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Membre scientifique de l’École française d’Athènes Docteur en Archéologie / PhD in Archaeology (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne) Agrégé d’Histoire Qualifié au Conseil National des Universités (section 21) adrien.delahaye@efa.gr #### **Domaines de recherche / Research interests** \- Histoire et archéologie de Sparte et de la Laconie aux époques archaïque et classique / History and archaeology of Sparta and Laconia in the Archaic and Classical periods \- Céramologie et iconographie des productions archaïques et classiques / Ceramology and iconography of archaic and classical productions \- Production artisanale et systèmes d’échanges / Craft production and exchange systems \- Archéologie des sanctuaires et du rite / Archaeology of sanctuaries and rituals #### **Thèse de doctorat / PhD** **Archéologie et images de l’austérité spartiate. L’apport de l’iconographie et de la culture matérielle laconiennes à l’histoire de Sparte (VIe-Ve s. av. J.-C.)** Étudier l’histoire de Sparte pose de manière accrue la question des sources. À la faiblesse de la documentation écrite disponible s’ajoute le problème du « Mirage spartiate ». Si ce dernier est patiemment déconstruit depuis le travail fondateur de F. Ollier, on relève cependant qu’il l’a essentiellement été à partir des testimonia littéraires, tandis que les realia archéologiques restaient peu exploités. Les vases laconiens, figurés ou non, constituent pourtant une source documentaire qu’il est possible d’analyser dans le cadre d’un questionnement historique. Cette étude revient sur la question de l’austérité spartiate. La production des figures noires laconiennes constitue un terrain d’expérimentation privilégié pour reposer les termes du débat. Le croisement des données avec et les textes d’une part et l’ensemble de la culture matérielle contemporaine de l’autre permet de mener une approche comparative. Finalement, l’austérité ne s’avère être que l’une des nombreuses chimères du « Mirage spartiate ». **Archaeology and Images of Spartan Austerity. The contribution of Laconian iconography and material culture to the history of Sparta (6th-5th century BC)** Studying the history of Sparta raises the question of the sources. In addition to the weakness of the available written documentation, occurs the problem of the "Spartan Mirage", that is to say the construction of a historiographical discourse characterised by idealization phenomena, in particular by ancient authors who are usually not Spartans. Although the latter has been patiently deconstructed since F. Ollier's work, it is worth noting that it was mainly based on literary testimonia, while archaeological realia remained little exploited. The laconian vases, figured or not, nevertheless constitute a source that can be analysed in the context of a historical frame. This study proposes to return to one of the essential aspects of the "Mirage", the spartan austerity, whose creation is generally placed during the 6th century. The production of laconian black figures, which experienced its peak of production and decline during this period, constitutes a privileged field of experimentation to restate the terms of the debate. The cross-checking of this data with the texts on the one hand and the contemporary material culture on the other – black glazed vases, bronzes, reliefs, lead and ivory figurines – makes it possible to conduct a comparative approach. The search for parallels in the contemporary pottery series of Athens, Corinth or Boeotia finally offers a way to put in perspective the specificity of the spartan case. Finally, austerity turns out to be only one of the numerous chimeras of the "Spartan Mirage". #### **Projet de recherche à l'École française d'Athènes / Research Project at the École française d'Athènes** **« L’Égée spartiate » : histoire des réseaux de diffusion de la céramique laconienne dans le monde égéen (VIIe-Ve s. av. J.-C.)** Le projet consiste en une étude historique des réseaux de diffusion de la céramique laconienne dans l’espace égéen, de la fin du VIIe s. à la fin du Ve s. av. JC. Il vise à réinscrire la céramique laconienne au sein de son système de production laconien, à reconsidérer l’ampleur de sa diffusion en Égée, à étudier les modalités concrètes et les acteurs de son système de distribution, ainsi que ses contextes d’utilisation. En ce sens, ce projet dépasse le cadre de la céramologie pure, pour proposer une interprétation historique d’un marché céramique, à plusieurs échelles. Dans la continuité de ma thèse, cette recherche vise à démontrer l’intégration de l’économie laconienne dans les échanges égéens, à l’encontre des théories d’un « déclin » de ses productions artisanales et d’un repli sur le marché domestique, résultant de la supposée mise en place d’une politeia isolationniste à Sparte. **"The Spartan Aegean": History of the Distribution Networks of Laconian Pottery in the Aegean World (7th-5th