Musical finds from the Tomb of the Poet, and their interpretation
A significant archaeological find came to light some thirty years ago in Daphne, Attica. The so-called Tomb of the Poet dates back to the classical era (around 430 BC) and the excellent condition of the grave goods yielded valuable information to archaeologists – especially concerning music and musical instruments in ancient times.
Eftichia Lygouri-Tolia, Archaeologist, former Director of the XXVI Ephorate of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities
Egert Pöhlmann, Professor Emeritus of Classical Philology, University of Erlangen – Corresponding Member of the Academy of Athens
Martin West, Emeritus Research Fellow in Classics, All Souls College, Oxford – Foreign Member of the Academy of Athens
Stelios Psaroudakis, Assistant Professor of Ancient Greek Music, School of Musical Studies, Department of Historical and Systematic Musicology, University of Athens
Christos Terzis, PhD in Ancient Greek Music from the School of Musical Studies, University of Athens
(In English and in Greek with simultaneous translation)