the architectural history of the “Room of the Last Supper” – the Cenacle in Jerusalem, in A. Addison, G. Guidi, L. De Luca and S. Pescarin (eds.) Digital Heritage International Congress, Marseille, IEEE, Vol. II, 359-362,(peer-reviewed).
8. Hermon, S., Niccolucci, F., Yakoupi, K., Kolosova, A., Iannone, G., Faka, M., Kyriacou P., and Niccolucci, F., 2013, Documenting Architectonic Heritage in Conflict Areas. The case of Agia Marina Church, Derynia, Cyprus, in R. Gabaglio, D. Gulotta (eds.), Heritage 2013 - Monitoring Conservation and Management, Milano, 800-808.
9. Kolosova, A. and Hermon, S., 2013, Metadata Enhanced 3D Content Search for Real-Time Visualization of 3D Digital Assets, in A. Addison, G. Guidi, L. De Luca and S. Pescarin (eds.) Digital Heritage International Congress, Marseille, IEEE, Vol. II, 173-176 (peer reviewed).
10. Niccolucci, F. and Hermon, S., 2013, 3D in archaeology: 15 years of research-the role of EU projects, in V. Cappellini (ed.), Electronic Imaging & the Visual Arts, Florence, 2013, 48-52.
11. Vassallo, V., Athanasiou, E., Hermon, S. and Eliades, I., 2013, Publishing Cultural Heritage content for Digital Libraries: the case of the collections of the Byzantine Museum and Art Gallery of the Archbishop Makarios III Foundation, in A. Addison, G. Guidi, L. De Luca and S. Pescarin (eds.) Digital Heritage International Congress, Marseille, IEEE, Vol. II, 479-484 (peer-reviewed).
12. Vassallo, V., Christophorou, E., Hermon, S. and Niccolucci, F., 2013, Revealing cross-disciplinary information through formal knowledge representation – a proposed Metadata for ancient Cypriot inscriptions, in A. Addison, G. Guidi, L. De Luca and S. Pescarin (eds.) Digital Heritage International Congress, Marseille, IEEE, Vol. II, 79-82,(peer-reviewed).
13. Vassallo, V., Kyriakou, N., Hermon, S. and Eliades, I., 2013, Tracing provenance of lost and found Cypriot Byzantine icons, in A. Addison, G. Guidi, L. De Luca and S. Pescarin (eds) Digital Heritage International Congress, Marseille, IEEE, Vol. I, 667-670, (peer- reviewed).
14. Vico L., and Vassallo V., 2013, Methodologies and techniques for the reconstruction of ancient architectures, In "Fusion of Culture", Proceedings of the 38th Annual Conference on Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA 2010) Granada, Spain, April 2010, F. Contreras, M. Farjas, F.J. Melero, (eds), BAR International Series 2494, 2013. pp. 353-358, ISBN: 978-1-4073-1108-1, (peer-reviewed).

