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The Most Significant Findings of Macedonian Archaeology


Sponsored by Republic of Macedonia and ARCHAEOLOGY magazine

Monday, April 29, 2013 – 6:30pm – 9:30pm

Scandinavia House
58 Park Avenue (between 38th & 39th)
New York, NY 10016
United States

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Lecturer: Dragi Mitrevski, PhD

Professor Dragi Mitrevski is a renowned Macedonian archaeologist and professor of Prehistoric Archaeology and classic Archaeology and Methodology of archaeological research at the Faculty of Philosophy of Skopje – Department of Art History and Archeology (the oldest Higher Education Institution in the Republic of Macedonia). Since 2005, he has been Head of the Institute for History of Art and Archaeology at the Faculty of Philosophy at State University Ss. Cyril and Methodius, Skopje.

H.E. Elizabeta Kanchevska Milevska, PhD, the Minister of Culture of the Republic of Macedonia, will also be speaking at the event.


Folk Dance Group: “Goce Delchev,” MOC Ss. Cyril and Methodius, Cedar Grove, New Jersey
Choreographers: Nikola Ristevski and Natasha Ristevska, Tel. (973) 441-3983

Musician: Vladimir Vasileski-Cetkar is a multi-talented professional Macedonian musician. He is a graduate of the Berklee College of Music and his work as a guitarist, vocalist, and composer has been praised by music luminaries like George Benson, Maceo Parker, and many more musicians. He has been an active live performer at various international festivals and venues around Europe and the US.


Macedonian wine will be served.

Source: www.archaeological.org

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