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  • Podcast
    au peintre nous avons discuté avec lui et nous avons reçu l expérience de son contact artistique avec Myrtis Episode 4 Restauration du crâne de Myrtis et analyses ADN OGiorgos Panagiaris professeur de restauration d antiquités et d œuvres d art à l IUT d Athènes parle du procédé de restauration du crâne de Myrtis en décrivant les techniques d intervention suivies pour rendre l objet en état d étude par les différents spécialistes Ensuite Dr Christos Ypitzakis médecin généticien biologiste et odontologue nous informe sur les sujets de biologie moléculaire et de la génétique Il décrit les difficultés qu il a rencontrées quant à l analyse de l ADN des dents des crânes des victimes de la peste d Athènes et la démarche adoptée pour arriver à l identification d un éventuel facteur pathogène à considérer comme cause de cette épidémie meurtrière Episode 3 La peste d Athènes et la restitution du visage de Myrtis Nous avons rencontré Manolis Papagrigorakis professeur associé d orthodontie à l université d Athènes initiateur et coordinateur de la recherche et de l exposition de Myrtis Nous avons discuté avec lui du travail scientifique accompli afin de déterminer la cause de la peste d Athènes de la signification de la restitution du visage et de l idée qui se trouve derrière cette restitution du visage Ensuite Dr Manolis Maravelakis décrit le processus de reproduction d une copie fidèle du crâne antique de Myrtis qui a été réalisée au Laboratoire de conception et de réalisation 3D de l IUT de La Chanée Crète Episode 2 Quelles sont les découvertes de la fouille du Céramique On a demandé à l archéologue Mme Efi Baziotopoulou Valavani de nous exposer la chronique de la découverte au Céramique des trouvailles archéologiques et de leur importance et bien évidemment de

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  • Δελτίο Τύπου «Μύρτις, η σιωπή μετά το φως»
    Ειδικό Λύκειο Ιλίου συνεργάζονται με μαθητές σχολείων Γενικής Εκπαίδευσης όπως το 1ο Γυμνάσιο Γέρακα και το 2ο Λύκειο Παλλήνης σε ένα σύνολο αντιθέσεων αλλά και αρμονίας όπου μέσα από την ανάγκη κατανόησης της διαφορετικότητας αλλά και της μοναδικότητας της ανθρώπινης φύσης ακολουθούν τα ίχνη της Μύρτιδος του 11χρονου κοριτσιού του 5ου αι π Χ του οποίου το πρόσωπο ανέπλασε η ομάδα του επίκουρου καθηγητή Γναθοχειρουργικής κ Μανώλη Παπαγρηγοράκη σε ένα φανταστικό της πέρασμα μέσα στο χρόνο και σε σημαντικές στιγμές της ιστορίας του ανθρώπινου πολιτισμού 5ος αι π Χ Αναγέννηση Αποτέλεσμα μιας σπάνιας έμπνευσης θεατρική πράξη όπου ο λόγος συναντά την κίνηση και το τραγούδι σε μια σκηνική απεικόνιση που θέτει ερωτήματα και δίνει απαντήσεις σχετικά με την υπαρξιακή αβεβαιότητα Οι 4 υπεύθυνες καθηγήτριες των σχολείων με τους συμμετέχοντες καθηγητές Καλλιτεχνικό Γυμνάσιο Λύκειο Γέρακα Φιλιώ Κρεμμύδη Μελίνα Κυζερίδη Ειδικό Γενικό Λύκειο Ιλίου Κρίνα Αναγνωστοπούλου Παναγιώτης Κατσαράς 1ο Γυμνάσιο Γέρακα Βάσια Γερμανού Φώφη Μυτιληναίου και 2ο Λύκειο Παλλήνης Βάσω Γωγούλου καλούν το σκηνοθέτη χορογράφο εικαστικό Τάκη Λουκάτο βραβευμένο με αριστείο από το Υπουργείο Παιδείας και από το Μέγαρο Μουσικής Θεσ νίκης για την παράσταση Μαγεμένος Αυλός πανελλήνιο βραβείο σκηνοθεσίας χορογραφίας 2008 να οδηγήσει τα παιδιά μαζί τους μέσα από τον ονειρικό

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  • Myrtis' journey
    scores of people that lay dead in the streets of the city Myrtis skull was found among the bones of many more men women and children victims of the plague Her skull had been preserved in excellent condition and that was a spur to its remolding so that we could come today face to face with the past Her journey into time started on the 22nd May 2006 when the research work DNA examination of ancient dental pulp incriminates typhoid fever as the possible cause of the Plague of Athens was announced to the academic community in the Great Hall of the University of Athens Since then she is travelling Next destination Stop overs December 14 2013 Archaeological Museum of Karditsa November 11 2012 Archaeological Museum of Ioannina June 24 2012 Archaeological Museum of Delphi January 20 2012 PΙΟP Museum of the Olive and Greek Olive Oil in Sparta October 22 2011 PIOP Archaeological Museum of Volos October 14 2011 PIOP Rooftile and Brickworks Museum N S Tsalapatas June 17 2011 PIOP Museum of Marble Crafts of Tinos March 22 2011 Muzeji i galerije Podgorice Montenegrin January 14 2011 Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki September 13 2010 National Archaeological Museum July 1 2010 Athens International Airport Elefterios Venizelos June 19 2010 International Exhibition EXPO 2010 in China April 15 2010 Goulandris Natural History Museum April 9 2010 New Acropolis Museum September 8 2006 71st International Fair of Thessalonica June 28 2006 Zappeion Megaron May 22 2006 Great Hall University of Athens The study of skeletal material from the ancient cemetery of Kerameikos is part of a bigger research program in the University of Athens for the study of the craniofacial complex into which as an orthodontist I am involved for many years now The eleven year old Myrtis was one of