century BC)** The project consists of a historical study of the distribution networks of Laconian pottery in the Aegean area, from the end of the 7th century to the end of the 5th century BC. It aims to reinscribe Laconian pottery within its Laconian production system, to reconsider the extent of its diffusion in the Aegean, to study the concrete modalities and the actors of its distribution system, as well as its contexts of use. In this sense, this project goes beyond the framework of pure ceramology, to propose a historical interpretation of a pottery market, on several scales. In the continuity of my thesis, this research aims at demonstrating the integration of the Laconian economy in the Aegean exchanges, against the theories of a "decline" of its craft productions and of a retreat on the domestic market, resulting from the supposed implementation of an isolationist politeia in Sparta. #### **Programme de recherche / Research Program** Amykles Research Project / Ερευνητικό Πρόγραμμα Αμυκλών (Archaeological Society of Athens). Dir. Stavros Vlizos (Ionian University of Corfou). 2015- **https://amyklaion.gr/** Terpni excavations (EFA – Ephorate of Antiquities of Kavala ; dir. L. Martinez-Sève – D. Malamidou). 2022- Programme National Science Foundation : Mobility and interaction in the Peloponnese from the Late Bronze Age through the Classical period (ASCSA – dir. M. Voyatzis / U. Arizona et E. Kiriatzi / Fitch Laboratory). 2022 2025 ERC: *Locus Ludi*. Dir. V. Dasen (U. Fribourg). 2017-2023 HORIZON: ANCHISE (Applying New solutions for Cultural Heritage protection by Innovative, Scientific, social and economic Engagement). Dir. V. Chankowski (EFA). 2023-2026 ErMMeS (Early Metrology in the Mediterranean and its Surroundings). Dir. A. Gorgues (U. Bordeaux). Référentiels céramologiques (EFA) #### **Postes / Positions** 2021- Membre scientifique de l'École française d'Athènes 2019-2021 Université de Rouen: ATER (teaching and research assistant) in Ancient greek History 2019 Visiting scholar - U. Fribourg (collaboration ERC *Locus Ludi* – dir. Véronique Dasen) 2018 International Scholars Fellowship – Alexander S. Onassis foundation 2016-2018 Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne: ATER (teaching and research assistant) in History of Art and Archaeology of the Ancient Greek world 2013-2016 Université de Caen: teaching PhD fellow in Ancient greek History 2012-2013 Lycée S. Allende – Hérouville-St-Clair : Professeur stagiaire d’Histoire-Géographie / High school teacher in History & Geography #### **Enseignement / Teaching** L’archéologie aujourd’hui (Archaeology Today) / L2 / Université de Rouen / 2020-2021 La Grèce des images : iconographie historique et anthropologique du monde grec (The Greece of images: historical and anthropological iconography of the Greek world) / L3 / Université de Rouen / 2020-2021 Le monde grec : cités, individus, genres (The Greek world: cities, individuals, genres) / L1 / Université de Rouen / 2019-2021 La lutte pour l’hégémonie sur le monde des cités grecques. De la Pentékontaétie à la fin de la guerre du Péloponnèse (478-371 av. J.C.) (The struggle for hegemony over the world of the Greek cities. From Pentecost to the end of the Peloponnesian War (478-371 BC)) / L2 / Université de Rouen / 2019-2021 Passé composé : l’archéologie et ses mythes (The Composite Past: Archaeology and its Myths) / L1 / Université de Rouen / 2019-2020 Art et archéologie de la Grèce Antique (Art and Archaeology of Ancient Greece) / L1-L2 / Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne (2016-2018) Sources et documents de l’histoire et de l’archéologie grecques (Sources and documents of Greek history and archaeology) / L3 / Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne (2016-2017) Initiation à l’histoire de la Grèce antique : 508-338 av. J.-C. (Introduction to the history of Ancient Greece: 508-338 BC) / L1-L2 / Université de Caen / 2013 2014 Initiation à l’histoire de la Grèce antique de la colonisation au début de la guerre du Péloponnèse (Introduction to the history of Ancient Greece from colonisation to the beginning of the Peloponnesian War) / L1-L2 / Université de Caen / 2014 2016 Méthodologie du travail universitaire / L1 / Université de Caen / 2014 2016 #### Responsabilités / responsibilities **Responsabilités scientifiques / Scientific responsibilities 2022 : Co-organisation avec S. Hodkinson (Univ. Nottingham – CSPS) du colloque « Archaeology & Sparta » (International Sparta Seminar) lors de la Celtic Conference in Classics organisée à Lyon du 18 au 21 juillet / Co-organisation with S. Hodkinson (Univ. Nottingham - CSPS) of the colloquium "Archaeology & Sparta" (International Sparta Seminar) during the Celtic Conference in Classics organised in Lyon from 18 to 21 July 2021-2022 : Co-organisation du séminaire « Regards croisés » des membres scientifiques de l’École française d’Athènes. Organisateur et répondant de la séance « Mapping Ancient Sparta. Research problems and