2012

1. Anastasiades, K., Hermon, S., Amico, N., Iannone, G., Nys, K. Post-Excavation Analysis in Archaeology Using 3D-Technology: the Case Study of Hala Sultan Tekke, in G. Earl, T. Sly, A. Chrysanthi, P. Murrieta-Flores, C. Papadopoulos, I. Romanowska, D. Wheatley (Eds.) Archaeology in the Digital Era Volume II, e-Papers from the 40th Conference on Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology, Amsterdam University Press, 181-189.
2. Anastasiou, E., Lorentz, K.O., Stein, J.G., Mitchell, P.D., 2012, Early evidence for parasitic worms in humans: Schistosomiasis on the Euphrates during the Chalcolithic. Podium presentation at the BANEA conference 2012.
3. Damnjanovic, U., Hermon, S. Interactive Workspace for Exploring Heterogeneous Data, in G. Earl, T. Sly, A. Chrysanthi, P. Murrieta-Flores, C. Papadopoulos, I. Romanowska, D. Wheatley (Eds.) Archaeology in the Digital Era Volume II, e-Papers from the 40th Conference on Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology, Amsterdam University Press, 110-119.
4. Gamble, M. and Lorentz, K.O., 2012, A Preliminary Look at the Health Status of Chalcolithic Populations: Inferences from Linear Enamel Hypoplasias, in Michaelides, D. (ed.) Medicine in the Ancient Mediterranean World, Oxbow, London, TBC.
5. Hermon S., Vassallo, V., 2012, Preventive Archaeology: towards a technological integrated solution. Zhou, Mingquan, Iza Romanowska, Zhongke Wu, Pengfei Xu and Philip Verhagen (eds.), Revive the Past, Proceedings of the 39th International Conference. Beijing, 12-16 April 2011. Pallas Publications, Amsterdam (ISBN 978 90 8555 066 2), (peer-reviewed).
6. Hermon, S., Amico, N., Iannone, G., Khalayli, M., Milewski, I. and Getzov, N., 2012, Archaeological field documentation and architectonic analysis - a 3D approach. Ein Zippori as study case, in D. Arnold, J. Kaminski, F. Niccolucci, and A. Stork (eds), The 13th International Symposium on Virtual Reality, Archaeology and Cultural Heritage VAST (2012), The Eurographics Association, pp. 113-119.
7. Lorentz, K.O., 2012, Ante Mortem Tooth Loss in Chalcolithic Populations of Cyprus: Comparisons between Cemetery and Settlement, in Michaelides, D. (ed.), Medicine in the Ancient Mediterranean World, Oxbow, London, TBC.
8. Lorentz, K.O., 2012, Introduction to the Cyprus Ancient Population Project (CAPP) and the first CAPP Symposium, in Michaelides, D. (ed.) Medicine in the Ancient Mediterranean World, Oxbow, London, TBC.
9. Pitzalis, D., Christophorou, E., Kyriacou, N., Georgiadou, A. and Niccolucci, F., 2012, Building scholar e-communities using a semantically aware framework: Archaia Kypriaki Grammateia, in D. Arnold, J. Kaminski, F. Niccolucci, and A. Stork (eds), The 13th International Symposium on Virtual Reality, Archaeology and Cultural Heritage VAST, 89-95.
10. Rizopoulou - Egoumenidou, E., 2012, Time for producing and consuming food in traditional Cypriot society. Changing eating habits in the course of the twentieth century”, in P. Lysaght (ed.), Time for Food: Everyday Food and Changing Meal Habits in a Global Perspective. Proceedings of the 18th Conference of the International Commission for Ethnological Food Research, Abo Akademi University, Turku, Finland, 18-21 August 2010 (Abo Akademi University Press, Abo, Finland, 2012), 197-211.
11. Ronzino, P., Hermon, S., Niccolucci, F., 2012, A Metadata Schema for Cultural Heritage Documentation, in V., CApellini (ed.), Electronic Imaging & the Visual Arts: EVA 2012 Florence, Firenze University Press, 36- 41, (peer-reviewed).
12. Ronzino, P., Vassallo, V., Hermon, S., Niccolucci, F., 2012, The metadata is the message': communicate knowledge through metadata, Proceedings of CAA2012, Southampton, UK. https://www.ocs.soton.ac.uk/index.php/CAA/2012/paper/view/649.
13. Vassallo, V., and Piccininno, M., 2012, Aggregating Content for Europeana: A Workflow to Support Content Providers, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2012, Volume 7489, Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries, 445-454.
14. Vassallo, V., and Pitzalis, D., 2012, La libreria digitale di Cipro, in ARCHEOFOSS. Open Source, Free Software e Open Format nei processi di ricerca archeologica. Atti del VI Workshop (Napoli, 9-10 giugno 2011), F. Cantone (ed.) Quaderni del Centro Studi Magna Grecia 13, Collana del Centro Interdipartimentale di Studi sulla Magna Grecia dell'Università degli Studi di Napoli, Federico II. Napoli: Naus.
15. Vico, L., and Vassallo, V., 2012, The scientific method applied to the reconstructive hypothesis, in Proceedings of the 4th Conference “Arquelogica 2.0”, 20-22 June 2012, Sevilla, Spain.

Presentations:

Invited Presentations at Conferences, Symposia and Workshops:

2016

1. Margaritis, E. February 2016. Ritual use of Plants in Prehistoric Greece, Department of Archaeology and Ancient History, University of Nottingham, Invited seminarMargaritis, E. March 2016. What Archaeobotany tell us about textiles? International Workshop on Ancient Textiles, British School at Athens.
2. Margaritis, E. March 2016, Ritual deposition of plants in ancient Greece, Archaeological Research Unit, University of Cyprus.


