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CAP Inventory & Database

The CAP team, together with associate researchers based in institutions throughout the world, are compiling an inventory that collects and records in a consistent and standardized manner all known attestations of private associations from the Greek-speaking world. The outcome of this collaboration will be the publication of a printed inventory of private associations and an electronic database, accessible on-line.

The inventory is organized in a way that straightforwardly conveys the sort of information available for individual associations. Associations are recorded in individual entries, divided into 13 main fields.

The various fields record information pertaining to several aspects of associations, highlighting their internal structure and organization, membership profile, financial dealings, diverse activities, and interactions at a local or inter-regional level.

Besides collecting information about specific attestations of individual associations, the Copenhagen Associations Project also records references to associations more generally (i.e., mention of such groups in the plural). The guiding principle for organizing the material is the location in which the associations are attested.

If you have any questions about the database, please contact us at associations@hum.ku.dk.

External Contributors

The Copenhagen Associations Project is extremely grateful to its associate researchers, who contribute to the inventory on the basis of their regions of expertise.

SICILY

Dr. ALESSIA DIMARTINO
Wolfson College, University of Oxford, and Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa

Dr. JONATHAN PRAG
Merton College, University of Oxford

SOUTH ITALY (BASILICATA, CALABRIA, CAMPANIA, PUGLIA)

Prof. LOREDANA CAPPELLETTI
Austrian Science Fund (FWF), Department of Roman Law and Antique Legal History - University of Vienna

Dr JESSICA PICCININI
Austrian Science Fund (FWF), Department of Roman Law and Antique Legal History - University of Vienna

THE PELOPONNESE

Dr. SOPHIA ZOUMBAKI
National Hellenic Research Foundation (NHRF), Institute of Historical Research, Department of Greek and Roman Antiquity

AITOLIA, AKARNANIA, IONIAN ISLANDS

Prof. CLAUDIA ANTONETTI
Ca' Foscari University of Venice

Dr. DAMIANA BALDASSARA
Manager of the Laboratory of Greek Epigraphy,
Department of Humanities, Ca' Foscari University of Venice

ATTICA

Dr. ILIAS ARNAOUTOGLOU
Academy of Athens, Research Centre for the History of Greek Law

BOIOTIA 

Dr. FABIENNE MARCHAND
University of Fribourg

LOCRIS, PHOKIS

Dr. GEORGIOS ZACHOS
Academy of Athens, Research Centre for Antiquity

THESSALY

Dr. SOFIA KRAVARITOU
Greek Ministry of Culture & Sports. 17th Ephorate for Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities, Vergina

MACEDONIA, EPIRUS

Dr. PASCHALIS PASCHIDIS
National Hellenic Research Foundation (NHRF), Institute of Historical Research, Department of Greek and Roman Antiquity

THRACE

Dr. MARIA-GABRIELLA PARISSAKI
National Hellenic Research Foundation (NHRF), Institute of Historical Research, Department of Greek and Roman Antiquity

BYZANTION

Dr. THOM RUSSELL
Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford

CHIOS (AEGEAN ISLANDS)

Dr. GEORGIA MALOUCHOU
Researcher at the Archaeological Society at Athens and member of the Greek Epigraphic Society

COS (AEGEAN ISLANDS)

Drs. JAN-MATHIEU CARBON and STELLA SKALTSA
University of Copenhagen

CRETE (AEGEAN ISLANDS)

Prof. FRANCESCO GUIZZI
Sapienza, University of Rome

CYPRUS

Dr. TAKASHI FUJII
Hakubi Center for Advanced Research, Kyoto University

THE BLACK SEA

Prof. ALEXANDRU AVRAM
Université du Maine, France

AEOLIS, MYSIA, TROAD (ASIA MINOR)

Dr. STELLA SKALTSA
University of Copenhagen

BITHYNIA, PONTUS (ASIA MINOR)

Dr. NIKOLAOS GIANNAKOPOULOS
University of Thessalonike

CAPPADOCIA, CILICIA (ASIA MINOR)

Dr. URSULA KUNNERT
Historisches Seminar der Universität Zürich
Abteilung Alte Geschichte

GALATIA, LYCAONIA, SOUTHERN IONIA (ASIA MINOR)

Dr. ANDREAS VICTOR WALSER
Kommission für Alte Geschichte und Epigraphik
des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts, München

CARIA, LYCIA, PAMPHYLIA (ASIA MINOR)

Dr. JAN-MATHIEU CARBON
University of Copenhagen

LYDIA (ASIA MINOR)

Prof. MARIA PAZ DE HOZ
University of Salamanca

PISIDIA (ASIA MINOR)

AITOR BLANCO PEREZ, PhD-scholar
Christ Church, University of Oxford

PHRYGIA, SOUTHERN IONIA (ASIA MINOR), PALAESTINA, PHOENICIA, SYRIA, ARABIA

Dr. BENEDIKT ECKHARDT
Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster, Exzellenzcluster "Religion und Politik"

EGYPT (Demotic sources, Ptolemaic and Roman periods)

CASSANDRE HARTENSTEIN, PhD-scholar
ARCHIMÈDE (UMR 7044), Université de Strasbourg

EGYPT (Greek sources, Roman period)

Dr. MATT GIBBS
University of Winnipeg

Dr. PHILIP F. VENTICINQUE
Cornell College

CYRENAICA

FRANÇOIS CHEVROLLIER, PhD-scholar

Centre de recherches sur la Libye antique - Mission archéologique française en Libye pour l'Antiquité


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The CAP team also wishes to thank BRAM FAUCONNIER, PhD-scholar (Universität Mannheim), for his assistance with athletic associations.