At the Museum of Contemporary Greek Art, Nestoridion melathron, at 18.30, the 2nd event of the Trilogy – Tribute to the Greek Cultural Heritage which aimed in enlightening various aspects of our Cultural Heritage.
The speaker, Dr Chrissi Bourbou, speaker in full power in matters of Environmental Arcaeology and Palaeolithic Archaeology, at the Section of Mediterranean Studies, oriented in Archaeology at the University of the Aegean, made her very interesting speach in front of a numerous audience on the following issue: «The Study of the Chidhood in the Byzantine Period with the help of the Archaeological, Historical and Anthropological data».
Dr Bourbou has referred to the family life in the Byzantine period, the wedding and childbirth customs and focused on the reasons of the deathrate of babies and children before adolescence. She spoke about the deseases which have been spotted after examining the bones found in children burials. Many questions and an interesting discussion followed the speach.