2015

1. Artopoulos, G., Christofi, P. and Bakirtzis, N., November 2015, Digital Survey, Representation and Management Plan of the Paphos Gate, Nicosia,’ Cultural Heritage: Preserving Memory Symposium, ICOMOS Cyprus, Cultural Foundation of Bank of Cyprus, Nicosia-Cyprus.
2. Margaritis, E. February 2015, Preserved by destruction: the plant remains of the House Tombs of Petras, International Workshop, Danish Institute at Athens.
3. Margaritis, E. March 2015, Hellenistic urban and rural agriculture, University of Brussels, Invited seminar.
4. Margaritis, E. June 2015, Iron Age Agricuture, International Conference, University of Volos.
5. Margaritis, E. September 2015, Beyond the domestic in Archaeic Greece, International Workshop, University of Brussels.
6. Margaritis, E. November 2015, Nature in the ancient Greek World, International Workshop, University of Gottingen.
7. Vassallo, V., October 2015, Data aggregation: state of the art and new perspectives. The case study of the Cyprus’ aggregator, at GLAMs going digital! Multilingualism, Creativity, Reuse, AthenaPlus Final Conference, Rome- Italy.

2014

1. Lorentz, K.O., September 2014, Other than burials: death, bodies, and transformation in prehistoric Cyprus’, Invited Conference Paper for the European Association of Archaeologists 20th Annual Meeting, Istanbul.
2. Lorentz, K.O., November 2014, Bioarchaeology and biomedical science at Tell Zeidan (Raqqa, Syria)’, Invited Paper for the 3rd International Conference on Biomedical Sciences and Methods in Archaeology, Bordeaux, Scientific Committee member.
3. Margaritis, E., November 2014, Management, cultivation and secondary products in the dawn of the Bronze Age in Greece, McDonald Institute, Cambridge.
4. Margaritis, E., February 2014, The Vine and the Olive in the 3rd millennium Aegean, Department of Archaeology and Ancient History, Amsterdam
5. Margaritis, E., May 2014, Burnt plant remains beyond the domestic, Department of Archaeology, Uppsala University.
6. Vassallo, V., November 2014, A virtual bridge between Sweden and Cyprus, at the Digital Communication, Cultural Heritage and Postcolonialism workshop, Gotheborg, Sweden.
7. Vassallo V., December 2014, So far so close. A virtual bridge between Sweden and Cyprus, Lund University Seminars, Lund, Sweden.


2013

1. Bakirtzis, N., and Georgiou, R., March 2013, Workshop Presentation on CyI’s RTI Imaging Center and the Preliminary Results from the Documentation of El Greco Works, Benaki Museum, Athens.
2. Bakirtzis, N., February 2013, The Architecture of Medieval Cultivation, Stuckeman School Lecture Series, Penn State University, State College, U.S.
3. Bakirtzis, N., February 2013, Profile of Paradise: Art, Landscape and Community in Orthodox Monasticism, Wheaton Center for Early Christian Studies Lecture Series, Wheaton College, U.S.
4. Bakirtzis, N., January 2013, Monastic Foundation Patterns in the Eastern Mediterranean, Invited speaker at the Medieval Studies Colloquium Series, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, Urbana, U.S.

