Anca Dan

Anca Dan is interested in the history of Greek and Roman representations of spaces and peoples and in their receptions. After a PhD dissertation on the ancient geography of the Black Sea area, she prepares editions and commentaries of Pliny the Elder (Pontus and Caucasus, VI.1-46), Strabo (North-western Asia Minor, book XIII) and Dionysius of Byzantium (Description of the Bosporus). At Topoi II she continues her collaboration with Klaus Geus` research group (C-5) Common Sense Geography.

 

 

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17.-18-10.2016 Presentation Results of the study on the Albi Mappa Mundi (8th century AD) and on the Indeculum quod maria vel venti sunt 
Part of: À l’échelle du monde.La carte, objet culturel, social et politique, de l’Antiquité à nos jours,Université de Paris I
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18.3.2016 Presentation Results of the study on the Albi Mappa Mundi (8th century AD) and on the Indeculum quod maria vel venti sunt 
Part of: Séminaire Mappa Mundi, Université de Paris I
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22.1.2016 Presentation Results of the study on the Albi Mappa Mundi (8th century AD) and on the Indeculum quod maria vel venti sunt associated
Part of: Séminaire Mappa Mundi, Université de Paris I
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