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MSc in Digital Humanities


Associate Professor in Ancient History,
Department of History and Archaeology, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens



Sophia Aneziri graduated the History and Archaeology Faculty of the University of Athens (1989). From 1990 to 1997 she studied in a postgraduate level at the University of Heidelberg with the financial support of the IKY-scholarship and the Landesgraduiertenförderungsstipendium. In 1997 she held her PhD on Ancient Greek History and Epigraphy. She has taught as Adjunct Professor in the Ionion University, the University of Crete and this of Thessaly (1998-2001), as well as tutor in the Open University of Greece since 2001. She collaborated with the National Research Center for the publication of Index du Bulletin épigraphique (2002-2003). Since 2004 she teaches Ancient Greek History and Epigraphy at the Department of History and Archaeology in the University of Athens. She was visiting fellow in 2011 at the All Souls College in Oxford and in 2017 at the Kommission für Alte Geschichte und Epigraphik in Munich. She is responsible for the electronic database of inscriptions and papyri NAUTILUS.

Research interests

  • Greek Epigraphy
  • Ancient Greek History of the Hellenistic and Roman period
  • Society, economy, religion and history of law

Select publications

Most of the publications may be found on academia 

S. Aneziri, Die Vereine der Dionysischen Techniten im Kontext der hellenistischen Gesellschaft. Untersuchungen zur Geschichte, Organisation und Wirkung der hellenistischen Technitenvereine. Historia Einzelschriften 163. Steiner Verlag. Stuttgart 2003.

S. Aneziri, N. Giannakopoulos, P. Paschidis, Index du Bulletin épigraphique (1987-2001). 3 vols. Meletemata 43. Athens 2005.

S. Aneziri (ed.), Anthologio. Selection of inscriptions and papyri of the Hellenistic and Roman period.  Texts, translations, comments.2nd revised edition. Ed. Patakis. Athens 2018 (in Greek).

S. Aneziri, Kataleipo tei polei oste apo tes prosodou… Perpetual endowments sub modo in the Classical and Hellenistic World. Heidelberger Althistorische Beiträge und Epigraphische Studien. Steiner Verlag. Stuttgart (in print).