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Bali, Ioanna
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2019-04-18T14:09:29Z
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2019-04-19T00:00:15Z
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2019-04-18
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https://repository.ihu.edu.gr//xmlui/handle/11544/29395
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Archaeology
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Photography
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dc.title
The archaeological photography
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masterThesis
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en
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free
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http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0
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School of Humanities, MA in the Classical Archaeology and the Ancient History of Macedonia
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heal.publicationDate
2019-02-15
heal.abstract
This dissertation was written as part of the MSc History and Archaeology in the Classic Macedonia at the International Hellenic University. The subject of this scholarly thesis is the archaeological photography. Specifically, more than 260 photos will be examined in order to explain the usefulness of photography and its improvement though the years. This scholarly work will be analyzed and presented in 3 chapters. Thus, in the first chapter, the technical parts of a camera will be presented and how it developed though t time. However, due to the fact that the main purpose of this work is the photography through the archaeology not many details will be provided. In the second chapter, which is the main chapter, there will be a presentation of the archaeological photos .In this way, the research will begin from the first excavations in Macedonia in order to see, how they photographed the archaeological finds until the recent years and how it has evolved. Philippis, Dion, Vergina-Aigai, Pella and Amphipolis are the archaeological settlements that will be covered. The choice of those archaeological regions is not random. In fact, each region has its own importance in Macedonia and has contributed to the development of the archaeological research. Moreover, there was the opportunity to examine the photographical archive of Karabournaki, a systematic excavation undertaken by the Aristotle University and the Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki, the most important Museum in Northern Greece. Finally, in my last chapter, reference will be made to the photographic material from the catalogues of exhibitions hosted in other countries. Once again, the choice of the exhibitions is not random. Until now, foreign Museums have hosted many exhibitions, inspirited by Macedonian Art. Five exhibitions will be presented through which one can understand the use of the image and its development in a better manner.
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Tsiafaki, Despina
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Akamatis, Nikos
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heal.committeeMemberName
Veleni, Polyxeni
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IHU
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ihu
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