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Mairi Gkikaki

mairi gkikakiResearch Fellow
Email: M dot Gkikaki at warwick dot ac dot uk
Telephone: 02476 528493

Room H2.06
Humanities Building, University Road
University of Warwick
Coventry, CV4 7AL

About

Mairi is a classical archaeologist and a numismatist.
''I've joined the University of Warwick in October 2016 after having worked for the Greek Ministry of Culture as well as the Acropolis Museum. My publications are concerned with Greek Numismatics and art of the Classical and Hellenistic period''.

Research interests

Mairi is a team member of the project Token Communities in the Ancient Mediterranean and will focus on the tokens of Hellenistic and Roman Athens and the political, economic, religious, cultural and social roles that these tokens played.

Qualifications

  • BA; MA (Athens)
  • PhD (Würzburg)

Selected Publications

Monograph

  • Die weiblichen Frisuren auf den Münzen und in der Großplastik zur Zeit der Klassik und des Hellenismus. Reihe Internationale Archäologie Band 126, Marie Leidorf Verlag, ISBN: 978-3-89646-540-5

Papers

  • The unnamed Goddess of the Achaian Koinon Stater’ in P. Marchetti - E. Apostolou (eds.), Coins in the Peloponnese. Mints, Iconography, Circulation, History. Supplement au BCH - Obolos (2017) in press (3,296 words).
  • Ancient Greek Coin Hoards: Insights into the History of Euboia’, Z. Tankosic - F. Mavridis - M. Kosma, in Euboia - An Island between two worlds. The Norwegian Institute at Athens (2017), 421-430. https://digitalt.uib.no/handle/123456789/3511
  • ‘The earliest coin series of Thyateira: precursor to the quasi municipal Seleucid Coinage’ Nomismatika Khronika 34 (2016) in press (3,953 words).
  • Attische Grabstele mit Dexiosis’, NumAntCl 44 (2015) 71-79.
  • ‘Coins of the Late Roman Necropolis at Plakes, Sounion’, Praktiká IE' Epistīmonikī́s Synántīsīs N.A. Attikī́s : Kalývia Thorikoú Attikī́s, 17-20 Oktōvríou 2013 (Kalyvia: Etaireía Meletṓn Notioanatolikī́s Attikī́s 2015), 533-547.
  • ‘Numismatic Approaches to Jewelry of the 4th century BC’ NumAntCl 42 (2013) 43-55.


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