preliminary results », avec Nicola Nenci (U. Pérouse) / Co-organisation of the seminar "Regards croisés" of the scientific members of the French School of Athens. Organiser and sponsor of the session "Mapping Ancient Sparta. Research problems and preliminary results", with Nicola Nenci (U. Perugia) 2017- Amykles Research project : Chargé de l’étude et de la publication de la céramique archaïque et classique (collaboration avec Christian Mazet) / Responsible for the study and publication of archaic and classical pottery (collaboration with Christian Mazet) Depuis 2018 : organisation des missions d’étude, avec la collaboration et le soutien de l’EFA depuis 2022 / Since 2018: organisation of study missions, with the collaboration and support of the EFA since 2022 2015 : Co-organisation avec G. de Bruyn d’une journée d’étude internationale : « Approches historiennes des images. L’analyse et l’exploitation des documents iconographiques en histoire ancienne ». CRAHAM – ED HMPL 558 – Université de Caen / Co-organisation with G. de Bruyn of an international study day: "Historical approaches to images. The analysis and exploitation of iconographic documents in ancient history". CRAHAM - ED HMPL 558 - University of Caen **Responsabilités administratives / Administrative responsibilities** 2021-2022 : Représentant élu au conseil scientifique de l’EFA (collège des membres ; titulaire) / Elected representative to the EFA Scientific Council (members' college; full member) 2021-2022 : Représentant élu au conseil administratif de l’EFA (collège des membres ; suppléant) / Elected representative to the EFA Administrative Board (members' college; substitute) 2014-2015 : Représentant élu des doctorants de l’École Doctorale 558 Histoire, Mémoire, Patrimoine, Langage / Elected representative of the doctoral students of the Doctoral School 558 History, Memory, Heritage, Language #### Opérations de terrain / fieldwork \- 2022 : Terpni excavation campaign (EFA - Ephorate of Antiquities of Serres). Direction Laurianne Sève (EFA) and Dimitra Malamidou (Ephorate of Antiquities of Serres). Organisation and logistics. \- 2017-2022 : Study missions of the Archaic and Classical Laconian pottery of the Spartan sanctuary of Apollo Amyklaios at Amykles - Storage of the Ephorate of Antiquities of Laconia \- 2015-2022: Excavation of the Spartan Sanctuary of Apollo Amyklaios at Amykles. Amykles Research Project / Ερευνητικό Πρόγραμμα Αμυκλών (Archaeological Society of Athens). Dir. Stavros Vlizos (Ionian U. of Corfu) \- 2015: Recording of bronzes from the Spartan sanctuary of Apollo Amyklaios at Amykles. Amykles Research Project / Ερευνητικό Πρόγραμμα Αμυκλών (Archaeological Society of Athens) \- 2014 : Excavations of the forum of the city of Aregenua at Vieux-la-Romaine (Calvados). Dir. Karine Jardel (Departmental Archaeological Service) \- 2013-2019: Missions to study Laconian pottery and bronzes in the reserves of various institutions: Cabinet des Médailles, Louvre, Museum of Sparta, National Archaeological Museum of Athens, Olympia, Pythagoreio (Samos), Vathi (Samos), Villa Giulia, Museo Gregoriano Etrusco, Museo Archeologico Tarquiniense, Lavinium-Pratica di Mare, Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli, Museo Archeologico Regionale di Taranto, British Museum, École Française d'Athènes, British School at Athens, Necropolis of the Pottery (DAI Athens), Ephoria of Laconia \- 2009 : Excavations of an Early-Medieval settlement on the Fosses-Saint-Ursin site at Courseulles-sur-Mer (Calvados). Dir. Claire Hanusse (University of Caen-Normandy) #### Distinctions et financements obtenus / Awards and funding obtained 2021 : Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (COFUND) research grant at the Université Libre de Bruxelles - CReA-patrimoine. Supervision: A. Tsingarida \*\*\*resigned (recruitment as scientific member at EFA)\*\*\* 2021 : Funding (£ 2500) from the Mediterranean Archaeological Trust (MAT) for the project (with Christian Mazet - EFR) "The study of Laconian and imported archaic pottery from the excavations of the Spartan sanctuary of Apollo Amyklaios (2005-2021)" 2020 : Scientific prize from L'Harmattan publishers (mention "Ancient History and Archaeology") 2019 : Visiting scholar at the University of Fribourg, Switzerland (4 months). Supervisor: V. Dasen 2018-2019: International Scholars Fellowship at the Alexander S. Onassis Foundation (Athens) (10 months) 2016: Erasmus + stay at the Capodistrian University of Athens (5 months). Supervisor: Eurydice Kephalidou 2015, 2016 and 2019: Research fellowships at the French School of Athens (3 months). 2015 : Research grant of the French School of Rome (1 month) 2008-2010: Merit scholarship from the CROUS of Basse-Normandie for Master (18 months)