2012

1. Amico, N., October 2012, 3D COFORM Workshop on 3D acquisition and elaboration for archaeology, Prato-Italy.
2. Artopoulos, G., June 2012, 13th International Architecture Exhibition (Venice Biennale), organized by Charis Christodoulou and Spyros Spyrou, convened by the University of Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus.
3. Bakirtzis, N., May 2012, Architectural Heritage in Contested Cities; Perceptions of Identity in Nicosia and Rhodes, Invited lecture, Seminar Series of the Program on Planning for Spatial Reconciliation, School of Planning, Architecture and Civil Engineering, Queen’s University, Belfast.
4. Damnjanovic, U, March 2012, Annual Spring Presentation, Interactive workspace for exploring heterogenous data, University of Siegen, Germany.
5. Hermon, S., and Niccolucci, N., October 2012, Remodelling history – technologies and cultural heritage, conference on Methodologies for restoration of mural paintings and architectural remains, Prato province, Prato.
6. Hermon, S., September 2012, An integrated approach to the restoration and conservation of “Adormirea Maicii Domnului” church, Causeni, European Days of Heritage conference, Chisinau, Republic of Moldova.
7. Hermon, S., Niccolucci, F., and Ronzino, P., September 2012, CARARE National Workshop Connecting Archaeology and ARchitecture in Europeana (in the framework of VSMM2012), Milan- Italy.
8. Lorentz, K.O., May 2012, (Re)integrating the biological and the cultural bioarchaeology of a body modification, 8th International Congress on the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East (8ICAANE), Warsaw-Poland..
9. Lorentz, K.O., April 2012, Grasping identity: theoretically informed human bioarchaeology in the Eastern Mediterranean, Embodied Identities in the Prehistoric Eastern Mediterranean: Convergence of Theory and Practice, Nicosia.
10. Lorentz, K.O., August 2012, Bodies Transformed: Negotiations of Identity in Prehistoric Cyprus, European Association of Archaeologists, 18th Annual Meeting, Helsinki, Finland..
11. Lorentz, K.O., October 2012, Transforming Bodies: Integrating archaeological theory and bioarchaeology in investigating identity in prehistoric Cyprus, Invited Conference Paper for the ARCHON (The Dutch National Research School for Archaeology, an inter-Universitary Research Institute), Conference Bones, bodies, persons: Towards a better integration of archaeological theory and bioarchaeology, Groningen..
12. Artopoulos, G., , June 2012, Invited tutor in the workshop for the participation of Cyprus at the 13th International Architecture Exhibition (Venice Biennale), organized by Charis Christodoulou and Spyros Spyrou, convened by the University of Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus.
13. Margaritis, E., March 2012, Classical Farmhouses and cities, Upper House Seminar, British School at Athens.

Oral and Poster Presentations at Conferences, Symposia and Workshops:

 

2016

1. Margaritis, E., Ritual deposition of plants in Prehistoric Greece, International Work Group for Palaethnobotany, Paris 4th-9th July 2016, Paris.
2. Nikita, E., Radini, A. Mahalanobis distances as a means of exploring inter-population differences in entheseal changes. Working Your Fingers to the Bone Conference, Coimbra, Portugal, 6th–8th July 2016.
3. Radini, A., Nikita, E. Multilevel approaches to dietary reconstruction in Anglo-Saxon to Medieval UK. European Association of Archaeologists Annual Meeting, Vilnius, Lithuania, 31st August-3rd September 2016.
4. Nikita, E., Chovalopoulou, M.-E. Regression equations for the estimation of stature and body mass based on modern Greek skeletal remains. 38th annual meeting of the Hellenic Society of Biological Sciences, Kavala, Greece, 26th-28th May 2016.
5. Clémence Pagnoux, Vincent Bonhomme, Laurent Bouby, Sarah Ivorra, Evi Margaratis, Christophe Petit, Soultana Maria Valamoti, Mohammed Ater, Abdelmajid Moukhli, Jean-Frédéric Terral, Olive (Olea europaea L.) domestication and cultivation in Greece from Neolithic to Roman times: evidence from archaeological seeds shape and written sources, International Work Group for Palaethnobotany, Paris 4th-9th July 2016, Paris.

2015

1. Artopoulos, G., Hermon, S. and Bakirtzis, N., April 2015, 3D virtual environments for simulating past urban experiences in pluri-cultural spaces – the Pafos Gate, Nicosia as a case-study,' 43rd Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology “KEEP THE REVOLUTION GOING” Conference (CAA 2015 SIENA) University of Sienna-Italy.
2. Santucci R., Liuzzo P., Casarosa V., Mambrini F., Rocco A., Fasolini D. and Vassallo V., 28 September - 2 October 2015, The Challenges of Epigraphy: From Metadata to Museums and Schools, Digital Heritage 2015, Granada- Spain.
3. Toumpouri, M., June 2015, Les manuscrits enluminés des membres des élites chypriotes (XIIIe-XVe siècle). Une rencontre entre deux mondes chrétiens?”, International Colloquium “Elites chrétiennes et formes du pouvoir en Méditerranée centrale et orientale (XIIIe-XVe siècle)”, Universités de Nîmes et de Montpellier III, Nîmes-Montpellier.
4. Toumpouri, M., November 2015, Expanding horizons: Recent trends in manuscript studies. The case of Cypriot manuscripts, Lecture, Colloquium Studiorum Byzantinorum, University of Cyprus, Nicosia.
5. Toumpouri, M., November 2015, New trends in manuscript studies: future research perspectives on manuscript Torino, Biblioteca Nazionale Universitaria, J.II.9”, International Colloquium “Poetry and Music of the ars subtilior Period (1380-1430): the Codex Turin, BNU J.II.9”, University of Montpellier III, Montpellier.