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  • Muzeji i galerije Podgorice (Montenegrin)
    inostranih poslova Grčke Ioanisu Ikonomou kompaniji Jugopetrol AD Kotor kao i First Financial Bank na njihovom finansijskom doprinosu Emanuel Papadogiorgakis Ambasador Republike Grčke u Crnoj Gori Izražavam veliko zadovoljstvo što je Podgorica novog doba mjesto značajnih internacionalnih susreta kako u kulturi tako i u nauci Grad postaje prepoznatljiv po intezivnoj razmjeni ideja i iskustava znanja umijeća i ličnih doprinosa umjetnika sa raznih izvora stvaralaštva Na malom prostoru uspijevamo da uvežemo kulturne niti cjelokupnog regiona Domaćini smo još jednog takvog susreta susreta koji će ovog puta osvježiti veze sa antičkom kolijevkom Mirtis izložba o djevojčici iz Atine koja odvajkada pobuđuje ineresovanje svjetske javnosti predstavlja značajno civilizacijsko nasljeđe čovječanstva a danas je ovdje pred nama da pred crnogorskom publikom ispriča sagu staru skoro 2 500 godina Izložbena postavka nosi naziv Licem u lice sa prošlošću i zasnovana je na naučnoj rekonstrukciji lica djeteta koje je živjelo u drevnoj Grčkoj u 5 vijeku prije nove ere Epidemija tifusa tokom spartanske opsade Atine je odnijeka mnoge živote ali su ostaci jedanaestogodišnje djevojčice sačuvani od zaborava Arheolozi su nakon njihovog prvog susreta sredinom 90 ih godina prošlog vijeka nazvali okamenjeno tijelo mekim imenom Mirtis Američki galeristi su taj momenat obilježili riječima sudbonosni nastavak zaustavljenog djetinjstva Glasna poruka koja putuje sa izložbom po cijelom svijetu Naučno umjetničkim djelovanjem stručnog tima atinskog univerziteta istražujuću svestrano na polju arheologije medicine antropologije forenzike i kompjuterskog modelovanja oblikovana je Mirtis upravo onako kako je izgledala u vrijeme kada je živjela Izložba je od izuzetnog umjetničkog istoriografskog ali i sociološkog značaja Licem u lice oslikava se doba od prije 2 500 godina podsjeća na to koliko daleko moramo da pogledamo da bismo sagledali i razumijeli sadašnjost ukazuje na probleme u drevnoj Atini i na to koliko se njihova aktuelnost nastavila i u savremenom društvu Rezultat ovog naučnog rada je svojevrsna poruka kojom čudesno lice djevojčice budi savjest čovječanstva i ukazuje na podjelu odgovornosti ka ispunjavanju Milenijumskih ciljeva posebno onih koji se odnose na smanjenje smrtnosti djece i iskorjenjivanje ozbiljnih i pogubnih pošasti Kao ljekar svjestan sam kolika smrtnost vreba iza epidemija nalik ovoj ali nažalost veliki dio čovječanstva uprkos modernoj medicini i usavršenim ljekovima nespremno započinje i vodi bitke sa opakim bolestima Djeca su i nadalje najčešće žrtve zle kobi Najčistije i najjasnije riječi koje bude i pozivaju na medicinsku trezvenost su upravo postavljene na elektronskom portalu izrečene kroz usta malene Mirtis a dio te poruke glasi Moja smrt je bila neizbježna za to vrijeme Nije bilo ni znanja ni načina da se borimo sa bolešću Ali vi narode Dvadeset prvog vijeka posjedujete nauku i resurse i samim tim nemate prava na izgovore Ne dozvolite da strada više niti jedno dijete od bolesti koje su izlječive Dozvolite mi da istaknem da sam počastvovan time što je zahvaljujući inicijativi Ambasade Grčke Podgorica imala privilegiju prvog predstavljanja javnosti djevojčice Mirtis van granica Grčke i to u trenutku obilježavanja 130 godina od uspostavljanja diplomatskih odnosa između Crne Gore i Grčke Međusobno razumijevanje trajno prijateljstvo posvećenost humanim idealima crnogorski i grčki narod potvrdili su u