Scientific member of the École française d’Athènes PhD in Archaeology (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne) Agrégé in History adrien.delahaye@efa.gr #### **Research interests** \- History and archaeology of Sparta and Laconia in the Archaic and Classical periods \- Ceramology and iconography of archaic and classical productions \- Craft production and exchange systems \- Archaeology of sanctuaries and rituals #### **PhD** **Archaeology and Images of Spartan Austerity. The contribution of Laconian iconography and material culture to the history of Sparta (6th-5th century BC)** Studying the history of Sparta raises the question of the sources. In addition to the weakness of the available written documentation, occurs the problem of the "Spartan Mirage", that is to say the construction of a historiographical discourse characterised by idealization phenomena, in particular by ancient authors who are usually not Spartans. Although the latter has been patiently deconstructed since F. Ollier's work, it is worth noting that it was mainly based on literary testimonia, while archaeological realia remained little exploited. The laconian vases, figured or not, nevertheless constitute a source that can be analysed in the context of a historical frame. This study proposes to return to one of the essential aspects of the "Mirage", the spartan austerity, whose creation is generally placed during the 6th century. The production of laconian black figures, which experienced its peak of production and decline during this period, constitutes a privileged field of experimentation to restate the terms of the debate. The cross-checking of this data with the texts on the one hand and the contemporary material culture on the other – black glazed vases, bronzes, reliefs, lead and ivory figurines – makes it possible to conduct a comparative approach. The search for parallels in the contemporary pottery series of Athens, Corinth or Boeotia finally offers a way to put in perspective the specificity of the spartan case. Finally, austerity turns out to be only one of the numerous chimeras of the "Spartan Mirage". #### **Research Project at the École française d'Athènes** **"The Spartan Aegean": History of the Distribution Networks of Laconian Pottery in the Aegean World (7th-5th century BC)** The project consists of a historical study of the distribution networks of Laconian pottery in the Aegean area, from the end of the 7th century to the end of the 5th century BC. It aims to reinscribe Laconian pottery within its Laconian production system, to reconsider the extent of its diffusion in the Aegean, to study the concrete modalities and the actors of its distribution system, as well as its contexts of use. In this sense, this project goes beyond the framework of pure ceramology, to propose a historical interpretation of a pottery market, on several scales. In the continuity of my thesis, this research aims at demonstrating the integration of the Laconian economy in the Aegean exchanges, against the theories of a "decline" of its craft productions and of a retreat on the domestic market, resulting from the supposed implementation of an isolationist politeia in Sparta. #### **Research Program** Amykles Research Project / Ερευνητικό Πρόγραμμα Αμυκλών (Archaeological Society of Athens). Dir. Stavros Vlizos (Ionian University of Corfou). 2015- **https://amyklaion.gr/** Terpni excavations (EFA – Ephorate of Antiquities of Kavala ; dir. L. Martinez-Sève – D. Malamidou). 2022- Programme National Science Foundation : Mobility and interaction in the Peloponnese from the Late Bronze Age through the Classical period (ASCSA – dir. M. Voyatzis / U. Arizona et E. Kiriatzi / Fitch Laboratory). 2022 2025 ERC: *Locus Ludi*. Dir. V. Dasen (U. Fribourg). 2017-2023 HORIZON: ANCHISE (Applying New solutions for Cultural Heritage protection by Innovative, Scientific, social and economic Engagement). Dir. V. Chankowski (EFA). 2023-2026 ErMMeS (Early Metrology in the Mediterranean and its Surroundings). Dir. A. Gorgues (U. Bordeaux). Référentiels céramologiques (EFA) #### **Positions** 2021- Membre scientifique de l'École française d'Athènes 2019-2021 Université de Rouen: ATER (teaching and research assistant) in Ancient greek History 2019 Visiting scholar - U. Fribourg (collaboration ERC *Locus Ludi* – dir. Véronique Dasen) 2018 International Scholars Fellowship – Alexander S. Onassis foundation 2016-2018 Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne: ATER (teaching and research assistant) in History of Art and Archaeology of the Ancient Greek world 2013-2016 Université de Caen: teaching PhD fellow in Ancient greek History 2012-2013 Lycée S. Allende – Hérouville-St-Clair : Professeur stagiaire d’Histoire-Géographie / High school teacher in History & Geography #### **Teaching** Archaeology Today / L2 / University of Rouen / 2020-2021 The Greece of images: historical and anthropological iconography of the Greek world / L3 / University of Rouen / 2020-2021 The Greek world: poleis, individuals, genres / L1 / University of Rouen / 2019-2021 The struggle for hegemony over the world of Greek cities. De la Pentecost à la fin de la guerre du Péloponnèse (478-371 