2014

1. Artopoulos, G., September 2014, ‘Neapolis EcoSmart City,’ in Cities of Tomorrow: The Challenges of Horizon 2020 Conference, Turin- Italy.
2. Toumpouri, M., June 2014, Noble and princely book ownership in Lusignan Cyprus. Reconsidering artistic patronage, International Medieval Congress, University of Leeds, Leeds 7-10 June 2014.

2013

1. Artopoulos, G. and Bakirtzis, N., December 2013, Digital Methodologies of Understanding the Role of Cultural Heritage in the Contemporary Urban Experience, Conference on Scientific Computing 2013 (CSC 2013), organized by PRACE and LinkSCEEM, Cyprus. .
2. Artopoulos, G. and Bakirtzis, N., September 2013, Virtual Environments of Contested Urban Space: the case of the Historic City of Nicosia, research presentation at the LinkSCEEM working group, organized by the Cyprus Institute, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champagne, the Αdvanced Visualization Laboratory of the Νational Center for Supercomputing Applications, US and the Bibliotheca Alexandrina (BA) in Egypt, Cyprus Institute, Nicosia-Cyprus..

2012

1. Amico, N., May 2012, 3D from Images, Digital Cultural Heritage Workshop, (organized within the framework of LinkSCEEM 2 Project), Nicosia- Cyprus.
2. Artopoulos, G. with Iacovou P. and Economou Architects 2012, in 7th Biennale of Young Greek Architects exhibition, Benaki Museum, Athens, Greece.
3. Bakirtzis, N. and O’Neill R., May 2012, Mapping the Medieval: A Spatial Database of Architecture, Digital Cultural Heritage Workshop (organized within the framework of LinkSCEEM 2 Project) Nicosia-Cyprus.
4. Bakirtzis, N. and Georgiou R., September 2012, Developing an Advanced Imaging Center for Cultural Heritage in the Eastern Mediterranean, East meets West on Innovation and Entrepreneurship International Congress, University of Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus.
5. Bakirtzis N., November 2012, Tracing Identity in the Eastern Mediterranean, Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions People 2012 Conference, Nicosia-Cyprus.
6. Bakirtzis N., December 2012, Technology Light on the Relics of the Phaneromeni Church, Invited talk at the Bank of Cyprus Cultural Foundation’s Symposium on the History and Art of the Phaneromeni Church in Nicosia, Nicosia- Cyprus.
7. Bakirtzis, N. and Georgiou R., September 2012, Introduction to Reflectance Tranformation Imaging Technology and Preliminary Results from Pilot Studies in Cyprus, Second LinkSCEEM-2 Workshop in Digital Cultural Heritage, Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Cairo- Egypt.
8. Damnjanovic, U, and Hermon, S., September 2012, Generating Content for Digital Libraries Using an Interactive Content Management System, TPDL2012, Pafos- Cyprus.
9. Damnjanovic, U., May 2012, Rethinking access to digital information, Digital Cultural Heritage Workshop (organized within the framework of LinkSCEEM 2 Project), Nicosia- Cyprus.
10. Damnjanovic, U., and Hermon, S., March 2012, Interactive workspace for exploring heterogeneous data, Computer applications and quantitative methods, CAA2012, Southampton, UK.
11. Georgiou R., May 2012, Introduction to Stereoscopy, Digital Cultural Heritage Workshop, (organized within the framework of LinkSCEEM 2 Project), Nicosia- Cyprus.
12. Hermon, S., Nys, K., Amico, N., Iannone, G., and Anastasidou, K., March 2012, Post-excavation analysis using digital technologies, CAA2012, Southampton-UK.
13. Hermon, S., Amico, N., and Niccolucci, F., March 2012, An archaeologist’s perspective on the use of procedural modelling, CAA2012, Southampton-UK.
14. Hermon, S., and Damnjanovic, U., March 2012, Interactive workspace for exploring heterogeneous data, CAA2012, Southampton-UK.
15. Iannone, G., May 2012, 3D Laser Scanner, Digital Cultural Heritage Workshop, (organized within the framework of LinkSCEEM 2 Project), Nicosia-Cyprus.
16. Iannone, G., April 2012, A Three-Dimensional Approach to the Documentation and Analysis of World Heritage Sites - Case Studies from the Cypriot Cultural Heritage Landscape. In Proc. of the 1st International Conference on Best Practices in World Heritage: Archaeology, Menorca- Spain.
17. Lundberg M., Zuckerman K. and Georgiou. R, May 2012, RTI Imaging, PTM Dome and 360 degree Imaging of Cylindrical Surfaces: exercise and practice, Digital Cultural Heritage Workshop, (organized within the framework of LinkSCEEM 2 Project), Nicosia-Cyprus.
18. Margaritis, E., January 2012, Specialisation and diversity in Hellenistic country side, Re-thinking ancient agriculture conference, Aarhus University, Denmark.
19. Vassallo, V., May 2012, Introduction to Metadata for digital resources (2D/3D), Digital Cultural Heritage Workshop, (organized within the framework of LinkSCEEM 2 Project), Nicosia-Cyprus.
20. Vico, L. and Vassallo, V., June 2012, The scientific method applied to the reconstructive hypothesis, ‘Arqueologica 2.0’, Sevilla-Spain.
21. Margaritis, E., December 2012, The ritual use of plants in ancient Greece, Physis, Aegeum conference, Paris-France.