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  • Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki
    the children who are unfairly lost due to diseases and war In parallel the star of the exhibition is surrounded by objects that once accompanied deceased children who were fortunate to be honored by their beloved as they deserved it We hope that these exhibits we now offer to Myrtis will accompany her during her endless journey In antiquity children and teenagers were frequent victims of the fatal diseases and epidemics as indicated by studies concerning children mortality The death of those who did not have time to enjoy life and love was considered as one of the most tragic events In their graves were often placed children toys and figurines of gods related to childhood such as Eros and Telesphoros the protector of children Common offerings were also vessels depicting children as well as miniature vessels and feeders One of the few sculptures dated to 5th century B C in the Museum of Thessaloniki is a relief funerary pillar It was the sign placed on the grave of a young girl from Thessaloniki during the same era that Athenian Myrtis left life Golden wreaths the beloved jewelry of both men and women often accompanied the deceased during their last journey Young girls and women of the Macedonian aristocracy wore mainly myrtle wreaths Myrtle from which derives the name Myrtis was the sacred plant of Aphrodite and was a symbol of chastity and fertility In Greece even today myrtle is used in adorning the bride Liana Stefani Head of the Exhibitions Department AMTH Euridice Kefalidou Head of the Ceramics Frescoes and Mosaics Department AMTH Angeliki Koukouvou Archaeologist AMTH Eleftheria Akrivopoulou Archaeologist Museologist AMTH Μύρτις πρόσωπο με πρόσωπο με το παρελθόν Στην αρχαία Ελλάδα όπως και στη σύγχρονη η απόδοση τιμών στον νεκρό συγγενή είναι ένα ιδιαίτερα σημαντικό κομμάτι όχι μόνο

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  • National Archaelogical Museum
    2011 Archaeological Museum of Volos October 14 2011 PIOP Rooftile and Brickworks Museum N S Tsalapatas June 17 2011 PIOP Museum of Marble Crafts of Tinos March 22 2011 Muzeji i galerije Podgorice Montenegrin January 14 2011 Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki September 13 2010 National Archaeological Museum July 1 2010 Athens International Airport Elefterios Venizelos June 19 2010 International Exhibition EXPO 2010 in China April 15 2010 Goulandris Natural History

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  • Athens International Airport
    the equally exciting display at the Goulandris Natural History Museum Athens International Airport invites passengers and visitors to the airport s new photography exhibition on display from June 1 st through to December 31 st on Arrivals Level Entrance 1 The exhibition area is accessible for all airport visitors on a 24 hour basis The International Airport of Athens a transitional area for thousands of Greek and foreign passengers hosts a photography exhibition of the journey of Myrtis through time with the contribution of many scientists and researchers for its realization How can we follow this journey by means of photographs How can we excite the interest of the visitor who comes unexpectedly face to face with Myrtis And how can he have the opportunity in case he wishes to to comprehend the basic stages of this journey The answer to these questions was the keystone of the philosophy of this photography exhibition Our intention is that the exhibition functions in two levels clear photographs in big size for the traveler who simply casts a fleeting glance and cohesion and continuity in a simple unadorned setting for those travelers who choose to linger for a while and learn more about Myrtis journey A reticent but succinct text complementary to the photographs and photographs that piece by piece compose the puzzle bring us face to face with the eleven year old girl of the Golden Age of Pericles Next destination Myrtis s journey December 14 2013 Archaeological Museum of Karditsa November 11 2012 Archaeological Museum of Ioannina June 24 2012 Archaeological Museum of Delphi January 20 2012 PΙΟP Museum of the Olive and Greek Olive Oil in Sparta October 22 2011 Archaeological Museum of Volos October 14 2011 PIOP Rooftile and Brickworks Museum N S Tsalapatas June 17 2011 PIOP Museum

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  • International Exhibition EXPO 2010 in China
    2 000 B C In 1994 a new excavation was prompted in the area by underground works for the construction of the METRO of Athens where the archaeologists located a new stretch of the cemetery with dozens of graves and also a mass burial pit The disorderly hasty and impious manner of burial and the dating of the few funerary gifts led archaeologists of the 3rd Ephorate of Athens to the conclusion that it was a mass burial of the victims of the plague that struck Athens during the first years of the Peloponnesian War between 430 and 426 B C Part of the skeletal material collected from the pit of Keramikos was taken to the Educational Institute of Athens for conservation as it offered the grounds for a biomedical approach through the study of human skeletal remains In 2005 a scientific team organized by the Assistant Professor of the University of Athens Manolis J Papagrigorakis conducted research in order to detect the causative factor of the Plague of Athens Until then all data pertaining to the plague causing pathogen were based exclusively on the account of the epidemic as reported by the fifth century B C Greek historian Thucydides since there was no definite microbiological or paleopathological evidence However molecular biology tools have now enabled the detection of microbial DNA fragments in ancient skeletal material thus rendering possible the retrospective diagnoses of ancient diseases Dental pulp DNA material of three intact teeth randomly collected from the Keramikos mass burial pit provided evidence for the presence of the microorganism Salmonella enterica serovar Typhi incriminating typhoid fever as a likely cause of the Plague of Athens We presented the video Myrtis Next destination Myrtis s journey December 14 2013 Archaeological Museum of Karditsa November 11 2012 Archaeological Museum of Ioannina June

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