BC) (The struggle for hegemony over the world of the Greek poleis. From the Pentekontaetia to the end of the Peloponnesian War (478-371 BC)) / L2 / University of Rouen / 2019-2021 The Composite Past: Archaeology and its Myths / L1 / University of Rouen / 2019-2020 Art and Archaeology of Ancient Greece / L1-L2 / Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne (2016-2018) Sources and documents of Greek history and archaeology / L3 / University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne (2016-2017) Introduction to the history of Ancient Greece: 508-338 BC / L1-L2 / University of Caen / 2013-2014 Introduction to the history of Ancient Greece from colonisation to the beginning of the Peloponnesian War / L1-L2 / Université de Caen / 2014-2016 Methodology of academic work / L1 / University of Caen / 2014-2016 #### Responsibilities **Scientific responsibilities 2022 : Co-organisation with S. Hodkinson (Univ. Nottingham - CSPS) of the colloquium "Archaeology & Sparta" (International Sparta Seminar) during the Celtic Conference in Classics organised in Lyon from 18 to 21 July 2021-2022 : Co-organisation of the seminar "Regards croisés" of the scientific members of the French School of Athens. Organiser and sponsor of the session "Mapping Ancient Sparta. Research problems and preliminary results", with Nicola Nenci (U. Perugia) 2017- Amykles Research project : Responsible for the study and publication of archaic and classical pottery (collaboration with Christian Mazet) Since 2018: organisation of study missions, with the collaboration and support of the EFA since 2022 2015 : Co-organisation with G. de Bruyn of an international study day: "Historical approaches to images. The analysis and exploitation of iconographic documents in ancient history". CRAHAM - ED HMPL 558 - University of Caen **Administrative responsibilities** 2021-2022 : Elected representative to the EFA Scientific Council (members' college; full member) 2021-2022 : Elected representative to the EFA Administrative Board (members' college; substitute) 2014-2015 : Elected representative of the doctoral students of the Doctoral School 558 History, Memory, Heritage, Language #### Fieldwork \- 2022 : Terpni excavation campaign (EFA - Ephorate of Antiquities of Serres). Direction Laurianne Sève (EFA) and Dimitra Malamidou (Ephorate of Antiquities of Serres). Organisation and logistics. \- 2017-2022 : Study missions of the Archaic and Classical Laconian pottery of the Spartan sanctuary of Apollo Amyklaios at Amykles - Storage of the Ephorate of Antiquities of Laconia \- 2015-2022: Excavation of the Spartan Sanctuary of Apollo Amyklaios at Amykles. Amykles Research Project / Ερευνητικό Πρόγραμμα Αμυκλών (Archaeological Society of Athens). Dir. Stavros Vlizos (Ionian U. of Corfu) \- 2015: Recording of bronzes from the Spartan sanctuary of Apollo Amyklaios at Amykles. Amykles Research Project / Ερευνητικό Πρόγραμμα Αμυκλών (Archaeological Society of Athens) \- 2014 : Excavations of the forum of the city of Aregenua at Vieux-la-Romaine (Calvados). Dir. Karine Jardel (Departmental Archaeological Service) \- 2013-2019: Missions to study Laconian pottery and bronzes in the reserves of various institutions: Cabinet des Médailles, Louvre, Museum of Sparta, National Archaeological Museum of Athens, Olympia, Pythagoreio (Samos), Vathi (Samos), Villa Giulia, Museo Gregoriano Etrusco, Museo Archeologico Tarquiniense, Lavinium-Pratica di Mare, Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli, Museo Archeologico Regionale di Taranto, British Museum, École Française d'Athènes, British School at Athens, Necropolis of the Pottery (DAI Athens), Ephoria of Laconia \- 2009 : Excavations of an Early-Medieval settlement on the Fosses-Saint-Ursin site at Courseulles-sur-Mer (Calvados). Dir. Claire Hanusse (University of Caen-Normandy) #### Awards and funding obtained 2021 : Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (COFUND) research grant at the Université Libre de Bruxelles - CReA-patrimoine. Supervision: A. Tsingarida \*\*\*resigned (recruitment as scientific member at EFA)\*\*\* 2021 : Funding (£ 2500) from the Mediterranean Archaeological Trust (MAT) for the project (with Christian Mazet - EFR) "The study of Laconian and imported archaic pottery from the excavations of the Spartan sanctuary of Apollo Amyklaios (2005-2021)" 2020 : Scientific prize from L'Harmattan publishers (mention "Ancient History and Archaeology") 2019 : Visiting scholar at the University of Fribourg, Switzerland (4 months). Supervisor: V. Dasen 2018-2019: International Scholars Fellowship at the Alexander S. Onassis Foundation (Athens) (10 months) 2016: Erasmus + stay at the Capodistrian University of Athens (5 months). Supervisor: Eurydice Kephalidou 2015, 2016 and 2019: Research fellowships at the French School of Athens (3 months). 2015 : Research grant of the French School of Rome (1 month) 2008-2010: Merit scholarship from the CROUS of Basse-Normandie for Master (18 months)