Invited Public Lectures:
2012

1. Hermon, S., October 2012, Digital technologies for conservation and restoration of museum objects, Israel Museum, Jerusalem.
2. Hermon, S., September 2012, 3D approaches on research, conservation and restoration of museum objects, C2RMF, Musée du Louvre, Paris.
3. Hermon, S., September 2012, Digital technologies for research in conservation and restoration of cultural heritage, Art Museum, Chisinau, European Days of Heritage conference, Chisinau- Republic of Moldova.
4. Damnjanovic, U., March 2012, Interactive framework for digital libraries, Annual Spring Presentations 2012 at the University of Siegen-Germany.
5. Artopoulos, G., June 2012, Challenging the Deterministic Performance of Hybrid Environments, Lecture, The Cyprus Institute, Nicosia-Cyprus.

Scientific and Educational Fora:
Conferences, Conference Sessions or Workshops Organized:
2016

1. Artopoulos, G., January 2016, Organiser of the Housed by Choice, Housed by Force - Homes, Conflicts and Conflicting Interests International Conference, and Chair of sessions, held by the CyI and UCY, with the support of the Architecture_Media Politics Society Journal (U.C.L. Press), Nicosia.

2015

1. Di Giuseppantonio di Franco, P., Galeazzi, F., Vassallo, V., Organisers and chairs of the conference session, "Re-defining authenticity in the age of 3D digital reproductions", EAA 2015, 2-5 September 2015, Glasgow, UK.
2. Vassallo, V. and Hermon S, Organisers of the workshop "Shaping together the Future of Heritage Sciences", 6-9 October 2015, Nicosia, Cyprus. (organised in the framework of AthenaPlus project).
3. Vassallo, V., and Hermon, S., Organisers of the V EAGLE International Event "Use and Re-Use of Digital Cultural Heritage Assets – Interoperability, Repositories and Shared infrastructures", 10-12 March 2015, Nicosia, Cyprus (organised in the framework of EAGLE project).

2014

1. Lorentz, K.O., 3rd International Conference on Biomedical Sciences and Methods in Archaeology, Bordeaux, 6-9 Nov 2014. Scientific Committee member.

