Personal Page of Albanidis Evangelos

albanidis Full Name: Albanidis Evangelos
Title: Professor
Area of expertise: History of Physical Education and Sports
Sector: Sports Management - Physical Education in Schools - Recreation
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Telephone: +30 25310 39735
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Office: Β1-7
Hours of listening students: Thu: 9:00-11:00, Fri: 11:30-13:00

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  1. Albanidis E., (2009). The Olympic Games of Ancient Macedonia. European Studies in Sports History 2 (1), 5-22.
  2. Albanidis E., Barney R., Choutas N., (2007). An Olympian sanctuary: The quest to permanently host the Olympic Games in Greece, Journal of Olympic History 15, 2, 28-39.
  3. Albanidis E., Giatsis S., (2007). Athletic games in Thrace during the Imperial era, Nikephoros 20, 177-198.
  4. Albanidis E., Tsimpiridou A. (2008). The social origin of ancient Olympic victors and the influence of Olympic victory on their social status, European Studies in Sports History 1(1), 7-22.
  5. Albanidis E., Garcia Romero F., Pavlogiannis O., (2006). The joint participation of Greeks and "Barbarians" in athletic activities during the Hellenistic and Roman times, Nikephoros 19, 187-226.
  6. Albanidis E., Goulimaris D., Serbezis V. (2008). Organization of Folk Athletic Games in Thrace, Folklore 40, 87-100.
  7. Albanidis E., Anastasiou A., Georgiadis K., Mouratidis J., (2006). Athletic games in ancient Macedonia: an overview, Stadion XXXII, 167-189.
  8. Albanidis E., Kasabalis A., (2005). Athletics and Physical Education of the Greek Minority in Constantinople, Annual of CESH 5, 7-20.
  9. Albanidis E., Anastasiou A., (2003). The coexistence of athletic events and music contests in ancient Greece, Annual of CESH 3, 86-98.
  10. Albanidis E., (2000). The ephebia in the ancient Hellenic world and its role in the making of masculinity, The European Sports History Review 2, 4-23.