Research domains

Archaeology and Prehistory History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences Art and art history Classical studies

Publications

Terpni. Campagne de terrain 2022

Dimitra Malamidou , Laurianne Martinez-Sève , Maguelone Bastide , Ninon Blond , Olga Boubounelle
Bulletin archéologique des Écoles françaises à l’étranger, 2023, https://journals.openedition.org/baefe/9759?lang=fr#quotation. ⟨10.4000/baefe.9759⟩
Journal articles hal-04260767v1

Hasaki Eleni, Potters at Work in Ancient Corinth: Industry, Religion, and the Penteskouphia Pinakes (Hesperia Supplement, 51), Athènes, The American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 2021, 1 vol. 21,5 × 28, 448 p., 234 fig. n/b et 8 coul., ISBN : 978-0-876-62553-9. URL : https://www.cairn.info/revue-archeologique-2023-2-page-381.htm

Adrien Delahaye
Revue archéologique, 2023, n° 76 (2), pp.381-385. ⟨10.3917/arch.232.0381⟩
Journal articles hal-04349352v1

Sanctuaire d’Apollon amycléen – Sparte / Amykles I Rapport sur la mission d’étude du mobilier céramique archaïque et classique de l’Amyklaion

Adrien Delahaye , Christian Mazet
Bulletin archéologique des Écoles françaises à l’étranger, 2023, https://journals.openedition.org/baefe/9380?fbclid=IwAR3Z-woHiODHzMWhj_7AEh71NkpEqn8UuL-ucd7RvWvXyhCpGCXRP7Kx6YA. ⟨10.4000/baefe.9380⟩
Journal articles hal-04224156v1

A. Powell (éd.), A Companion to Sparta, Classical Press of Wales, Hoboken (2018)

Adrien Delahaye
Topoi Orient - Occident, 2022, 24 (2 (2021)), pp.497-507
Journal articles hal-03912248v1

G.P. Schaus, Laconian and Chian Fine Ware Pottery at Miletus, Wiesbaden (2020)

