Received Sylff Fellowship in 2019.
Academic supervisor: Nikolaos Giannakopoulos
Academic achievements, social engagement initiatives:
Bachelor (with distinction) in Greek Philology (specialisation in Classical Philology). Internship at the National Hellenic Research Foundation. Participation in 3 conferences. Tutoring activites for High School students. Voluntary work on projects and events organised by the University of Athens.
Georgios Athanasiadis has studied ancient greek and latin language and literature and he is currently attending a Master's in Ancient History. His research interests focus on the interpretation of ancient Greek and Latin inscriptions, mainly of the imperial period (27 B.C. – 476 A.D.). More specifically, he is interested in issues referring to law history, institutions of ancient cities and identities in antiquity. He is also participating in a research programme of the Faculty of History & Archaeology (NKUA) concerning the digital recording of ancient cities around the Mediterranean Sea.
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