Yannis Stoyas (Researcher/Curator, KIKPE Numismatic Collection) participated with a presentation in the program “Can Byzantium become attractive? The Greek Middle Ages through the eyes of specialists”, which is organized by the Institute of Historical Research / National Hellenic Research Foundation. Within this framework, Yannis Stoyas presented to pupils of the second grade of the Junior High School the topic “Monetary system and aspects of economic life in the Byzantine state”.
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The KIKPE Foundation has financially supported the IPEP, in order to reinforce its charitablework.
The KIKPE Foundation has financially supported the Association of Friends of the GennadiusLibrary, in order to fulfil its important work in the field of culture.
The KIKPE Foundation financially supported “To Anthos” – Educational and CulturalAssociation for the realisation of its social work.
Financial support to the School of Philology of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki Facultyof Philosophy for the organisation, together with the Faculty of Languages and Literatures ofLudwig-Maximilians-Universität-Munich, of the 13th Trends in Classics InternationalConference entitled “Intended Ambiguity”. The conference is held in Thessaloniki from 23 upto 26 May 2019.
Within the framework of the XXV Annual Meeting of the International Committee ICOM/ICOMON, which was organised in Athens (3–6 October 2018), a paper under the title “The KIKPE Numismatic Collection: an outline and a temporary exhibition on the spotlight” was presented by Yannis Stoyas. https://icomon-athens.com/
The essay ‘The Thera/1910 hoard: a contribution to the history of Mesa Gonia, Santorini’ by Vasiliki Penna was published posthumously. It consists the third issue of the series Memoranda Numismatica Atheniensia (MNA), a co-publication by the Benaki Museum and KIKPE.
The KIKPE Numismatic Collection participated in the course which was organized by the British School at Athens and took place at the Benaki Museum (with a visit of the participants and a presentation of the Collection).
The essay ‘Monetary portraiture in the northern Black Sea littoral’ by Sergei A. Kovalenko is now out. It consists the second issue of the series Memoranda Numismatica Atheniensia (MNA), a co- publication by the Benaki Museum and the KIKPE foundation.
Yannis Stoyas (Researcher Curator, KIKPE Numismatic Collection) participated in the program “Can Byzantium become attractive? The Greek Middle Ages through the eyes of specialists” (Institute of Historical Research / National Hellenic Research Foundation). Within this framework he presented to pupils of the second grade of the Junior High School the topic “Metals and minting techniques of Byzantine coins”. Link: http://www.arsakeio.gr/gr/ekali/ekali-junior-high-b/events-activities/36355-to-nomisma-sto- byzantio-9