Adrien Delahaye
Topoi Orient - Occident, 2022, 24 (2 (2021)), pp.487-496
Journal articles hal-03912247v1
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Vertiges du banquet. Jeux d’habileté et d’équilibre au symposion

Alexandra Attia , Adrien Delahaye
Kentron. Revue pluridisciplinaire du monde antique, 2021, Jeu, normes et transgressions, 36, pp.29-66. ⟨10.4000/kentron.4415⟩
Journal articles hal-03327102v1

Sur le bouclier ou sur l’épaule ? Sur place ou à emporter ? La coupe laconienne V.I. 3404 de Berlin et le devenir du corps des Spartiates morts au combat

Adrien Delahaye
Revue internationale d'Histoire militaire ancienne, 2021, 10, pp.41-75
Journal articles hal-03327107v1
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Recension de P. CARTLEDGE et A. POWELL (éds.), The Greek Superpower. Sparta in the Self-Definitions of Athenians, Swansea, The Classical Press of Wales, 2018

Adrien Delahaye
2019, pp.336-339
Journal articles hal-03327121v1

De l’intérêt du format XML-EAD pour l’exploitation et l’édition des sources iconographiques

Adrien Delahaye
Annales de Janua : Actes des journées d'études, 2016, 4, http://annalesdejanua.edel.univ-poitiers.fr/index.php?id=1201
Journal articles hal-03327112v1

Les satyres laconiens à l’aune du modèle attique

Adrien Delahaye
Kentron. Revue pluridisciplinaire du monde antique, 2016, 32, pp.59-84. ⟨10.4000/kentron.812⟩
Journal articles hal-03378599v1

Beuverie, burlesque et grotesque dans l’imagerie laconienne

Adrien Delahaye
2015
Scientific blog post hal-03327126v1

De Gorgô à Méduse, mythes et images de la Gorgone dans l’antiquité gréco-romaine

Adrien Delahaye , Christian Mazet
Alexis Merle du Bourg; Emmanuelle Delapierre. Sous le regard de Méduse, de la Grèce antique aux arts numériques. Catalogue de l'exposition, Musée des Beaux-Arts de Caen, In Fine éditions d'art; Musée des Beaux-Arts de Caen, p. 24-41, 43-55, 122-137, 2023, 9782382031230
Book sections hal-04098140v1
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Laconian material culture and Lacedaemonian identity. The Laconian sanctuaries case

Adrien Delahaye
Maximilian Rönnberg; Veronika Sossau. Regions and Communities in Early Greece, 1200–550 BCE, Tübinger Archäologische Forschungen, pp.123-139, 2022
Book sections hal-03327041v1
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Un "très grossier travail". Étude des figurines de terre cuite modelées dans les sanctuaires spartiates (VIIe-V e s. av. J.C.)

Adrien Delahaye , Aphrodite Afrodite Vlachou
Hélène Aurigny; Laura Rohaut. Quand on a la terre sous l’ongle Le modelage dans le monde grec antique, Errance, pp.318-327, 2022
Book sections hal-03327036v1
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Rire encadré, rire débridé et rire sacralisé dans une Sparte présumée austère

Adrien Delahaye
Frédéric Gugelot; Paul Zawadzki. Rire sans foi ni loi ? : rire des dieux, rire avec les dieux, Hermann éditions, pp.16-35, 2021, 979-10-370-0663-9
Book sections hal-03326176v1

Violence parodiée, moqueries mortelles et rire grotesque : réflexions autour des mécanismes de figuration du rire et de la violence dans l’iconographie des vases grecs

Adrien Delahaye
Marie-Luce Liberge. Rire, violence, histoire dans les images et les œuvres, L’Harmattan, pp.11-34, 2016, 978-2-343-09344-4
Book sections hal-03326475v1

Pottery in Archaic & Classical Sparta

Adrien Delahaye , Andrew Schiestel
2021, https://ithacabound.com/podcast/pottery-in-archaic-classical-sparta-w-dr-adrien-delahaye/ ; https://podcasts.apple.com/podcast/pottery-in-archaic-classical-sparta-w-dr-adrien-delahaye/id1559088835?i=1000541624624
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Pas si austères les Spartiates !

Adrien Delahaye
2018, pp.6
Other publications hal-03327122v1
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Thersite

Adrien Delahaye
Dictionnaire du corps dans l’Antiquité : anthropologie des mondes grec et romain, 2019, pp.613-616
Dictionary entry hal-03326468v1