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Presentation of the Book: Unfolding a Mountain: A Historical Archeology of Modern and Contemporary Cave Use on Mount Pelion

Presentation of the Book: Unfolding a Mountain: A Historical Archeology of Modern and Contemporary Cave Use on Mount Pelion

On Wednesday March 28, 2018, at 20:00, the book by Niels H. Andreasen, N. Pantzou, D. Papadopoulos and A. Darlas "Unfolding a Mountain: A Historical Archeology of Modern and Contemporary Cave Use on Mount Pelion " will be presented to the public, at "Tsikriki" Building, in the room "Iatreion" (1st floor, Gamveta 6 & Iasonos 145, Volos).

Speakers:
- Niels H. Andreasen, Curator, Head of Excavations, Museum of Copenhagen
- Markos Vakkevanopoulos, Dr of Geology, Director of the Museum of Natural History of Volos
- Nota Pantzou, Assistant Professor in the Department of Management of the Cultural Environment and New - Technologies of the University of Patras
- Costas A. Moraros, Development Advisor
- Pantelis Skayannis, Professor in the Department of Planning and Regional Development of the University of Thessaly

Coordinator:
Ioanna Laliotou, Associate Professor in the Department of History, Archaeology and Social
Anthropology, Department of History, Archaeology and Social Anthropology

The book Unfolding a Mountain discusses in an innovative and inspirational way the quite interesting but not so familiar role that caves play in the modern history of Greece. The book focuses on the area of Pelion and unveils in a novel way the historical and geophysical character of the area and the richness of the cultural heritage. The event is part of a series of events celebrating the 30 years of operation of the University of Thessaly.