2013

1. Artopoulos, G., Co-organiser of the Summer Workshop of the Architects Board of Cyprus 2013, entitled “Ephemeral Structures for Historic Urban Environments” with the support of the Architects Board of Cyprus, the Technical Chamber of Cyprus, the Municipality of Paphos, convened by the University of Cyprus, Frederick University, University of Nicosia and Neapolis University, held at the Neapolis University, Pafos, Cyprus, 2013.
2. Artopoulos, G., Member of the Organizing Committee and Scientific Committee of the Academic Meeting: Architectural Education, convened by Frederick University and the Architects Board of Cyprus, Nicosia, 2013.
3. Hermon, S., Organiser of Workshop on Innovative Approaches for Sharing Cultural Heritage Knowledge at The Cyprus Institute (organised in the framework of CARARE project), 22-25 January, 2013
4. Lorentz, K.O., Science and Technology: Methods, Analysis, and Tools, a conference theme (with over 12 sessions) for the 7th World Archaeological Congress (WAC-7), Dead Sea, Jordan, 14-18 Jan 2013.
5. Vassallo, V. and Ronzino, P., Organisers of the roundtable "New approaches in Digital Libraries" at CAA 20013, 25-28 March 2013, Perth, Australia.

2012

1. Artopoulos, G., Member of the Organizing and Scientific Committee of the participation of Cyprus at the 13th International Architecture Exhibition (Venice Biennale), Italy, 2012.
2. Artopoulos, G., Member of the Organizing Committee and Scientific Committee of the Academic Meeting: Architectural Education, convened by Frederick University and the Architects Board of Cyprus, Nicosia, 2012.
3. Bakirtzis, N., Organizer of a workshop on the Installation and Development of an RTI Imaging Facility at CyI, 17-18 February 2012.
4. Bakirtzis, N., Scientific committee member, Digital Cultural Heritage Workshop, organized within the framework of LinkSCEEM 2 Project, 9-11 May 2012.
5. Hermon, S., From the scientist to the citizen - communicating digital archaeology, CAA2012, Southampton, U.K., 26-30 March 2012.
6. Hermon, S., Organiser of International workshop on Digital Cultural Heritage, organised within the framework of Linksceem2 and V-must projects, The Cyprus Institute, 9-11 May 2012.
7. Hermon, S., Organiser of session on 3D technologies for archaeological research, CAA2012, Southampton, UK, 26-30 March 2012.
8. Lorentz, K.O., and Soltysiak, A., Conference Theme Organizer for Bioarchaeology in the Ancient Near East in the 8th International Congress on the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East (8ICAANE), Warsaw, Poland, 30 April – 4 May 2012.
9. Lorentz, K.O., and Bennet, J., Session Chair for Material Culture and the Body: Deconstructing Identities, of the conference Embodied Identities in the Prehistoric Eastern Mediterranean: Convergence of Theory and Practice, Nicosia, 10-12 April 2012.
10. Lorentz, K.O., Organizer and Session Chair (with Prof. John Robb and Dr Sheila Kohring) for the session Body Categories and Identities, Health, and Society in Ancient Europe, for the European Association of Archaeologists 18th Annual Meeting, Helsinki, Finland, 29 August -1 September 2012.
11. Lorentz, K.O., Session Chair for Iraq, Iran, Syria, at Bioarchaeology in the Ancient Near East in the 8th International Congress on the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East (8ICAANE), Warsaw, Poland, 2 May 2012.
12. Margaritis, E., One day workshop on archaeobotanical remains in honour of Jane Renfrew, Cambridge, November 2012.
13. Ronzino, P. and Hermon, S., Organization of the National CARARE Workshop, The Cyprus Institute, Nicosia, Cyprus, 31 October 2012.
14. Ronzino, P., and Amico, N., Members of the organizing committee for the Workshop on Digital and Cultural heritage: 3D documentation, imaging technologies and knowledge repositories, 09-11 May 2012.

Significant Outreach Events:
2015

1. Artopoulos, G., Interviewed live at Sigma TV “Mεσημέρι και κάτι”, TV interview for a report on the ZERO-PLUS H2020 project and the Peyia NZE settlement, 10/11/2015.
2. Artopoulos, G., Interviewed live at Sports Radio for a report on the ZERO-PLUS H2020 project and the Peyia NZE settlement, 11/11/2015.

2014

1. Lorentz, K.O., Researchers’ Night: Through the Eyes of the Researcher, 28th Nov 2014, Nicosia, Cyprus: human Bioarchaeology booth, exhibits and activities for the public.
2. Lorentz, K.O., The Body: Lived experiences in ancient Cyprus; special exhibition at the Cyprus Museum; invited contributor of human bioarchaeology exhibits, texts, and catalogue entries. Department of Antiquities, Cyprus. 17.05.2014-17.02.2015

2013

1. Hermon, S., Amico, N. and Ronzino, P., Organization of the virtual exhibition “Ancient Cyprus: Cultures in Dialogue”, Musées Royaux d’Art et d’Histoire, Brussels, 30 October 2012 – 17 February 2013.

2012

1. Artopoulos, G., Three-dimensional Real-Time Virtual Environments for Learning, Exploration and Collaboration, Researcher’s Night exhibition organized by EUropean REsearch in CYprus (EURECY) and the Research Promotion Foundation, Nicosia, Cyprus, 2012.
2. Bakirtzis, N., Invited presentation for the “Historic Nicosia’ Book Launch edited by D. Michaelides, Nicosia, Cyprus, 6 November 2012.
3. Bakirtzis, N., Presenter for CyI Activities, Researcher’s Night, Research Promotion Foundation, September 2012.
4. Bakirtzis, N., Environment, Archaeology and Monument: Management Plans for UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Presentation during the celebratory events for the preparation of the Choirokoitia Management Plan and the International Day of Monuments and Sites: World Heritage and Sustainable Development: The Role of Local Communities, Choirokoitia, 18 April 2012.
5. Bakirtzis, N., and Georgiou, R., TV interview for report on the Development of CyI’s New Imaging Facility for Works of Art on the occasion of the Pilot Project with the Bank of Cyprus Cultural Foundation, Report shown on various dates for RIK TV National and Satellite show: “Η Κύπρος κοντά σας”, April 2012.
6. Bakirtzis, N., Εvent: Workshop for the installation and development of the CyI RTI Imaging facility, 18-19 February 2012.
7. Bakirtzis, N., Interview for Sigma TV evening news report, 18 February 2012.
8. Bakirtzis, N., Interviewed live at Sigma TV evening news, 19 February 2012.
9. Bakirtzis, N., Interviewed live at Sigma TV “Mεσημέρι και κάτι”, 20 February 2012.
10. Bakirtzis, N., TV interview for report on the Antikythera Mechanism Exhibition at the Leventis Museum, Report shown on various dates for the RIK TV show “Biz-Εμείs”, March 2012.
11. Bakirtzis, N., Roditou, C. and Georgiou, R., Antikythera Mechanism Exhibition, Leventis Municipal Museum of Nicosia, Nicosia, 14 December, 2011 - 12 February, 2012.
12. Damnjanovic, U., Ask Jacquesy Liptchiz a question. Collaboration with Israeli Museum, publishing of the web site (http://www.imj.org.il/lipchitz/), 1 October 2012.
13. Georgiou, R., Installation and content provider for CyI Activities, Researcher’s Night, Research Promotion Foundation, September 2012.
14. Georgiou, R., Interview - National Center of Supercomputing (NCSA),“Illinois-Cyprus collaboration spans computing, cultural heritage, and more – Capturing Cultural Heritage”, In Access magazine issue, Summer 2012, 8-9.
15. Hermon, S., Fuzzy definitions of time and space, CIDOC summer school, Università degli studi di Firenze, Prato, September 2012.
16. Hermon, S., Representing archaeological knowledge in the digital world, Virtual Archaeology School, CNR, Rome, Italy, June 2012.
17. Hermon, S., Newspaper Interview titled Virtual Museum to bring cultural heritage to life, Cyprus Weekly, 25 May 2012.
18. Hermon, S., Newspaper Interview titled “Κύπρος-Ισραήλ για τον πολιτισμό”, Χαραυγή, 15 March 2012.
19. Hermon, S., Amico, N. and Yakoupi, K., Workshop at the Israeli Ministry of Culture on digitization of cultural heritage museum collections, 14 July 2012.
20. Lorentz, K.O. Outreach presentation on Bioarchaeology of Cyprus for school pupils preparing presentations for a school conference on microbiology at the Lyceum Agiou Georgiou of Lakatamia School, November 2012.
21. Pilides, D., and Hermon, S., Article in Apollo Executive Review titled Virtually there-Cyprus Archaeological Museum goes digital via NEW 3D Technology, Cyprus Airways, April-June 2012.
22. Ronzino, P. and Hermon S., Training Activities for 3D digitization at the elementary school of Pyrga, CARARE, Cyprus, October 2012.

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